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July 2014

Five free family-friendly museums and galleries to visit this summer

Five free family-friendly museums and galleries to visit this summer

Published 30 July 2014 by Daniel Griffiths

The prospect of going to a museum or art gallery may not get your kids jumping for joy, but there are plenty of exciting and innovative adventures on offer in the UK.

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July 2014

Five free festivals for families

Five free festivals for families

Published 29 July 2014 by Daniel Griffiths

Going to a festival doesn’t have to cost the earth - the UK hosts loads that won’t cost you a thing, and you can bring your kids along too.

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July 2014

Do all your incomes and outgoings make budgeting tricky?

Do all your incomes and outgoings make budgeting tricky?

Published 28 July 2014 by Linzi Nuttall

Many Brits have multiple incomes as well as multiple outgoings. This can make managing money and budgeting it all difficult – but help is available.

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July 2014

Snacking and hot drinks cost workers a small fortune

Snacking and hot drinks cost workers a small fortune

Published 25 July 2014 by Linzi Nuttall

It’s hard to resist the temptation to spend money on food throughout the day, but if you plan and follow these tips, you could save a bundle.

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July 2014

Countdown to tax credit renewal deadline

Countdown to tax credit renewal deadline

Published 24 July 2014 by Hayley Cox

July 31st is the deadline for renewing your tax credits. If you haven’t already done so, it’s time to act – but what happens if you don’t renew?

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July 2014

How to get the most from your NISA

How to get the most from your NISA

Published 23 July 2014 by Hayley Cox

Thinking of opening one of the new ISAs? Here we have a couple of pointers to help you get the most out of your new tax-free savings account.

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July 2014

Saving money at the Commonwealth Games

Saving money at the Commonwealth Games

Published 22 July 2014 by Hayley Cox

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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July 2014

How much do you spend on holiday extras?

How much do you spend on holiday extras?

Published 21 July 2014 by Linzi Nuttall

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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July 2014

Five ways to cut costs on theme park trips this summer

Five ways to cut costs on theme park trips this summer

Published 18 July 2014 by Hayley Cox

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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July 2014

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

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

Published 17 July 2014 by Linzi Nuttall

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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July 2014

Don’t let yourself fall victim to financial fraud

Don’t let yourself fall victim to financial fraud

Published 9 July 2014 by Hayley Cox

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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July 2014

Is the cost of kindness a bill worth paying?

Is the cost of kindness a bill worth paying?

Published 7 July 2014 by Hayley Cox

Half of Brits spend between £10 and £50 each month on treating their friends or family to unreciprocated gifts.

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July 2014

Get everything you need for a festival for under £50

Get everything you need for a festival for under £50

Published 4 July 2014 by Linzi Nuttall

If you’re worried about the costs of attending a festival, we’ve compiled a list of pretty much everything you’ll need for under £50.

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July 2014

Grandparents stepping in to help grandchildren with the cost of living

Grandparents stepping in to help grandchildren with the cost of living

Published 3 July 2014 by Hayley Cox

Recent research suggests that nine out of ten grandparents have helped their grandchildren financially over the last two years, so why are our elderly relatives being so generous?

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July 2014

What’s your biggest modern-day irritation?

What’s your biggest modern-day irritation?

Published 2 July 2014 by Hayley Cox

Technology has the power to annoy us more than almost anything else in 2014. thinkmoney reveals people’s top 10 modern-day irritations.

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