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Guest Post: How to start the New Year with a clean(er) slate

Taking the time to manage your money better can really pay off. It can help you stay on top of your bills and save a good chunk of money each year.

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Three visual ways to track your spending

Learn how to track your spending, budgeting and look after your money.

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What's your thrifty Christmas personality?

From leftover lover to recyclable wrapper find what thrifty Christmas style matches your personality with our quiz and #SaveChristmas!

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Nine steps to getting on the property ladder

Buying your first home can seem daunting but we’re here to help with a selection of handy guides and nine steps to take in order to get you onto the property ladder!

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Ten tips to make December pay last until January

Christmas makes December a long month when it comes to making your budget stretch. Here are some top tips to help your cash go that little bit further.

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New Year's resolutions list for every milestone age

New Year’s resolutions don’t have to be to do with going to the gym or getting organised - they can be longer term goals that can really make a big difference to you and your family through careful planning.

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Five ways to stop money awkwardness this Christmas

Christmas can be awkward when it comes to spending, saving and budgeting if your family has different ideas to gifting. Find out how to squash awkwardness this festive season.

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The Great Millennial Migration

We've teamed up with Matthew Spade to delve into the latest first time buyer trends. Contact us for expert and simple mortgage or savings advice.

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Nine steps to spring clean your finances

April is a great time to sprinkle some joy onto your finances. Get your financial habits sorted and your money looking squeaky clean by following these nine tips.

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Savers Nation - Yvonne

Retired nurse and long-standing member of The Nottingham, Yvonne Haynes, was brought up understanding the importance of saving money for the big things in life and in her words - “not spending what you haven’t got”.

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