- What happens to debt when you get divorced?
- Debt consolidation for secured and unsecured loans
- What is a Debt Management Plan (DMP) and will it help me pay my debts?
- Debt consolidation loans for bad credit
- Infographic: Is the UK’s household debt out of control?
- Marriage and bad debt
- How to get out of debt
- What is the IVA register?
- Registering a death
- What happens to property after a divorce?
- Will a prenup protect me if I get a divorce?
- How much does a divorce cost?
- Looking after your credit score while you’re at university
- Credit and debit card protection
- Cashless society and changing savings habits for kids
- Living and working on the UK Minimum Wage
- How to budget if you’re a single parent
- Infographic: Average Equifax Credit Scores across the UK
- How to budget at university
- What is money laundering?
- What is a Ponzi scheme?
- How to report identity theft
- How to protect older people from being scammed
- Using contactless mobile payments and apps
- Safeguard your personal data when using smart home assistants
- Safeguarding your family’s personal data on smart toys
- Infographic: Avoiding festival fraud: crime statistics and festival security
- What is a mortgage broker?
- How much can I borrow for a mortgage?
- What is a tracker mortgage?
- Getting a second mortgage and buying a second home
- What does freehold mean?
- What credit score is needed for a mortgage?
- What is a 95% mortgage?
- Stamp duty on new builds
- Stamp duty on second homes and buy-to-let properties
- Stamp duty for first-time buyers
- Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) explained
- What to do if you’ve been rejected for a mortgage
Loans and credit
- Guide to student overdrafts
- Guide to student credit cards
- What is a credit blacklist?
- What are 0% interest credit cards?
- Moving to the UK and your credit score
- Who can see your credit report?
- Should you lease or buy your next car?
- Student loan repayments
- Balance transfers explained
- Credit card minimum repayments
- Getting a mobile phone contract with bad credit
- Financial association explained
- What is a credit union?
- Consumers need to know their soft vs hard searches
- 19% Of UK consumers would never tell their partner about their debt
- Single parents buckle under half-term pressure
- Big increase in number of local authorities seeing drop in electoral roll registration for 2018
- Keeping kids safe online over the Easter holidays
- Nearly 2 in 10 students have gone over their agreed overdraft limit without the lender’s approval
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