Christine Long It might be a bit late to start No Buy July – but the lessons learnt can help everyone spend more mindfully.
Larissa Ham Many of us can now do our work from wherever we choose. So why not do it from somewhere with warm temperatures and a low cost of living?
Sylvia Pennington Motorists prepared to buy a second-hand vehicle under the hammer can score serious savings – or find themselves behind the wheel of a lemon, with no recourse.
RISE AND SHINE
David Wilson Research suggests early risers earn more. What's their secret?
THE MOTLEY FOOL
Scott Phillips The start of the new financial year is a good time to see how your finances are faring.
Christine Long If you really put your mind to it, there's a lot you can achieve with your finances in a few weeks.
Nerida Cole Insurance without commission sounds too good to be true - but you just need to know how to get it.
Michelle Hutchison They have fled the nest but are still being spoon-fed. And it's not helping them.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Alex Berlee There is hope for those who like to splurge if they choose to whip their cashflow into shape.
Alexander Tange The Danish government is looking into getting rid of cash payments in shops, moving the country closer to a "cashless" economy.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon They've said the Budget will be 'dull'. That doesn't mean there won't be changes. Here's what might happen.
Dan Hyde Travellers heading to Greece are being advised to take their euros in notes and coins in case the escalating debt crisis prompts the country's banks to switch off their cash machines.
Christine Long Some financial products that claim to ease your cares can send you even deeper into debt.
LOVE AND MONEY
Kate Jones Money differences are responsible for more break-ups than cheating, especially in the first year of a marriage. So what are the financial hurdles - and how do you clear them?
George Cochrane Will splitting and resplitting property ownership work for their tax purposes?
George Cochrane What's the best course open to someone who wants to stay in the country she would love to call home?
George Cochrane With interest rates so low, what's the best strategy for setting up savings for a grandchild?
Geoffrey Mohan Scientists have proved that wealthier parents have cleverer children.
BACK TO BASE
Sylvia Pennington They’ve grown up and flown the nest – until they come back.
John Collett It's not just weight worries that have people kicking the chocolate habit this Easter. Christmas was expensive and, this holiday, they want to cut back.
BACK IT GOES
Christine Long A dress, unsewn is one thing but what if you’ve just changed your mind? We discover what you can take back – and what you get when you do.