Help YourShelf to...Books

Have a look at some of our books related to finance. All of the titles are available in our RGU Library collection, so you can borrow them whenever you would like. Just click on the title of the book and you will be taken to the book page on our LibrarySearch tool.


Based on decades of research and years of hands-on experience with people from all walks of life, LOADED is a must-read for anyone who finds themselves caught between the desire to thrive financially and the complex emotions and conflicting priorities that money so often brings to our lives.

Miguel Barclay's One Pound Meals

With his budget-friendly style, Miguel has created mouthwatering meals made with yet more of his clever cooking cheats and hacks.

Essential Personal Finance

A guide to all the key areas of personal finance: budgeting, managing debt, savings and investments, insurance, securing a home and laying the foundations for retirement.

Personal Finance

Equipping students with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate their personal finances confidently; this book takes the fear out of financial planning.

Help YourShelf to...Videos

There are many helpful videos about dealing with finances, but these were some of our favourites. We hope they will help you! Have you stumbled upon a video which helped you? Let us know and we'll share it here!

Advice for Students from Students

Adulting 101 for College Students


Help YourShelf to...Podcasts

The Meaningful Money Podcast

The MeaningfulMoney Podcast goes out weekly, and is a more in-depth look at the different aspects of personal financial planning.

Cash Chats

Cash Chats is a weekly podcast Andy hosts to help you with your finances. He’s joined for these friendly and accessible conversations by a member or friend the UK Money Blogger community to cover topics as diverse as freebies and investments.

It's Your Money

Brought by The Telegraph, It's Your Money is a money advice podcast hosted by journalists Sam Brodbeck and Laura Miller.

Financial Wellbeing Podcast

They say that with age comes wisdom. Actor and writer David Lloyd and financial planner Chris Budd struggle manfully to prove the theory - only occasionally calling into question the accuracy of their birth certificates. They talk about happiness, money and how to use one to make the other.

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