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Get fit with your finances

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A lot of us will be making new year's resolutions for 2015. Some of us might have broken them already. Sometimes the temptation for chocolate is too much...

Apart from being healthier and getting into shape for the new year, another resolution you could make is to get fit with your finances. Christmas is an expensive time of the year and everyone will be tightening their purse strings. It doesn't stop in January, there are different things you can do to save money around the home and in your daily life.

As part of our 'get fit with your finances' campaign this week, we'll be sharing quick and easy money saving tips, as well as ways you can manage your cash, get help with any debts and creating a budget planner.

To start things off, check out our infographic on the energy saving tips you can use around the home. For your electrical, heating and water bills, here are some tips that can save you money.

Do you have a money saving tip to share with us? Tweet us using #Getfitwithfinances.

Click on the image below for some of our energy saving tips.

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