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10 money saving tips for your next holiday

Booking early, eating smart and packing light can be great ways to save money on your next holiday. Find out more in our helpful guide.

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Five half term ideas that won't break the bank

With more than one half term break in the year it can be difficult to find something to keep the kids happy while they’re off school – especially when the weather can’t be relied on.

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When and how should I save for school fees?

Private education can mean careful financial planning. Nottingham Building Society explain how financial advice can help.

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University fees: how much should you be saving?

Over 50% of teenagers go on to study at university and if you think your child will want to go, it could be time to start saving for their time there.

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Can you buy a property on a single income?

A good way to increase the choice of mortgages available to you on a limited income is to use a mortgage broker.

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#LoveMyLISA Alexandra, 26

We spoke to freelance theatre director and The Nottingham member, Alexandra Moxon, about her reasons for opening a LISA.

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The 2020 Budget Round Up

What does the March 2020 Budget mean for me?

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How to save money on the Christmas feast

Christmas food shopping can be pricey but there are some frugal ways to keep the magic alive and not break the bank balance! Here are five tips from some savvy money bloggers to help.

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No Mortgage Stress - Chloe and Jordan

For Chloe Mayes and her partner Jordan Fisher, purchasing their first home was a great experience and they were keen to ensure that happened again when it came to remortgaging their property as their fixed-term came to an end.

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