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Autumn Statement, rapping, money mentors and the joys of a packed lunch; this week on Share Radio

Young money mentors – two 14-year-old high school pupils from Lancashire – were the star guests invited by Iona onto on this morning’s Young Money Young Rights on Share Radio! Co-presenter Iona also looked at this week’s autumn statement by … Continue reading

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Two tips that will save you HUNDREDS on your train tickets

Forget the glitzy adverts, the promise that you can buy ‘cheap’ train tickets…cut through the commotion and check out these tips that could save you hundreds on your train tickets iONA BAIN What did we do before the advent of … Continue reading


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Don’t let your dream trip turn into a financial nightmare

The Easter and May bank holiday weekends could see thousands of Scots booking last-minute holidays, if they haven’t already planned a trip abroad or “staycation”. But those of us planning a break from the day-to-day grind can easily forget to … Continue reading

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How to get cheap train tickets this summer

I saved a bundle on my recent staycation by knowing where to go for my train ticket. Don’t let the glitzy adverts or confusing websites mislead you – here is how to make a real saving using split ticketing, free … Continue reading

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