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16th January 2020
Millions of Brits face January financial woes after binge spending at Christmas. But, what can you do about it? Well, it turns out, you can do quite a lot! Almost one in ten of us feel pressured to spend more than we could afford just before and over the festive period. At the same time, 1 in 10 Brits have …
30th December 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 …
28th December 2019
You shouldn’t need to break the bank to get fit and healthy. Many people associate exercise believing they need expensive equipment or having a gym membership, but this is just not true. There are so many ways you can work up a sweat without it costing the earth. We’ve all done it. We made a resolution and we want to …
13th December 2019
All parents want their kids to grow up to become self-sufficient, especially from a financial standpoint. For that to happen, they must start knocking financial sense into their kids from an early age (as soon as they enter double digits). While sure, there’s no textbook formula to ensure your children’s financial independence, there are some steps you can take to …
10th December 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. – to help you save more money in 2020!! With the average UK household now £54,000 in debt finding clever ways to save …
9th October 2019
Debt is inevitable for most people. Whether it’s student loans, mortgages, credit cards or any other type of borrowing, everyone finds a way to borrow and spend money they probably don’t have. According to the Money Charity, the average household credit card debt in the UK, excluding mortgages, was £2,655 in September. According to the Office of National Statistics, average …