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Money: How's Our Info?

Posted by CLIConline from Anglesey - Published on 09/06/2014 at 14:40
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Yn Gymraeg // Welsh version

As previously announced, we’re reviewing the CLIConline info section and we’re starting with money.

Money makes the world go round, so sang Liza Minelli but then the best things in life are free according to Luther Vandross but we’re not asking them for advice we’re asking you, the dear readers of CLIConline as well as the Money Advice Service and other organisations to have a look at our money section and to share your thoughts. 

Our money section can be found here http://www.cliconline.co.uk/en/info/money/. It is broken down into eight sub sections of…

Update #4

We met with the lovely people at the Money Advice Service recently and we’ve been going through some of their stuff and some of our stuff and we’ve got a couple of questions for all you who sail in the good ship CLIC.

Is the term pocket money still used? We've got a whole section on it but were wondering if you guys still called it that? 

Do we need a section on phone insurance? We don’t currently in our insurance section… thoughts?

Here’s a cutback calculator. It helps you calculate cutbacks. Would you like to see things like this in money section?

How about a money stretcher, which stretches your money?

Please let us know if you have any updates or if you think the info is OK.

Feel free to comment here or on the sections or on the CLIC National Editorial Group, even if it’s a quick “OK”. Any feedback is most welcome.

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Commented 23 months ago - 12th June 2014 - 06:33am

Thanks for the information. It really did a great help fr me to value money and work hard to earn a living.

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