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Many people set out to do better each January but fail to follow through. Garrett Meccariello explains why.
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percent of UK residents are over-indebted
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New Year traditionally symbolises a new beginning, a chance to turn over a new leaf and wipe the slate clean.
We are living in a time of great uncertainty. Here’s what to do about it
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Six thinking traps that can help – or hinder – savers
Going around in circles? How the “time paradox” can affect your finances
How to ... build an emergency fund
How much money do you need to have for a robust emergency savings fund?
An emergency fund is essential for healthy personal finances. But even many who understand the importance haven’t built one.
How can I get my savings to grow?
What is compound interest?
Which should people do first: pay off high interest debt or start an emergency savings fund?
Four tips to cut procrastination
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