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No matter what stage of life you're at, looking out for your finances is an important responsibility. A gung-ho attitude at an early age can have reciprocations when you're older, perhaps giving you a poor credit rating, or meaning you have to pay high interest rates on loans and mortgages. Similarly, a blasé approach in your first year of university - which will, generally speaking, be your cheapest - could mean you will start relying on an overdraft facility in your next years - which is best to be avoided. Here we have compiled as many useful links as possible to help you take control of your finances.
General Finance - Banking, Bills and Taxes

Student Finance - Banking and Budgeting

Student banking and budgeting made easy, the TSR way.

Student Finance - Funding and Support

We've got the advice to help you get the support you need.

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Applying for post-graduate study? Then it's even more important that you investigate all your funding options thoroughly, as there are no government funds or student loan company loans that have time delays on repayments.
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