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Friends before food

Too much month at the end of your money? You're more likely to cut back on food than your mobile or internet to make ends meet. But could it be a more sensible decision than it seems?

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Survival guide to overdrafts

In an ideal world an overdraft is something you’d only use for short-term borrowing. It’s a cushion for when your pay cheque is late or it’s an emergency pot of cash for when there’s a sudden expense that’s not been budgeted for. For everyone else – more than one in ten Brits 'live' in their overdraft – it's an expensive way to conduct their financial affairs. But whether you’re occasionally dipping into minus figures or you’re permanently in the red, having the right account can make a big difference. Here's what you need to know.

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