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Category: Money Tips

MYJAR Explains: Credit Cards

It’s important to understand all the different options for managing your money. Here we explain how a credit card works, to help you decide whether it might be a good financial choice for you.

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Money Tips: How to Save Money on Clothes Shopping

A key part of staying healthy through the winter is wrapping up warm. It’s at this time of year more than any other that wearing the right clothes is important. While keeping your winter wardrobe well stocked can be pricey, there are plenty of ways to keep costs down and still have everything you need.

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Money Tips: Family Days Out & Days Out With Kids

Whatever the weather, there’s nothing more uplifting than spending the day with the family. There’s a whole host of deals, discounts and vouchers out there to help you enjoy your together-time to the fullest. We’ve put together some top tips for entertaining your loved ones on a budget.

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Give Up A Costly Habit For 40 Days

When we think of giving something up for Lent, we usually think of preserving our waistlines and our health. Of course these are important, but remember that Lent is also the perfect opportunity to save money. Research last year found that giving bad habits up for Lent could save you over £18,000 over your working life. Think of the things that make a real dent in your budget every month, and have a good go at giving them up for 40 days.

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Money Tips: How to Entertain Kids on a Budget During Half Term

Half Term

While it’s great to have the kids around for a week, it can be challenging to find cheap and cheerful ways to entertain them during half term. Luckily, with a bit of creativity and some handy hints, you can find plenty of inexpensive activities to keep them busy and spend quality time as a family.

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Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk