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Money Tips: Budgeting for Retirement

In the UK, the demand on the amount of our lives we spend grafting and earning seems to increase all the time. When the time to stop eventually comes around, we all deserve to put our feet up and enjoy a relaxing retirement. However, as with all significant events in our lives, a truly rewarding and uncomplicated retirement can only be achieved with careful planning and budgeting.

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Money Tips: Cost-sharing & Budgeting when Renting

Sharing a rented property has its highs and lows. It can be a fantastic way to meet new people and to experience living in a fun, sociable environment; on the other hand, it comes with its responsibilities. You need to ensure that everyone in the house is paying their rent and bills on time, otherwise you could all find yourselves in financial difficulty. Even if you have paid your share, if someone else has not, the consequences could still fall on you.

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5 Short-Term Loan ‘Need to Knows’

While taking out a loan of any kind is a commitment that needs to be considered in a careful and responsible way, there is no reason for the experience to become overly complicated or stressful. In fact, if you’re calm and equipped with the information you need, you’re much more likely to make decisions that will be appropriate for you and your lifestyle.

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Money Tips: Saving Money on Your Mobile Phone Contract or Tariff

Mobile phones have become an absolute necessity in the daily routine of people all over the world. Whether it be for business or leisure, they are the best way to stay connected with our family and friends. Unfortunately, while mobile phones are an integral part of our daily lives, they can also be expensive to maintain. Depending on your current mobile contract, the amount of minutes, texts and data allowances vary. If you exceed these limits, bills can really rack up.

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MYJAR Explains: Quantitative Easing & How it Affects You

The ultimate aim of quantitative easing is to make borrowing cheaper, reducing the interest rates banks charge on borrowing. In the short term, this may make any new borrowing cheaper; in the long term, the economy should be bolstered. 

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