What are flexible ISAs?

Soon you will have much more freedom when you save in a cash ISA after George Osborne announced the introduction on a new flexible ISA. So what are Flexible ISAs, and how does it differ from the current rules?

Which banks count as one under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)?

We explain how you can make sure all of your savings are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

What is your new tax-free personal savings allowance?

95% of savers will no longer have to pay tax on their interest after George Osborne unveiled a new personal savings allowance in the 2015 budget. We examine if this change helps you, and how much extra you will earn.

FCA payday loan caps: Your FAQs answered

What's the worst payday loan horror story you've ever heard? New FCA rules will limit what they cost, hopefully putting an end to the worst cases. We examine the plans and what they'll mean if you need to borrow.

What are the new pension freedoms?

The pension revolution continued today as the Chancellor announced further changes that will give more people than ever greater choice when it comes to their retirement fund. So what has changed?

What Do We Already Know About The Budget 2015?

The 2015 Budget is just around the corner, and with a general election only a few weeks away, some big announcements could be on the horizon. We take a look at what we already know is coming and what else to expect.

Will You Be Penalised for Paying Off Your Mortgage Early?

Paying off your mortgage early could save you thousands in interest but if you're not careful you could also be hit with hefty charges too. We explain how early repayment charges can affect you and whether you can avoid them.

5 big money changes in 2015

2015 is going to be an important year for all of our finances as HUGE changes are afoot:

New NS&I Pensioner Bonds with market leading interest rates

The government has now launched the new Pensioner Bonds promised in the Budget last March. They pay market leading returns of up to 4% AER. Here's what you need to know:

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Scottish Independence: What a 'Yes' Vote Means for Your Finances

On 18th September millions of Scottish citizens will cast their vote, either in favour of independence, or of staying with the UK. Scotland breaking from the Union could have a huge impact on your finances - we explain how.