Money saving tips

Money saving tips

The best money saving tips to help you hold on to more of your cash. Don't miss out - find out how to save more money today!

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Kirsty’s money saving tip: homemade baby food

This week's winning money saving tip comes from Kirsty, who has saved potentially hundreds of pounds by making her own baby food. "It can...
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10 ways to save money on your days out with the kids

Is a picnic in the park really a cheap day out? The sun comes out and we find ourselves rounding the troupe up for...

How to teach your teens to pay for themselves

Teenage wants are notoriously expensive. But pleasing them doesn’t have to mean haemorrhaging your bank account! Here are some tips to make it work...
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Redundancy insurance or illness protection?

If money were no object, I would think it fair to assume that we would all have insurance coming out of our ears –...
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How to save on your water bill

Here’s the bad news: The average water and sewerage bill in England and Wales will rise by nearly 6% from April to about £376...
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Best savings rates: why you should look before you leap

Savings interest rates are not so good at the moment. Whilst they have been creeping up ever so slightly, they still remain woefully low;...
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Top 3 deals for personal loans

Now I don’t want to encourage anyone into debt, but there are times when we all need to borrow money. A 0% credit card is...
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Samaira’s money saving tip: loyalty points

This week’s money saving tip comes from Samaira, who tells us how to save with loyalty points on your shopping. Loyalty card savings “I do...
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Share your money saving tips and MAKE MONEY!

Our ‘Money saving tips’ section is full of tips and ideas from MyFamilyClub readers on how you’ve managed to save money in your daily...
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How telematics technology can halve your car insurance

Would you like a black box fitted to your car to monitor your every motoring move? It sounds a bit creepy, but the latest...
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