5 of the best ways to save money, not liked by the very wealthy

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Life is hard enough as it is and below are the top 5 tips given out by the most popular money bloggers, which can save Brits a ton of money and go up on society.

1. Ditch your bank and earn up to £200

Switching is quicker and easier than you think. And it can garner you instant cash.

HSBC* is currently offering £200 to new customers who switch its Advance current account – £150 in the first 70 days and another £50 if you meet the criteria for 12 months.

First Direct* will pay £125 to new customers and the Co-Operative Bank pays £110.

2. Give your pension a little love

Pension saving offers some of the biggest guaranteed returns available. It’s not complicated.

We’ve put together a five-point checklist to work through which could save you tax, boost your returns and put your pension on track.

3. Get into couponing

Holly Smith broke records in December 2015 when she paid for a £1,200 shop entirely with coupons.

Ms Smith is among an army of “extreme couponers”, and runs her own website offering others tips on how to match her success..

4. Embrace the ‘sharing economy’

The sharing economy allows consumers to do so much more than rent out a room on Airbnb or become an Uber driver. Put your life up for rent and make money from your commute, your storage space and even your friendship.

5. Switch energy suppliers

Households could save up to £221 if they switch energy suppliers, but millions don’t bother. This is one of the easiest switch-to-save measures, so get on with it.

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