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Contactless Limit Set to Rise to £45

Recently, the World Health Organisation (WHO) advised people against using physical cash due to the fact that the Corvid-19 virus can stick to hard surfaces for several days. They advise…

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Coronavirus – How Dzing is looking after your account and supporting you through this difficult time.

Over the next few weeks and months Covid-19 may have various effects on your life and that’s why we wanted to let you know that we’re here to support you…

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Best ways to save money on a trip abroad

In this day and age, travelling is not just about sightseeing. For many, it’s a way of living just as much as going to work or eating healthy. However, different…

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From saving and spending to compound percent: the ultimative guide on teaching money for kids

What is the best way to explain how money is earned to a 3-year old? When is your child old enough to learn about credit card overdrafts? How to teach…

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How much pocket money should you give to your child?

Oh these blessed days when a push-notification tells you that the salary safely landed onto your balance! We all know this feeling. And some of us remember it from our…

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The ups and downs of transferring money abroad

Needless to say, many things can happen when you or someone you know are abroad. And let’s be honest, most of these situations involve money in some way, shape or…

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How not to spend too much on online shopping

Remember shopping networks? If you manage to catch a glimpse of those relics on a Monday, consider yourself lucky: all the other museums of ancient art are probably closed. Luckily,…

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Modern ways of tracking how much money you spend

“C’mon, you only live once!” That’s something you say when you don’t really care. For those of us who set their minds to taking control over their budget, it’s important…

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