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    Second bank account: Get ready to bail…

    Switching current accounts or opening a second bank account to escape bank charges that you simply cannot afford is sometimes your only option of escape. Imagine: You are thousands of feet above the earth in a propeller plane. Far below, the fields spread out like patchwork handkerchiefs. The roads look like pencil lines and you

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    Pet Insurance: Beware of the Policy Wording

    We are a nation of pet lovers and there is nothing we wouldn’t do for our additional family members and that includes paying expensive vet bills. As a result, pet insurance is becoming just as important to pet owners as car, home and life insurance to help ease the financial burden should your pet require

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    Car Insurance: Why Do We Need To Have It?

    Car insurance cost increase Mention the words car insurance in a group of friends and its bound to stir up some lively debate. Our car insurance costs are on the increase and for many younger drivers the cost is so high it makes driving unaffordable. When you’re driving round in an old banger worth £150

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    Save money: Could you share a house with another single parent?

    Save money: Could you share a house with another single parent?

    Save money and lessen the load? As a single mother living alone with your children, trying to keep a roof over your heads, paying the bills on time as well as keeping on top of unlimited amounts of housework can seem overwhelming, not to mention exhausting, as all the work is on your shoulders. If

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    Renting storage space in your home

    Renting out some of your home doesn’t always require a spare bedroom It may sound too good to be true but, if you’re a property owner with spare capacity but don’t want a lodger, then you could still be making some cash out of your dwelling by renting storage space. You may be thinking that

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    Save money on your energy bills

    Big energy bills? It’s time to save money If you’re fed up of your bottom jaw falling off each time you open your fuel bill, then it’s time to do some serious energy saving. Switch on to the habit, and you could save hundreds of pounds a year: Turn down the thermostat Many people have

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