Faith aims to make money matters easier to understand, with practical tips on everything from household bills and family budgeting to investments, pensions and tax.
Dog thefts up 250% during the pandemic: Here's how to keep your pooch safe
Demand for dogs surged during the pandemic and costs soared. But where puppy prices led, thieves followed, seeing valuable breeds as easy money.
How to use Monopoly to teach your kids about money
Forget boring lectures and lessons about money; when kids can learn by playing, you’ll be surprised at what they pick up.
The Pink Tax: how women are charged more on products from mortgages to moisturiser
Sometimes it is hard to be a woman, according to Tammy Wynette, and sometimes it is just plain more expensive.
Financial lessons kids can learn from Animal Crossing and other online games
Don’t despair if your children are glued to screens and consoles - they might yet be learning valuable lessons about money.
Has lockdown left you financially better off? Here’s how ”accidental savers” can put their cash to work
Lifestyle cutbacks over lockdown mean many of us spent less than we’ve earned. Here’s how you could make the most of this extra cash.
Covid one year on: What you can do if you’ve been struggling
Faced with a drop in income and rising bills, many of us have fallen into the red. If you're feeling overwhelmed, here’s how you could get back on track.
Instagurus: what to watch out for and what to do if you’re not happy
Self development has become big business on social media, but it can come at a hefty price.
How to ask your boss for a pay rise when there isn't any money
No cash on offer from the company? Here's how to ask for benefits and perks instead.
Funding Fertility: how to get a good deal when paying for treatment
Fertility treatment is an emotional rollercoaster. Yet for many couples understanding the costs, let alone affording them, can seem near impossible.
Lifestyle inflation: how it could be sabotaging your savings
Have you become more flash with your cash as your income has gone up? If so, this can derail your finances faster than you’d think.
Tax tips that can save women serious cash
The economic toll of Covid has been most brutal for women – but there are tax breaks that could help soften the blow to your cash.
Matched Betting: bad for your money and your mental health
Rather than a risk-free way to make cash, matched betting can be a slippery slope to problem gambling. Here’s what you need to know if you’re tempted to try it.
Healthcare workers with long Covid and the financial support available if sick pay dries up
More than 100,000 healthcare workers are suffering from long Covid, but a year on many are struggling to make ends meet.
Great apps for managing your money and your mental health
Managing money can be particularly difficult for people with mental health issues, but there are apps that can help.
How to make sure you're financially protected at every life stage
Financial protection policies pay bills when you can’t, but your needs can change throughout your life. Here’s how to sort it before it feels too late.
Hacks to cut your petrol bills
With queues at the pumps and fuel prices accelerating, here are some quick hacks to cut your petrol bills.
How to be quids in with cashback
Get paid hundreds of pounds to pay your bills, thanks to the magic of cashback.
Why mental health can cost you on your insurance and what to do about it
When it comes to poor mental health, no one should have to suffer in silence. Though when it comes to insurance, not sharing could prove to be a costly mistake
Protect your digital legacy – what it’s really worth and what you need to do to pass it on to your loved ones
Protect your digital legacy before you die, or risk beloved photos, memories and even cold, hard cash from disappearing down the back of the internet.
How to get ready for Christmas without breaking the bank
Here’s some top tips for making your Christmas money work for you so you can celebrate in style without worrying about debt
Has Covid left you paying for insurance you can’t use?
For many of us, our insurance needs changed when COVID-19 hit. But that doesn’t mean you should be out of pocket.