budgeting

Home Finances Awards 2017: The winners revealed

Looking to change energy or broadband suppliers? Or do you want to know which supermarket offers the best online delivery service? Perhaps you can’t decide between Netflix or Amazon Prime?

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Millennials are the most savvy age group when it comes to switching mortgages

As regular readers of Moneywise will know, I bought my first house this summer – cue the popping of champagne and big smiles all round after five anxious months waiting for the sale to be signed on the dotted line.

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The 50/20/30 financial diet: My first foray into crash budgeting

I’ve never been one for trying out a ‘one size fits all’ budgeting plan. But being a young person living in London; not having a budget can be crippling.

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Family financial decision-making on the rise as money no longer a taboo at home

Managing finances individually could soon be a thing of the past as new trends suggest families no longer find discussing money a taboo subject.

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Loaded: a book that will change the way you think about money

This book’s actual title is somewhat longer than what we’ve given it in our competition to win one of two copies.

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Workers waste £948 a year on coffee and snacks

A typical adult in the UK spends £948 a year on ‘invisible’ items, a new study has revealed.

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Wedding planning on a budget

When it comes to wedding planning, everyone's budget is different.
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Should you save, or should you splurge?

Are you a grasshopper or an ant? In Aesop's Fables, the grasshopper sang all summer and then when cold winter came, faced with starvation, she went to the ant for help.

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Could you live on £1 a day?

How much do you reckon you need for food and drink? Could you live on £1 a day?

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10 ways to cut costs at Christmas

Christmas is a time of joy and making merry. Unfortunately, joy is rarely free and, to be frank, making Auntie Muriel merry can be downright expensive.

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