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Hannah Maundrell, Former Editor in Chief

Hannah Maundrell is the former Editor in Chief of money.co.uk

How to cope with redundancy

With redundancy and unemployment on the rise, we look at what you can do to soften the blow and survive financially should the worst happen.

Your refund rights explained

If you have been refused a refund for faulty or unwanted goods you are not alone. Here are your rights to help get your money back if a company is refusing to give you a refund.

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Ignoring the letter could cost you £275

With just under one month left for eligible customers that were mis-sold credit card security protection to claim, Hannah Maundrell, Editor in Chief of money.co.uk, offers some useful advice on getting your cash back.

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New Year, new start... apart

Monday 4th January is peak time to set the 'separation wheels in motion'.

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Students lose £32 million in rental deposits when they move out

With four out of five student tenants not signing a photo inventory, read on to find out why they are losing their money and what they can do about it.

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If you're watching TV, having a shower, posting a letter or picking up a prescription - it will cost you more on Saturday!

We're not joking, 1st April really is 'National Price Hike Day' when you'll be hit with yet another raft of inflation-busting price hikes and many of your day to day activities will cost you more.

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Brits set to be hit with an increase of up to 300% on personal expenditure

We've predicted our future finances by analysing ONS data from the past 80 years to make a forecast for the next 10 years, taking into consideration inflation and rising expenses.

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Two thirds of working households claim they are JAMs

Half of those with an annual household income of over £70,000 feel they are just about managing financially.

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Are people being priced off the rental ladder?

Rental deposits could account for up to 120% of monthly salaries by 2026 according to a report by the Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr) for money.co.uk.

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Do you live in the party capital of the UK?

Britain's biggest spending hotspots revealed. When all the household bills are paid, where does the money go?

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National Price Hikes Day 2018

National Price Hike Day falls on Easter Sunday this year - the day you'll be hit with a raft of inflation busting price hikes so many of your day to day activities will cost you more.

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Wilko's pick and mix deal back in stores today

Our Editor in Chief, Hannah Maundrell spoke to The Sun about how you can cut the cost of your shopping bills.