MoneySavingExpert.com is a British consumer finance information and discussion website founded by financial journalist Martin Lewis in February 2003 with the aim of providing information and journalistic articles enabling people to save money. In September 2012 it was bought by the moneysupermarket.com group for up to £87M. in a deal which saw Lewis agree to remain as editor in chief before taking on the role of executive chairman in 2015.

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  • How many steps did you do in 2016? I did 8,170,127 – fitness tracking works!

    I hate the idea of sounding like an advert, but wearing a fitness tracker has made a substantial change to my lifestyle. In Feb 2015 Mrs MSE gave me a Fitbit (though I’m sure the same’s true of all brands), and for someone like me, who’s a bit obsessive, it’s a very powerful motivating factor. I’m now averaging... The post How many steps did you do in 2016? I did 8,170,127 – fitness tracking works...

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  • An important warning to every employee in the UK

    This is a warning for every worker in the UK. Have you turned down a pay rise without realising it? Millions have done or risk doing just that. It happens when your employer ‘auto-enrols’ you into a pension scheme but you decide to opt out – in most cases a huge mistake. Auto-enrolment is a rule which says... The post An important warning to every employee in the UK appeared first on Martin Lewis'...

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  • Would you take £500 now or £1,000 in a year? And what that says about you

    If I offered you £500 today or a guaranteed no-risk £1,000 in a year’s time, what would you take? Think about it for a second, as your answer shines a light on your financial psychology. I’m sorry to say this isn’t a real offer, but a simple poser I posted as a Twitter poll a little while ago... The post Would you take £500 now or £1,000 in a year? And what that says about you appeared first on Ma...

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  • What Brexit means for your finances in 2017

    In June 2016, the day after the European Union referendum vote, I wrote an instant first impressions news analysis guide on what Brexit is likely to mean for your finances. Now for the start of 2017, I’m braving revisiting that guide – in the form of this blog, to see how well it stacks up and what... The post What Brexit means for your finances in 2017 appeared first on Martin Lewis' Blog....

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  • The MSE Pub Quiz 2016 Answers

    I suspect many of you have hardly been able to sleep since I posted the MSE Christmas pub quiz questions last week. Well finally I can pop that bubble of excitement and provide you with the answers. Phew… let the good times roll. SPOILER ALERT: If this is the first you’ve heard of the quiz – follow this MSE pub... The post The MSE Pub Quiz 2016 Answers appeared first on Martin Lewis' Blog....

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  • The MSE Christmas pub quiz 2016

    Every year, in the run-up to Christmas, the MSE team get the enormous joy, pleasure and cultural delight (indeedy) of facing my annual pub quiz. This long and proud tradition is in its seventh year and I continue to take their groans as encouragement. Some of the rounds don’t work in print (eg, the round where I... The post The MSE Christmas pub quiz 2016 appeared first on Martin Lewis' Blog....

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  • The (morally questionable) way to earn 2.25% on up to £50,000 savings

    Savings rates are disgustingly low. The top easy access account is just 1%, the top one-year fix 1.4%, yet I’ve a trick that lets you save up to £50,000, in safety, at 2.25%, and withdraw your cash whenever you want. This is over double the best-buy rate, and all you need to do it is… children. Until now when... The post The (morally questionable) way to earn 2.25% on up to £50,000 savings appeare...

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  • To protect mental health, the MSE weekly email will no longer be sent between midnight & 5am

    This week we’re changing our weekly email send strategy so that we will no longer send it in the wee early hours (a few will leak through, if the internet service provider initially rejects them, but the bulk won’t). This change is due to a report by the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute (which I founded &... The post To protect mental health, the MSE weekly email will no longer be sent bet...

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  • How to fight banks that keep your savings prisoner because you want to take ‘too much’ out…

    Last week I tried to close down and withdraw my money from an ONLINE, EASY ACCESS savings account – as the introductory interest rate bonus was ending that day meaning the rate would plummet. I, of course, as the account name describes, assumed I would be able to take my money out via the web, and do... The post How to fight banks that keep your savings prisoner because you want to take ‘too much’...

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  • MSE’s battle of the mixers – which cake mixer will rise to the top in our own bake off challenge?

    We looked at cheaper alternatives to Bake Off’s favourite KitchenAid stand mixer for the average amateur baker and pitted four different alternatives against each other in a battle of the mixers. Testing speed, taste and texture using the high-end mixer alongside a mid-range option, a cheap hand mixer and even a wooden spoon. Read more about it in our blog http://mse.me/MSEBakeOff

  • Marmite vs Tesco own-brand Taste Test

    Would you take Tesco's own-brand over the original Marmite Yeasty boy? Join the LOVE / HATE debate in our #MarmiteGate taste test.

  • How to get more high-value coupons!

    Sending a quick email to a brand is an effective way to coupons… but up the ante with a bit more effort, and you can get serious high-value coupons! Jordon Cox guides you through three ideas to getting high-value coupons...

  • The Big MSE Switch Event 5: Martin Lewis explains

    We’ve used the collective power of the 2.2m Cheap Energy Club members and over 10m recipients of our weekly email to negotiate better than the market leading tariffs in our fourth ‘collective switch’. This is a huge opportunity to grab the cheapest gas and/or electricity deals for the current cold weather, and this coming winter too. See what it's all about by watching Martin's video or read abo...

  • How much more are convienience stores costing you

    We all know Express/Local supermarket stores charge you more, but just how much more are these ‘convenience’ stores costing you? MSE's Coupon kid Jordon Cox checks it out: http://mse.me/convenience

  • Battle of the meal deals

    After #MealDealGate saw Sainsbury's go stale we put competing meal deals to the MoneySaving test! Read MSE Sam McFaul's new blog: mse.me/mealdealgate

  • On Pack Promotions to look out for!

    Ever noticed those 'on-pack promotions' in your local store? MSE's Jordon has scanned the supermarket shelves for the best on-pack deals and offers from B&Q, Bodyform, Wilkinson Sword Women, M&M's UK, Kellogs and more! http://mse.me/promos

  • How to spot a social media scam - MoneySavingExpert

    DON'T be fooled by fake Disneyland, Easyjet and Lidl offers on Facebook. We've seen scores of people falling for these scams in recent weeks, and signing up to them could be extremely costly. Follow MSE Jordon's tips to stay safe: http://mse.me/fbscams

  • How to get £7 of food for 39p - Jordon Cox shares his voucher tip.

    Fancy getting £7 worth of shopping for 39p? Jordon shares this quick MoneySaving tip.

  • How to silence self checkouts

    MoneySavingExpert Deals Blogger Jordon Cox, aka Coupon Kid, guides us through his quick solution to silencing those noisy check-out tills. Read more here mse.me/chkout

  • Hit by the Lowcostholidays collapse? Your right to a refund explained

    If you’ve lost money because your airline or hotel hasn’t been paid by Lowcostholidays, there are ways you can try to reclaim - as MoneySavingExpert’s Martin Lewis explains. For full info and step-by-step help see our Lowcostholidays collapse – your rights guide here http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/travel/2016/07/low-cost-holidays-calls-in-administrators

  • Martin Lewis’s guide on how to vote in the EU referendum – in or out?

    This is Martin’s short ‘how to decide how to vote in the EU referendum’ blog – for the full guide read http://www.mse.me/eu

  • Martin Lewis – are Lifetime ISAs right for you?

    Martin Lewis explains how the Lifetime ISA works, how it interacts with the Help to Buy ISA, whether it’s a better option than a pension and more. Watch the video, then read the full guide http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/lifetime-ISAs for the latest information.

  • Martin Lewis on the CMA report into the energy market

    The competition watchdog has set out its plans to reform the energy market, with prepaid energy tariffs to be temporarily capped. MoneySavingExpert founder Martin Lewis explains and responds to the proposals – see the full story here: http://mse.me/yo4iR

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  • Uni Minister Jo Johnson says NO to my letter asking “please be honest & transparent about the parental contribution”

      The amount of the living loan that students aged under 25 get when they go to university is dictated by a means test of their PARENTS’ income.  A reduction in the living loan starts for students from families with incomes of just £25,000/yr and the amount received can be halved for those whose parents earn £60,000. In... The post Uni Minister Jo Johnson says NO to my letter asking “please be hon...

  • Santander 123 rate’s dropping to 1.5% – should you ditch it?

    This Tuesday 1 November, Santander 123 – the bank account that’s topped savings tables for over four years – will take a hammer to the interest it pays. It’s cutting its main interest rate from 3% to 1.5%, the one that applies to savings up to £20,000. So the key question for the four million people who... The post Santander 123 rate’s dropping to 1.5% – should you ditch it? appeared first on Mart...

  • Autumn Statement Submission 2: End ridiculous affordability rules for those remortgaging

    On 23 November the new Chancellor Phillip Hammond, will present his first Autumn Statement – it’s likely to contain a range of major policy announcements. As always the Treasury has invited submissions, and this year MSE and felt it was time to take them up on the offer – we’ve submitted two. The first was unfreeze the student loan... The post Autumn Statement Submission 2: End ridiculous affordab...

  • Autumn Statement Submission 1: Unfreeze the student loan repayment threshold, stop the retrospective hike

    On 23 November the new Chancellor Phillip Hammond, will present his first Autumn Statement – it’s likely to contain a range of major policy announcements. As always the Treasury has invited submissions, and this year MSE and I felt it was time to take them up on the offer – we’ve submitted two. Here’s the first (the second... The post Autumn Statement Submission 1: Unfreeze the student loan repaym...

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  • Is the BBC costing Brits a fortune when they go on holiday?

    I’ve recently come back from my sabbatical and you’ll be unsurprised to hear that I was abroad for part of it – and that was during the Olympics. As an Olympics lover and more specifically an athletics fan geek (to show off – I recently fulfilled a lifelong ambition of infield presenting at the London Anniversary Games), I... The post Is the BBC costing Brits a fortune when they go on holiday? app...

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