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UK Money Bloggers Discuss: Retirement Planning

Have you started planning for your retirement yet?  There are lots of pain-free ways to plan for your retirement so this month, to inspire you, the UK Money bloggers are sharing their own personal experiences with you this. I’m going to tell you about what I do first because I’m really late to the retirement […]

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Money blogger’s best articles and posts – May 2018

With more than 200 bloggers in our community, it’s difficult to keep up with all the great content they produce to help you make, save or better manage your money. So on this page we’ve asked them to pick one article, video or podcast from May that they really want you to see. Enjoy! An InLinkz […]

UK Money Blogger Money Nest

UK Money Blogger Profile: Money Nest

All about… Money Nest Samuel Jefferies from Money Nest is on a mission to educate a generation. He aims to help 20-30 year olds who’ve missed out on the benefit of personal finance education in school, and breaks down everything they need to know about money now and in the future. We learned a bit more […]

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UK Moneybloggers events and news

ideas for foodbank advent

Some ideas for your #FoodBankAdvent box

Not sure what to include in your #FoodBankAdvent box? Here’s what some of the UK Money Bloggers have included so far. The UK Money Bloggers’ #FoodBankAdvent Christmas campaign launched this week and donations are already off to a great start with many bloggers and readers already adding one item a day, for 25 days, to […]

#FoodbankAdvent - no one should go hnugry at Christmas - a UK Money Blogger's campaign

No one should go hungry at Christmas – #FoodbankAdvent

In one of the richest countries in the world, no one should be hungry at any time of year. But there is something almost obscene about parents worrying about how to feed their children at Christmas or people being alone with no food whilst the rest of the country over-indulges, eating a week’s worth of […]

The 2017 SHOMO awards winners

The 2017 SHOMO Awards: the winners!

Here are the winners and runners-up for the SHOMO Awards 2017:   Grand Prix Award: Money Blogger of the Year Sponsored by Quidco. Winner: Sara Williams at Debt Camel   Best Personal Finance Blog Sponsored by Lansons Winner: Skinted Minted Mum Runner-up: Be Clever With Your Cash   Best Money-Saving Blog Sponsored by Sainsbury’s Bank. […]

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Blogger round-ups

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Money blogger’s best articles and posts – May 2018

With more than 200 bloggers in our community, it’s difficult to keep up with all the great content they produce to help you make, save or better manage your money. So on this page we’ve asked them to pick one article, video or podcast from May that they really want you to see. Enjoy! An InLinkz […]

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Best money blogs from April 2018

With more than 200 bloggers in our community, it’s difficult to keep up with all the great content they produce to help you make, save or better manage your money. So on this page we’ve asked them to pick one article, video or podcast from April that they really want you to see. Enjoy! An InLinkz […]

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Best money blogs – February and March 2018

Catch up on the articles, videos and podcasts from members of the UK Money Bloggers you might have missed in February and March. The bloggers in our community are all pretty prolific, so this roundup is your chance to check out blogs you missed and discover new bloggers. An InLinkz Link-up NOTE FOR BLOGGERS ADDING […]

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Loose Change

Investing in your education as a mature student

David from Money for Monday writes about a range of topics including money, work and life. In 2015 David completed an online HND and today asks whether investment in online courses is a worthwhile expense or best avoided. I didn’t like school and I mean I really didn’t like school. Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t one […]

7 Ways to Support a Friend in Debt

This Loose Change article is by Luci Olivia, a UK money blogger writing and advising about how to have amazing life experiences without giving up on your financial goals on TheFrugalFox.org. Recognising that you have a bad habit – from smoking to drinking to shopping – and then working on it is an admirable journey […]

Loose Change - a diatribe about how complcated it is to find your way through the maze of different types of ISAs

A diatribe about ISAs

This Loose Change article is by Faith Archer, an award-winning personal finance journalist who is also a money blogger at Much More With Less about moving to the country, living on less and making the most of it. Why oh why did the government have to take a good thing, and make it complicated? I’m talking […]

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Blogger profiles

UK Money Blogger Money Nest

UK Money Blogger Profile: Money Nest

All about… Money Nest Samuel Jefferies from Money Nest is on a mission to educate a generation. He aims to help 20-30 year olds who’ve missed out on the benefit of personal finance education in school, and breaks down everything they need to know about money now and in the future. We learned a bit more […]

UK money blogger The Complaining Cow

UK Money Blogger Profile: The Complaining Cow

All about… The Complaining Cow Lots of money bloggers know a thing or two about consumer rights, but when it comes to complaining, Helen Dewdney has written the book. In fact, she’s written the bestseller! Helen helps the public to put forward their complaints effectively and get the results they need. We were pleased to […]

UK Money Blogger Martyna from Money Saving Girl

UK Money Blogger Profile: Money Saving Girl

All about… Money Saving Girl Martyna Sroka-Lalewicz runs the aptly named blog, Money Saving Girl. Martyna loves to try new tricks to save money and then add them to her blog to help everyone else save as much as they can. We found out a bit more about Martyna, her favourite blog posts and more. […]

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Twitter chats

Monday Money UK

Decluttering | #MondayMoneyUK

Sometimes we all accumulate too much stuff. And part of the pain of getting rid of excess belongings is the realisation you might have wasted hard earned cash. But decluttering can be good for you and your wallet as our latest #MondayMoneyUK Twitter chat showed. Our host was Hollie from Thrifty Mum and here’s a […]

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Egg-cellent Easter finances | #MondayMoneyUK

A long weekend, tons of chocolate and family fun, the Easter weekend can be expensive. So this week’s #MondayMoneyUK Twitter chat offers up ways to save. Our host was Eileen from Your Money Sorted. You can read the best tweets below or listen Eileen discussing the chat on Share Radio. Q1 Q1: Never mind Easter […]

Happy new financial year

Happy New Financial Year | #MondayMoneyUK

You thought New Year was reserved for January didn’t you? Perhaps Chinese New Year. Or the Jewish Rosh Hashana. Well, forget all of them as there’s one which is going to have a bigger impact on you and your wallet – the financial new year. What can you expect? For a start, there are no […]

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