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6 Smart Money Resolutions You Need To Make This Year

Ready to make some money resolutions this year? Financial journalist and author Laura Whateley shares her advice for making this year your most financially savvy yet. January might feel like the worst month for your finances – with the hangover of Christmas frivolities and spending. On top of that, some of us are struggling to…
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Building Your Pension Nest Egg

It can be tough thinking about funding your retirement when you’re still paying off a mortgage or saving for your children’s education. But, as our experts explain, it’s never too early to start planning for your pension. Do your eyes glaze over when someone says ‘pension’ You’re not alone. One in three 35-to 44-year-olds hasn’t…
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5 Ways To Improve Your Money Habits

Constantly chasing your tail when it comes to your finances? Financial journalist Laura Whateley shares small steps you can take to improve your money habits. Many of us don’t feel in control of our financial destiny. This might be because we rarely have time to pause and take stock of our finances. Unexpected costs can…
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Supercharge Your Retirement Savings At Any Age

It’s never too early to plan for retirement savings, and with a few smart steps, you can set yourself up to achieve everything you want in life. Here are the money action points to supercharge them across the decades – in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. Words: Rosalind Ryan The financial landscape is…
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