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Bank holiday car boot sale: how to make as much money as possible

Two regular car boot attendees reveal some tricks of the trade.

Which energy switching firm is best for you?

Save money on your energy bills but let someone else do the hard work. We look a...

Cheap ways to entertain the kids this summer

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How the government is trying to cut your summer holiday childcare bill

Working parents worried about childcare during the school holidays are being rem...

Understanding

Water meters should be compulsory, say MPs: do they save you money?

Water companies should be able to force customers to have a water meter, a group...

Childcare Voucher scheme closed to new entrants: your options

The Childcare Voucher scheme offered via employers has today been closed to new ...

Student renters: what you need to know

From avoiding scams and doing research to looking for student-friendly broadband...

Why high earning households should apply for child benefit

Stay-at-home parents should apply for child benefit to make sure they get the m...

Nannies and employment law: what you need to know

Hiring a nanny can have multiple benefits for busy working families, but if you...

Parents: an essential guide to student finance, university loans and fees

As students up and down the country open their A-Level results today, many hope ...

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False economies cost Brits £3.8bn

Brits are wasting as much as £3.8bn on money-saving deals that turn out to be a...

What can we expect from this year’s Budget?

In a week’s time, Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his speech in the Com...

Unscrupulous sellers mislead shoppers with fake product reviews

Shoppers relying on product reviews when making a purchase are warned about fake...

Should you buy a ‘green’ car ahead of incentive cuts?

The government is set to slash the incentives available to buyers of green cars ...

Renters fork out £100 paying previous tenant’s energy bill

One in 10 renters have paid out an extra £102 for gas and electricity they have...

Shoppers tighten belts as September retail sales disappoint

In the month to September 2018, retail sales declined by 0.8% as shoppers cut ba...

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