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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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Flat hunting tips: How to save money

It’s time-consuming, all-encompassing and a drain on your bank balance, yet the opportunities it presents can be so diver...

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Money natters: Property owner Anna Corbett shares her money tips

Nottingham-based Social Media Manager, Anna Corbett, 30, has just bought a property with her fiance. It’s the first step ...

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Get app-happy, adventurers… with these top travel apps.

Here's a pick of some top apps out there right now for you lucky travellers. Just don't be that person who’s on t...

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Money Slang from around the World

The English language is full of slang all about the world of money. Whether we’re using a ...

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Cash away: Tips on how to deal with your money while traveling

It is understandable that one of the last things you want to think about while you’re getting zen in faraway lands is you...

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Hit the globe running and prepare for your world trip

As we all know the thought of something is often worse than the reality like job interviews, exams, and Tinder dates and that a...

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Money natters: Young property owners, Josh & Ollie share their tips.

Unlike your average recent graduate in the UK Ollie Gristword can boast that he's about to move into his first home and, in...

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Money natters: Property guardian Michael Tomlinson shares his wisdom

Self-employed Londoner, Michael Tomlinson, 39, doesn’t have a monotonous 9-5. He currently runs a photography business as...

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