The coronavirus outbreak has left many people in the UK unsure about their income and how they'll get money while we're in lockdown. So BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat has been speaking to experts at Citizens Advice England to find out what you can do if you're worried about paying your bills. Read the full story … Continue reading Coronavirus and money: What if I can’t pay my bills?
Is student debt as bad as it sounds? Radio 1 Newsbeat's teamed up with BBC Reality Check to look into how much of an impact student loans have on life after university. Read the full article here.
The day we've been waiting for all year has finally come around - the budget's been announced. Ok - that might be a stretch but the government has outlined what it's going to do with its money for the next few years. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond stood in Parliament for more than an … Continue reading Budget 2018: Wages, mental health support and universal credit
Chancellor Philip Hammond is in charge of the UK's finances and will be delivering his Budget statement. That's where he'll set out how he intends to spend the country's money over the next year and beyond. And with his party desperate to appeal to young voters, this is the one to pay attention to.
Vulnerable people in debt shouldn't be visited at their homes by bailiffs, according to one charity. The Money Advice Trust found that bailiffs were used more than two million times last year. Paige Causewell, 26, lives on her own and was visited by a bailiff for some unpaid council tax earlier this year.
British low-cost airline Monarch has gone out of business, leaving thousands of employees without a job. They had no warning. But some people in the aviation business aren't totally surprised by the news. Read the full article on BBC Newsbeat.
What if you could make tiny changes to your student life that would make a big difference to your cash flow? Read the full article on Guardian Students here.
Choose your flatmates well, chat with current tenants and don’t let landlords pressure you into signing anything too soon. Read the full article on Guardian Students here.
After BBC Panorama found "chaos" in one of the biggest prisons in England, Newsbeat spoke to an ex-prison officer about how easy it is to smuggle illegal goods into different categories of prisons. Read the full article on BBC Newsbeat here.
2016 saw the highest number of first-time home buyers in nine years. How were young people able to buy their own homes for the first time last year? Click here to read the full article on BBC Newsbeat.
Petrol prices in the UK have risen to the highest they've been for 18 months. With prices expected to carry on rising over the next two weeks, Newsbeat spoke to some experts on how to save money on your fuel bill. Read the full story on BBC Newsbeat here.
Inflation could reach 4% by the end of next year, say the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. But why would this be worse for under-30s? Read the full article on BBC Newsbeat here.