Paying using your mobile phone
If you want to use your mobile phone to pay bills, for shopping – or friends – how can you do it?

If you want to pay your friends easily using your mobile phone, how can you do it? There are several mobile payment systems around, including Paym (pronounced pay-em), which is offered by several of the big banks. Which is the best for you and how do they differ?

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The long road to female financial independence - a new study looks back over 200 years
It was only in the 1880s that married women could own property and the mid-1970s, when single women could sign for a mortgage on their own

Are you financially independent? Do you earn money in your own right, own property or have savings, a pension or investments? These are things that most of us women take for granted, but it’s not been something women have been able to do forever. How have women’s rights to money and their place in the workplace changed over the years? A new study by Scottish Widows reveals some interesting changes.

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How to challenge a parking ticket
If you've been given a parking ticket, how can you challenge it and what are your rights?

If you’ve ever had your car clamped or had a parking ticket, you’ll know how frustrating it can be. The government banned clamping or towing on private land in England and Wales from October 1st 2012, but there's no regulation of ticketing on private land. So what can you do if you’ve been clamped or had a parking ticket issued (either on private land or on the road) when you don’t think you were in the wrong?

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