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If you’re jetting off on holiday over the next few months, you need to set aside some time to organise your travel money. Plan your travel money and avoid being out of pocket.
Want to know how to change your career with your own home business ideas? Financial journalist, Katie Morley meets three entrepreneurs running their own successful businesses.
We spoke to Instagram influencer Joanna Dunford for her take on the best places to eat, stay and see in Dorset on a budget.
“With a little time and creativity you can make hundreds of pounds in additional income”. Financial journalist Katie Morley has picked three ways to earn extra money and we meet three Money Means readers who boosted their incomes by turning their passions into home-based businesses.
Are you or a loved one heading to university this year or next? Here's Harriet Meyer's guide to help you plan and budget.
Harriet Myer explores the things your parents might never have taught you about money
Ever dreamed of running your own restaurant? Money Means spoke to Tom Hunt to find out how to start a restaurant and how to run a catering business.
Travel journalist Helen Ochyra has rounded up some of the hottest holidays for 2017 – and has eight creative ideas on how to save for them. FSCS protects your money in UK banks, building societies and credit unions. The service is free and automatic.
Esther Shaw's guide to writing a will and inheritance tax - NOBODY wants to contemplate their own death, but unless you plan ahead and write a will, you risk leaving chaos and heartache for loved ones left behind – not to mention an unnecessary tax bill.
An expert team of brides and wedding gurus share their advice, from venues and entertainment, to dresses and DIY decorations. Have the perfect wedding - whatever your budget!
If you are planning or pregnant with your first child, here's 7 tips to help you budget in order to afford maternity and paternity leave from financial guru Rebecca O'Connor.
The average cost of raising a child has risen to more than £200,000. Parenting journalist Olivia Gordon meets three mums to find out how much you really have to spend – and how to save for your family.
Esther Shaw explores ways to manage and reduce the cost of childcare - As any parent will testify, the cost of childcare does not come cheap.
Save as much as £2000 before Christmas and avoid getting into debt following this savings guide from financial expert Holly Thomas
More than half of Brits in a relationship don’t know how many debts their partner has. Here's Esther Shaw's guide to getting your finances out in the open as a couple.
Holly Thomas explains how to get most for your money when it comes to planning your holiday, whether you're on a tight budget or you just want to save on any uneccesarry costs
Esther Shaw's guide on travel insurance looks at 'need to knows' and explains a variety of cover on offer to holiday makers and those travelling
Sleeping Trees speak to Money Means discussing everything from how their career started, to what it takes to set up and run an accomplished comedy theatre group, and how to succeed at 'Edinburgh Fringe'
Esther Shaw has some of the top money saving tips for honoured wedding guests
Wedding expert Caroline Bradley says the cost of a wedding can spiral if you’re not prepared for hidden costs. Here's a useful budget planner to help you stick to your wedding budget
David Budworth explains the 5 tax changes of 2016 and how they affect you.
Try these easy ways to save money to stretch your salary and boost your savings from Katie Morley
A robot revolution could transform the job market within a few decades, as developments in artificial intelligence and technologies continue to race ahead. Harriet Meyer explains all.
The best investment you can ever make is not in a home, stocks and shares or even gold, but in yourself. Rebecca O'Connor explains what “investing in yourself” really means.