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Martin Lewis joins Money Advice Service 'challenger panel''s Martin Lewis has joined a 'challenger panel' to recommend changes to the Money Advice Service

Guest Comment: You can tackle debt and stress at the same time

As it's Mental Health Awareness Week, the chief executive of StepChange explains what it's doing to help people

The Conservatives win the election, but what does it mean for your wallet?

Find out how the Conservative Party's policies affect your pocket

'In 2013 I owed £22,000. Now I'm debt-free'

We're celebrating 10 years of our Debt-Free Wannabe board and forum community this year

Balance transfer price war: New 18 months 0% and 36 months 0%

Save £1,000s on existing debts as the balance transfer credit card battle turns white hot

PayPlan 'Cover My Payments' member? Check if you should ditch it and get your money back

Letters sent by PayPlan cast doubts over whether people fully understood the membership schemes they were buying

Nationwide revamps credit card fees, but will other providers do the same?

Nationwide credit card customers will no longer be charged for going over their limit from today

Cheapest-ever new borrowing: 0% for 20 months

Yesterday we learnt inflation's hit 0% for the second month – so little surprise, borrowing costs are at all-time lows

'Ask Ma how to waste £50 million - it must completely change strategy'

The Treasury has finally released its response to the independent report commissioned on the Money Advice Service

'Decrease the term or overpay my mortgage?' – Martin Lewis answers

Overpaying and shortening a mortgage term do the same thing, yet overpaying has the advantage that you can stop it

'Cowardly' Treasury buries independent report into Money Advice Service

MoneySavingExpert is today calling for the Treasury to publish the independent report on the Money Advice Service

Foodbank financial triage scheme to be rolled out across the UK

A donation from Comic Relief means those attending Trussell Trust foodbanks will be able to get more help