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Marcus Scribner hosted a funny game show where contestants answer questions about saving and finance.

HSBC and want to help young people be more finance-literate. Studies have shown that the majority of students frequently worry about money and their savings. In this video, we see Marcus testing, well, himself, on saving techniques.

Although some of the questions and answers are quite comical, the video gives some sound advice. One of the biggest takeaways is that even saving a small amount of money every month can make a big difference. Lots of people don’t know where to start, but making simple changes, like making your lunch instead of buying it and drinking coffee at home rather than grabbing a Starbucks can help you to save quite a lot. The vid wants to encourage young people to think about their finances earlier on so that they can come up with smarter ways to spend during uni. Did you enjoy the video? What did you make of the tips? Will you be using the advice? Let us know down in the comments below.

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