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Comparison website to award energy-savvy businesses


Love Energy Savings, a website that specialises in energy price comparison, is looking for the most energy-savvy businesses from all over the UK.

British couples keep a close eye on their finances

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Most British couples keep a very close watch on their monthly income and outgoings, new research from short-term loan firm Lending Stream has found.

A quarter of indebted Britons will have to borrow more in 2015


A quarter (25 per cent) of the 33 million UK adults with existing unsecured debts such as credit cards, overdrafts or loans will have to take on even more debt to cope this year, new research by MoneySuperMarket shows.

A third of UK adults used to running out of cash

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A third of Brits are used to being broke, with no money in their bank account or wallet and no ability to borrow, new research by budgeting account provider thinkmoney reveals. Those living in Wales (39 per cent), Scotland (38 per cent) and the West Midlands (37 per cent) are the most likely to find [...]

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Top tips for managing your digital estate

With so many hours spent online everyone of us should consider the footprint they are leaving in the virtual space.

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Inheritance changes: What this means for you?

With the inheritance changes coming into force from 6 April, Emma Myers, head of wills, probate and lifetime planning for Saga Legal Services, is explaining what is to expect from those reforms from a legal perspective.

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