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Chief Executive and CEO answers a No Brainer on what motivates him and makes his job brilliant to the point where he Loves Mondays.

How to slash your
Pay As You Go

 

The cost of using pay-as-you-go mobile phones has trebled since the first iPhone was launched eight years ago, Money Mail research shows.

In the past, millions of older people and younger teenagers who rarely needed to use a mobile chose pay-as-you-go deals so they were not tied into costly contracts — and were protected from unexpected bills.

However it has become a technological swiss army knife as it is now seen as an essential part of our lives- from communication, navigation, reference, online banking, storage of contacts, entertainment for bored children and memes for our own little amusement. Which basically means if one were to lose their phone, they would basically lose their legs.


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The latest is not always the greatest

Don't get carried away by smartphone envy when a mate waves around his or her all new mobile phone. There are less well know mobile models that don't require breaking the bank.

Changes to the Benefit Cap:
What Money Know How Will Explore

 

The Summer Budget 2015 announced changes to the level of the benefit cap to £20,000 (£13,400 for single adults with no children) nationally or £23,000 (£15,410 for single adults with no children) in Greater London (the 32 London boroughs and the City of London).
 

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Information courtesy of the Department of Work and Pensions

Illustration on the right exemplifies effect of cap.

Make it a Piece of Cake! Raising Cash for Charities


Charities need our support – and there are plenty of ways to give help without breaking into a piggy bank or even dipping your hand in a pocket.

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