It's possible to move home even if you can only scrape together a 5 per cent deposit, provided you shop around for a mortgage. Money journalist Neil Faulkner explains how.
Nearly half of first-time buyers are considering shared ownership, according to new research by Lloyds TSB. Neil Faulkner looks at how these schemes work and the drawbacks.
There are lots of different uses for credit cards and loans, making them suitable for almost everyone – even if you don't need to borrow. Lenders offer a variety of deals to suit your requirements.
When you've built up a retirement pot, there are three main ways that you either could or should get an income from it.
Many don’t like introductory bonus rates on savings accounts as it’s easy to forget when they run out – leaving customers earning a pitiful rate of interest. But there are pros, as we explain.
What happens to your debt when you die? We answer five common questions about borrowing and debt.
Neil Faulkner waded his way through a mountain of claims as a paralegal before moving on to be an insurance consultant and claims manager. He is a long-term investor, and one-time property owner and landlord. He writes about property, investing, insurance, consumer issues, and helping people get out of debt misery. View more from Neil
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