It’s tempting to look at your student loan and think that you should pay it off as soon as possible, however, in these days of interest free student loans, that’s not necessarily the best course of action. Here's why.
Finances can be tight when you’re starting out. Here are some tips that can help you form money habits that’ll last a lifetime.
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Why you shouldn’t rush to pay off your student loan
It’s tempting to look at your student loan and think that you should pay it off as soon as possible, however, in these days of interest free student loans, that’s not necessarily the best course of action. Here's why. Read more.
Why a debit card might be the right card for you
When you're just starting out on your financial journey money can seem complicated, so if you’re keen to avoid debt but still want some of the advantages of a credit card, we've got the low down on why a debit card could be the best choice for you. Read more.
Hostage Negotiator: How to negotiate your first salary
Negotiating a salary offer is easier said than done, so we asked real life hostage negotiator, Lance Burdett for his advice on how to stay calm and in control during a salary negotiation. Read more.
What not to say in an interview for a graduate role
Most candidates who get through to interview stage generally perform very well – but there is still a small contingent who let themselves down by doing or saying the wrong thing. Here are the top 5 things NOT to do in an interview. Read more.
Know your credit card - What those numbers and symbols mean
Before online shopping, the numbers on our credit cards weren’t something we had to pay much attention to. But once you’ve used those 16 numbers at an online store a few times, you suddenly become a lot more aware. Here’s a short guide about what it all means. Read more.
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