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Getting to grips with a £32,220 student debt – and how you can lighten the load

As graduates start their first jobs and face a raft of new bills, tackling the loan mountain can seem insurmountable After three years at university Vic Froggett has started in her first job and…

I lost £1,165 to eBay fraudster when selling my electric guitar

The buyer of my Fender Stratocaster claimed there was no guitar in the case as soon as he received it Can you help with an eBay/PayPal disaster. In June I decided to sell…

Here’s help to decide which of two Isas is the best to buy into

A million people have taken out the help-to-buy Isa, but there’s another option for savers The government is hailing the success of the help-to-buy Isa, with figures released today which show that a…

TalkTalk scam victims move closer to class-action lawsuit

Information commissioner’s ruling on data breach strengthens case against broadband provider Lawyers acting for around 50 people defrauded by scammers after a major data breach at TalkTalk in 2014 are discussing their next…

Energy customers overpaying to the tune of £102m

Bill blunders meant more than a quarter of households paid an amount that didn’t reflect their meter readings Almost 1.3 million energy customers were collectively overcharged £102m – the equivalent of more than…

What’s the best site for buying wine online?

Majestic, Waitrose, Naked … I don’t know where to start Every week a Guardian Money reader submits a question, and it’s up to you to help him or her out – a selection…

How to reform student finance? Let’s start with interest rates

If it was a bank, we’d brand the 6.1% interest rate shameless profiteering Student loans are overpriced, badly administered and probably mis-sold. If they were a financial product that we unpick in the…

A free railcard or a £2,000 overdraft? How to pick the best student account

Two things are vital to help you make the correct choice – the giveaways on offer and the amount of interest-free overdraft you’ll receive and when School leavers found out this week which…

Metric meter and imperial bills leave Scottish Power confused

I have emailed and sent photos to explain what the problem is, but to no avail Scottish Power seems to think I live in a blast furnace and use £400 worth of gas…

Generation rent: why I’ll never live in a house with dedicated shoe storage

Trying to find a pair of shoes in the three-layer-deep shoe stack beneath my clothes rail would no longer be a problem • Every week, a member of generation rent writes about her…

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