August 2019

Debt Advice Apprenticeship submitted for final approval

The debt advice sector has developed a first-of-its-kind apprenticeship qualification. The qualification Standard and End Point Assessment have now been submitted to the approval board of the Institute of Apprenticeships. It is expected that the apprenticeship will launch within Read more

Summer savings: our tips to stretch your budget to the end of the holidays

The summer can be an expensive time for all of us, but much more so if you have children. The Family and Childcare Trust have found that the average family spends £125 per week on childcare during Read more

8 ways to save on your car insurance

With prices changing all the time, buying and renewing car insurance can be confusing. How do you know you’re getting the best deal? We’ve put together some tips for you. 1 - Don’t leave it to the Read more

How Open Banking can help you get the best deal

Regular readers of this newsletter know we often advise you to shop around for better deals on your regular expenditure, especially your energy bills. That’s because it’s one of the quickest, easiest routes to improving your financial wellbeing. Ofgem Read more

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