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Should I Overpay My Mortgage?

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If you’re asking, ‘Should I overpay my mortgage?’, then you’ve got a Wallet Savvy mindset. But before you do, financial expert Michael Barton highlights some key considerations to make first. During my time as a personal financial advisor, one of the questions I was often asked was if a client should overpay on their mortgage. … Read more

What Is A Lifetime ISA?

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You’ve heard of an ISA, but what is a Lifetime ISA? Here, our financial expert Michael Barton outlines how it can help you make the most of interest and bonuses, plus all the important T&Cs. If you’re looking to save for your first home or toward your retirement, one of the investment vehicles that should … Read more

20 Easy Ways To Reduce Your Spending

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‘How can I stop spending?’ The good news is, you don’t have to stop completely. Here are 20 easy ways to reduce your spending and make your money go further in the long run. We’ve all had that feeling of dismay (helplessness, even) when we look at our latest bank statement and ponder where our … Read more

Best Balance Transfer Credit Cards

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Transferring a high-interest debt to a card with 0% interest is a fantastic solution to clearing your debt. Here, we circle the best balance transfer cards available today, and show you how to squeeze all the juice from them sensibly and effectively. Balance transfer cards are like music to my ears! Why? Because it replaces … Read more

25 Easy Ways To Make Your Money Work Harder For You

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No matter your income – high or low – knowledge and strategies are key to the power of controlling your wealth. Here are some easy ways to make your money work harder for you. Finding ways to make your money work harder for you doesn’t have to be like searching for the Holy Grail. Sure, … Read more

Cheapest Energy Providers (UK)

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Not sure how and where to switch to for the best deal on your utilities? We outline today’s cheapest energy providers in the UK, as well as all the ways to switch and save. Are you concerned with the high cost of energy prices? Switching to the cheapest energy providers in the UK could save … Read more

Teacher Discounts (UK)

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If you’re a teacher, retired teacher, or work in an educational setting, there are some fantastic teacher discounts in the UK, created just for you. Find out how you can save hundreds of pounds and more right here… Health workers have their Blue Light Card discounts – a wonderful way to reward key workers and … Read more

Best Budgeting Apps (UK)

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Want to get a grip on your budgeting and make the most out of your earnings? You need the best UK budgeting apps, carefully researched and collated right here by our expert, Michael Barton. I’m a firm believer that financial freedom is founded on good money management, and that this relies on effective budgeting. The … Read more

Average Savings UK

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Knowing what everyone else is doing with their savings could be a good benchmark, right? Not necessarily. Here, we explain what the average savings are in the UK, where you stand, and how you can save handsomely even on a low income. Something I learned at an early age, thanks to my parents, was the … Read more

Roth IRA UK Equivalent

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Want a Roth IRA but don’t live in the US? The UK has its own alternatives to help you save for your first home or retirement. Here we seek out the best Roth IRA UK equivalent for you. I’ve worked a lot with American firms and individuals, and an investment product that is spoken about … Read more

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