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Aug 19, 2022

BLOG: Five tax perks to boost your income

There’s little sign the high cost of living will go away and many people are looking for ways to boost their income. Here are five to get you started.
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Aug 18, 2022

Let’s make it legal: Key things to know about destination weddings

It’s once again possible to plan your destination wedding. Here’s what you need to know about the legal side of getting married abroad to ensure your dream wedding doesn’t be...
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Aug 12, 2022

BLOG: Deepfakes, Metaverse, and future fraud threats to watch out for

The current cost-of-living crisis will leave people more exposed to fraud. As technology evolves and scammers look to exploit vulnerabilities, what fraud trends and potential threa...
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Aug 11, 2022

BLOG: How to be a contrarian investor

It’s finally come home! The England women’s football team have achieved the seemingly impossible by winning the 2022 European Championship at Wembley.
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Aug 05, 2022

BLOG: The importance of a diversified and long-term investment strategy

Today’s investors are currently facing mounting uncertainty due to geopolitical conflict, inflation levels at a point not seen for decades, and rising interest rates around the g...
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Aug 04, 2022

BLOG: The hidden costs of hiring a nanny

Schools are out for summer and with the high cost of childcare, people might consider taking on a nanny. But there are additional costs you need to think about – not just the adv...
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Jul 29, 2022

BLOG: No two downturns are the same

Although the global economy is still growing at a respectable rate, clouds are gathering on the horizon. The risk of a contraction next year is rising, so how should we adjust if t...
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Jul 28, 2022

BLOG: Surviving (and investing in) the school summer holidays

School's out for the summer! With six weeks of juggling childcare and work, I admit it's daunting. As some light entertainment, I look at which funds are investing in my summer nec...
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Jul 15, 2022

BLOG: Beware the ‘s’ word…stagflation

It’s hard to escape from the devastating impact inflation is having on society with the soaring cost of living. As stagflation concerns arise, here are ways investors can shield ...
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Jul 13, 2022

Water is a vital but limited resource: Easy savings you can make

Utility bills, fuel prices and inflation are soaring, forcing households to cut back on their expenses, and to reduce waste. Here are some easy ways to cut the cost of your water b...
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Jul 08, 2022

BLOG: An introduction to Non-Fungible Tokens

The popularity of NFTs – also known as Non-Fungible Tokens – exploded during the pandemic as people had more time to dabble in creating, buying and trading digital assets for t...
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Jul 01, 2022

How to maximise points when shopping online or in-store

Maximising points when shopping online or in-store at a time when the cost of living is soaring is a way to ensure you’re getting the most out of your hard-earned money.
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Jun 30, 2022

BLOG: Investing for cleaner water

It’s not often my seven-year-old daughter and I are writing about the same things. Usually, she has all the fun making up stories about unicorns, while I’m thinking long and ha...
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Jun 24, 2022

BLOG: 10 tips for retirees to protect finances in a bear market

If you’re retired or retiring soon, you’ll probably be worried about falling markets. Here are 10 tips for weathering a bear market and protecting your pension savings.
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Jun 23, 2022

Food price hikes: How to find discounted yellow sticker deals

Grocery bills are on course to rise by £380 a year, heaping pressure on already stretched households. If you’re looking to cut back on your food costs, here are tips to help you...
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Jun 20, 2022

YourMoney.com teams up with consumer champion Helen Dewdney

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