A Year since the Release of the £5 Note: What to Expect from the New £10

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Published: 13/09/2017 and written by Patrick Smith

Believe it or not, but September is here already. The little summer we had has now long since passed, and autumn is most definitely in the air. September also marks one whole year since the […]

Wonga, Moolah, Dough: What Do All These Words Mean?

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Published: 23/08/2017 and written by Leanne Sherman

Wonga, moolah, dough, buck – so many different terms, all with one meaning. Money. So how have we ended up with so many words with one single definition? Where do all these terms come from? […]

Writing a Will: The Importance of Having a Last Will and Testament

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Published: 03/07/2017 and written by Patrick Smith

While some tasks in life are spoken about often and are usually fairly commonplace (such as getting a mortgage, buying a car, getting a good job, etc.) there are some tasks which are incredibly important […]

Benefits UK: Which Benefits Are Available in the UK?

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Published: 26/06/2017 and written by Robert Rosen

It is difficult to determine just when benefits were first introduced in the UK, but some reports suggest they’ve been around from as early as 1798. Now, more than 200 years later, the benefits system […]

Divorce and Dissolution: Managing Your Money during a Separation

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Published: 22/06/2017 and written by Natasha Krovak

Going through a separation of any sort can be incredibly tough for all parties involved. There is a lot to take into consideration, and a lot to work through too. One thing you will need […]

UK Tax: How Much Do You Know about Your Taxes?

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Published: 14/06/2017 and written by Robert Rosen

Unless you’re lucky enough to be living on a remote desert island – tax affects each and every one of us in some way, every day of the year. From our homes and cars, to […]

Stay at Home Parents: Benefits You May Be Entitled to and How to Apply

How to get by as a stay at home mum or a stay at home dad
 
Published: 12/06/2017 and written by Leanne Sherman

While having a child is a wonderful experience, it can certainly leave a strain on your finances. Though living in the UK means you may be entitled to a variety of benefits and schemes to help manage […]

Zero Hour Contract: What Are They and How to Get by on One

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Published: 08/06/2017 and written by Leanne Sherman

Zero hour contracts have been around for many years, but have recently gained notoriety in the media. There is a lot of controversy surrounding zero hour contracts, and – depending on what you read – […]