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Streaming TV money-saving hack: Maximize your credit card points - CNET

38 minutes ago   |   CNET

If you're going to be spending a bundle every month on streaming services, you might as well get cash back.
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Young workers and Covid: battered finances, but broader online horizons

12 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Three twentysomething professionals tell us how they've tried to balance the books and find work in the pandemic The pandemic has disproportionately hit young people's economic...
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Should you save for vet bills.or take out pet insurance?

Should you save for vet bills.or take out pet insurance?

13 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

The issue is relevant to 17million UK pet-owning homes - more than three million of which have acquired a pet since Covid struck. Samantha Turner's pooch needed treatment after...
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Bank OZK business banking review: Free checking account and branches in 8 US states

Bank OZK business banking review: Free checking account and branches in 8 US states

21 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Table of Contents: Masthead StickySummary List Placement The bottom line: Bank OZK Small Business Checking Account is a good option if you live in one of the eight US states...
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Credit card balance transfers: How they work and if they're worth it - CNET

21 hours ago   |   CNET

Balance transfer cards can help you save money on high-interest debt - but there are risks, too.
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From Tuk Tuk races in Thailand to snowboarding in Iceland, a CEO who plans corporate retreats says many firms are ditching offices for team-bonding trips

From Tuk Tuk races in Thailand to snowboarding in Iceland, a CEO who plans corporate retreats says many firms are ditching offices for team-bonding trips

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

Summary List Placement Ever imagined yourself Tuk Tuk racing across Thailand with your boss? Or zipping across the French Riviera with your colleagues? While some workers may...
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7 people who retired by age 45 share their top tips

7 people who retired by age 45 share their top tips

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

Summary List Placement It's not about stockpiling money - it's about growing that money After retiring at 37, Chris Reining decided to stop focusing on stockpiling savings and...
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Trump's Save America PAC raised $75 million to fight election result but spent no money on ballot challenges

1 day ago   |   The Independent

‘He has recognised because of what happened after the election, he can make money as a candidate,' Trump biographer says
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Mum chooses to 'live in the garden more than the house' after £10k upgrade

Mum chooses to 'live in the garden more than the house' after £10k upgrade

1 day ago   |   Daily Record

Carla Sherlock, 47, spent the money she had saved from cancelled getaways on converting her garden into her own private paradise.
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Millions of homes to save money on energy bills by being automatically switched

Millions of homes to save money on energy bills by being automatically switched

1 day ago   |   The Mirror

Under new proposals, set out today, Brits on pricier tariffs would be automatically switched to cheaper ones unless they opt out - saving them having to shop around for a...
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Streaming TV money-saving hack: Maximize your credit card points - CNET

If you're going to be spending a bundle every month on streaming services, you might as well get cash back. Read more ...

Influencer Weigh-In Turns Nasty After Money Kicks Throws Flour At Anas Alshayb

Influencer Weigh-In Turns Nasty After Money Kicks Throws Flour At Anas Alshayb

The Social Knockout is coming and fans are going all in. And the beef yesterday at yesterday's face-off was real. So much so, videos have been removed from social media Anas... Read more ...

Young workers and Covid: battered finances, but broader online horizons

Three twentysomething professionals tell us how they've tried to balance the books and find work in the pandemic The pandemic has disproportionately hit young people's economic... Read more ...

Let us test at work to beat 'pingdemic': Say top firms like John Lewis

Let us test at work to beat 'pingdemic': Say top firms like John Lewis

Bosses say a workplace Covid testing drive could play a critical role in keeping the economy firing after 600,000 people were forced into self-isolation after having been... Read more ...

Monzo's biggest investor reduces stake in digital bank

Monzo's biggest investor reduces stake in digital bank

Speculation is mounting that the bank is preparing for an IPO, but it is understood there are no immediate plans for any listing - at least over the next year and a half. Read more ...

FTSE firms 'cannibalising' accounts to boost shareholder dividends

FTSE firms 'cannibalising' accounts to boost shareholder dividends

Firms have increasingly focused on artificially driving up share prices using debt and takeovers, says think-tank Productivity Insights Network. Read more ...

STOCKS TO WATCH: Cats holding out for the cream over sale of Telit

STOCKS TO WATCH: Cats holding out for the cream over sale of Telit

Two weeks ago, Cats told us he wasn't happy with Dbay's £300million, £2.20-a-share takeover offer for the chip designer he founded. Its been increased to £2.29½p, but Cats... Read more ...

US private equity giant closes in on deal with rival to snatch Morrisons

US private equity giant closes in on deal with rival to snatch Morrisons

Fortress, which is backed by Softbank, has teamed up with US businessman Charles Koch and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to agree a £6.3billion offer for the... Read more ...

Tobacco boss: 'We'll stop selling cigarettes in next ten years'

Tobacco boss: 'We'll stop selling cigarettes in next ten years'

Jacek Olczak said his bid to take over Vectura is a crucial part of his plan to become a 'healthcare and wellness' company. Philip Morris International struck the controversial... Read more ...

Older investors leading way in influencing companies they invest in

Older investors leading way in influencing companies they invest in

A survey of Interactive Investor's customers revealed a third of investors aged over 65 are registered to vote at the annual meetings of the companies in which they hold shares. Read more ...