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Summer Budget 2015: Student grant and loan system faces overhaul

University maintenance grants are to be scrapped and replaced with an enlarged maintenance loan, Osborne has announced

Debt management firms giving poor and misleading advice, FCA finds

Customers of five unnamed debt management firms may be due redress after a review revealed the sector is failing people

Martin Lewis: The 10 changes I'd make to Britain

What would you tweak about the UK? I'm not talking about big contentious change – but quick fixes for life glitches

Co-op still refunding customers nearly two years after admitting it violated regulations

Nearly two years after admitting it breached the Consumer Credit Act, the Co-op Bank continues to refund customers

Cheapest ever loan 3.5% – and tricks to slash costs further

Loan rates have plummeted, and for once it's not just for larger amounts – they're competitive from £2,500 up

Lloyds fined record £117m for 'unacceptable' conduct in rejecting PPI claims

The fine relates to a period from March 2012 to May 2013 when the group wrongly rejected many complaints

Court ruling could open door for more PPI claims

Consumers who bought PPI on loans and credit cards may have a new avenue for demanding compensation after court ruling

Martin Lewis joins Money Advice Service 'challenger panel'

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

Northern Rock borrowers with loans of £25k+ may get refund if appeal goes their way

Northern Rock mortgage customers with unsecured loans of between £25,000 and £30,000 may still get redress

Wonga launches new TV ad campaign, which it says won't be shown on kids' TV

Payday lender Wonga is launching a new advertising campaign after ditching its controversial puppet ads

'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

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