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We've all heard stories about children who go off to university – armed with only a student loan, an overdraft facility and perhaps a credit card – and run up mountains of debt in the first few months. Make sure that doesn’t happen to your offspring by teaching them the true value of money, well before they leave home.
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Most of us probably resolve to be more sensible with money in these times. We're going to live frugally, save regularly and not go into the red. But, mysteriously, within a few months we seem to have run up a credit card debt and blown our savings on a holiday. The truth is that you don't need cast-iron discipline or the wisdom of Warren
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