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Credit card debt overflow? Tips on how best to pay it off

At times in life you may find that you have taken on too much credit card debt. Your outgoings may have changed, or you may fin...

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Savvy Living

The Complete Guide to being home-saving savvy

As the cost of living rises while our salaries don’t budge an inch, getting switched-on about the savings that can be mad...

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Loans & Borrowing

On the hunt for a credit card? Find out which is best for you.

Credit cards get a bad rap, especially from the likes of wary parents who are worried you’re going to pull a fast one and...

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Understand my Credit Score

Confused about what your credit score means? Here's the deal

So you’ve been credit scored, huh? Most likely the score you’re referring to has been given to you by a credit refe...

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Savvy Living

Saving tips that will make you feel better about the morning commute.

Unless you live in a palace, chances are you'd love to have a bit of extra cash in your pocket. A new trend promotes making...

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Financial Goals

Fancy yourself a future homeowner? This nicer ISA may help!

The government wants to give you free money to get you on the property ladder. Believe it or not. The new Lifetime IS...

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Financial Goals

Moving? Don't forget to budget for these payments.

A mortgage lender will usually insist you have buildings insurance, which covers the structure of the property including fixtur...

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Savvy Living

How Twitter could make you richer #GetIn

Twitter has become a vital way to keep in touch and follow what is going on in the world. It is also a great way to get free st...

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Loans & Borrowing

Thinking of getting a personal loan? Check out these first!

Getting a personal loan can involve a lot of hassle with annoying application forms and monthly repayments, but there are other...

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