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  What's on your credit report?

If you apply for credit, lenders will look at your credit report. What's on it?

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  What is a pension?

Pensions can seem baffling, but they're just a way of setting aside money for your retirement.

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  Buying income protection insurance - what to look for

Income protection insurance can be a financial lifeline if you can't work because you're ill. What should you look for?

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  Your rights when shopping in the sales

If you're shopping for a bargain, whether that's online or in your high street, make sure you know your rights if things go wrong.

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  Buying a travel insurance policy - what you need to know

If you're thinking of buying travel insurance, how much medical cover do you need and what should you look out for?

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  What is life insurance and do you need it?

If you have a mortgage with someone else, have a family or receive child support or maintenance, life insurance may be useful.

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  Your rights when you shop online or by mail order

If you order something online and it doesn't arrive or you don't like it, what are your rights? This video explains the rules.

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  5 ways to generate extra cash

Whether you want extra money every month or want to generate a cash lump sum, here are 5 suggestions

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  How to get a great mortgage deal

Whether you are remortgaging or a first time buyer, this video explains how you can get the best mortgage for you.

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  How your savings are protected

If you have savings in a bank or building society - either a British company or one that's foreign-owned, how are they protected?

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  How to complain effectively

If you're not happy with a company's goods or service, how can you make sure your complaint is heard?

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  Green and ethical money explained

An increasing number of women are interested in where their money is invested and how it's used, not just how much it makes.

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  How to improve your credit score

Your credit score is an indication of how good - or bad - a risk a company thinks you are. If you can improve your score, you're more likely to be given credit and may pay less for it.

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  Joint accounts and joint debts - who's responsible and how to protect yourself

Thousands of couples take out joint loans or open joint accounts. But our research shows many don't know the rules about who's responsible.

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  Automatic enrolment - understanding the new workplace pension schemes

Over the next few years millions of people will be signed up for their employer's pension scheme. This video explains how you may be affected.

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  How to increase your state pension - tips for women

Far more women than men don't get the full basic state pension when they retire. This video explains how to get the most money you can from your state pension.

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  Shopping around for a pension income - buying the best annuity

Unless you have a salary-related pension you'll probably have to get a retirement income by buying an 'annuity'. How do you make sure you get the most income?

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  Choosing the best children's savings account - what to look for

Should you save in a junior ISA or are you better off with an ordinary children's savings account? And how can you get interest paid tax free?

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  How do you find a good independent financial adviser who you can trust?

A good independent financial adviser can make a big difference to your money, but how do you find one?

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  How the pension can be divided when you get divorced - understanding the options

The pension may be as valuable as the family home, and there are several ways it can be divided when you divorce.

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  Tips for sorting out your finances if you and your partner live together

If you live with your partner or you're married, it's a good idea to agree some financial ground rules.

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  Why you need a will

Many of us put off drawing up a will. Let's face it, it's not very interesting, can seem complex and may be costly. But without one your family and friends may not inherit as you'd like them to.

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  How to get the best interest rate on your savings account

With so many savings accounts to choose from, where do you start? Follow my tips on how to get the best rates.

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  Sorting out the finances of an elderly relative

If you have a parent or other relative who is struggling with their finances, perhaps because they have dementia, how can you help them?

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