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Five steps to beat Christmas debts in advance

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The cost of the festive season can take the shine off Christmas for many of us. But a bit of forward planning can help you cope with the extra expense.

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Fear of missing a deal costs Brits £1,500 a year

Bargain shopping tag

Clever sales tactics are the reason many of us spend money on cut-price products we don't really want or need. We explore a modern phenomenon.

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Six reasons you should switch banks

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The competition watchdog is investigating why so few of us switch bank accounts. Here are six reasons you should be looking for a new provider.

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How to buy a new car with a loan or credit card

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Motorists gearing up to buy a new set of wheels now that the "64" plates have been released are being urged to snap up one of the cheap loan deals or competitive credit card offerings currently up for grabs.

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Are overdrafts the worst way to borrow?

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Banking regulators say that charges on overdrafts have become too complicated – and they are also one of the most expensive forms of credit.

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Quiz: Which millionaire are you?

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We all dream of what we'd do if we were millionaires, but would you be a philanthropist, a savvy investor or a socialite? Take our quiz and find out.

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11 things less likely to happen than being a millionaire

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Why being a millionaire is more likely than getting injured by a toilet, having a double-yolker and hurting yourself while mowing the lawn. 

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Top 7 music videos for people with money on their minds

Money on my mind

Confused.com is giving away £1,000,000! So, if like us, you have money on your mind why not check out these music videos, which are all about the moolah.

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End of the line for travellers’ cheques

Travellers cheques and passports

Introduced in the 1700s, travellers’ cheques have served holidaymakers well. But as they become harder to cash, we look at the modern-day alternatives.

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23 things you could do if you were a millionaire

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Trips to Disneyland, Costco spending sprees, and heated toilet seats - we all love to dream of what we'd do with a million pounds.

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