Is an ACCA apprenticeship right for you? A guide to financial placements

When you finish school, it’s time to think about the important decisions you need to make about your next steps.

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Saving for your life: British millennials’ money troubles

British millennials’ money troubles are often put down to buying too much avocado toast or lattes to fuel our Instagram feeds.

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Getting the dolla over the summer: a quick guide to top up your balance

Rejoice, because the summer holidays are (finally!) here. With almost three months to enjoy: there is a world of opportunity waiting for you to tap into.

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Don’t fancy university? Earn while you learn with an apprenticeship in Scotland

Beyond the four walls of the classroom, there is a world of opportunity waiting to be tapped into, and it comes in the shape of an apprenticeship.

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A Glasgae Valentine’s on the cheap

Whether you can’t wait for it or you just can’t wait for it to be over, Valentine’s Day is officially here. While love is free, Valentine’s can cost a lot.

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The Pros and Cons of Choosing an HMO Licenced Flat

Now that the second semester of university has begun and another wave of essay writing and exam preparation is upon us, the time has come to start thinking about living arrangements for next year.

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Fighting food waste through freebies

Would you willingly throw some cash directly into the bin? I’d imagine not, but that’s basically what you’re doing when it comes to food waste.

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How to save money when you’re a poor student

With balancing deadlines, exams and a part-time job, students tend to have enough on their plate without having to worry about money. Just because it is the stereotype that all students are poor, doesn’t mean that has to be the reality. We’ve gathered some tips to help you save the pennies and hold onto your cash. Utilise Your Uni and College Resources Your uni and college libraries are there for a reason – so use them and save some serious cash on pricey academic books. Buying the mountain of books you need for each class is an expense that no…

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Student lifehacks: how to spend less on food

If you’ve managed to splash most of your student loan already this month, but don’t know what you actually bought, it was probably just food. Have you ever been unable to justify spending that £20 on a new top but had no problem spending just as much on a takeaway or eating out? Of course you have. That’s classic student life.           Here are some things you can do to cut down on your food bills: 1. Sleep until lunchtime via GIPHY This is just logical – you save money on one meal and have an…

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