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Cash Chats is a twice-weekly podcast Andy hosts to help you with your finances. At the start of the week he’s joined for these friendly and accessible conversations by a member or friend the UK Money Blogger community to cover topics as diverse as freebies and investments. Then on Thursday you can listen to a bonus “deals of the week” episode – a quick run down of the hottest offers from the last seven days.

Cash Chats #116 Saving money when working from home

If you're now working from home there's a good chance you'll be spending less, but there are a few things you should be doing to make sure other costs don't get out of control.  In this week's episode I've shared how I've used home working to save cash over the...

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Cash Chats #112 – How to be ethical and money saving

I want to make better ethical decisions when spending money, but I sometimes come up short. Though I boycott brands like Nestle and Sports Direct while only buying cruelty-free cosmetics and free-range meats, I also fly long haul, shop at Amazon and have the latest...

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Cash Chats #111 – Is it still worth saving money?

This week we've seen some of the top-paying and most popular savings accounts cut their rates at the same time that inflation has hit a six month high. Combined it's bad news for savers, meaning any money you put away is earning less and worth less. So should you just...

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Cash Chats #110 – Your forgotten cash

This week Tesco revealed how there are £17 million worth of Clubcard vouchers due to expire at the end of February. People have had the points for two years but forgotten that if they don't use them they lose them. So I've shared the different places you might have...

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Cash Chats #109 – Do you really need to switch bank?

This week on the podcast I've looked into whether you actually need to switch bank. Though there are certainly benefits for moving your banking, from higher interest on savings through to smart apps to help you budget, you might not actually have to switch to take...

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