Your Hands Didn’t Just Get Bigger: ONS Confirms 2500+ Products Have Shrunk

When you’ve got one eye on your household budget, you want to make sure that you’re getting a good deal with every penny you spend.

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Paying by Credit or Debit Card? Now There’s No More Nasty Hidden Charges

It used to be, that if you wanted to pay via credit or debit card, you’d expect a surcharge; a small amount added to your bill for the convenience (and to cover companies against the bank’s card charges).

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Lloyds Says Farewell to Unplanned Overdraft Fees

Unplanned overdraft fees – they’ve been the bane of plenty of people’s lives.

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How to Switch ISP Providers

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Switching providers could end up saving you money.

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6 Questions to Ask When Switching Banks

We all know that if we want the best deals, at the lowest price, it’s good practice to change service providers.

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Why You Could Be Losing £650 a Year for Your Pensions

We all know the importance of saving for our pensions – but it turns out that we could be missing out on £650 a year, simply because we’re not aware of how employee pension contributions work.

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What Pensions Can the Self-Employed Receive?

The heavily publicised ‘gig economy’, powered by the internet, has forced those classing themselves as self-employed to sky-rocket in recent years – indeed, the current estimate is that over 4 million are working for themselves.

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Revealed: How Much We Need to Feel Wealthy

Revealed: How Much We Need to Feel Wealthy

Do you feel wealthy? Just as with every General Election, there’s been a lot of talk recently about what it means to be wealthy.

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How to Make a Personal Budget Spreadsheet

It’s not as daunting as it seems!

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What to Do If You Have a Financial Complaint

What to Do If You Have a Financial Complaint

With the Financial Times reporting that 2016 saw a spike of over 3million complaints against UK finance groups, today we’re looking at what to do if you have an issue to raise.

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Even the FCA is Worried About Rising Personal Debt

Even the FCA is Worried About Rising Personal Debt

Personal debt is spiralling out of control. At least, that seems to be the view of the Financial Conduct Authority, who are considering bringing the sector under its purview in an effort to protect customers.

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Post Office Banking: The Advantages and Disadvantages

Post Office Banking: The Advantages and Disadvantages

With 53% of UK bank branches closing between 1989 and 2016, some banking customers have started seeking alternatives to traditional banking – from managing finances exclusively online to saving their money at home.

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Financial Outlook Worst in 4 Years, Say UK Households

A new report from financial data company Markit suggests our financial outlook is at its lowest point since 2013.

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Need Help with Your Banking? Ask a Robot

Meet Aida. Shes helpful, polite and, according to Aida herself, she is ‘always at work, 24/7, 365 days a year. Shes also a robot.

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Are Banks Trying to Dodge PPI Claims?

Are Banks Trying to Dodge PPI Claims? We take a look.

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12 Dos and Don’ts for a Better Credit Score [Infographic]

Nobody wants to end up with a low credit score.

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4 Reasons You Should Check If You're Owed PPI

4 Reasons You Should Check If You’re Owed PPI

The average payout for PPI claims is approximately £3000 — and there’s a very good chance you’re entitled to a similar figure.

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What the Early Warning Signs for Insolvency?

What Are The Early Warning Signs For Insolvency?

If you’re considering starting your own business, make sure you learn the pitfalls to watch out for.

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