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5 Painless Ways To Save Your Paycheck

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    London may be one of the greatest cities in the world, but it can be a crazy expensive place to live. We can't really forgo our Oyster card and walk the seven miles to work. And, we don't want to only shop at Primark or take boring packed lunches to the office every day. We want to get out there and live it up. We want to pop in to every pop-up and hang out at every hip hot spot.

    Thankfully, there are ways to live in London and not go totally broke. Conserving money across the board means you'll have the extra funds to try the hottest new password-only speakeasy. We spoke with experts to get their advice for saving money across five categories, from fashion and finance. Their tips so easy and painless, you won't even feel the pinch. And, don't forget: more pennies = more fun. Are we right or are we right?



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