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I am frequently asked to provide opinion and quotes for journalists on a range of personal finance and investing topics. These contributions appear in the national press and can help raise awareness of Money to the Masses. However, it is rare that we are the main focus of these articles.

So this week it was great to see the following articles published which prominently featured Money to the Masses and the services we provide: It is great motivation for everyone involved at Money to the Masses to see our efforts recognised by other publications and we hope to see more in the future.
Enjoy this week's newsletter.

Damien Fahy
MoneytotheMasses.com founder




Damien Fahy & MoneytotheMasses are regularly quoted in the national press including
Money to the Masses Podcast
Episode 258 - On this week's show we explain how you can check whether investment funds offer value for money. We also look at the pros and cons of cancelling an unused credit card and finally, we reveal our favourite UK money podcasts.
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Damien's Midweek Markets Podcast
Episode 50 - The latest episode of my DIY investment podcast where I discuss what is happening in investment markets. This week I talk about how the latest bad news surrounding the coronavirus could actually end up being good news for stock markets.
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Money tips and news
N26 is set to close its UK bank account – what are the alternatives

Travel insurance shake-up could cut the cost of cover for millions of holidaymakers with pre-existing medical conditions

How to get compensation for energy switching problems

Why it sometimes makes sense to buy using your credit card

Loves Me Not: the tax consequences of a break-up and how to mitigate them

Two thirds of consumers unaware of upcoming overdraft changes
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Property

How to buy a home with a low deposit

Let to buy mortgages explained

'New year bounce' for UK housing market

Rent-to-buy scheme aims to help breach the ‘deposit barrier’

Help to Buy bungle has left thousands of homeowners in arrears and could cost them hundreds when they come to remortgage

Can the council make me homeless if money for mum's care home runs out?
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Savings, Pensions & Investments

How much extra state pension you will get if you delay claiming it

Isa tips from the UK’s first Isa millionaire

How to get a pension and investment income of £20,000 after retirement in the smartest way

Can I reduce my income and tax bill by paying into a pension?

The £3,500 a year kick in the teeth for couples: Housewives' pension perk was a lifeline for thousands - so why is it now facing the axe?

Paragon Bank’s new savings features can help get around tricky Isa rules: should you switch?
See the best & cheapest SIPPs

Reader's question of the week

What is family income benefit life insurance and should I get it?

Now might be a good time to....

....build an Emergency Fund - the what, why & how 

Money guide of the week

7 signs you are living beyond your means

Newspaper Roundup

Best of the Sunday papers' MONEY sections 

Best of the Sunday papers' PROPERTY sections

This Week's Video - Subscribe to our YouTube channel

In this video, Damien looks at whether investing is right for you and when you should and shouldn't invest. 

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We celebrated Valentine's this week by encouraging others to show their finances some ❤️ 

Our finances are often neglected due to our busy day to day lives so why not take this opportunity to check in on your financial health. 

By answering a few simple questions Damien's Money MOT will grade your finances (for FREE) and at the end you can sign up to a free action plan to really show your money some ❤️! ⁠

Try for free today at mot.moneytothemasses.com

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