19 of the best money saving websites

    The 10 Best Money Saving Sites for 2019

    10th January 2019

    Have you kept your new year’s resolutions? Is your dedication to the gym waning? At the point where most resolutions begin to be broken we are here to help you out. Well with at least one of them anyway. Saving more money in 2019!! With the average UK household now £54,000 in debt finding clever ways to save money has never been …
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  • Most common money saving excuses

    11 Money Saving Excuses to Stop Making in 2019

    3rd January 2019

    When it comes to banking and financial matters, to saving money and to clawing your way out of debt, it’s tempting to make money excuses, and to take the easy way out. It’s easy to pretend it’s not happening. But, burying your head in the sand will not only leave you out of pocket and with an unpleasant taste in …
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  • Cost of living in the UK for 2019

    Will UK Living Costs Rise in 2019 (And How Will It Impact Your Finances)?

    18th December 2018

    With Christmas spending already hitting household finances; another concern is whether UK living costs will rise in the New Year. With uncertainty remaining over the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, it is hard to gauge whether this will cause a rise in UK living costs in 2019. UK prices typically rise in line with inflation, often around the 2-3% …
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  • Child support UK

    Have You Been Missing Out on Financial Child Support Benefits?

    22nd November 2018

    Finding alternative sources of income to plug the holes in household finances has become critical for many families with children.   However, before applying for that credit card, overdraft or payday loan, it is best to check that you are receiving your entitled financial benefits for your family. There are several child financial support options open to families, Child Benefit …
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  • Brits overspending on Christmas budgets

    Tis’ The Season to be Overspending

    20th November 2018

    New research finds 1 in 5 Brits overspending their Christmas budget, leading to long term debt throughout the year. We know that Christmas is a time for giving and receiving. In doing so we make our loved ones happy and thus spread the Christmas cheer. Yet sadly, the giving part is causing untold strain on people’s finances. New research by …
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  • Debt and its impact on relationships

    How Debt is Damaging Your Personal Relationship(s)

    30th October 2018

    Debt can cause an unbelievable amount of pressure on relationships, causing disputes, quarrels and frustration from either partner. In a debt-ridden environment, staying strong as a couple can be challenging. Either or both partners can become cold and withdrawn to each other, leading to repeated arguments on how the debt was accumulated in the first place. Moreover, trust within a …
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  • What pension options do I have?

    I’m Worried About My Pension. What Options Do I Have?

    22nd October 2018

    With many of us not saving into a pension, or not saving enough, it is time to get up to date on what pension options you have. More than two in five workers under the age of 45 risks being left disappointed in retirement as they are underestimating how much money they will need to provide a decent income. For …
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