Major strategy launched to improve financial skills
A major 10-year strategy to help consumers prepare for and manage their money has been published today
28 October 2015
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
14 October 2015
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Grab cheap holiday cash, check tax, slash rail fares, uncover hidden bargains, find mortgage best buys and more
16 June 2015
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
15 April 2015
Unemployment hits 17-year high: how to limit the damage
Unemployment has topped 2.5 million and youth joblessness is at record levels but you can ease the pain
16 March 2011
Students promised loans and grants on time this year
20 August 2010
£5-only cash machines launched
28 June 2010
Stretch January finances in the year's longest month
6 January 2010
Unemployment up, but pace of rise easing
11 November 2009
A-Level results students shouldn't be put off uni by debt
20 August 2009
Urgent. Cheapest ways to spend abroad
Don't overpay to pay (olé!)
Martin: 'Seven energy need-to-knows'
As bills set to rise by 52%'
New. Cheapest ever loans 2.7%
But for how long?
44 tips to be tight (in a good way)
Eg, use bulldog clips to eke out toothpaste
£50 two-week summer break for teens
Or free if on a low income
Blue Light Card discounts boosted
Including 25% off Ted Baker, 10% off Halfords
2for1 Alton Towers, Thorpe Park and more
'Free' adult ticket via £3ish cereal and snacks
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