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Top Tips for Investing in Difficult Markets

Financial markets are tricky at the moment. Political uncertainty, high inflation and rising interest rates are all leading to poor performance from the stock market. However, this doesn’t mean you should stop investing though. And it certainly shouldn’t put you

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6 Hacks to Boost Your Credit Rating

Your credit score – that pesky little 3-digit number can affect your ability to get things like credit cards, mortgages or loans. If you weren’t already aware, our credit history contains the number of open accounts you have, your total

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House Buying
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Government Schemes for First-Time Home Buyers

You can’t escape it. Buying a house is hard, particularly if it’s your first home. Don’t let that deter you though. You may need a bit of a helping hand to get yourself on the property ladder. This doesn’t have

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General
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5 Ways to Make Money Online

Costs are increasing and life is getting more expensive. To cope with this, you may well be looking for ways to make money online. This can help supplement your main income and give you some extra cash each month. There

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General
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What is Universal Credit?

With the cost of living continuing to increase, more and more people are finding it increasingly difficult to afford their basic living costs on their wages alone. There are several benefits which you could be entitled to so it’s worth

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Saving
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Debt Free London Bus Launch

As some of you may have seen from my socials last week, I was kindly invited to the launch of Debt Free London‘s Brand New Bus on Tuesday 22nd February! If you haven’t already seen the groovy bus touring round

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Debt
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What to Do if You’re Worried About Your Finances

This week’s blog post was kindly written by Payplan, a free debt advice service. Many people who find themselves in financial difficulty start with small, manageable amounts of credit that quickly get out of control. A student overdraft here, a

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Debt
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How to Get Debt Fit In 2022

AD | Now that Christmas is officially over and we have finally started a fresh new year, now is the perfect time to review your finances. Whether you are someone that has accumulated debt over time, or if you are

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General
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Why Open Banking Is Your Best Friend

AD | I don’t know about you, but I am someone that is very meticulous when it comes to managing my personal finances. I’m so extra, I actually have 9 different bank accounts. Yes, you read that correctly – I

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Bills
Recommendations
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Why You Should Regularly Review Your Bills

AD | This week on Instagram, I covered the topic of bills. Yes, the glorious topic only us entering the adulting world would be more than aware of. I’m not sure about you, but when it comes to bills, it

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Investing
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When Should You Start Investing?

This week on the blog, I thought it would be a great idea to touch on the topic of investing again. If you don’t know what investing is, then investing can often be seen as a great alternative to putting

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7 Ways The Emma App Can Help You Save Money

Keeping track of your finances, and how you spend your money is important. Thankfully, there’s now a great selection of apps that make managing your money a breeze.  These apps will help you take control of your finances, improve your

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Interviews
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Q&A with Wealth Expert Gill Fielding

Following on from my last post about my top 3 personal finance book recommendations, I thought it would be fitting to dedicate this week’s blog post to Gill Fielding, a wealth expert and CEO of Fielding Financial. Just like me,

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Recommendations
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3 Must-Read Personal Finance Books

I’m not sure about you but I’m still wondering why we were taught Pythagoras’ theorem at school and not how things such as taxes, pensions and mortgages work! The lack of personal finance education in the UK isn’t great which

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Budgeting
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How Not to Splurge Your Money

If you follow me on Instagram, then you would know that every Sunday, I host my weekly ‘Sunday Money Confessions’ series. This is where people anonymously share with me their bad money habits, recent splurges or most expensive purchases. Since

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Credit Cards
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What is a Credit Score?

After covering the topic of credit cards over on Instagram this week, I thought it would be fitting to have a blog post dedicated to the topic too. This week, I invited Lauren from Pave to write an article to

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Investing
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3 Things I’ve Learnt From Investing

Since creating All Things Money, investing is a topic I probably get asked about the most. Why? Probably because it is talked about so much that it makes people who are not currently investing feel like they have been left

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