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Diary insert with February 29. Will you get paid to work this leap year or will you be working for free?

28 Feb 2024

Does the leap year mean you miss out on a day’s pay?

Will you get paid for the extra working day in the month this February or will you be working for free?

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Money Saver

28 Feb 2024

Train fare prices rising on 3rd March

This Sunday, train fare prices are set to go up by 4.9% in England. Find out how you can buy cheaper train tickets.

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Gen Z are twice as likely to get their news from social media than traditional outlets

New research has found that 18-24 year olds prefer to get their news from TikTok rather than the BBC

Image of the red budget briefcase. 5 things we'd like to see in the budget to help financially vulnerable households
cost of living

28 Feb 2024

6 things we’d like to see in the spring budget to help financially vulnerable households

This time next week, Jeremy Hunt will have delivered his spring budget. Here's some changes we'd like to see to support millions of financially vulnerable households

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bills

28 Feb 2024

Broadband and mobile prices set to rise by 8.8% in April

You could get hit with price hikes of up to 8.8% as many major providers have now confirmed price rises. Find out why, and if you can find a cheaper deal elsewhere.

Image of someone counting coins into a purse. One in five fail to move from tax credits to universal credit and have payments stopped
benefits

27 Feb 2024

One in five tax credit claimants have their benefits stopped

21% of people claiming legacy benefits have had their payments stopped because they’ve failed to move to complete the migration process to universal credit

A smiling piggy bank sits on top of a calculator with cash beside it
cost of living

27 Feb 2024

Poorest households have less than £1,000 in savings

The Resolution Foundation warns the cost-of-living crisis is stopping poorest households from building up financial resilience. Find out if you're eligible for a Help to Save account.

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Switching current accounts: everything you need to know

With banks offering up to £200 for your custom, find out everything you need to know about switching current accounts.

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