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Weird and wonderful ways to cut expenses

If you’ve already ditched your daily takeaway coffee and are a pro at bulk buying, why not see how much you can save with these slightly quirkier ways to cut your expenses…

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6 things you might not know about online banking (but will find really useful)

Bit of a beginner when it comes to internet banking? Here’s a few things it’s well worth knowing…

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7 steps to help get your bills under control

Does the thought of bills bring you out in a cold sweat? Never fear. Our step-by-step guide will help you get your bills under control and hopefully save you some time and money in the long run.

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What's AER?

What is AER? AER or Annual Equivalent Rate shows what you would earn from different savings accounts over a year.  

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What's a personal savings allowance?

What is a PSA? A personal savings allowance allows higher and basic rate income tax payers to have a sum of savings interest that can be kept tax free.  

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What are interest rates?

What are Interest Rates? An interest rate is a percentage of a loan or savings that’s added on to the entire amount.  

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What's compound interest?

What is Compound Interest? Compound interest means interest on top of interest.  

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5 tips for getting to grips with your finances

Want to get on top of managing your money – we’ve got some tips which could help you out…

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What does per annum mean?

What does per annum mean? Per annum means once per year.

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What's a flexible ISA?

What is a flexible ISA? If your ISA is flexible you can withdraw money, and put it back in, as many times as you like within the same tax year.  

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What's a lump sum?

A lump sum is simply a one-off amount.  

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Score your first job

Are you thinking of applying for your first job? These are a few things you should consider.

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Kids expect pocket money until first job

More than half of children across the UK think they should be given an allowance up until their first job. Find out how much other parents are currently paying out. 

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