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Car adverts can earn drivers £2,000 a year

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If you're willing to have adverts stuck to the side of your car, you could earn some much-needed extra income - up to £2,000 a year in some cases.

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A beginner's guide to Bitcoins

A beginners guide to bitcoins

Although Bitcoins have been around since 2009, the hype and fascination over the unregulated virtual currency has increased rapidly. Confused about the Bitcoin? Let’s take a closer look at the cryptocurrency.

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Spending Review 2013: What it means for your finances

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Chancellor George Osborne has outlined changes in government spending which will take effect in 2015. We look at what this means for you and your finances.

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Find your lost and unclaimed money

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It's easy to lose track of old bank and savings accounts, premium bonds, pensions and life insurance policies. Find your lost and unclaimed money.


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What the 2013 Budget means for you

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Autumn fuel duty rise scrapped, a penny off a pint of beer and help for homebuyers. We round-up Chancellor George Osborne's 2013 Budget and what it means for you.

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Low rates dampen ISA enthusiasm

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Low interest rates have turned this year's ISA season into a damp squib. But don't let poor rates put you off making the most of your tax-free savings.

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Low interest rates affect Brits’ finances

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March marks the fourth anniversary of the Bank of England base rate hitting its record low of 0.5 per cent. We look at how interest rates have affected you in terms of savings, mortgages, loans and pensions.

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Top tips to get your finances back on track

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Have your New Year’s money resolutions slipped already? Personal finance journalist Esther Shaw explains how to get your bank balance heading back in the right direction.

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New OrSaveIt app encourages impulse saving

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New mobile phone app OrSaveIt aims to turn you from an impulse buyer into an impulse saver. Money journalist Neil Faulkner looks at how it works.

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Blog: Why I'm a fan of premium bonds

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Premium bonds are certainly popular, with many people regarding them as a safe way to gamble, says journalist and premium bonds holder Maria McCarthy. But are they worth it?

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