Loose Change: Why I live to complain

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Loose Change is a series of blogposts by members of the UK Money Blogger community where they let loose on a financial issue important to them. This week Scott from The Grumpy Git shares his frustration that people do not know how to complain effectively and seek redress by reinforcing their consumer rights Complaining for […]

Say no to single use wrapping paper

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Loose Change is a series of blogposts by members of the UK Money Blogger community where they let loose on a financial issue important to them. This week Zoe from ecothriftyliving shares why she wants us to #CutTheWrap this Christmas. —- Have you started thinking about wrapping your Christmas gifts yet? Before you go out […]

Why doesn’t Britain Invest?

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Loose Change is a series of blogposts by members of the UK Money Blogger community where they let loose on a financial issue important to them. This week Simon from the Financial Expert blog shares his frustration that we’re not a nation of investors.  ——- The highest interest rate you can earn on a quick-access […]

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

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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 […]

Banning charging for card payments – bad for small businesses

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This Loose Change article is by David Taylor who blogs about his money-saving journey at Thinking Thrifty – everything from snapping up reduced food in his local supermarket to renovating a café for under £500. I’m a big old hater of charges, can’t stand the horrible things, whether that be the ridiculous bank charge for sending you […]