Easy credit score tip can give 5.1 million people a ‘one-off’ boost | Personal Finance | Finance

Millions of people can benefit from a “one-off” credit score boost, thanks to the snap General Election in July. According to data from MoneySuperMarket’s Credit Monitor tool, the average credit score for people who are registered to vote is 41 points higher than the average score for those who are not. Registering on the electoral roll is More...

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Legal & General chief’s strategy revamp fails to wow the market | City & Business | Finance

Legal & General’s new chief executive Antonio Simoes is to overhaul its investment division and target UK and US workplace pensions in a bid to boost its returns. Mr Simoes, who replaced long-servicing More...

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Martin Lewis: Five steps for a couple to get almost £80,000 pensions boost | Personal Finance | Finance

Martin Lewis has urged Britons to urgently consider buying back missing National Insurance years to ensure they have the maximum state pension available. He says anyone aged over 40 should investigate finding More...

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Martin Lewis warns everyone must check two documents due to holiday rule change | Personal Finance | Finance

Martin Lewis is urging everyone going on holiday this summer to check two vital documents before they travel after a rule change. Martin, returning on his ITV1 The Martin Lewis Money Show on Tuesday, told viewers More...

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BT, Virgin and Sky customers on Universal Credit handed £300 off broadband bills | Personal Finance | Finance

Customers at major providers including BT, TalkTalk and Sky are being offered as much as £300 a year off their broadband bills thanks to a little known Universal Credit loophole. Broadband firms, including More...

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DWP issues new PIP letter to thousands as face-to-face assessments scrapped | Personal Finance | Finance

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has made a significant announcement, stating that “in most cases” individuals approaching the end of their decade-long Personal Independence Payment (PIP) More...

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Martin Lewis issues ‘eviction’ warning to anyone with mould in house | Personal Finance | Finance

Money expert Martin Lewis has issued an ‘eviction’ warning to anyone who finds mould or damp in their property. Those who rent privately from a landlord could find themself on the receiving end of More...

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Everyone born in these years to get £600 boost from DWP pension rule | Personal Finance | Finance

Everyone born in these years will get a boost to their state pension worth over £600 a year. That’s because the Triple Lock forecasts show that the benefit is set to increase by 5.7% next year, or a handy More...

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DWP PIP payments: How to know you’re entitled to £737 every single month | Personal Finance | Finance

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has released the latest figures, revealing that a staggering 3.5 million adults in Great Britain are now recipients of Personal Independence Payment (PIP), with 218,859 More...

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Jeremy Hunt aims to tweak Child Benefit up to £120k earners | Personal Finance | Finance

The Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has put workers on salaries of £100,000 plus at the top of his list of priorities should the Conservatives win the election. Mr Hunt, who is among a group of prominent MPs who face More...