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Buying your own home can be expensive but could save you money over the years. Renting offers less freedom to live by your own rules but more flexibility if you need to move. Here are the benefits of each and how to decide whether to rent or buy.
Picking up the phone to silence, an unwanted sales call or a withheld number can be annoying and intimidating. Here is what you can do to stop nuisance calls.
Getting the right boiler insurance can cover the cost of replacing if it breaks, and ensures your tenants are never without heating. Here is what you need to know about boiler cover.
Saving a mortgage deposit is your first step towards buying your own home. Here is how deposits work, how to save one and what help you can get.
Replacing your boiler could save you money on your energy bills by heating your home more efficiently. Here is everything you need to know about getting your boiler replaced.
Pay as you go gas and electricity lets you top up credit when you need to, but could cost you more. Here is what you need to know about prepayment meters and if they are right for you.
If you are having problems with your gas or electricity, there are ways to get help. Here is what you need to know about handling problems with your energy service.
Your data limit can impact how much your broadband costs and what you can do online. Here is how to pick the data limit you need and get the best deal.
Finding the right gas and electricity deal could save you hundreds of pounds a year on your energy bills. Here is what you need to know about choosing the right energy tariff.
There are plenty of ways to speed up your internet connection without switching your broadband supplier. Here is how to get the best speed from your broadband.
Here is our comprehensive change of address checklist so you can make sure you tell everyone you need to that you have moved house.
If your landlord puts your rent up is there anything you can do? Here is a breakdown of your rights as a tenant.