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If you are over 55, check what state pension you will get

Over 55? Here’s how to find what your state pension will be

This week’s Loose Change comes from Nick Daws, who blogs at Pounds and Sense covering making money, saving money and investing money, all viewed from a sixty-plus perspective. Nick is a semi-retired freelance writer and editor living in Burntwood, Staffordshire. If you’re in your fifties or older, the chances are you’ll have given at least some […]

Fashion and money

Fashion and your finances | #MondayMoneyUK

Looking good doesn’t always come cheap, so we picked fashion and your finances as the theme for this week’s #MOndayMoneyUK Twitter chat. Our host was Hannah Brice from Feast Style Thrive. Here’s a pick of the best tweets, or you can listen to Hannah discuss the chat on Share Radio. Q1 Right, let’s do this. […]

UK Money Blogger Hannah Brice of Feast Style Thrive

Money Blogger Profile: Feast Style Thrive

All about… Feast Style Thrive Hannah Brice of Feast Style Thrive loves to live well, but she also loves to share ways to afford the good life. Hannah tells us all about her journey from working in the finance industry to writing about personal finance with style.   Tell us about your blog. Feast Style Thrive is […]

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Twitter chats

Fashion and money

Fashion and your finances | #MondayMoneyUK

Looking good doesn’t always come cheap, so we picked fashion and your finances as the theme for this week’s #MOndayMoneyUK Twitter chat. Our host was Hannah Brice from Feast Style Thrive. Here’s a pick of the best tweets, or you can listen to Hannah discuss the chat on Share Radio. Q1 Right, let’s do this. […]

Budgetin basics

Budgeting basics | #MondayMoneyUK

Last week the government’s Budget dominated the headlines without really doing much to help the finances of everyday folk like you and me. So the UK Money Bloggers chose something useful as the theme for this week’s #MondayMoneyUK – budgeting. Our host was From Pennies to Pounds‘ Francesca. You can listen to Francesca discussing the […]

Women & Money twitter chat

Women & Money | #MondayMoneyUK

International Women’s Day is this Wednesday so what better topic than women and money. We night not be able to solve the gender pay gap, but the members of the UK Money Blogger community can help celebrate and encourage financial strength and independence. Our host was Jenni Hill from Can’t Swing A Cat. If you […]

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Loose Change

If you are over 55, check what state pension you will get

Over 55? Here’s how to find what your state pension will be

This week’s Loose Change comes from Nick Daws, who blogs at Pounds and Sense covering making money, saving money and investing money, all viewed from a sixty-plus perspective. Nick is a semi-retired freelance writer and editor living in Burntwood, Staffordshire. If you’re in your fifties or older, the chances are you’ll have given at least some […]

Students – too often the exception that proves the rule…

Each week a different blogger takes on a money topic and lets loose. This time the founder of Levitate Student has something to say about some student money rules that rankle. Whatever the often-disputed meaning of the phrase the “exception that proves the rule”, there are many money rules where some students find, frustratingly, that they […]

Pile of unopened letters - leading to a big PPI refund - by Hollie Gregerson

From unopened envelopes to a huge PPI refund!

This week’s Loose Change is from Hollie Gregerson, who began www.ThriftyMum.com in 2016 whilst starting maternity leave. It’s a growing blog and online community for savvy parents who want to continue a great lifestyle whilst juggling the financial constraints of bringing up children. Unopened Envelopes When I first started going out with my now husband […]

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Blogger profiles

UK Money Blogger Hannah Brice of Feast Style Thrive

Money Blogger Profile: Feast Style Thrive

All about… Feast Style Thrive Hannah Brice of Feast Style Thrive loves to live well, but she also loves to share ways to afford the good life. Hannah tells us all about her journey from working in the finance industry to writing about personal finance with style.   Tell us about your blog. Feast Style Thrive is […]

UK Money Blogger Zoe Morrison

Money Blogger Profile – Eco Thrifty Living

All about… Eco Thrifty Living When it comes to personal finance choices, Zoe Morrison from Eco Thrifty Living keeps a keen eye on the impact on the environment as well as the impact on her wallet. Her goal is to show how eco-friendly choices aren’t necessarily at odds with living on a budget. We spoke to […]

UK Money Blogger Chammy In Real Life

Money Blogger Profile: Chammy In Real Life

All about… Chammy In Real Life Chatty Chermaine, better known as Chammy, describes herself as a jack-of-all-trades blogger. She covers a wide range of subjects, from money saving/money making to health and beauty, lifestyle and parenting. We found out more about her blog and her favourite “real-life ramblings”.   Tell us about your blog.   Chammy […]

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Love and Money – UK Money Bloggers share their thoughts

Many couples will tell you that one of the only things they argue about is money. It’s completely understandable when you stop and think about it because we all have totally different opinions on what’s the best way to manage our money.  It’s such an emotive subject that even small differences in opinion can seem […]

Best of January 2017

Best of the Blogs – January 2017

January is always a busy time in any UK Money Bloggers calendar and this year has been no exception. We have an amazing roundup of posts to share with you ranging from resolutions for 2017 to reviews of 2016 and from foodie ideas to fitness tips.  They all have one thing in common though – all […]

Best money blogs November 2016

The best of the blogs | November 2016

From teaching your kids about money through to how to earn cashback, plus some handy Christmas saving tips, here’s a round-up of the blogs you might have missed in November. Each article has been chosen by the bloggers themselves, so this really is the best of the best. Andy Webb: As a community we’re running […]

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