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'I set an alarm to check my statements every month': 8 readers share their best budgeting tips
QUIZ: How much do you know about buying safe toys this Christmas?
QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About Returning Online Buys?
QUIZ: How safe is your home for your kids?
QUIZ: How safe is your home for kids?
‘LTV... Is that Live TV?’: We asked people how much they know about mortgages
‘I saved thousands in a few years’: One homeowner on why they switched mortgage - plus how you can too
Mortgage expert or beginner borrower? See how your knowledge compares to other readers
‘Isn't PCP connected to the internet?’ We asked people what they really know about car finance
'Don't be tempted by low monthly repayments’: An expert helps one reader decide on car finance
Is car finance confusing, or a piece of cake? Rate your experience here
'A well-known retailer won't let me return something, what are my options?'
‘I bought a coat online but the zip is broken’: An expert explains what your rights are
'My fixed-rate is ending and I’m thinking of switching mortgage - what should I know?’
QUIZ: Can you spot fact from fiction when it comes to car finance?
'I need a new car and PCP seems too good to be true - is it?': An expert weighs in
9 things you should know about online shopping (from a consumer rights expert)
QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About Your Online Shopping Rights?
5 common beliefs about mortgages that are actually total myths
Is your money going up in smoke? Here’s how you could save on your mortgage
QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Your Online Consumer Rights?
Could you be saving money on your mortgage?