You might not know you can buy an NHS prescription prepayment voucher for £30 for 3 months. This gives you unlimited an number of items. If you have to buy more than one item per month, this will work out considerably cheaper for you. (573 points, 132 comments)
Can the IT brigade on this sub please stop dishing out "learn programming" as a solution to every job problem? (1081 points, 310 comments)
How can people afford new cars like Range Rover which cost £50k+ by so many people on what looks like normal salaries? How are they able to afford such expensive cars? (312 points, 469 comments)
What is the most effective advice you have received on progressing in your career? E.g. Going up the ladder in roles and pay? (141 points, 193 comments)
Fed up of London estate agents and property developers/maintainers playing games on hard-working home buyers. Why isn't there any scrutiny on these lot on how they do business? (128 points, 43 comments)
What are the best villages/towns/cities to live in for a decent work-life balance from your personal experience? (126 points, 175 comments)
What is the future of work in your opinion? How do you see employment changing over the next 5, 10, 15, 20 years? (112 points, 123 comments)
What Car do you drive? How much did you buy it for and what is the monthly/yearly running cost? (98 points, 392 comments)
Does anyone feel a sense of unfairness when they see "cash in hand" business people in everyday life dodging taxes? I feel like I am working my ass off to see my income get taxed heavily while others are getting away with it. (90 points, 189 comments)
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