If you have an elderly parent who can’t make decisions about their own finances, you may be able to help them, but only if you have the legal authority to do so.
The state pension system is changing and it will affect you if you reach state pension age on or after April 6th 2016
Your credit report is a financial snapshot of how well you’ve managed to pay back money you’ve borrowed
If you owe money to several companies, such as on your credit card, store card and loan, there are ways you can pay back your debt that will save you money.
What is a pension, what are the tax benefits of saving into a pension and how can you take your money out of your pension?
If you own shares in companies that are established, you may receive a share of the profits via a dividend
Splitting up with your partner can be financially as well as emotionally draining
If you have savings and a mortgage, you may be able to save thousands of pounds and take years off your mortgage term by using an offset mortgage
If you couldn’t work because you were ill, do you know what you’d live on
If you’ve been targeted by identity (ID) fraudsters, you should act quickly
Travel insurance policies vary widely, and if you’re not careful you could pick one that doesn’t give you the cover you need
If your savings and property are worth more than a certain amount when you die, you may have to pay inheritance tax
Most of us love a bargain, but do you know your rights if you buy something in the sales and it turns out to be faulty