I Do. Do You?

Five Financial Questions to Ask Before Marriage

In 1895, 50 out of every 1,000 women in the UK got married annually.1 Currently, according to the Office for National Statistics, marriages are at the lowest rates ever. In the last few years, on average, only 235,000 couples tied the knot each year in the UK.1 Is it due […]

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How Donors Choose Charities

How Donors Choose Charities

The United Kingdom is at the forefront of the developed world for giving money to charity. In fact, Britain is the sixth most charitable nation in the world.1 Why do you donate to charity? Is it because you want to support the organisation? Is it because you feel a connection […]

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Marathon Training 101

How to Train for a Marathon

For runners, competing in marathons is all about the personal challenge. You want to test your limits and see how far your body can take you! However, if you are a novice marathoner, you will need some assistance while gearing up for training for your first long-distance run. So, whether […]

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Making the Most of Your Weekend

After a long and trying workweek, the weekend is the designated time to relax and do something exciting to unwind. However, often times we find ourselves engaging in the same activities nearly every weekend. Did you know three in four Brits do the exact same thing every Saturday and Sunday? […]

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Travel Tips for Business Travellers

Practical Business Travelling Tips

Embarking on a business trip is hectic; you have to pack, hop on a plane, prepare your work, check-in at a hotel and eventually try to rest before repeating the same cycle the following morning. Not exactly relaxing — especially if you’re not used to it! If you’re a first-time […]

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Work From Home Like A Pro

7 Best Practices for Working From Home

Last year, the Office of National Statistics found the percentage of home workers in the UK has risen to 13.9% of the workforce — the highest such percentage since they began documenting the statistic in 1998.1 The total number of people working from home has also risen to its highest […]

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How Much Debt Does The UK Have?

Borrowing Versus Lending in Britain

Did you know the UK has accumulated a debt of over £2 billion in the last year — made up entirely of money and items we have borrowed from friends, family and neighbours? The average Brit currently owes and is owed £329. Interestingly, Brits cope with this debt differently by […]

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