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Are you financially invisible?

There are 5.8 million people in the UK who fit into this category. But what does it mean? And why does it matter?

Mortgage application process

Checking your mortgage eligibility could help make your mortgage journey easier.

Southerners are most likely to switch energy supplier

Government figures show you could be saving around £200 a year by switching. See if your home town features in our most and least likely to switch list!

What the Budget means for your finances

The Chancellor announced the government's spending plans for the next financial year. This is what it means for you.

Preparing for unexpected winter costs

While we are prepared for the higher gas and electricity bills, the colder months can bring many unexpected costs. Here’s how to manage them.

Seven ways to save money on your commute

Rail fares are expected to go up by as much 3.2% in 2019. Here are seven ways you can save money on your travel to and from work.

Could a VPN protect your privacy?

As we become more data-conscious, here is a quickfire guide to what VPNs are and how they could be useful for you.

'Guaranteed rates'

Often the credit card interest rate you see is different to the one you get. But things are changing.

Credit Barometer

Research from our Credit Barometer recently revealed that interest in tracker mortgages fell in August, suggesting that the BoE rate rise has impacted the type of mortgages people are searching for.

Phishing and smishing

Phishing is one of the most common types of scams. It’s thought 30% of all phishing messages get opened by targeted users.

Six money mistakes

When it comes to financial matters, there are plenty of habits that could make us significantly worse off.

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