Top money sites
TheSite.org picks the best of the bunch.
BBC: You and your money
Everything from debt and savings, to dealing with an inheritance. Includes articles from experts such as Alvin Hall, and an ask-the-experts facility.
Guardian student finance
Lots of case studies, sound advice, and a few quirky ideas for you stoods out there. Stuff for the parents, too, and they even dare to ask the question: "is it worth it?"
Money Central, Times Online:
All the latest news on money matters from where to get the best personal finance offers to how to avoid the worst kind of investments. Plus lots of 'best buy' tables featuring top rates for savings, mortgages and loans as well as a weekly money bulletin.
Website geared up with lots of consumer advice, and a supermarket for financial products. Has a useful online calculator to help you find the best value credit cards, mortgages, and savings accounts.
Completely independent and impartial site with good simple guides and fact sheets. They also have budget planners, and regularly updated information about the best deals on loans, banking, investments, and so on.
Journalist Martin Lewis set up this website to help consumers get the best deals and advice about all things related to money. Has a free weekly newsletter that has alerts of the latest offers and savings, as well as popular message boards.
National Debt Advice Foundation
A registered national debt charity offering a freephone helpline and an online debt analysis tool to help those affected by debt. Trained advisors are on hand to work out how to manage your debt and protect your assets.
Talk about debt
For free, unbiased, independent help with debts. Answer three questions online to be transferred to the best debt charity based on your situation, or click through the comprehensive Q&A section for instant answers to common debt questions.
The Motley Fool
Comprehensive site written by consumers for consumers. Articles and features to help you get out of debt, understand mortgages, invest without getting fleeced and much more. Message boards on all kinds of money topics from ISAs to money-saving tips.
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