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Whether you are buying or selling make sure you check out these websites


Searching for a new property can be an arduous process, but the internet may be able to help make your search a little less stressful.

As the government scraps Child Trust Funds, we round up what this means for parents.


At present,1.4 million parents, relatives and friends are contributing money to accounts with more than £22 million being added every month.

Britons 'need to brush up on South African rand knowledge'


Many Britons are unaware there is a limit to how much rand can be taken into and out of South Africa, it has been revealed.

What do you want to know about the emergency Budget?


The new Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has announced the date of the emergency Budget.

The Financial Impact of the Icelandic Volcano


The Icelandic Ash cloud has caused devastation on air travel throughout the UK, and weeks after the eruption the chaos still remains...

What is the best iPad deal for you?


In preparation for the iPad's UK release we round up the mobile phone networks' price plans for the Apple's new tablet computer.

What are your rights during the British Airways strike?


With a further 20 days of British Airways strikes planned we take look at what it means for your consumer rights.

Know Your Money 2010 Festival Competition - win up to £250


To celebrate the arrival of the festival season we're giving away £250 in cash and nine runners up prizes for the people who send us the best festival tips.

Student loan repayments on the increase


Following the latest rise in inflation student loan repayments are set to rise, we look at how it could affect your finances.

Making the most of cheap flights


Our brief guide to making the most of your money when booking a cheap flight this year.

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Know Your Money news articles are written by:

Rassam Fakour-Zaker
Rassam Fakour-Zaker writes blog and feature articles on a wide range of financial and cultural topics.

Jeff Abbott
Jeff Abbott covers money savings and consumer interest areas.

Jamie Wright
Jamie Wright writes reviews for financial products and consumer finance guides.

Paul Davies
Paul Davies writes articles on the financial industries and economic matters.

Jonathan Thomas
Jonathan Thomas covers insurance industry issues and also news from the banking sector.

Mark Mitchell
Mark Mitchell writes on a broad range of financial and consumer issues.

Luke Jovetic
Luke Jovetic covers all aspects of economic news as well as money savings articles.

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