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Brits are feeling more positive about their personal finances

Last post: Feb 9, 2018

An extensive survey by VoucherCodes has revealed that British consumers are feeling increasingly optimistic about their personal finances. But is trouble on the horizon?

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3 Steps to start tackling your debt

Last post: Jan 12, 2018

Whether it’s one missed repayment or a tricky debt spiral, seeing the light at the end of the tunnel can be tough when you’re in debt. Yet taking concrete steps like these will help you get there sooner.

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Can personal finance make us happy?

Last post: Dec 8, 2017

It’s often said that money can’t make us happy. It’s certainly true that money can’t buy us love. But can having our personal finances in check improve how we feel?

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Pretending personal finance is hard is a dangerous game

Last post: Nov 10, 2017

How many of us roll our eyes, giggle self-indulgently and say we're “rubbish with numbers” when confronted by mathematics and finance in everyday life? It's time to stop perpetuating the myth and to start getting financially responsible.

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3 Common money questions people ask Google

Last post: Oct 3, 2017

Data revealing the most searched for personal finance queries on Google shines a light on the areas of finance many of us are in the dark about, from how to make money, to what an APR actually is...

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Should primary school children be taught personal finance?

Last post: Sep 7, 2017

How did you learn about managing your money? Chances are, it wasn't at school. So do you think personal finance should be on the national curriculum? Or do you think youngsters should be protected from money worries for as long as possible?

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