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Bank holidays offer a great opportunity not just to relax and make the most of good weather (fingers crossed!), but also to tackle some essential household tasks. While many may be attempting some DIY or decluttering in the next few days, you shouldn't forget about your finances either. To help you tackle an essential finance clean-up, we've collected some tips.
That's it. It may seem like a daunting list and could require some searching if your financial information is scattered all over the place. But that's even more reason to tackle one or two things now – your future self will likely thank you for it.
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