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My 'buy nothing year': How one woman saved Budgeting, Diy Crafts, Woman, Mantra, Stuff To Buy, Minimalist, Life, Ideas, Diy Home Crafts

My 'buy nothing year': How one woman saved £22,000

Buying a round of drinks in a pub isn’t usually a spectator sport but when I punched my PIN number into the card terminal in my local, a cheer went up.

Martin Lewis: 'Debt and mental illness are a marriage made in hell. This is how to cope' Martin Lewis Money, Mental Health Policy, Opinion Piece, Dave Ramsey, Mental Illness, Debt, Helping People, Saving Money, Marriage

Martin Lewis: 'Debt and mental illness are a marriage made in hell. This is how to cope'

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Is this the most influential work in the history of capitalism?

The father of double-entry bookkeeping wrote the definitive guide in 1494.

The inventor of the Trunki suitcase Rob Law, photographed at his company HQ in Bristol surrounded by Trunki and new Jurni suitcases. The Inventors, Photographer Pictures, Suitcases, Sign Design, Bristol, Bean Bag Chair, Law, March, Children

March Portfolio: Telegraph Photographers' Pictures of the Month

London will remain world’s 'leading financial centre' despite Brexit, says senior City figure Mrs May, Council Of Europe, Uk Charts, How To Calm Nerves, Ode To Joy, Eu Referendum, Bank Of England, Union Flags, House Of Commons

London will remain world’s 'leading financial centre' despite Brexit, says senior City figure

London will remain the world’s leading financial centre in spite of Brexit, a senior City figure said today as Google vowed to continue to invest in the UK after it leaves the EU.

Britain should be 'confident' about Brexit and quit Single Market, former Bank of England governor says Lord King, the former Governor of the Bank of England . Lord King, Bank Of England, Confident, Britain, Marketing, Sayings, Quotes, Quotations, Lyrics

Britain should be 'confident' about Brexit and quit Single Market, former Bank of England governor says

Britain should be "self-confident" about Brexit and Theresa May must "stop pretending" that the UK will still be a member of the Single Market, the former governor of the Bank of England has said.

Dutch poison pill could save Unilever from Kraft Heinz bid Birmingham University, Dove Soap, Kraft Heinz, Stonewall Riots, Social Equality, Brand Expert, Social Injustice, Soap Maker, Fast Food Chains

Dutch poison pill could save Unilever from Kraft Heinz bid

Kraft Heinz’s attempts to pull off an audacious takeover of Unilever could be derailed by Dutch laws that allow the Dove soap-maker to block a bid that threatens jobs, jeopardises the country’s national interests, or could have a detrimental impact on the environment.

Yannis Behrakis—Reuters April Greek parliament employees raise a mast after they replaced a torn-off Greek flag with a new one atop the parliament in Athens Syntagma (Constitution) square. Invention Of Photography, Greek Flag, Bail Out, Hans Christian, Latest News Headlines, Pictures Of The Week, News India, Elizabeth Ii, Photojournalism

Greece faces permanent crisis as IMF warns bail-out plan 'simply not credible'

The International Monetary Fund has hit back at claims that it is demanding more austerity in Greece, as the Fund warned that the country's ambitious budget targets were "simply not credible".

Buy-to-let: How to set up as a company to save tax, and when it’s worth it Thousands of landlords are considering setting up companies through which to own property – here are expert verdicts Buy To Let Mortgage, Stamp Duty, Money Making Machine, Capital Gains Tax, Get Out Of Debt, Lost Money, Trading Company, Investment Property, Being A Landlord

Landlords rush to avoid extra tax

Thousands of landlords are setting up companies in a move to allow them to avoid new taxes on rental income, potentially cutting the Treasury’s tax haul by hundreds of millions of pounds, a Telegraph study has found.