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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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Payday loans: the silent killer of mortgage applications?

This article can be summed up in one sentence: don’t get out a payday loan if you plan on getting a mortgage. The End....

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Britain’s Strangest Christmas Gifts Revealed

Boy did we get some surprising answers. From Tickle Me Elmos (given to an adult) to alcoholic peaches (given to someone underag...

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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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Meet our lovely bloggers at giffgaff money.

It's always nice to put a face to a name, scroll down to meet our team of amazing bloggers.

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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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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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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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Why a rewards credit card may be better than a cashback one

Cashback credit cards are pretty simple to understand. You get money back every time you spend some dosh. But there i...

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