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How a traditional housekeeping budget could make managing money simpler

While nearly every home used to have one, housekeeping allowances are no longer that popular. However, they can be useful tools for budgeting with.

Published 23 April 2014 by

The Who’s Who of UK Banknotes

You look at them every day, but can you name all the historic figures that appear on your banknotes? Our infographic teaches you more.

Published 15 January 2014 by

thinkmoney Personal Account scoops prestigious Fairbanking Mark - three years in a row!

It's good news for thinkmoney staff and Personal Account customers as the account is granted a 4 Star Fairbanking Mark - for the second year running.

Published 22 November 2013 by

The Budget: 5 things you didn’t know

20 March 2014

Budget day is one of the longest and proudest days in UK political history, but there’s a lot about it you might not know.

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More first-time buyers now have access to mortgages – so could this be the year they buy?

19 March 2014

Although more lenders are lending to people with small deposits, house prices continue to rise – so is it any easier for first-time buyers to get on the housing ladder?

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The cost of running a home has soared

17 March 2014

As the cost of running the home rises, consumers admit they’re struggling to pay their bills on time.

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It’s 25 years since the idea of the World Wide Web was first proposed.

13 March 2014

It’s hard to believe, but the World Wide Web is just 25 years old this week. In that time, it’s changed our lives and made multitasking easy.

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Is average price of UK home just too far out of reach?

12 March 2014

The average UK home is now valued at £250,000, which is close to the 3% stamp duty threshold. This could add thousands to a buyer’s bill.

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