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Hi everyone! 

I wanted to use this email to highlight a savings account that I know will help a lot of you - the Help To Save account.

The government's made this available for anyone in receipt of Universal Credit or entitled to Working Tax Credit, and it pays out an amazing bonus of 50% of every £1 you pay in. Use the link above to check it out, and if you qualify and can set aside between £1 - £50 every month over the four year period, then grab it with both hands.

Even if you only pay in £1 a month, this is worth doing, and you don't have to keep receiving the benefit after signing up.

My week's been busy updating older posts; I got wrapped up in it and did loads, but I won't ever bring you any more than four at a time, so here are some I thought you'd like. Enjoy!

Updated Posts This Week
Housing Hacks: How Your Home Can Earn You Money

Do you know how your home can earn you money? These housing hacks aren't about how to make money at home, they're about how to make money with your home!

How To Save Money On Train Travel
Surely everyone in the UK who's commuted by train has wondered how they can save money on train fares. Here are some ways to make train travel less costly.
Bangernomics

Bangernomics is the art of squeezing every penny's worth out of a cheap secondhand car, but is it worth it? Here's how much our bangers have cost us.

How To Buy Inexpensive Wedding Rings That Will Last A Lifetime

When planning a wedding on a budget, you need great value for money. Here are some tips for buying inexpensive wedding rings that will last a lifetime.

Thanks for reading! I hope you have a lovely week, and I'll be back with more new posts and helpful offers next weekend.

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