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Andy Webb

Andy is the Money Advice Service’s senior blog writer. He’s been with us since May 2014, having spent 10 years at the BBC. He also runs his own money saving blog and volunteers as a financial capability trainer with the CAB.

Contact Andy at blog@moneyadviceservice.org.uk with any feedback or to let us know about the issues that matter to you.

Latest Posts

Use the Force: What Star Wars can teach us about money

25 May 2017

Star Wars is 40! We love the films (well maybe not The Phantom Menace) so we wanted to share four lessons about cash we can all learn from Luke, Leia, Han and co.

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The heat is on: six ways to save money this summer

23 May 2017

Summer could easily mean more spending as you spend less time indoors and head away on holiday. But even if that is true, you can also cut back some of your bills and outgoings.

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Could you be getting a better deal from your bank?

22 May 2017

How long have you been with your bank? Often we open one when we’re 18, and have been with the same branch ever since. Well, like energy, broadband and mobile phones you could get a better deal if you switch.

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DIY sandwiches aren’t the only way to cut your food bills

18 May 2017

We’ve looked back at some of our most popular food related blogposts from guests to share the top ways to spend less on your groceries.

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Buying a house? Don’t forget these costs

19 Apr 2017

If you’re house hunting the main numbers you probably think about are the house price and monthly mortgage payments, but there’s more you need to consider which could considerably increase the cost of buying a home.

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