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New Year, New Goals


After the excesses of the festive period it is little surprise that one of the most popular new year's resolutions is to manage our money better, be it through spending less, saving more or simply getting things sorted.

Unfortunately, less than half of us stick to new year's resolutions. Frequently losing motivation because of the enormity of the task and the feeling of making very little progress.

Since the launch of my free Money MOT last year this no longer needs to be the case. Just by answering a few straightforward multiple-choice questions you will receive a detailed breakdown of how your finances shape up, as well as a free action plan to help you improve things.

In just two minutes you can be on the road to a better financial future and start 2020 as you mean to go on.
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Enjoy this week's newsletter.

Damien Fahy
MoneytotheMasses.com founder




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Episode 250 - On this week's show I talk about Damien's Money MOT, my simple online service that gives you a detailed breakdown of how your finances shape up, as well as a free action plan to help you improve your score. I also take a look at the investment outlook for 2020.
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Money tips and news
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Ten financial experts give their New Year's resolutions

Seven ways to boost your credit score in 2020

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10 new year’s resolutions to boost your finances in 2020

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Property

Remortgaging in 2020 – is now the right time to fix & for how long?

Will house prices rise or fall this year?

15 things buy-to-let landlords need to know in 2020

Nine steps to buying your first home in 2020

Six home insurance comparison site quirks to watch out for

Two decades of house price inflation: The average UK property value has TREBLED since the turn of the millennium
 
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Savings, Pensions & Investments

How to transfer your Isa and get a better rate

How do I save properly in a pension while in my 20s?

State pension age is rising next week - changes explained 

Lifetime ISAs explained - are they the best way to save?

What happens to the inheritance tax allowance of couples when one spouse dies?
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Best of the Sunday papers' MONEY sections 

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2019 was a brilliant year at Money to the Masses. Here’s a round-up of just a few of the things we achieved:⠀
🌟 We moved to a new office ⠀
🌟 We hired 2 new employees (Lauren and Andy) ⠀
🌟 MttM turned 9⠀
🌟 We launched Damien’s Money MOT ⠀
🌟 We launched Damien’s Midweek Markets ⠀
🌟 We started recording a new Millennial Money series on our YouTube channel ⠀
🌟 We created the exclusive MttM mugs!⠀
🌟 We recorded the 250th episode of the Money to the Masses podcast ⠀
🌟 We helped over 10,000 people get their finances in shape with Damien’s Money MOT 
🌟 We raised awareness for Crohn’s & Colitis ⠀
🌟 We hosted our first EVER Money to the Masses event
🌟 We launched our Facebook community group

I think it’s safe to say that 2019 was a pretty amazing year. Thank you to each and every one of you for your continued support and here’s to an even better 2020 🥂🎉⠀

Wishing you a very healthy and happy new year from the Money to the Masses team 🎇 ⠀

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