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Call for online 'credit curfews'
Researchers say a ban on online borrowing between 11pm and 7am could protect consumers
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How to make financial advice more appealing (and accessible) to those who need it
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Whether clothes or toys, the rising popularity of renting things instead of owning them
Pension credits and the TV licence
Changes to free over-75s BBC TV licence.
How to find affordable childcare for under 5’s and what financial help is available?
Complaints about car loans
In 2018 we borrowed £46 billion to buy cars - how well is our ability to repay assessed?
Money Box Live: Cryptocurrencies
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Money Box Live: Power of Attorney
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The challenge of charging an electric car
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Renting and Letting
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Credit nightmares for young people
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The Costs of Being Disabled
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The Money Clinic: Poppy and Cliff
In an honest and intimate discussion, a counsellor helps people talk about money
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In an honest and intimate discussion, a counsellor helps people talk about money.
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Tips for first time buyers desperate to save a deposit.
Have you changed career after becoming a parent? What are the challenges and rewards?
Former Extra Energy customer shocked at new £4,000 bill
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How digital payments are changing the way we donate
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How do I start investing?
Have you been thinking about investing but have been put off by the jargon or fees?
Thousands of students forced to pay back overpayments
Millions of pounds taken back by Student Loan Company for overpayments.
How do student loans work, when do you start repaying and what happens when it goes wrong?
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Why does Stoke-on-Trent have the highest rate of personal insolvency in England and Wales?
Fundraising for schools
How to make your fundraising go further.
Credit at 18 - getting the right deal for you
Credit card options for young adults.
Can my money help fight climate change?
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'Herders' and 'olders'
How teenagers are being recruited by criminals to help launder money.
Tips on how to make sure you have a health credit rating.
How to give yourself a pay rise
The coming of the self-sanctioned pay increase?
The Personal Finance of Comedy
How to maximize money from mirth.
What's next for QuickQuid borrowers?
Payday lender lender QuickQuid enters administration. Where does that leave its customers?
Money Box Live: Mental Health & Money
Depression and debt, anxiety and overdrafts, we look at how to cope
Opposite-sex civil partnerships become law
What do new opposite-sex civil partnerships mean for your financial health?
Money Box Live: How To Retire Young
How realistic is it to save your income and budget so much you can retire at under forty?
Hotel room investors face losing 'life changing' sums
Hotels go bust leaving hundreds of investors unsure if they will get any money back.
Money Box Live: Leaving School at Sixteen
Swapping the classroom for other pursuits, how to make your choices and sort your finances
Starting young to save for retirement
Can an 18 year old be persuaded to start a pension?
Money Box Live: Collectables
Whether vintage watches, Hello Kitty or even tractors, how to make cash from collecting?
The best way to tip
As more bars and restaurants go cashless....what's the best way to tip the staff?
Money Box Live: Bailiffs
What are your rights and responsibilities if bailiffs come knocking on your door?
Money Box election 2019 special
Money Box takes a personal finance look at the manifesto pledges of the four main parties.
Money Box Live: Fostering
How much financial support is available for foster carers looking after children in need?
Overspent at Christmas: the lasting burden of debt.
Money Box Live: How to find the right car finance
If you're borrowing money to buy a car, how well do you understand the small print?
The battle for buying your freehold at a fair price
The David v Goliath legal fight for the right to buy your freehold at a fair price.
Money Box Live: Communal Living
Your own home but pooled amenities. What are the financial benefits of a shared lifestyle?
The gift of money
The best way to give money to children at Christmas.
The Money Clinic revisited
Ruth Alexander revisits two households who took part in The Money Clinic last summer.
The history of financial mistakes
How to stop making mistakes with money
MBL: How to make money from social media
Money and social media influencers with Louise Cooper
Travelex customers face continued chaos
Travelex systems remain suspended, rent arrears, Universal Credit, and leasehold reform.
MBL: How to buy a property without help from mum and dad
Felicity Hannah and guests talk about how you can buy a property without financial help.
Should students pay council tax?
The students told to pay council tax, even though they are exempt under the law.