Hull Money | A Culture of Fairness

Welcome To Hull Money – A Culture of Fairness

We want to make things fairer.

Hull Money can help you build up your financial well-being by giving you freedom to make choices about your money.

This site will help residents of Hull access alternatives to high cost credit, bank accounts, saving accounts and it will also share with you some top tips on how to save money or boost your income.

Hull Money is not about creating a demand for credit but about creating new alternatives. Hull Money is a financial broker and not a lender.

About Hull Money

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Spruce up your savings!

If you are entitled to certain benefits, you may be eligible to get a bonus of 50p for every £1 you save over 4 years.

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Events in Hull

U Current Account

U Current Account

U provides a much-needed alternative to traditional banking, helping all kinds of people across the UK, not only to avoid unfair fees, but to actively improve their financial health. U comes with a bunch of nifty built-in features and functionalities.

Hull City Council

Hull City Council

Hull City Council is the governing body for the unitary authority and city of Kingston upon Hull. Hull City Council supports Hull Money in its aim to introduce practical and accessible lower cost alternatives to the residents of Hull.

Hull & East Yorkshire Credit Union

Hull & East Yorkshire Credit Union

A not-for-profit financial co-operative serving the people of Hull, East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire and selected employers with fair and responsible savings and loans.

Hull CVS

Hull CVS

Conduit

Conduit

Conduit are a responsible lender offering fair and affordable personal loans and who present an alternative solution to high cost credit.

Fair For You

Fair For You

Fair for You is the UK's No.1 Trusted Flexible Credit Provider, and double award winners including Consumer Credit Champions 2017.

Five Lamps

Five Lamps

Five Lamps are a Social Enterprise who deliver a wide range of services to over 25,000 socially and financially excluded individuals each year.

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