Going green doesn't have to be expensive. In fact, you can make money when you take advantage of these environmentally friendly schemes – helping you to combat climate change and benefit your bank balance.
Living on a low income is hard. Find out how to save money and live well by clicking on the toolbar buttons above for information on making healthy, low cost meals, cutting your energy bills, and lots of great ways to make money and cut costs. Most of our recipes cost under £1 per portion and all our tips can help.
The internet is a great place to spend time and money, but with a bit of creative thinking there are plenty of ways to make pennies and pounds online.
If you're buying a bigger item you want to get the best price. A price alert site will help you compare sellers and save you money.
If you're still running a car the costs are likely to be a big part of your weekly spend. Find some great tips on saving money here.
We all need it, and it is one of the biggest items of expenditure for those on a low income. So any savings ideas could make a big difference.
Whether you rent or own, your home could help give you an income in your time of need.
Getting discounts off new goods is one way of saving money, but have you thought about swapping and sharing with others to save even more?
Living on a low income means you need to save money wherever you can. Here are 10 tips to help you do just that.
Making a spending plan - and sticking to it - is a sensible way of dealing with the lower income that comes with unemployment or economic inactivity.
With Christmas and new year over for another 12 months, many of us will now be trying to repay the debts we've run up. Which? Money experts round up 10 ways to cut the cost of borrowing in 2012.