Welcome to ukpersonal.finance! This is the new home of the wiki for /r/UKPersonalFinance on Reddit.
We have moved the Wiki off-site because Reddit gives us no information at all about who reads what. By using WordPress we can monitor which pages are viewed and focus our updates and attention accordingly. This should mean more regular updates.
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UKPF Main Wiki/FAQs
A step-by-step guide to the thought process for dealing with your money, whether a lump sum or spare income.
This is the starting point for answering most “what should I do with my money?” questions. The latest version can always be found here and at https://flowchart.ukpersonal.finance
How to start a budget. What software to use (if any). How to set budget goals.
A collection of books, online articles, video series and podcasts recommended by /r/ukpersonalfinance regulars. A great place to start your personal finance education.
Inspired by the MoneySavingExpert team, a discussion of credit ratings and reports.
Earning interest on interest; or Harnessing the Exponential and the Astounding Power of Saving Early.
Information/a rant about investment fees.
/u/pflurklurk’s Q&A series on funds.
Guide by /u/RemarkableTiro on how to construct your own global equity tracker.
/u/pflurklurk’s National Insurance Post
With changes coming thick and fast to the ISA rules, we try to make sense of them here (current as of 4th April 2016)
The Lifetime ISA is a specific type of ISA, with an additional government-provided bonus, but with more restrictions on withdrawals.
This post discusses how to take advantage of the various incentives and rewards offered by current account and credit card providers.
These post types are banned. This Wiki entry explains why.
- 2020 Spring Budget Megathread
- 2019 Autumn Budget Discussion
- 2017 Budget Discussion
- 2016 Budget Summary
- 2015 Autumn Statement Summary
- 2015 Summer Budget
- 2015 Budget
Glossary of Personal Finance Terms
There are a couple of useful glossaries of terms for UK investors online. Rather than replicate them, it makes more sense just to link to them: