How to get the most from your money

How to get the most from your money

Money is still a scarce commodity for most of us. But examine your priorities and shop around, and you can still save some cash

Someone once defined economics – or political economy as it should more properly be called – as maximising the use of scarce resources. Put simply, this mouthful means getting the best use of your money, which is certainly a scarce commodity.

More than 165 years ago, a certain Mr Wilkins Micawber, from Charles Dickens’ David Copperfield, quipped: “Annual income – £20, expenditure £19.19s 6p – result, happiness. Annual income – £20, expenditure £20.0s 6p – result, misery.”...

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