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How much will borrowing £1000 cost you? How much will borrowing £1000 cost you? 28 March 2021

If you do need to borrow money, it's important to know how much it will cost you. Here are the overall costs of some options.

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Seven signs you're being scammed Seven signs you're being scammed 28 February 2021

Here are 7 signs that you are being scammed

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Eight questions about Universal Credit Eight questions about Universal Credit 01 February 2021

Find out what Universal Credit is and how it could impact you

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How much do you spend on your household bills? How much do you spend on your household bills? 19 January 2021

One third don't know how much it costs to run their home, which isn't good news for your finances

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Are YOU doing the 11 worst things for your credit score? Are YOU doing the 11 worst things for your credit score? 11 January 2021

There’s always uncertainty with credit scores about what affect actions have on your score. That’s why we’ve pulled together the worst things you can do for your credit rating.

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How to spot and avoid bank scams How to spot and avoid bank scams 10 January 2021

Your bank might try to contact you regularly, but how do you know it's really your bank and not a scam?

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Four ways to beat your money worries Four ways to beat your money worries 04 January 2021

Don't let your money worries make your financial situation worse.

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In debt this January? You're not alone In debt this January? You're not alone 01 January 2021

Blue Monday (the 20th of January 2020) is likely to be our busiest day of the year for calls and enquiries about debt. 

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How much does it cost to keep a dog? How much does it cost to keep a dog? 22 December 2020

We’re a nation of dog lovers, but our furry friends come with a pretty hefty price tag, with an average cost of around £21,000 over their lifetime.

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How to spot and avoid TV licence refund scams How to spot and avoid TV licence refund scams 16 December 2020

Most people have heard of scammers pretending to be from your bank, PayPal, or the DVLA – but a lesser known scam, that can part you with your hard-earned cash, is the TV licence refund scam.

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