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Tools and resources - Useful links

Useful links


Here's a list of useful links to other websites that cover a wide range of money issues. Just click on the links below to find out more.

The Money Advice Service

The Money Advice Service provides impartial information about money and related issues, with step-by-step guides and tools to help you work out what's right for you.

Visit the Money Advice Service™ website

 
Financial health check

This health check from the Money Advice Service is a general guide to helping you identify your financial needs and make your financial decisions.

Visit the Money Advice Service™ website

 
GOV.UK

GOV.UK is the UK government's digital service bringing together information and practical advice about all our public services in one place.

Visit the GOV.UK website

 
Pensions and retirement planning

Find out what you're entitled to and learn about your saving options.

Visit the GOV.UK website

 
HM Treasury

Her Majesty's Treasury (commonly known as HM Treasury) is the United Kingdom's economics and finance ministry.

Visit the HM Treasury website

 
Financial capability

Financial capability refers to our ability as consumers to understand our financial circumstances, including planning ahead, finding and using information, and knowing when and how to get advice. This part of the FCA's website provides more detail on this subject.

Visit the FCA website


Financial inclusion

The Government's key goals for financial inclusion are about ensuring that everyone has access to appropriate financial services. Find out more about the action plan for achieving this.


Personal inflation calculator

A web-based tool that allows you to calculate an inflation rate based on your personal expenditure patterns, rather than the averages used in published statistics. It's designed to help you to understand more about inflation and how it affects you, and also to contribute to the debate about inflation measurement.

Visit the Office for National Statistics website

 

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