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Getting started with saving

Getting started with saving is easier than you think. There are many ways to organise your spending and save regularly – and lots of help available to make your savings work for you.

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Power of Attorney: How to ensure you have a say in mum or dad's care

Power of Attorney: The steps you can take to ensure that your parent's later life decisions rest with you.

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Savings accounts essential guide

Compare savings accounts and choose how to save money. Here’s a guide to different types of savings accounts.

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How to save for an emergency fund – and keep it safe

An emergency fund is all to do with planning ahead. It’s not there to make you money – but to protect the money you already have and get a supply of easily accessible cash together to help pay unexpected bills.

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Could mortgage overpayment be an option?

If you would like to clear your mortgage debt faster and save money on interest payments then overpaying on your mortgage could be an option.

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What you could save in just three months

It can seem difficult to make saving a priority when prices seem to keep on rising and there are regular bills. But you’d be surprised where you can rein in your spending – and how little you need to set aside to watch your savings start to grow.

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5 low-cost but lovely Valentine's ideas

Planning on saving instead of splurging this season of love? Check out these 5 low cost ideas for a lovely Valentine’s Day.

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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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4 tips from super savers: The blogger edit

Check out these savvy saving blogger's ultimate money management tips.

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Guide to cash ISAs

If you are ready to start saving and want to earn tax-free interest and enjoy easy access to your money, then a cash ISA – or Individual Savings Account – could be for you.

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