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A penny saved is a penny earned, as the old saying goes. Learn how to make your money go further and prepare yourself for a rainy day with these easy-to-follow tips.

How to

How to beat the ‘onslaught’ of savings rate cuts

It’s a disappointing end to a tough year for savers as providers continue to p...

VIDEO: Money tips for couples

A recent study found that British couples find it difficult to discuss spending,...

Five everyday habits putting our money at risk

Keeping our bank accounts safe from criminals and hackers is often at the forefr...

The ultimate holiday money-saving guide for 2019

Planning a trip away can be stressful, time-consuming and expensive so here are ...

Five ways to teach your kids the value of money

Today kicks off My Money Week, a national initiative aimed at teaching school-ag...

Private school fees soar: tips to cover the costs

Private school fees rose by 3.7% last year, almost double the rate of inflation ...

Understanding

HSBC regular savers: your options once its 5% interest rate ends

A swathe of people will see their HSBC 5% regular saver deal come to an end in t...

A guide to saving in 2020

If you’re looking to save a few quid in the new year or you’re looking to re...

The myths that could be costing you thousands

Challenger banks have consistently topped the best buy savings tables over the l...

Is your financial health check overdue?

To mark 'Talk Money Talk Pensions Week', which is taking place from 18-22 Novemb...

What is the difference between advice and guidance?

Do you need to seek professional advice to help with your financial decisions? O...

Spending abroad: should you use a debit, credit or prepaid card?

If you’re going abroad and you don’t want to carry cash, you have three opti...

News

Lloyds Banking Group to shut 56 branches: here’s the full list

Lloyds Banking Group has confirmed it will close 56 branches across the country ...

Brexit 50p coin unveiled

A 50p coin marking the date the UK leaves the EU has been unveiled.

Banks refuse to refund innocent scam victims

Banks are denying refunds to blameless transfer fraud victims despite new indust...

Three million tax returns due a week before deadline

More than three million tax returns are yet to be submitted, with customers havi...

Revolut launches first savings account, but there’s a catch

Revolut has entered the UK savings market and has launched an easy access accoun...

Monzo and Nationwide win the current account switch battle

Monzo and Nationwide gained the greatest number of current account customers in ...

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