Money Advice Service is a free and impartial money advice service, set up by the government. They provide advice and guides to help improve your finances. Get in touch with them at no cost by clicking the ‘More Info’ button, to be led straight to their website and contact information.

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Banks are for-profit enterprises, while credit unions are non-profits. Credit unions usually provide better customer service than banks do; however they also offer higher interest rates on deposits, lower rates on loans and lower fees. Click ‘search’ to find the right credit union for you in your area.

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Get free, confidential and independent advice on dealing with debt problems in the UK. Click the button to go straight to the government provided National Debt Helpline website. 
 

Telephone: 0808 808 4000
Fax: 0121 410 6230
Monday to Friday, 9am to 8pm
Saturday, 9:30am to 1pm

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MoneySuperMarket strive to get their service users the best deal and negotiate offers on your behalf; making it as easy and stress-free as possible for you. They are not owned by an insurance company, so they are able to focus on what is right for their customers. Moreover they assure you that your personal details are fully protected and will not be given to any outside company. 

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Money Saving Expert is more of a journalistic website that aim to provide the best money saving guides, tips, tools and techniques. Though they are a good starting point in knowing how to be smart with your money, their information should not be substituted for financial advice. Click the button to be informed of wise money-saving options; however remember to still seek advice specific to your circumstances.

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Retirement Line is said to be the UK's largest annuity broker. They are committed to helping you make the most of your pension savings. They have the experience and expertise to make a real difference to your annuity income in retirement.

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