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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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Debt & Budgeting

Seven money management tips for newly married couples

As you set off into the distant horizon with your ‘Just Married’ tins clanging in the background, you’ll want...

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Financial Goals

This is the money 101 guide that married couples shouldn’t ignore.

Over a quarter of UK adults said that “money worries” were the cause of strain in their relationships, according to...

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Financial Goals

Going Dutch: The Pros and Cons of Joint Accounts

But is it always the best policy to share everything when it comes to money? When a couple takes a big step, such as ...

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Financial Goals

How to make a budget for a newly married couples: Things to consider

Whether you’re still picking out the confetti from your hair, or you’re not married but want to spend the rest of y...

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Debt & Budgeting

6 Financially savvy tips for a healthier bank balance

Up until a few years ago, I was pretty much in the dark about how to successfully manage my money. Debt was a consistent part o...

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Savvy Living

10 wedding details that simply aren’t worth the dough

Planning your wedding is undoubtedly one of the most exciting times of your life. But with the...

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Savvy Living

How to plan a wedding on a budget, while watching your wallet

If you tighten your purse strings, however, a big day doesn’t always have to have a big budget, and you might find that y...

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Savvy Living

How to enjoy your honeymoon without breaking the bank

Living your dream wedding is a wonderful feeling, and one that is hard to come down from. Planning a honeymoon you will both en...

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