As students across the country head back to university this month, British Gas has come up with some handy energy saving tips and “life hacks” for both saving money on energy bills and avoiding the common arguments over long showers or switching lights off.
Splittable is an iPhone and Android app aimed at housesharers looking to keep track of shared expenses.
A new app has been launched which is designed to help students manage their money.
The Student Loans Company has taken the unusual step of telephoning some of its customers to warn them they may be the victim of fraud.
The BBC has designed a simple calculator to give students repaying loans under the new system an idea of how much it may cost them to pay off their student loans.
Over half of students feel that the current resources being provided by banks to help manage their finances are simply inadequate, and they favour budgeting tools over the usual incentives.
Students are being warned to be vigilant when opening emails supposedly sent by the Student Loans Company.
Money Central has a list of the 10 most expensive and 10 cheapest University towns.
It’ll soon be the start of the University year, and for those thousands of freshers without a simple grasp of how to keep hold of their money, here are 4 debt traps that students can easily fall into.
If you’re currently preparing for University and are wondering which student bank account to sign up to, it’s worth reading the best student account reviews from the Student Finance blog.