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How much would classic footballers cost in today’s transfer market?

Gone are the days when a million pounds could get a half decent player, in 2017, it’s become the norm for top flight club...

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Bucket list journal competition T&C’s 13th-20th October 2017

Terms & Conditions 1. By submitting your entry, you agree to be bound by the following terms and...

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You’re engaged! How to party after popping the question

Throwing an engagement party is by no means a necessity, but it can be a lot of fun. It’s a great way to celebrate the ne...

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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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When really is the best time to buy a new car? Get the diary at the re...

The weather, getting rid of old stock and the day of the week all play a huge part in what dealers will do with their prices....

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Money natters: Louise Dwyer tells us how she saved up for her worldwid...

Based in Clapham, south London, with her best friend, and enjoys festivals, holidays, and all the quirky events the big city ha...

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Tying up all your loose ends before take-off: How prepared are you?

Before you jet off to enjoy the journey of a lifetime you need to make sure a host of things are sorted and that certain things...

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10 Budget Saving Party Ideas for Little People

It’s no secret that kid’s parties have the potential to be expensive and parents can currently be found spending an...

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Costing your car: Make your budget bang on the money

Whether you’re buying a banger or a beemer, a new car needs budgeting for. After you’ve splashed out for ...

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Fantastic Plastic: Should you put a car on a credit card?

When buying a new set of wheels, many people fail to consider paying on credit card. If you’re geeky about your...

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