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Teach teens about money to prepare them for student life

Learning how to handle money correctly from a young age can prevent people from developing reckless spending habits later in life. In this feature we explore how parents can teach their teenagers to be financially independent and prepare them for student life.

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Moving into a student house? 5 things you need to know

The move from first to second year at university often comes with a lot of change as most students will have to start paying bills for the first time. In this feature we discuss how you can keep your finances organised and pay bills responsibly.

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How students can help the environment while saving money

As a student, what can you do to help the environment? In this feature we discuss the small tweaks you can make to your day-to-day life that can help combat climate change and even save you money.

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A guide for second-year students: how to handle bills

The move from first to second year at university often comes with a lot of change as most students will have to start paying bills for the first time. In this feature we discuss how you can keep your finances organised and pay bills responsibly.

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How to stop your housemates from driving you crazy

Research reveals 18-34-year-olds main concerns about living in a shared house. We offer advice and tips on how to deal with these concerns and live peacefully in a house-share.

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Student budgeting: the struggle is real

Research has exposed a gap in money management education ahead of students embarking on university, prompting renewed calls for lessons to be compulsory on the school curriculum. We offer budgeting tips for students feeling the pinch.

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