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If your bank goes bust, the amount that's protected will fall to £75,000 in January
The amount that's currently protected is £85,000

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What are dividends?

If you invest in shares, you may receive dividends - but who pays them and when?

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Joint debts and bank accounts

Who's responsible for the debts if your relationship breaks up?

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The government's childcare tax scheme is delayed until 2017

The childcare tax reduction scheme was due to launch this autumn but now won't until 2017

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What could the Greek crisis mean for holiday plans?

Does it mean you should only take cash and could there be disruption to trains and flights?

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Where next for the state pension age?

What has the new pensions minister, Ros Altmann, said about state pensions and women?

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If you’ve got a problem and you’d like some help, why not contact a money expert?

Whether you want to find out how to get the best mortgage, are worried about your debts, have an elderly parent who needs care or don't see eye-to-eye with your partner over money, one of SavvyWoman's panel of experts can help.

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10 things you need to know about your credit rating
A good credit rating means you could pay less for loans
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What can you do if your partner is controlling or abusive?
Financial abuse is more common than you think
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What is crowdfunding and how does it work?
What are the risks and how can you invest?
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What help is available if your parent wants to downsize?
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The road to female financial independence - when could women keep their own wealth when they married?
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