Whether it’s how to save or the smartest ways to spend, there’s a lot to consider when it comes to money. The last thing you need is a money myth getting in the way. Here are four common ones to avoid – and some myth-busting tips to help.
Small amounts add up and it does get easier once it’s a habit. Here’s how to get started:
Cash was toppled from its throne by debit card payments last year1 - partly due to the popularity of contactless. While coins and notes remain in the mix, there are many advantages to paying by contactless.
It’s terribly British to avoid discussing money, but financial know-how is a great thing to share. Here’s how:
Property can be an excellent investment, but it’s not the only way to put your money to work. Finding the right mix means doing a bit of homework – and potentially taking expert advice. You could consider:
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