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Be Clever With Your Cash is completely independent. All views expressed are those of the writer. This is is really important to me. I don’t write content because a PR or brand has asked or paid me. I write about topics and deals where I think you can save money or better manage your money.
I refuse all sponsored or paid posts – whether that’s money or in exchange for free goods or services. This means I turn down a lot of money! But I think it’s essential to maintain the independence of the blog, and make sure that I’m only sharing information, tricks and deals with you which I think can help you Be Clever With Your Cash.
But of course, I do need to earn money so I can keep writing and sharing these articles with you. The way I do this is to use affiliate links and display advertising on the site.
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The links also have no influence on which deals I share with you. All deals or offers are selected purely on how good a deal they are. So if the best deal doesn’t have an affiliate link, I’ll still tell you it’s the best deal. In fact many of the things I write about don’t have any affiliate links, for example bank accounts.
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