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How to pay the costs of a divorce
If you're getting divorced, what are the options for paying the bills?

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What's on your credit report

Your credit report is used by lenders to work out whether or not to lend and how much.

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Pensions and divorce

There are several ways that a pension can be divided at divorce. Make sure you know the options

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Got an event to go to but nothing to wear? Should you hire?

Which sites have the best choice? What will you pay and what are the extra costs to pay?

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Five things to look for with an equity release mortgage.

If you're thinking of releasing equity from your home, how much will it cost and how do deals compare?

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How to claim a state pension on your ex-husband's National Insurance record.

Can you still claim a state pension if you or your ex remarries? What's involved?

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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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Over half of adults don't know who's responsible for debts on a joint account.
The answer may surprise you..
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What is crowdfunding?
How does it work and what are the risks?
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Giving away your home to avoid care fees
Can you give away your home or is it against the rules - and should you?
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Getting started with investing
What are the risks of investing and how do you reduce them?
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Can you save money with black box car insurance?
Telematics or black box insurance could mean cheaper premiums for some.
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You should always obtain independent financial advice.


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