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“I paid off £18,000 of debt in 22 months – here’s how”

And the bank of mum and dad wasn’t part of it.

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How to take care of your mental health if you’re experiencing financial anxiety

The cost of living crisis is taking its toll on many people’s psychological wellbeing.

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WTF is an NFT? A beginner’s guide to cryptocurrency

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A financial expert answers 8 questions we all have about debt

Everything you ever wanted to know about debt.

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Lifestyle creep and our fantasy selves: how apps and social media are influencing our spending

Smartphone shopping has made it easier than ever to spend – but how is it affecting our finances?

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“I spend £4,500 a year on skincare”: how beauty and our finances have collided

As products catering to Muslim women grow, more and more are spending on skincare.

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“I wouldn’t change a thing”: 5 women on the debt they don’t regret

From buying a £500 coat to investing in further education, these women prove that debt can result in positive outcomes.

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“Can swapping contactless payments for cash really help control my spending?”

Two Stylist writers try spending only in cash for two days.

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“I live in fear of debt”: how our parents influence our attitude to money

Studies have found a direct relationship between parents’ attitudes toward debt and how their children go on to think about borrowing.

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Why the phrase ‘know your worth’ is so unhelpful to women

Journalist Annabelle Williams unpicks why women are poorer than men in her new book.

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5 money habits and rituals that will instantly improve your finances

In her new book, Clare Seal looks at the emotions behind money and how developing new habits can lead us from the red into the black.

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Struggling to save money? These apps will help you reach your financial goals

From apps that help you invest to ones that track ‘lost money’; a financial expert picks out the very best.

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Women and credit card sexism: why it’s time to ditch the “ditz with a card” narrative

“Credit cards are seen as women’s shameful secrets – a plastic reminder of our frivolity, fickleness and insatiable need for one more pair of shoes.”

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We need to start talking about how debt impacts women – this is why

Stylist’s new digital series In the Red is investigating how debt is affecting young women’s everyday lives in 2022.

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Meet the new female-founded finance app that will change the way you think about money

Your Juno has been downloaded more than 10,000 times.

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5 money-saving tips to help offset the rising cost of living from Martin Lewis

He shared his top tips in a Money Saving Expert cost of living special.

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8 women on the best investment they’ve ever made in themselves

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Jack Monroe has a brilliantly simple method to reduce your weekly food shop costs

The food writer shared her method on reducing costs in a Twitter thread which gained over 11,000 likes.

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