Help with the cost of living

Right now, there seems to be a never-ending narrative around the rise in living costs which, for many, might leave us feeling uncertain about our financial futures. There is so much help, advice and support out there, but it’s just knowing where to look for this.

Here, you’ll find information on what support is there for you, hints, tips, and tricks on how to make your money go further as well as expert financial guidance from our friends at Wesleyan, all to help you manage your money better and create financial fitness and resilience.

Financial Budgeting Tools

Inflation calculator

Use Wesleyans’ inflation calculator to see how inflation can impact your cash savings.

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Money helper: pension calculator

How much do you need in retirement and how much are you going to have? Those are the questions Money helpers’ pension calculator will help you answer.

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Mental health and money advice

Clear, practical advice and support for people experiencing issues with mental health and money.

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Citizens Advice: Get help with the cost of living

Check out what help you might be eligible to receive from the Government or your local council to afford the essentials.

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Financial Planning

How can dentists best prepare their finances

Dental Regional Manager at Wesleyan Financial Services, Neil Richardson, talks through the current economic climate and how dental professionals can best prepare for what this year may bring.

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Tax hacks for dentists

Listen to Wesleyan Financial Services Specialist Financial Adviser, Magdelena Harding, discussing allowances that are available for tax-efficient savings.

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Top five health risks preventing dentists from working

Adam Thompson, Specialist Financial Adviser from Wesleyan Financial Services, shares recent research revealing the most common ailments that forced dentists to make a claim for income protection and what may be worth being aware of to protect your financial stability.

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The big pension shake-up – what’s changing?

This tax year will bring about a plethora of changes. Here, specialist financial adviser at Wesleyan Financial Services, Paul Barnfather, explains the changes that are coming into effect and a breakdown of what you may need to consider for future retirement planning.

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Ways to Save Money

35 ways to save money on groceries

Have a read of 'Mums Make Lists' where they share 35 shopping tips on the easiest ways for the average person or family to save money on food and non-food groceries when doing a weekly supermarket shop.

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How can I save money on my weekly shop?

For many households, food shopping is among the biggest weekly expenses — and prices are continuing to rise. As the cost of living continues to squeeze household budgets, here are some tips from 'Upday' for saving money on your weekly shop.

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Aldi Mob: delicious meal from £4.19 or less

Feed the family for less with recipes you can make at home at affordable, inflation-busting prices.

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How to save on insurance as the cost-of-living increases

Insurance is something that can often be overlooked when budgeting. Kabir Ahmed, Commercial Manager at Wesleyan, looks at ways you can save on your insurance costs.

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Ways to Save on Energy

Heat the human, not the home. Ways to save on your energy bill

Martin Lewis, The Money Saving Expert, shares his advice on how to save energy and stay warm by ‘heating the human, not the home’ and the cheapest way to do it.

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Energy saving tips and tricks

Read Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ commonly asked questions he put to specialists at the Energy Saving Trust on how to save on your energy bills this winter.

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6 budget-friendly tips to save on your energy bills

Energy-saving efficiency measures don’t have to be expensive. Here, which.co.uk, provide their favourite cheap and free ways to help lower your bills.

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Struggling with energy costs?

Energy prices are already at an all-time high and will leave many struggling. This guide from Martin Lewis covers all the help available right now and where to go for one-on-one support.

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