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Looking after your money

Although making and saving money is something I like to focus on, it’s equally important that you keep an eye on your finances. Take a look at some of the best personal finance apps, savings accounts and possible scams to look out for.

Managing your money

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Oval Money

An app that helps you budget… and gives you £5 for joining!

Yolt

Another budgeting app, this one is brought to you by ING Bank.

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Best budgeting and finance apps

Not convinced by Yolt or Oval? Then take a look at all the best apps available.

Putting money aside

Lifetime ISA

This savings account could give you up to a £1000 boost each year.

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Help to Save

A government back schemed that could earn you a 50% bonus.

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Automatic savings

If you struggle with saving, there’s an app that can do it for you.

Warning!

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Mofono

Want free money for your text messages? Think again!

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£100 with no effort?

Would you give your passport details over for £100? Many people do.


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Tips for spotting a scam

There are lots of scams out there. Here are a few tips to spot them.

Growing up

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Money lessons for kids

How to teach your children about money and spending with GoHenry.

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Coding for kids

Why not encourage your children to do something useful on the computer with coding?

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Student accounts

A word of warning to anyone thinking about opening a student account.

Housing

UK average bills

House bills

A list of bills you can expect to pay when you own or rent a house

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Mortgage term

Take a look at why I always consider taking out a longer-term mortgage.

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Mortgage advisers

Why I never trust using an estate agent’s mortgage adviser.

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