Information on opening an account, current accounts, switching accounts, bank cards and more
Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you will make. Find out about applying for a mortgage, types of mortgage, changing your mortgage and more.
Before you start to save, decide how much you can afford to put aside each week or month and for how long. Take a look at the different ways to save and figure out what suits you.
Find out about the different types of insurance – car insurance, home insurance, life insurance, health insurance, travel insurance and more. Take a look at our information on getting insurance quotes and making claims.
Credit cards are a convenient and flexible way to pay for things without having to carry cash. Be sure to use your credit card wisely and avoid credit card debt.
Thinking about taking out a loan? Find out about types of loans, applying for a loan, paying for your car and more.
Planning your pension might seem like a complicated task, but the earlier you get started the better, as this will give you more time to make contributions, and more time for your pension fund to grow in value.
If you are having money problems, you may be tempted to ignore them and hope they will go away. If you find you are always running out of money, missing loan repayments or relying on credit to pay for your day-to-day spending, tackle your situation as soon as possible, before you fall into more serious debt.
While managing your money effectively may seem difficult, there are lots of benefits to staying in control of your finances. Check out our tips on money saving, budgeting for each stage of your life and how to get your financial health in shape.
Find out about the different type of investment products, including information on the risks involved and fees and charges of different investment products.
A digital or crypto-currency is a currency that is held and traded online and is not a physical currency. There are no notes or coins. They exist only in electronic form on computers.
With so many financial products available it can be difficult to compare all the options and make the right decision for you. If you are confused by what is on offer, it’s best to get independent financial advice.
Our jargon buster can help you understand common financial terms and phrases.
A scam is a scheme designed to con you out of your money or your personal details such as your bank account details, PIN numbers or internet banking login details. Learn about common scams and how to avoid them.