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What Is The Real Cost Of University?

Whether you’re fresh out of college or looking to return as a mature student, going to university can be a fulfilling experience that offers education as well as the chance to upskill in your field.

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How Should You Teach Your Kids About Money?

How Should You Teach Your Kids About Money?

Youngsters can’t be expected to suddenly get the hang of managing their finances: it’s a skill that needs to be actively learned, not picked up along the way.

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How To Explain Existing Bad Credit

If you’ve run into financial difficulty in the past then it might have left its mark on your credit file: defaulted payments are visible on your record for a number of years, and might lead to you being turned down if you apply for further credit in the future.

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The Art Of The Balance Transfer

One financial tool which is extremely underutilised – but can also be incredibly helpful – is the balance transfer credit card.

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Bank of England Raises Interest Rates: What Does It Mean for You?

The Bank of England has raised the interest rate from 0.5% to 0.75% – the first rise since 2009.

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Emergency Loans: What You Must Know Before Getting One

Emergency Loans: What You Must Know Before Getting One

Sometimes emergencies happen and you need access to cash fast. So, what do you do when your rainy-day fund is empty and you need a sizeable sum of money urgently? An emergency loan could be your only option.

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How To Give Up Cash

How To Give Up Cash

Cash machines are disappearing from the streets of Britain at a rate of 300 per month. Now, debit cards have, for the very first time, overtaken cash usage – with 13.2 billion transactions to 13.1 billion.

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