Decorating, demystifying pensions and DAB radios – this week's MSE Forum highlights
With interest rates in the news, threads about mortgages and savings have been some of the busiest on the MSE Forum this week.
Each week we cast a wide net to scoop up some of the most useful and thought-provoking threads shared on the Forum:
New to wallpapering: what does our Forumite need to know?
Photo of the week
Forumites on our Greenfingered MoneySaving board have been sharing photos of their roses. Twopenny paid a couple of quid for the plant in the picture.
Please note: We love seeing your photos in the MSE Forum, but if you're uploading one, make sure it doesn't include any personally-identifiable information such as your face or address.
Money Moral Dilemma
Every week, the Money Tips email features a real-life Money Moral Dilemma (MMD for short). They're intended to encourage debate and, as such, they're usually among the most discussed threads each week.
Should I keep the refund I was sent in error for my damaged barbecue?
I ordered a £400 barbecue from a supermarket chain. Unfortunately, it was delivered slightly damaged, but it was only superficial, so I didn't give any thought to returning it. Two weeks later, I received an email from the supermarket, apologising for the item not being right and saying I'd be refunded. I dismissed it as an admin error, yet a few days later I received the refund. Should I offer to pay the money back or, as I didn't complain about the damage, see it as karma and keep it?
You can find out what our MSE Forumites think and add your own two cents on the Money Moral Dilemma discussion thread. Heed the MSE Forum rules: keep it kind and keep it clean. Remember, there's a real person behind every dilemma.
Got a Money Moral Dilemma of your own? Email us at MMD@moneysavingexpert.com and it could be featured.
Baffled by pension jargon? Forumites are putting together a glossary - can you suggest a term to demystify, or offer a useful definition?
We've also launched a new board all about topping up your state pension as so many people have come to the Forum with queries about making voluntary National Insurance contributions. The good news is that if you're in the eligible age range, you've now got until 2025 to put things in order.
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