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The 25 Most Read Money Stories Of 2013 (And Why)

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1. Man who created own credit card sues bank for not sticking to terms

2. Cost of raising a child hits record £222,000

3. 10 well paid jobs of the future

4. Black Friday: the best deals and discounts in the UK

5. Royal Mail shares: How to buy at the last minute

6. Best paid jobs in the UK

7. Janice Dickinson bankrupt: The other celebrities who went bust

8. Royal Mail: I bought my shares on the government website. How do I sell?

9. Michaela Strachan: 'I made £10,000 in five days'

10. Royal Mail privatisation shares: A list of stockbrokers and their costs

11. Pay no tax, live abroad... and get a UK pension

12. Martine McCutcheon declared bankrupt

13. Invest £4,750, receive £5,000 every year for life

14. Is Aldi's £55 Glen Orrin whisky really worth '£200'?

15. HMRC publishes pictures of Britain's top tax cheats

16. Kate Silverton: 'I cleared my mortgage in three years'

17. Mark Boyle: How I lived by spending nothing for two years

18. Westlife singer Shane Filan on life after his £18m bankruptcy

19. Buy gold, they say but how do you sell it?

20. 'There will be more wealth confiscation, without a doubt' Saxo Bank's Lars Christensen

21. Amanda Lamb: 'Divorce cost me my dream home in Cornwall'

22. Banks 'dump' thousands of loyal customers

23. Royal Mail shares: pros and cons

24. Kerry Katona declared bankrupt for second time in five years

25. Loophole: 'I'll never have to repay my student loan'

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