To help you understand your finances, the Money Advice Service have assembled some useful online tools. They don't take long to complete, are completely confidential, and will quickly give you some tips for a healthier financial lifestyle:
- Financial healthcheck - to help you sort out your finances.
- Debt test - to help you find out whether you have - or are likely to have - problems with your borrowing.
- Budget planner - to help you work out how much money you have coming in and what you're spending it on.
Insurance helps protect you against unpredictable risks. The following links will take you to information on different types of insurance and how to shop around for it. There is also a section explaining what information you will receive once you have chosen a policy and your rights once you have bought it.
To learn more, please visit the Money Advice Service website.
The Money Advice Service is here to help you manage your money better. It offers free, unbiased information and advice, which means it won't try to sell you anything. You can get this in print, online, over the phone and face to face. It also provides free tailored money advice to help you make choices at key points of your life, whatever your circumstances. The Money Advice Service is not affiliated to UIA (Insurance) Ltd.