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Financial jargon sounding like riddles? Here's how to get clued up.

Not getting anywhere with all these big jargon words? Fear not. Here’s a handy guide to translating it.

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Savvy Living

Money natters: Exclusive interview with budding actor Freddie Wilson

He’s now trying to navigate the tricky tight-rope of going forward in his passion for acting, while earning a crust to be...

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Savvy Living

How household bills can help your credit score

Whoever thought paying bills could be a positive. Got bad or no credit history, your household bills are here to help.

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Smart Saving

Smart saving on your mobile phone contract

Research by bill monitoring service Onedox shows that one in four mobile phone users are out of contract but still pa...

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Savvy Living

Peer-to-Peer finance can make (& save) you money

It involves, indirectly, borrowing money from a member of the public; someone who has a bit of spare cash lying around and who ...

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Savvy Living

How to catch up with friends, without it costing an arm & a leg.

“Fancy meeting up for dinner and a pint?” is a feared question when you’re teetering at the edge of your over...

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Financial Goals

What money milestones should you be hitting?

As much fun as there is to be had in your twenties and thirties, it’s important that you don’t neglect looking afte...

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Savvy Living

How to get the most out of your unloved goods. It's time to say bye.

If your funds have depleted to depths not frequented by even deep sea creatures, then perhaps you can claw some money together ...

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Savvy Living

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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