Benefits & savings
3 ways to get help with childcare costs
We can all get some help with childcare costs, but we don't all know about it. Make sure you do! More »
How to get a discounted will with Macmillan Cancer Support
Take advantage of Macmillan's discount will writing service to save you money and ensure your loved ones get what they're due. More »
Universal Credit – how will it affect your housing benefit?
From October 2013, Universal Credit will replace housing benefit. Find out how Universal Credit will affect your housing benefit payments. More »
Best Junior ISAs: The ultimate guide
Here is our latest take on the best junior ISAs out there. More »
Children’s savings: how to save money for kids
Some children's savings accounts pay as little as 0.2% interest, others pay up to 6%. Find out what the best option for your kids is. More »
10 easy ways to pay less tax
Want to cut your tax bill? Here are 10 quick and easy ways to pay less tax. More »
How to beat inflation
Are your savings losing value because of inflation? Here’s how to get a decent return on your money. More »
Maternity rights: what family benefits can you get?
Many benefits are NOT paid to you automatically. Find out what you should be getting. More »
Tax and benefit changes - how will you be affected?
There are some big changes to benefits and tax that kick in from April. Here’s a round-up of what will change. More »
Changes to Guardian's Allowance | FAQs
You could get the Guardian’s Allowance if you are bringing up a child whose parents have passed away. More »
We reveal the top 10 myths on debts and repayments
There are a number of myths and half-truths around debt out there. Let’s have a look at the top 10. More »
A mini guide on how to invest for your children
From Junior ISAs to Children's Bonds, read up on a brief summary of choices available. More »
Budget 2013: What it means for your family
The Chancellor has delivered his budget for 2013. Find out how will it affect your family. More »
How you can save for your grandchildren
As a grandparent, you can help shield your grandchild's savings from tax. Find out the best way of saving for your grandkids. More »
How to keep your child benefit
If you earn more than £50,000, the new child benefit rules could cost you thousands. But you can still keep your child benefit if you're canny. More »
How much child benefit will I get?
Find out how much child benefit you’ll be entitled to under the new Government child benefit reforms. More »
Child benefit Q&A
What do the child benefit changes mean? Do I still qualify? How much child benefit will I get? Find out here. More »
Maternity pay – the basics!
Have you worked in the year before your baby is due? Find out what maternity pay you are entitled to. More »
Junior ISA rules: get over £70,000 by your kids' 18th birthday
Junior ISAs give you the chance to save money for your kids – tax-free. We show you exactly how they work, and whether they’re the best choice for you. More »
What is Universal Credit? How will it affect my benefits?
The way you receive benefits is about to change. Find out how, and whether your family will be better or worse off. More »
How much tax should you be paying?
We explain the basics of tax in a straightforward manner, and dispel some of the myths surrounding it. More »
Heating grants could save you £100s this winter
Are you eligible for a heating grant? You could get free cash to cut your energy bills and improve your property - find out how to claim. More »
Council tax benefit: you could get over £700 a year
If you’re eligible for council tax benefit, you could see your council tax bill cut by hundreds of pounds. Do you qualify? More »
Benefits for 16 year olds - can you still get it all?
When your child turns 16 it doesn't mean you lose all benefits. Find out what benefits for 16 year olds are available so you don't lose out. More »
Am I entitled to housing benefit?
Over a million of us have not claimed the housing benefit we're entitled to, leading to £3.1bn in unclaimed housing benefit. Could you be missing out? More »
How to get free nursery places
We explain the ways you could get free nursery places for your child, or all childcare paid for. More »
Sure Start Maternity Grant – the basics!
The Sure Start Maternity Grant is a £500 payment to new parents. Find out if you can get it! More »
You don’t have to be rich to have an IFA
Getting financial advice from an independent adviser needn’t cost a lot of money and can help you make smarter savings in the long-run. More »
Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credit – the basics!
Could you get Child Tax Credit or Working Tax Credit? It’s time to find out! More »