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Save money and help save the planet

Monday, 23 April 2018 | Article

It pays to be good. The BBC’s Blue Planet II shocked the world into action over plastic waste suffocating the oceans. Here’s what you can do to cut your dependence on plastic – and save money while you do it.

Revealed: What Brits waste the most money on each year

Tuesday, 28 November 2017 | News

Consumers waste nearly £600 per person every year on things they don’t use, according to research from Gocompare.

Bargain hunting: Would you bend the rules?

Monday, 23 October 2017 | Article

We look at the wily ways consumers find to cut costs and ask the lawyers whether this is just shrewd shopping or breaking the law.

Go veggie or give up takeaways or alcohol for Lent and save hundreds

Tuesday, 28 February 2017 | News

Ditching meat and fish for Lent could save a family as much as £353, according to research by Promotional Codes.

How to be a financially savvy singleton

Thursday, 29 September 2016 | Article

From renting or buying property to paying household bills, everything is weighted against those living alone. Here, we look at ways to relieve those money worries.

The billionaire Duke of Westminster was a money saver at home

Wednesday, 10 August 2016 | Blog | By Moira O'Neill

I was very sad to hear this morning that the Duke of Westminster has passed away, aged 64.

10 cost-cutting apps that can save you £3,000 a year

Tuesday, 31 May 2016 | Article

There is now a large number of free apps to help you cut costs – from discounts on trains to money off meals out and magazines. Here are our 10 favourites.

Tweet us your best money saving tips to win a copy of Spare Change by Iona Bain

Wednesday, 04 May 2016 | Article

To be in with a shot of winning a copy, tweet us @moneywiseonline with your best money saving tips, using the hashtag #sparechange, by the end of May.

How to make a success of living with three generations together under one roof

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 | Article

Living with multiple generations together under one roof may seem more akin to Victorian times than life in the 21st century, yet this trend is on the rise.