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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Why joint life insurance isn’t better than individual insurance policies

When taking out life insurance to cover our mortgage or protect our family, most couples sign up for ‘Joint Life’ policies. But is this...

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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How to lower your energy costs with the Big Switch

A new scheme has been launched that could mean lower energy costs for your family all with a simple, free and no-obligation sign up....
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How to keep your money away from the tax man

In a few short weeks it will be the end of the tax year 2011-2012 (on 5 April).  If you are in a position...
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How to beat inflation with the right savings account

Savers suffer when inflation runs high, so there was some relief when the rate of inflation slowed to 3.6% last month, down from 4.2%...
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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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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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How to enjoy Valentine’s Day on a budget

One of our biggest worries is how much stress family life puts on the relationship we have with our partner. Having children puts pressure...
what if I haven't made a Will

What to do if you haven’t made a Will

Everybody should make a Will, however if you have not got round to doing this yet, there are still precautions that you can take...
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How to set up your safety net

Investing money for the long term – perhaps your children’s education, or your own retirement – is a vital part of your financial planning;...
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