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What are you entitled to if you take maternity leave
How much maternity pay will you get?

And what are you entitled to if you're self employed?

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Watch some short videos I've put together - and others I've selected - to help you get more from your money.

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Your rights when you shop online

Shopping online can be quick and convenient - but what if there's a problem?

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How to transfer a cash ISA - and what not to do

If you're after a better interest rate, follow these simple steps

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What were the main financial bills in the Queen's speech

The government is going to increase free childcare for some children and reduce red tape

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Can you have a bank account in your married and maiden name?

Some current account providers will let you - find out.

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Some married couples can save £4 a week tax

You can register for the marriage tax allowance - but you can only do this online

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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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Premium Bonds - are they worth saving in?
What are the odds of winning and how can you buy them?
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Best three year fixed rate savings accounts - what's on offer?
Find out who pays the highest rates
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Cashing in a small final salary pension fund - what do the rules say?
You may be able to take the whole lot as cash
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If you're taking a lump sum from your pension you may be taxed under the emergency code
Find out
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If you're buying an annuity and you have a health condition - find out how to get more money
You could have a higher income for life
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You should always obtain independent financial advice.


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