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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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When really is the best time to buy a new car? Get the diary at the re...

The weather, getting rid of old stock and the day of the week all play a huge part in what dealers will do with their prices....

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Savvy Living

Buying a car can be a confusing business. Here's a guide to help you f...

What journeys does it need to be able to make? What should it look like?  How much is too much money? Wh...

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Smart Saving

How to eat cheap when travelling, *boots meal deal not included*

“Not all who wander are lost”, goes the saying. Well, I’d like to add: not all who travel are minted. For a m...

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Savvy Living

Seriously underrated travel destinations: Adventure and long haul

There are so many underrated and under-visited places that need exploring, not least because some of them will be a hell of a l...

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Smart Saving

How to use the sharing economy to travel on a budget

Why does it feel like every other week there’s someone claiming it’s possible to travel the world on a tenner? &ldq...

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Savvy Living

How to make a little extra money when on parental leave

You can go from having a good monthly income to living through a period where you’re bringing in the equivalent of a quar...

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Savvy Living

How can you plan your money for maternity and paternity leave?

Taking time off with your new bundle of joy is important. You need to consider how much time off your like, whether you are in ...

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Financial Goals

8 ways having children will make you change the way you spend money

It’s no mystery that babies are expensive. With the cost of raising a child over their lifetime coming in at...

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