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Do you know the difference between an authorised and unauthorised overdraft?

An overdraft may seem like a useful supplement to your income, but in reality it’s credit – and if you go beyond your authorised limit you could be charged by your bank.

Published 17 October 2014 by

thinkmoney’s definitive guide to budgeting

Keeping track of your finances can be tough, so we’ve put together the ultimate thinkmoney guide to budgeting, to help you plan and save money.

Published 10 October 2014 by

The great energy switch

Do you tend to stick to the same energy supplier year after year? Switching could save you hundreds, and doing it might be easier than you think.

Published 14 August 2014 by Daniel Griffiths

Saving money at the Commonwealth Games

22 July 2014

There are still tickets left for plenty of sports at this year’s Commonwealth Games, so why not have a look at some of our suggestions on how to experience Glasgow 2014 on a budget.

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How much do you spend on holiday extras?

21 July 2014

A good chunk of the total sum Brits spend on their annual holiday is spent before they have even reached their destination.

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Five ways to cut costs on theme park trips this summer

18 July 2014

Whether you’re a rollercoaster fanatic or just after some family-friendly fun, we’ve had a look for some of the best deals on theme park trips on offer now.

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How much of the month do you spend in your overdraft?

17 July 2014

An overdraft is often seen as a financial safety net – but it can be an expensive one if not used responsibly. Yet a quarter of Brits are in their overdraft by halfway through the month.

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Don’t let yourself fall victim to financial fraud

9 July 2014

If you’re planning on moving house soon, it’s a good idea to remember to inform all your account providers first so you reduce your risk of falling victim to financial fraud.

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