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Jamescee | 16/08/2018

Personal loans

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consumer credit

Personal loan match to your credit criteria

Moneysupermarket



Jamescee | 14/08/2018

Utilita

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electricity

Cheap friendly smart meter



Jamescee | 14/08/2018

Motor

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motor vehicle tax

New motor vehicle the car tax is free



John1Smith2 | 08/08/2018

MoneySavingExpert's Money Tips Email

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Free of charge weekly tips from one of the best UK savings advices site. It was my bible-book for few years:
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aman5ingh | 19/06/2018

Stop getting ripped. Don't send money overseas blindly with banks!

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This is a super tip that I have learnt over the years and it has saved me £££.

When I moved to the UK, I used to send money back home using my bank. I did that for more than 2 years and one day I came across alternate money transfer company and that changed the way I send money to my loved ones.

Banks charge hidden fees in bad exchange rates - every time you blindly use your bank to send money overseas, you could be losing as much as 10-15% (I am not kidding!).

Check this guide and do your calculations before transferring money abroad.

https://www.comparism.com/best-way-to-send-money-to-india-from-uk/

Try alternate money transfer services like TransferWise and save as much as £40 on every £1000 you transfer abroad - check it out now: https://www.comparism.com/transferwise-review/


sportymiss wrote on 19.06.2018 at 11:56

You're preaching to the converted mate. Most if not all of us on here use Revolut. Best exchange rates around and no fees.



Edwardbarker99 | 16/06/2018

Walking

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hobby activities

Walking is free make that your hobby



Edwardbarker99 | 16/06/2018

Area

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nights out

Worse the area, cheaper the night out
Key to life ^



Edwardbarker99 | 16/06/2018

NEw is better

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motor vehicle tax

get a new car, tax is free



Edwardbarker99 | 16/06/2018

Walk

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public transportation

dont drive walk everywhere its free


sportymiss wrote on 17.06.2018 at 09:00

No it isn't free. It wears out your shoes and makes you hungry.


sal2015 wrote on 17.06.2018 at 10:02

Yes, walking is not free.

A cost benefit analysis should always be considered before creating inaccurate savings tips !



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