The Money Advice Service is an independent service, set up by government to enhance the nation’s financial capability, improve consumer financial education, raise public understanding and knowledge of financial matters and develop the ability of people to manage their own financial affairs.
The Financial Conduct Authority has replaced the Financial Services Authority as the regulator tasked with promoting public understanding and consumer protection within the UK financial services industry.
Impartial UK government information on state and private pensions. Part of the Department for Work and Pensions, whether you are retired, approaching retirement or planning ahead for retirement.
Formerly known as the Inland Revenue
Provides H M Treasury news releases and publications, details of the Budget, economic policy and indicators.
Online version of the Financial Times
Credit Action is a national money education charity which offers a range of resources, tools and training to help everybody handle their money well, with a particular emphasis on those most vulnerable to financial difficulties.
Set up by Parliament, the Financial Ombudsman Service is the UK’s official expert in sorting out problems with financial services.