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People are Having Fun in Their Old Clothes

Spending statistics that watch what we spend our meagre casual salaries on appear to show a shift in the very fabric of modern consumerism, with the people moving away from buying clothes and gadgetry nonsense in favour of spending money on "experiences" with friends and family. Read More >>

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Are You Blowing £2,500 a Year on Coffee, Crisps and Sandwiches?

Stats collated by Visa Contactless claim those who commute to work burn a staggering £10.59 a day buying lunch, breakfast, snacks and coffee, adding up to a total of around £2,500 a year. A third of people asked said they don't count this grazing expenditure as part of their everyday financial budget, choosing to ignore burning thousands on Double Deckers and coffee. [Telegraph] Read More >>

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How Budgeting Your Gadget Purchases Could Blow Your Budget

We all know what it's like: you decide you finally need to get a new computer, TV or camera. The first thing you do is work out how much you can spend, then start looking for the best products in your price range. Big mistake, because budgeting like that will likely cause you to spend more. Here's how to wise up. Read More >>