Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas

Holly is the former Deputy Personal Finance Editor at The Sunday Times. She writes across all areas of personal finance and consumer issues. She previously worked at the Daily Express and Sunday Express as Money editor.

Latest Articles from Holly

An infographic detailing house improvements to add value to your home
Home & Garden

7 home improvements to add value

Add value to your home with our guide to home improvements and how to fund them.

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Money

Could you be sitting on a fortune?

What to do if you find an old shares certificate.

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Money

Signs an email may be a scam

Is that email really from your bank? Read how to spot a scam email.

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Money

Inheriting shares

Guide to registering inherited shares and the tax implications of selling them.

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Credit cards caught on a fish hook
Money

Simple mistakes that can damage your credit report

Mistakes that can damage your credit report - and how to repair the damage.

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Money

What is Gift Aid?

Holly Thomas explains how to give money using Gift Aid.

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Money

5 things for a good buy-to-let property

Five things to consider when buying a property to rent out.

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Money

How to get a refund if you buy fake goods

As online shopping grows in popularity each year, so do the number of fraudsters looking to make a quick buck. How do you spot fake goods and what should you do if your purchase turns out to be counterfeit? Holly Thomas explains how to report fake goods and get a refund.

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Money

Could you save money on council tax?

Checking your council tax band could be the answer.

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