Struggling with energy bill debt? Check if you can get a grant of up to £1,500 from British Gas – even if you're not a customer
The British Gas Energy Trust, a charity funded by British Gas, has reopened applications for grants of up to £1,500 to help people clear debts owed to their energy provider – and you don't have to be a British Gas customer to benefit.
1 July 2022
Experian follows TransUnion's move to include buy now, pay later data in customer credit files - here's how it might impact your credit score
Experian has become the second credit reference agency (CRA) after TransUnion to include buy now, pay later (BNPL) data in customer credit files, MoneySavingExpert.com can reveal.
4 March 2022
Martin's debt costs masterclass: Can't afford to clear your debt? You can't afford not to move it to up to 35mths at 0% saving £1,000s
So as it's January, we're in a cost of living crunch, and New Year debt bills are being received by millions, it's time for my annual interest-cutting masterclass.
18 January 2022
Martin Lewis: A year of being debt-free is far more important than a Christmas splurge
Martin Lewis has warned households against splurging this Christmas, while also highlighting the importance of being honest about their finances in a bid to remain debt-free over the festive period and beyond. Read below and watch the clip from The Martin Lewis Money Show Christmas Special for more.
26 November 2021
Urgent action called for as mental health sufferers consider or attempt suicide after finances hit during the pandemic
People with mental health problems have faced a much bigger hit to their finances during the pandemic than the wider population and are three times more likely to have fallen into serious debt, according to the results of a major national survey published today.
24 November 2021
Vanquis Bank to repay cardholders £169 million - ensure you don't miss out
Vanquis Bank has been ordered to pay 1.2 million customers almost £169 million in compensation
27 February 2018
Bankruptcy threshold to be raised from £750 to £5,000
More financially vulnerable people will be able to avoid the most drastic formal insolvency solution from October
15 January 2015
Bankruptcies down almost 20% during past year
The number of people going bankrupt has fallen to a 15-year low in England and Wales, according to official figures
29 October 2014
The credit card and loan shake-up: what it means for you
1 February 2011
OFT crackdown on debt management firms
28 September 2010
Martin: Car insurance up 41%
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