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Erudio to contact graduates again over deferment deadline blunder

Student loans administrator Erudio is to write again to thousands of graduates to confirm new deferment deadlines

Do you rent? Here's a new trick to boost your credit rating

Millions of private tenants can boost their credit rating by opting in to a scheme that records if they pay rent on time

Budget 2016: Money Advice Service to be replaced

The Money Advice Service is to be replaced by a new "slimmed down" guidance body

A masterclass to cut the cost of ALL debts

Martin Lewis tackles cutting the cost of different types of debt one at a time.

Experian shakes up how it calculates credit scores: what it means

Experian has shaken up the way it calculates people's credit scores meaning many suddenly dropped or increased

QuickQuid and Pounds to Pocket to refund £1.7m to 4,000 payday loan borrowers

CashEuroNet UK LLC, trading as QuickQuid and Pounds to Pocket, lent some customers more than they could afford to repay

Payday lender Dollar to refund over £15m to 147,000 borrowers

Dollar, trading as The Money Shop, Payday UK, Payday Express and Ladder Loans, lent many more than they could afford

Guest Comment: How Sheffield City Council is supporting payday loan alternatives

Sheffield City Council has supported the setup of a not-for-profit organisation tackling unfair access to finance

New credit union service launched for the Armed Forces

Three credit unions have launched a new service offering savings accounts and loans to members of military personnel

Cheapest EVER borrowing: what credit crunch?

The credit crunch is well and truly dead and buried and providers are pricing long-term debt cheaper than ever before

Bankruptcy threshold increases from £750 to £5,000

People with low levels of debt will now be able to avoid bankruptcy as the threshold's risen from £750 to £5,000

Payday loan ads could be banned from kids' TV

The advertising watchdog has launched a consultation on whether to restrict when payday loan adverts are broadcast on TV