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Six ways to cut your car hire bill

When it comes to hiring a car, it’s all too easy to be hit with hidden fees an...

The simple way to save £20 on fuel

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Pre-school childcare costs more than mortgage or rent: what parents can do

Working parents with pre-school age children are paying more for childcare each ...

£7m lost to holiday booking fraud: tips to avoid being a victim

Fraudsters stole more than £7m from 5,000 victims of holiday booking fraud last...

Three ways to curb your contactless spending  

With contactless card payments booming, here are three ways to regain control ov...

The improvements that will add value to your home…and those that won’t

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Understanding

Airport and airline strikes: will you get your money back?

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10 ways to cut your water bill in the heatwave

With the temperature reaching 30 degrees in parts of the country, here are 10 to...

10 ways car hire firms try to rip you off

Car hire firms are notorious for their hidden add-ons and unexpected charges so ...

Three money mistakes renters make

More people than ever are renting. Young people fresh out of university are join...

What your tax code means and how to check it’s correct

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Renting out your home over the summer? Here’s what you need to know…

If you're planning to rent out your property on a short-term basis to sports fan...

News

The £5,000 seaside wage gap

Living beside the sea might be appealing but you’ll earn less and die earlier,...

130,000 families forced to live in one-bed flats

A shortage of homes is forcing 130,000 families in England to squeeze into one-b...

TUC calls for apprentice travel support

The Trades Union Congress (TUC) says apprentices get less financial help than st...

Vilnius, Bucharest and Hamburg named best value short-haul destinations

Cities in Lithuania, Romania and Germany are the quick-hop destinations that wil...

Calls for Childcare Voucher scheme to re-open

More than 80 per cent of parents are worse off now the Childcare Voucher scheme ...

Thousands of rail travellers overcharged for not having a ticket

Train companies have admitted overcharging up to 10,000 passengers caught fare d...

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