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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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How you can save money this Christmas without being a Scrooge.

Christmas, and the weeks leading up to it, often proves to be an expensive time of year for most. This year, the average Brit i...

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Seven essential everyday ways to save hundreds of pounds

Saving money is easy. EASY. There, I said it. If you’re working and earning a salary, you don’t need to drastically...

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Save money on your wedding dresses with style. While looking fabulous!

When you’re stuck with a high-street budget, or you just can’t bear the thought of spending several months’ r...

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Can you cover all the possibilities when insuring a car?

Have you got a car? Then you need car insurance. The average driver is expected to claim no more than three or four t...

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Risky Business: Taking the leap and becoming an entrepreneur

If you’re a working professional you’ve probably pondered “I just want to enjoy what I do, is that too much t...

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Boss gave you the sack? What to do when facing redundancy.

It’s not exactly fun being told that you’re surplus to requirements. But for whatever reason, if you find yourself ...

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What do you need to buy immediately for your newborn?

When I had my first child, I was pretty certain I needed everything available to help her to grow and thrive. By the time I had...

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Cashing in: How to take payments when you’re starting a business

You’ve got a great business idea, a name, and maybe even a website, but have you thought about how money will come into t...

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