Money Wellness


Get all the latest news and expert advice on the money matters that matter to you. Rent, mortgages, bills, benefits and more. 

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Money Saver

18 Aug 2023

Tesco shoppers warned to use vouchers or lose out as deadline looms

Tesco Clubcard holders urged to use vouchers before the expire in two weeks' time

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17 Aug 2023

Low-income families missing out on social tariff savings

A recent study has found low-income families are missing out on help from on social tariffs as they're unaware they exist. Find out all about social tariffs here and how they could help you

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17 Aug 2023

Millions on benefits to get a £10 cash boost this Christmas

Millions of people on benefits set to get a one-off £10 cash bonus this Christmas. Find out if you qualify and when you'll receive the boost

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Money Saver

17 Aug 2023

Sainsbury’s named cheapest uniform retailer for 2023

Which? has named Sainsbury's the cheapest retailer for school uniform in its annual review. Find out how the others fared and what help is available if you can't afford uniform

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money booster

17 Aug 2023

DWP urges pensioners to check they’re not missing out on £3,500 worth of support

The DWP launches a campaign to target thousands of pensioners who could be missing out on extra financial support

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16 Aug 2023

Single parents urged to write to their MPs about how changes to universal credit in autumn will affect their family

Increasing parents working threshold to universal credit to 30 hours will penalise single parents, according to charity, Single Parent Rights

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Money Wellness

16 Aug 2023

Money Wellness responds to today’s inflation figures – 16th August 2023

Inflation fell to 6.8% today with food and energy prices easing slightly. Many low-income households won't feel the benefit. This is our response to today's figures

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Inflation falls to 6.8% - what does it mean for your household budget?

The rate that prices are rising has fallen again - bringing a little more relief to household budgets - but the rate is still stubbornly high and much more than the Bank of England’s target rate of 2%.

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