I've worked as a personal finance journalist for more than six years. It is such an important area of journalism because it affects everyone deeply but consumers can often find it complex and impenetrable.
That's why I take such pride in writing simply, particularly when it dealing with complicated subjects. I enjoy championing customer rights, explaining tricky financial concepts and exploring effective money-saving tips. In 2015 I was named Household Money Journalist of the Year at the Headlinemoney Awards.
In a time of austerity and tight household budgets, good personal finance journalism has never mattered more.
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