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How to save money for Christmas

Planning ahead now can give you a more affordable Christmas. Starting early, setting small and regular amounts aside and setting yourself a budget are all important when it comes to budgeting for Christmas time.

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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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#LoveMyLISA Martin and Kimberley

Dad-of-two Mark Crowley isn’t in the age demographic to take out a Lifetime ISA (LISA) himself but he’s certainly a big fan of the account, particularly the role it has played in helping both his son and daughter onto the property ladder.

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6 essential questions every first-time buyer needs to ask

6 simple but important questions you need to ask before applying for a mortgage.

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How to earn more interest on your savings

Savings interest is calculated throughout the year in many cases so you could earn a few extra pounds in the process by saving on a regular basis.

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3 big benefits of saving for the future

If building up your savings pot seems like a daunting task, breaking it down into short, medium and long term goals is a great way to plan.

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Five ways a professional money blogger prepares for moving house

The UK's Best Money Making Blogger, Emma Drew shares her tips for a smooth house move.

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How to tackle emotional spending

Explore the emotions that can affect our ability to curb your spending habit and perhaps see how to change habits that can lead to excess spending.

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5 money habits to take up

Follow these 5 tips to create habits that can boost savings and bolster your money management.

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How long would your savings last if you couldn’t work?

The average worker’s savings would only support them for 32 days, according to a survey which found that only a quarter had enough spare cash set aside to see them through a single week if they stopped earning.

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