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.


Using our subreddit

Read here for how to get the most out of our subreddit.

Read and respect our rules – Failure to do so may result in posts and comments being removed and users being banned.

UKPF Main Wiki/FAQs

I have £x, what should I do?

A step-by-step approach to the thought process when dealing with your money (either a lump sum or spare income).

The UKPersonalFinance Flowchart

This is the starting point to 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.

Recommended Resources

A collection of books, online articles, video series and podcasts recommended by /r/ukpersonalfinance regulars. A great place to start your personal finance education.

Credit Ratings

Inspired by the MoneySavingExpert team

Compound Interest

Its incredible power and the importance of starting saving early

Investment fees, what they are and why they matter

Information/a rant about fees

Some Questions and Answers about Funds

/u/pflurklurk’s Q&A series on funds.

Constructing Your Own Global Equity Tracker

Guide by /u/RemarkableTiro on how to construct your own global equity tracker.

National Insurance

/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)


All things LISA

Making the most of Current Accounts and Credit Cards

Exchange Rate and Market Timing Questions

These post types are banned. This Wiki entry explains why.

Budget Summaries

Glossary of Personal Finance Terms

There are a couple of useful glossary’s of terms for UK investors online. Rather than replicate these, it makes more sense just to link to these:

Schroders UK “Simple Guide to Investment Terms”

Investopedia’s Investment Dictionary