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Are you open to banking in a new way?

UK banking is going through a big shakeup that could make it easier for you to control your money. What changes are involved an...

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How to save money as a student

Wondering how to save money as a student? From where you live to how you live, small changes can make a big difference. There a...

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How to save money on food

Find out how to save money on food in the supermarket, at the office and at home with our handy guide. Eating healthy on a budg...

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Year in year out : Our tips on how to get out of bad habits with money

Don’t let your life become an adaptation of the Bill Murray classic Groundhog Day. Finding yourself in the same unfavoura...

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Creative, low cost date ideas that would spark any date night!

Depending on when you’re reading this blog, you may or may not have Valentine’s day on your mind- a holiday associa...

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The extra costs of being single and how to beat them

Whether you’re recently on the market or in the midst of a three-year dry spell, there are a few money saving measures th...

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5 ways to save money fast that can all be done today

Maybe you’re saving for a dream holiday or just a new pair of shoes, or are just trying to be a proper grown-up who saves...

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Debt & Budgeting

Simple money saving tips around the house

Once you rent or own your own home you become aware that there is way more to pay than your landlord or mortgage providers. Gas...

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Savvy Living

How to save money on food

Find out how to save money on food in the supermarket, at the office and at home with our handy guide. Eating healthy on a budg...

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Savvy Living

How to save money as a student

Wondering how to save money as a student? From where you live to how you live, small changes can make a big difference. There a...

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Are you open to banking in a new way?

UK banking is going through a big shakeup that could make it easier for you to control your money. What changes are involved an...

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