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January 2015

How to revamp a woman’s wardrobe on a budget

How to revamp a woman’s wardrobe on a budget

Published 30 January 2015 by Kyri Levendi

Reinventing your style doesn’t have to mean going out and buying yourself a whole new wardrobe. So to help you liven up your look whilst remaining on a budget, follow our money-saving tips.

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January 2015

Fashionable gym wear on a budget

Fashionable gym wear on a budget

Published 29 January 2015 by Kyri Levendi

If you’re looking to get in shape for 2015, we’ve found a selection of gym wear that will help you look the part while remaining on budget.

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January 2015

Put your car on a diet and see how much you can save

Put your car on a diet and see how much you can save

Published 28 January 2015 by Hayley Cox

If you hate how much it costs to fill up your car at the petrol station, you could really benefit from our guide. We’ll show you how making small changes could help you save money on petrol or diesel.

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January 2015

How do you use your overdraft?

How do you use your overdraft?

Published 27 January 2015 by Emily Bancroft

A quarter of British adults are currently overdrawn on their current account – do you use your overdraft responsibly?

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January 2015

The 10 worst excuses for late tax returns

The 10 worst excuses for late tax returns

Published 26 January 2015 by Linzi Nuttall

HM Revenue and Customers recently revealed their top 10 worst excuses for late tax returns. Avoid penalties and pay yours on time!

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January 2015

Affordable equipment picks to exercise at home

Affordable equipment picks to exercise at home

Published 23 January 2015 by Linzi Nuttall

Stick to your New Year’s fitness resolutions without breaking the bank with our affordable equipment picks for the home.

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January 2015

Top tips on how to survive until January payday

Top tips on how to survive until January payday

Published 22 January 2015 by Emily Bancroft

If you were paid early in December then January is a hard month to get through financially, so we’ve got some top tips on how to help you survive.

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January 2015

Grocery shopping: online vs in-store

Grocery shopping: online vs in-store

Published 21 January 2015 by Kyri Levendi

New research has revealed that over half of Brits now do their food shopping online.

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January 2015

British Gas to cut gas prices by 5%

British Gas to cut gas prices by 5%

Published 20 January 2015 by Kyri Levendi

British Gas have announced that they will be cutting household gas prices by 5% at the end of February.

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January 2015

Beat the Blue Monday blues

Beat the Blue Monday blues

Published 19 January 2015 by Kyri Levendi

Instead of feeling down on Blue Monday, why not instead use the day to get your finances back on track for the New Year?

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January 2015

Inflation falls to its lowest level in 14 years

Inflation falls to its lowest level in 14 years

Published 16 January 2015 by Emily Bancroft

The UK inflation rate is now at 0.5%, meaning more affordable living for families on a budget. Find out how with our helpful guide.

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January 2015

Dump the gym membership and get fit for free

Dump the gym membership and get fit for free

Published 15 January 2015 by Linzi Nuttall

Getting fit doesn’t have to cost a lot – there’s loads of ways to exercise without busting your budget. Read our 12 top tips.

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January 2015

How to get the most out of shopping at a charity shop

How to get the most out of shopping at a charity shop

Published 14 January 2015 by Kyri Levendi

The popularity of charity shops has risen over the last couple of years and we’ve got some tops tips on how to get the most out of your local store.

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January 2015

Tips for tweens and teens on managing their money

Tips for tweens and teens on managing their money

Published 13 January 2015 by Emily Bancroft

It’s not just adults who need to think about managing their money – teenagers are getting a head start too.

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January 2015

Do you work a second job to make ends meet?

Do you work a second job to make ends meet?

Published 12 January 2015 by Hayley Cox

A third of 18 to 24 year have to two jobs – and a third of these do so just to survive financially..

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January 2015

Cost friendly alternatives to the gym - stay in shape on a budget

Cost friendly alternatives to the gym - stay in shape on a budget

Published 9 January 2015 by Kyri Levendi

With Christmas fast approaching, many of us want to get in shape before the festive season gets underway. For cost-effective alternatives to the gym, have a look at our tips.

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January 2015

Are you buying delayed Christmas gifts?

Are you buying delayed Christmas gifts?

Published 8 January 2015 by Emily Bancroft

1 in 5 canny shoppers are giving Christmas presents on the 25th December that they actually purchase in the post-Christmas sales.

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January 2015

Online vs offline: The best money saving ways to shop

Online vs offline: The best money saving ways to shop

Published 7 January 2015 by Kyri Levendi

Over the last couple of years, technology has changed the way we shop, with the internet breeding a new type of buying experience. We investigate whether you should stick with hitting the high street or embrace technology.

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January 2015

How to make the most of your unwanted Christmas presents

How to make the most of your unwanted Christmas presents

Published 6 January 2015 by Linzi Nuttall

Ensure your unwanted Christmas presents aren’t wasted this year by using our festive gift recycling guide.

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January 2015

When to book your summer holiday and the best places to travel to

When to book your summer holiday and the best places to travel to

Published 5 January 2015

Booking a summer holiday can prove costly, so here are our top tips on how to keep prices down.

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January 2015

Snow days – how the price of winter could send a shiver down your spine

Snow days – how the price of winter could send a shiver down your spine

Published 2 January 2015 by Hayley Cox

If you can’t make it into work due to snow, does your employer still have to pay you?

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