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Winner! Financial Blog of the Year, Headlinemoney Awards 2017 & 2018

Podcast archive

Cash Chats is a weekly podcast Andy hosts to help you with your finances. 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.

Cash Chats ep 57: The companies keeping your money

Companies are happy to take our cash, but it's sometimes a different story when they owe us money. This week on the podcast I share how I've had to chase brands, from Three to Travelodge, for money they don't automatically pay me back. Tune in to find out where you...

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Cash Chats ep 56: The new financial year

April 6th sees the start of the new financial year, and with it some changes to the money you bring home, and the cost of things you buy. In this week's episode I've given you a quick rundown of the main changes, such as how much tax you pay, and the bills that'll...

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Cash Chats ep55: Couponing with guest Jordon Cox

I've never been 100% convinced by couponing, so I asked Coupon Kid Jordon Cox to join me on the podcast this week and convince me it's worth the time and effort. We talk about where to find coupons, how to make sure you don't get carried away, "wombling" and why you...

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Cash Chats ep54: The big chocolate rip-off

As someone who is passionate about getting the best value for money, I’ve got issues with Easter. Easter eggs specifically. Nowhere else are manufacturers and supermarkets charging such a premium for something you can get in a different shape all year around for far...

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Cash Chats ep52: Best ways to save at the cinema

I love going to the cinema, but I hate paying full price which can easily hit £15 or more. So I've hunted out the best savings which I've shared in this week's podcast. Find out how to get tickets for less, including how anyone can get student prices, through to the...

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Cash Chats ep50: Battle of the supermarkets

I like Waitrose, and I like Aldi, but which is better? There's only one way to find out... Fight! We've all got different reasons for picking the supermarket we shop in. It could be price, it could be quality, it could just be whichever is nearest. But we've all got...

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