Saving Tips

  • ISA and tax free savings

    The Peachy Guide to ISA’s and Tax-free Savings

    26th March 2019

    You’re looking to save some money; this could be to pay for a holiday each year or something long-term like a deposit for a home or retirement. There’s no single approach to saving up your desired amount, as it will depend on your timeframe, your current financial circumstances… and even your age. But, one thing to consider is your tax-free …
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  • 8 expensive valentines day gifts

    8 Expensive Valentine’s Day Gifts (Get Your Cheque Book Out!)

    14th February 2019

    Roses, chocolates and a lavish dinner date, they’re all classic go-to gifts to spoil your Valentines with. Each year there are those amongst us who like to do something a little more original, and yes cost a bit more to show their affection to the ones they love. Britons will spend £1.6 million on Valentine’s Day gifts. However, is there …
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  • How to get fit on a budget

    How to Get Fit and Healthy [on a Budget] in 2019!

    25th January 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 …
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  • 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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  • 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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