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The Money section of Finance Monthly is your comprehensive guide to all things finance, from managing debt to smart investing. This section offers a wealth of resources for individuals seeking to enhance their financial literacy and take control of their finances. Written by experienced contributors, these pieces are designed to help you make informed decisions, maximize your financial resources, and navigate the complexities of the financial world with confidence.

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Pet Insurance prices rising

23rd May 2024
With 16m pet owners in Britain the consensus on prices in the pet industry is largely, very unhappy! With vet prices increasing and pet insurance doing the same it is becoming harder for people to afford their beloved pets.   In 2023 just in the months of July to December pet insurance prices rose by […]
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Are your vets overcharging you?

23rd May 2024
In Britain there are around 16m household with at least one pet, a large market for vet practices pet services. Many people feel that their vet practice is overcharging for prescriptions and treatment services including medication. The CMA have launched an investigation into the vet industry which is expected to take around 18 months to […]
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Inflation falls again, expectations to come…

21st May 2024
The research firm, Kanter found that inflation has fallen to 2.3% which is a drop from 3.2% in April. This announcement is encouraging to hear and brings hope that the UK is on the right track as this is the lowest level in three years. Shoppers are still opting for own-brand labels rather than branded […]
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Mental health awareness when struggling with your finances

21st May 2024
1 in 4 people experience mental health problems however many people go without any support or reaching out for help. The stigma around mental health is still an issue and prevents many from taking action. Personal finances can often be a cause or an outcome of mental health problems. 1.5M people in England experience problem […]
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A UK summer on a budget

20th May 2024
The summer holidays are coming and you might be panicking about what to do, how to entertain the kids for 6 weeks and create lasting memories. Your budget doesn’t have to be blown this summer and you can still make the most of the warm months and long days with the family.
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Home insurance costs are rising so what can you do to keep the prices down?

20th May 2024
Home insurance premiums are becoming more expensive as conditions such as extreme weather are pushing the prices up. Figures released by Compare the Market showed that from January to March this year home insurance costs rose by a huge 31%. It was found that the average combined building and contents policy climbed up to £209 […]
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Latest data creates a mixed picture over the higher cost of living

16th May 2024
The latest official figures have revealed muddled information as many still grapple with the higher cost of living. Rises in wages for UK workers remained at a relatively higher level for between January and March this year, the latest figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) showed. Average weekly earnings increased by 6% for […]
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Winning the race to rent

15th May 2024
Rental properties are hard to catch and recently the competition has become fiercer as Zoopla report that listed rental properties only remain available for 25 days on average. The high demand coupled with the lack of available properties is forcing tenants to move quickly. 3 things you need to do to win the race
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How to ask for a raise at work?

15th May 2024
If you think you should be paid more for your job then there is no harm in asking the question, but make sure you are prepared and you know how to address the topic with your boss.   How to know if you should ask for a raise? You have taken on more responsibilities and […]
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The UK exits the recession

10th May 2024
The UK's economy has grown The UK entered a recession in the later months of 2023 as the UK saw a decline in GDP of 0.5% and people across the country felt the effects of rising prices and interest rates. This was the UK’s third recession in 16 years. Today, the 10th May 2024, official […]
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Hiring a car on holiday

9th May 2024
Hiring a car when you go on holiday is a popular choice to give you the freedom to go wherever you want without having to rely on public transportation and schedules. If you can, make sure to book a few months in advance to keep costs down.   Popular car hire companies Europcar Avis Enterprise […]
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Football clubs in debt

7th May 2024
UK football clubs make their money from sponsorships, matchdays and broadcast however often this isn’t enough to keep them out of debt. The spending of a football clubs on infrastructure, salaries, competitions and more is often far more then the club earns back causing mounting debt and potential breaches of FFP.   FFP rules FFP […]
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