Hens, hobs & housewarming gifts – this week's MSE Forum highlights

The MSE Forum relies on its volunteer Ambassadors who help the community run smoothly, and there's a chance to apply to join them this month. Read on for details, and our pick of the week's top threads.

Crepes, cheaper clothes & cross-stitch – this week's MSE Forum highlights

Whether you're planning a summer break, home improvements or thinking ahead to retirement, the MSE Forum is a great place to tap into the wisdom of others when preparing for a big spend. Let's explore some of this week's talking points.

Duvets, doilies & duck – this week's MSE Forum highlights

With all eyes on the Chancellor's Budget, the MSE Forum will be the place to unpack the implications for the pound in your pocket in the week ahead.  In the meantime, we take a look back at the week gone by.

Rackets, returns & roaming – this week's MSE Forum highlights

This week we've been celebrating our 21st birthday and the MSE Forum is chock-a-block with two decades of MoneySaving wisdom. Let's delve in to some of the latest highlights.

Makeovers, mice & mowers – this week's MSE Forum highlights

Each week MoneySavers come to the MSE Forum with every kind of question you could imagine (and more besides). Here are some of the latest highlights.

Banknotes, bells & bins – this week's MSE Forum highlights

It may be Valentine's Day this week, but we love the MSE Forum community all year round. Here are some of this week's best bits. 

Wallpaper, wine & water bills – this week's MSE Forum highlights

So far this year we've welcomed even more new members to the MSE Forum than usual, and as ever the boards are bursting with MoneySaving questions, tips and lively debate.

The top 10 Money Moral Dilemmas of 2023

The Money Moral Dilemma, or MMD, where we ask you to debate and discuss cash-related conundrums sent in by your fellow MoneySavers, has been a staple of MoneySavingExpert's famous Money Tips Email for 17 years now, making its debut on 25 October 2006, when a then fresh(er)-faced Martin asked: 'What's fair rent for working children living at home?'

Wrapping presents sustainably – how to reuse or recycle paper and fabric to save money and help the planet

It might be the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also end up being the most wasteful, too. Wrapping paper is one of the most expensive single-use Christmas products, but there are ways you can forego this expense, saving you money and helping the planet, too. But it's not just about reusing wrapping paper, I've other tips to help you keep wrapping sustainable...

20 free (or very cheap) ways to sprinkle some Christmas magic

Many are feeling the pressure to spend in the run-up to Christmas – and this is especially true for those with kids. But there are tons of ways to sprinkle a little Christmas magic for free (or very cheaply).