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Are You Paying £300 Per Year Too Much For Broadband?

The way broadband providers advertise deals is so murky and misleading, and new laws came into force last month which require them to break down their pricing in a simpler way to make it easier for consumers to differentiate between deals and choose the best one for them. At the moment many people are paying...

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A Guide To Distance Learning In The UK

If you are unable to study full-time, or you are unsuited to the discipline of academic life, distance learning offers the perfect solution. Whatever skills you possess or however personable your character may be, unless you can produce the appropriate paperwork detailing your academic qualifications, it is increasingly difficult in a globally competitive labour market...

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How To Find Cheaper Car Insurance Quotes

The average cost of car insurance in the UK is £550 and rising fast. Young driver under 25 years old are on average paying over £1200. Finding the cheapest car insurance to meet your individual requirements can seem like a daunting task and not one that many people look forward to tackling. Trawling through websites and comparing...

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The Best Online Sales This Week

Here is TheMoneyDaily’s up to date list of current major high street and online retailers’ sales. Check back regularly as these sales are often short lived and depend on stock availability. Grab a bargain before they go! [hotspots label]   H&M – Up To 70% Off Sale  The popular high street retailer is offering discounts of up...

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Are Solar Panels Still A Good Investment in 2017?

Over the past 3 years, installing solar panels on your roof has been a popular way to save on your energy bills while contributing to conservation efforts. Homeowners have been able to earn money by generating their own electricity while earning money under the government’s Feed-In Tariff scheme while earning additional money by selling excess power...

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6 Alternatives To The Hated Big 6 Energy Companies

There has never been a better time to leave the much hated “Big Six” energy suppliers. While oil prices and stock markets plummet around the world, energy prices in the UK continue to defy gravity. While the shareholders at British Gas, EDF, Eon, nPower, ScottishPower and SSE will no doubt be delighted at the obscene profits...

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