Money Dashboard is a free online personal financial management service in the United Kingdom. It provides users with the ability to view all of their online financial accounts in one place and categorises and analyses all of their transactions so they can understand how they use money. The app aims to help consumers make better financial decisions and budget for the future.

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  • Christmas is a wonderful time of the year –  for those who celebrate it, it’s time to relax, put on your Christmas socks and spend quality time with loved ones. It may also mean last minute shopping madness and transactions flying out of your bank account! Since many of you …

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  • There are a number of fees and charges you might need to pay if you’re taking out a mortgage. These include mortgage broker fees, adviser fees, valuation fees, arrangement fees and more. Use our handy mortgage costs table to find out how they all work and how much you might …

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  • Once you know how much you can borrow and the deposit required, you need to compare the mortgages available on the market. This means looking at more than just mortgage rates and making sure you pick a product that makes sense for your lifestyle. Use this checklist to help you …

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  • With so many things to arrange, it’s easy to overlook the actual costs of making the house move itself. Planning ahead can help to reduce an already stressful day. Here’s our quick checklist of top tips to think about if you’e planning to move home, whether you’re renting or buying. …

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  • Want to know more about the government’s Help to Buy scheme and how it might affect you? We answer some of the most frequently asked questions. Does Help to Buy make it easier for me to buy a property? It may if you have at least a 5% deposit saved, …

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  • We hope not! But believe it or not someone tried to claim last year for their Shih Tzu guard dog! Of course that is not tax deductible, but if you are self-employed it’s important to ensure you’re aware of the various categories of expenses that you may deduct so you …

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  • Money Dashboard can be an effective aid to help you manage not only your personal finances, but also keep on top of your business expenses and support you if you are filing for self-assessment tax. Firstly, you’ll need to make sure all your accounts are connected & refreshed. To be …

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  • What is the most important date in the tax year to remember? 5 April to ensure you finish the tax year as efficiently as possible? 31 January to make sure your tax return is submitted and all tax is paid on time? It’s important not to miss the key tax …

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  • Marriage allowance – what is it? In the 2013 Autumn Statement the then-Chancellor announced the introduction of a transferable tax allowance for married couples and civil partners – known as the marriage allowance – which then came into effect from April 2015.  Recent government figures suggest that there are approximately …

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  • If you’re unhappy with the service you got from your bank, financial adviser or any other financial company, it’s often easy to sort out. If talking things through doesn’t work, there’s always a formal way to complain – and if you’re still not happy, you can ask an independent service …

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  • Shared ownership schemes are a cross between buying and renting; aimed mainly at first-time buyers. You own a share and then rent the part you don’t own at a reduced rate. Read on to find out how they work and how to apply. How shared ownership works With shared ownership, …

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  • Read our guide to Scotland’s home buying schemes including Help to Buy and Shared Ownership, and see if you can buy your own home using one of the schemes. Help to Buy ? The Mortgage Guarantee Scheme closed to new loans as of 31 December 2016. Help to Buy (Scotland) …

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  • To get a good mortgage deal with low interest rates, you often need a dauntingly big deposit. Follow our step-by-step guide on how to make saving for a house or flat manageable and turn your home-buying dream into reality. Step 1 – Weigh up your options ? Did you know? …

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  • If you are a council house or housing association tenant, you might be able to buy your home for less than its market rate. Here’s some information on the Right to Buy scheme and how to apply for it. Right to Buy How much will my discount be? The maximum …

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  • Several government schemes can help you buy a home. These include Help to Buy, Right to Buy and Shared Ownership. Read this article to find out more about them and how to apply. Help to Buy ? Use our Stamp Duty Calculator to work out how much you’ll pay when …

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  • If you took out an endowment policy in the 1980s or 1990s to repay your interest-only mortgage but you’re facing a shortfall it’s important to take action now. The longer you delay, the higher the cost of making up the shortfall. Here’s what you need to do now. Not sure …

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  • If you’ve fallen behind with your mortgage and fear losing your home, remember that there is help available. Don’t bury your head in the sand – it’s never too late to seek advice and get back on track. Contact your lender If you’ve missed mortgage payments, speak to your lender …

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  • NewBuy lets you buy a new-build home with a deposit of only 5% of the purchase price. Find out more about the government scheme and if you’re eligible to apply. Are you able to apply? To apply for this scheme the property you want to buy must be: A new-build …

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  • With the new year fast approaching, now is the time to set your goals and resolutions for 2018. Maybe you’d like to lose weight, eat healthier, or start writing a novel. Finance-wise, this might be the year you start saving up for that dream holiday or car, or just towards …

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  • What’s new? Planner is our major new section that lets you see where your total balance will be at any date in the future, across all your current, credit card and savings accounts. You can add predictions for any regular spending (such as bills) or one offs, as well as income (such as salary). If … Continue reading "v7: Predicting your finances just got easier"

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  • Most of us will use the weekly shop to buy our food supplies and stock up on household essentials, but how much are we spending on average? In the most recent Family Spending Report, it was found that the total average household expenditure was £531.30 per week. Of that total, £58.80 was being spent on … Continue reading "A Guide To Planning for the Weekly Shop"

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  • Having reached the half way point in our £1 million equity crowdfunding campaign, we’ve analysed the data from our first 1,000 investors and want to share some interesting insights as we push on to reach our target. We’re particularly pleased to have investors from all over the world. We’d love you to be one of … Continue reading "Our Crowdfunding campaign so far!"

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  • Budgeting is vital to achieving financial stability, and it starts with developing a good attitude towards saving. However, once you start out, it’s easy to fall into the trap of only budgeting month-to-month, and not reaping the benefits that would come with budgeting long-term. Doing so is more rewarding as it takes account of irregular … Continue reading "Why Can’t I Stick To My Budget?"

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  • Debt can be overwhelming, especially if you’re behind with several different payments at once. When it comes to scheduling repayments, it can be hard to strike the right balance. It can be easy to get disheartened, and resign yourself to constantly paying out. However, research into money repayment strategies has shown that if you start … Continue reading "Taking Control of Debt by Starting Small"

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