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Wednesday 17th July 2019

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Mouthy Money

Emma Leaven and the jokes…about jokes

This cartoon is part of a series of graphic strips by Steve Bee, author of the Pension Guru cartoons. Join Emma and her family as they muddle through life puzzling over any-and-all things personal finance.

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Sugru, the futuristic fixer

A while ago (and by a ‘while’, I now means several years), I was sitting in a business lecture at university, when the professor mentioned a product. On the face of it, this product sounded incredibly simple in premise, but it had come to be wildly successful. I bought some, and have since been blown…

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Emma Leaven and the bodge budgeting

This cartoon is part of a series of graphic strips by Steve Bee, author of the Pension Guru cartoons. Join Emma and her family as they muddle through life puzzling over any-and-all things personal finance.

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Emma Leaven and the purfect Prime Minister

This cartoon is part of a series of graphic strips by Steve Bee, author of the Pension Guru cartoons. Join Emma and her family as they muddle through life puzzling over any-and-all things personal finance.

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Emma Leaven and the recipe rummage

This cartoon is part of a series of graphic strips by Steve Bee, author of the Pension Guru cartoons. Join Emma and her family as they muddle through life puzzling over any-and-all things personal finance.

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Don’t fall for the “new season” food fad

With March and April nearly behind us, we’ve survived the “hungry gap”, that hiatus between winter and spring when UK-grown produce is most limited and least interesting. Yet we’ve done the winter food thing and we’re looking forward impatiently to full-throated spring and summer. As in mainland Europe, where the arrival of spring is celebrated…

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Emma Leaven and the tumultuous tax

This cartoon is part of a series of graphic strips by Steve Bee, author of the Pension Guru cartoons. Join Emma and her family as they muddle through life puzzling over any-and-all things personal finance.

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Debt repayment – my journey so far

I have a history with debt. I opened my first credit card when I was 18. That first trip to my university bank saw me leaving with a ‘free’ overdraft and credit card. Of course, they weren’t free, but this was my introduction to borrowing and the start of my ‘buy now pay for it…

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Stockpiling food for a no-deal Brexit: sensible or silly?

No one really knows what’s happening with dare-I-mention-it Brexit, but I think it’s safe to assume at this point that there’s a very real possibility we will leave with no-deal. In anticipation of no deal, some UK citizens have been prepping by stockpiling food and other items because there might be interference in supplies from…

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I agree with Prince Harry: Fortnite should be banned

So Prince Harry has called for Fortnite to be banned in the UK, questioning the benefit it brings to households. I have three boys and the two eldest have been playing Fortnite for the past three months. I can see a change in them, and I must agree with Harry. In January of this year…

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