Student to borrow more and get less

  Frozen student loan threshold means graduates will pay £306[1] more a year by 2021 Bigger loans from next year mean graduates will pay back for even longer Rent rises in average halls mean that even with bigger loans, students

2015/16 Student Moneymanual out today!

Today, The Money Charity, the UK’s leading financial education charity, announced the official launch of the 2015/16 edition of The Student Moneymanual. With their 2015 report Not free at the point of entry: the reality of paying up-front for university

Why we need to keep pension tax relief

Over the summer the Treasury asked interested groups and people from around the country to have their say on how pensions ought to be taxed. We responded by defending the current principle of up-front tax relief on money you put

University students ‘Set up to fail’

At 28% of universities a student from a low-income background in England would have to pay more than half of their support on even the cheapest accommodation In some parts of the UK, the cheapest available university accommodation leaves the

Leading UK Financial Capability charity changes its name

26th September 2013 – Credit Action, the UK’s leading financial capability charity, today announced that it will be changing its name to The Money Charity. Effective from 14th October 2013, the name change seeks to better reflect what the organisation