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Are you an Erudio student loan holder? We want your feedback

31 October 2014

We want your thoughts on Erudio's revised deferral form and revised 'how to guide' on applying for deferral

Guest Comment: More needs to be done to stamp out copycat websites

28 October 2014

Chris Evans MP tells MoneySavingExpert.com what he believes needs to be done to protect people from copycat websites

Guest comment: How banking bonuses have hit student loan repayments

22 October 2014

Freelance higher education writer Andrew McGettigan explains how banking bonuses have affected the new deferment rate

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16 October 2014

First £12 green levy rebate to come on your next electricity bill

Electricity customers will get a £12 rebate off their next energy bill as a result of Government moves to lower costs

14 October 2014

Over-55s get green light to use their pension like a bank account

People will be able to take a series of series of lump sums from their pension fund instead of just one from April 2015

1 October 2014

Drivers struggle to renew road tax online

The DVLA's website has struggled to cope as thousands went online to try and renew their road tax

1 October 2014

Get your affairs in order during free wills month

A shakeup of the law in England and Wales today may affect what happens to your cash if you die without a will

1 October 2014

Guest Comment: New measures give consumers more power to combat rogue traders

Consumer Affairs Minister Jo Swinson explains what the Government is doing to crack down on rogue traders

19 September 2014

Government gives Sharia-compliant student finance the go-ahead

The Government has confirmed it will introduce Sharia compliant finance for university students

19 August 2014

Rail fares to rise 3.5% in January

Regulated rail fares will rise by an average 3.5% in January, although some fares could rise by as much as 5.5%

15 August 2014

Guest Comment: What you need to know about the new State Pension

There's 600 days to go until significant reforms are introduced to the State Pension

8 August 2014

Refunds for those hit by Green Deal cashback closure not ruled out

The Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change suggested he has not completely ruled out refunding homeowners

25 July 2014

Green Deal 'shambles': MSE calls for refunds for those hit by fund closure

The Government should refund anyone left out of pocket by the closure of the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund, MSE says

25 July 2014

Green Deal Home Improvement Fund closes after just six weeks

The Government's scheme to offer households money to make their homes more energy-efficient closed last night

21 July 2014

Confused by pension options? Free, impartial guidance is coming in 2015

From next April millions of people will be able to get free, impartial guidance on how to make the most of their pension

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