Hannah MaundrellFormer Editor in Chief

Hannah Maundrell is the former Editor in Chief of

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How the lives of 10 lottery millionaires went disastrously wrong

Every week, millions of people buy lottery tickets in the hope that this week, finally, it will be their turn to win big. But is being a lottery millionaire all it is made out to be? Not according to this sorry bunch...

What is the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and how can you find a list of banks covered by FSCS?

The FSCS can protect your savings if your bank or building society goes bust. Here is how the scheme works, how to protect your savings and a list of banks covered by FSCS.


How to interview your mortgage broker

We explain how to make sure your broker is both qualified and capable of finding you the best deal before they start your search for the perfect mortgage.

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Endowment tax issues explained

An overview of the possible tax issues associated with endowment policies.


How to reclaim your bank charges

Persuading a bank to part with money is never easy, so if you want to reclaim your bank charges you will need to put together a good case. We show you exactly what you need to do to claim back bank charges.

How to cope with redundancy

With redundancy and unemployment on the rise, we look at what you can do to soften the blow and survive financially should the worst happen.

Your refund rights explained

If you have been refused a refund for faulty or unwanted goods you are not alone. Here are your rights to help get your money back if a company is refusing to give you a refund.

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Ignoring the letter could cost you £275

With just under one month left for eligible customers that were mis-sold credit card security protection to claim, Hannah Maundrell, Editor in Chief of, offers some useful advice on getting your cash back.

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New Year, new start... apart

Monday 4th January is peak time to set the 'separation wheels in motion'.

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Students lose £32 million in rental deposits when they move out

With four out of five student tenants not signing a photo inventory, read on to find out why they are losing their money and what they can do about it.

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If you're watching TV, having a shower, posting a letter or picking up a prescription - it will cost you more on Saturday!

We're not joking, 1st April really is 'National Price Hike Day' when you'll be hit with yet another raft of inflation-busting price hikes and many of your day-to-day activities will cost you more.

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Brits set to be hit with an increase of up to 300% on personal expenditure

We've predicted our future finances by analysing ONS data from the past 80 years to make a forecast for the next 10 years, taking into consideration inflation and rising expenses.