All About Pensions

What is a Pension?  Put simply, a pension is a savings plan that enables you to put money away for later life, usually for when you want to reduce the number...

Pensions Explained

Will I Get a State Pension?  Rules around state pensions can be really tricky to understand, and few people really know what they will be entitled to and when. In this guide, we...

Buy to Let Mortgages Explained

How Does a Buy-to-Let Mortgage Work?  Buy-to-let (BTL) mortgages are for landlords who want to buy property to rent it out. There are some important distinctions between the rules around buy-to-let mortgages and regular...

How To Release Equity From Your Home

How Can I Release Equity from My Home?  Equity release refers to a range of products that allow you to access the money you have tied up in your home once you have paid off...

A Guide to Car Finance

Car Finance Explained  When you’re buying a new car there are several finance options available to you that can usually be arranged through the car dealer you are buying from. This guide...

How To Reduce Credit Card Charges?

How Can I Reduce Credit-Card Charges?  If you are paying interest on a credit–card balance, or on multiple cards, there could be ways to reduce the amount that the debt is costing...

What can I do about Debt

It is estimated that more than 8 million people in the UK are unable to cope with debt. If you’re struggling, there are things you can do to help you...

What are your options for saving money?

I’ve Come Into Some Money: What Are My Savings Options? If you find yourself with an unexpected windfall it can be a bit of a minefield to navigate the different...

Everything you need to know about Pet Insurance

Pet Insurance – What Are My Options? Pet insurance works like any other kind of insurance policy and is essentially cover that pays out if you have unexpected costs related...

First Time Buyers: What You Need to Know

I’m a First-Time Home Buyer. What Are My Options? If you’re a first-time buyer it can be overwhelming trying to wade through the plethora of information and working out the...

Single parent income protection

I’m a Single Parent. What’s the Best Way to Protect my Income? If you’re one of the 1.8 million single parents with dependent children in the UK, the thought that...

Getting a joint account

Should I Get a Joint Account with my Partner?  A joint account can be a convenient way to manage shared expenses with someone you live with, for example a partner, spouse or...

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