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

25 July 2014

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

Green Deal Home Improvement Fund closes after just six weeks

25 July 2014

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

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

21 July 2014

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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9 July 2014

Been a super-savvy ISA saver? Check you haven't hit savings safety limit

Check how much you have in savings if you've taken advantage of your tax-free ISA allowance every year since 1999

8 July 2014

Student Loans Company must stop 'misleading' debt collection tactics, Government says

A Government minister has told the Student Loans Company not to use 'misleading tactics' to collect debt

4 July 2014

300,000 graduates sent fake debt collection firm letters by Student Loans Company

The Student Loans Company's letter purports to be from a debt recovery firm called "Smith Lawson & Company"

1 July 2014

Teens can save up to 19,000 tax-free thanks to ISA loophole

16 and 17-year-olds can save up to 19,000 tax-free this year under today's ISA revamp

25 June 2014

Struggling with benefit changes? Contact your council - 20m unclaimed last year

More than 20m meant to help those struggling with housing costs following benefit reforms wasn't spent by councils

23 June 2014

Energy firms working on making switching simpler

New systems will enable info on energy usage and costs to be transferred between suppliers and comparison sites

13 June 2014

Buying a fishing licence? Don't get reeled in by a copycat site

If you're planning to buy a fishing licence for Father's Day, make sure you avoid copycat sites

10 June 2014

Bill to curb TV payday loan ads comes to Parliament

A Bill calling for payday loan adverts to be banned between 5.30am and 9pm has been heard in Parliament

9 June 2014

New Green Deal Home Improvement Fund begins is it worth it for you?

A new Government scheme means you could get up to 7,600 for making your home more energy-efficient

4 June 2014

'Pooled' schemes to boost pensions unveiled in Queen's Speech

The Queen outlined the Government's agenda for the coming session at today's state opening of Parliament

21 May 2014

Separated parents told: Agree on child support or face fees

Separated parents face a charge for administering child maintenance payments unless they can reach an amicable agreement

9 May 2014

Erudio Student Loans: 500 people had money mistakenly taken from accounts

Erudio Student Loans has admitted over 500 people have mistakenly had money taken from their accounts not 50

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