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The Warm Homes Discount scheme provided support to some 2.3 million customers last winter.

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Around half of people who complain to their energy supplier feel unfairly treated and unsatisfied.

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As Lloyds Bank announce more closures, what does this mean for financial accessibility and inclusion?

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More than half of renters want to become homeowners, but don't think they can ever afford it.

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Most of us face a much longer working life - and a much less certain retirement afterwards.

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It promises simpler and more flexible benefits - but the roll-out is well behind schedule.

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Supermarket bank introduces unsecured personal loans of £35,000 over up to five years.

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With the cost of dying now almost £8,500, 14% of people are struggling to cover the expense.

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Getting paid to make your own electricity - how the feed-in tariff works for customers.

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Damage to family life, health, and work life caused by problem debt costs an estimated £8.3 billion.

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