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Fergus will be back on BBC on Wednesday this week on the John Beattie Show on BBC Radio Scotland just after the 1pm News with some great tips to help organise your money and understand your consumer rights. Catch up on previous shows here

Moneysucks for musicians

Have a look at the first part of our new series on how musicians can best maximise and protect their income from their own words and music.

Fergus Muirhead

The things you overhear when shopping.

I love listening in to conversations in shops when other customers are complaining. Some of the statements I hear shop staff coming out with are so ridiculous that it takes me all my time to hold back and not get… Continue reading

Can you have your cake and eat it?

“My Business is my pension” is one of these oft-quoted excuses among business owners and entrepreneurs for their lack of serious pension planning. It may well be a valid excuse for many, on the basis that their reason for setting… Continue reading

Which one should I pay first?

It’s not easy to prioritise when lots of people are shouting for their money back, and the temptation is often to pay the person who shouts loudest first. That’s rarely a great idea, since the person who shouts loudest often… Continue reading

It’s not all about the rate

Mortgage rates are reaching record lows, with some lenders offering loans with rates of less than 1%. While this seems like great news for borrowers, it’s more important than ever to look beyond the headline interest rate and study the… Continue reading

News

Facebook and Twitter have long been full of posts and tweets telling us that we don't need to worry, or pay, if we get stung with 'parking charge notices' from private companies. According to a recent Scottish judgement we might have to think again on this issue.

60 Second Tips

In a brand new series listen to and watch Fergus Muirhead here as he explains common money and consumer issues in less than one minute.
This series will build up over the next few months into a valuable library of money and consumer tips, all delivered in a simple and straightforward way.

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