Top Tips For Easter Finance

Posted on 26th March 2015 | no comments
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Easter represents a period of celebration amongst most people in the UK thanks in addition to the Bank Holiday. In the midst of the celebrations, spending on food, drinks, fashion and gifts increases. With the stagnant economy and high costs of living, it is important you are vigilant on what and how much you spend
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The 10 Best Money Saving Sites for 2015

Posted on 20th February 2015 | no comments
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Introduction 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 2015!! With the average UK household now £54,000 in debt finding
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10 Modern Day Expenses You Can Live Without

Posted on 29th January 2015 | no comments
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There’s no denying that we love our modern day comforts. From smartphones to designer labels, coffee and Kindles – the list is endless .Unfortunately, these come at a hefty price. If you struggle to keep afloat each month and find that your income barely covers your living costs, it’s time to reassess. We’ve put together
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How to Handle New Year Finances

Posted on 16th January 2015 | no comments
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With the New Year in full swing, it is time to come to terms with New Year money. Whether you spent a lot last year, or if you are planning for big things this year, you need to start the New Year well with good money management. Managing the January financial hangover January is a
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11 Money Excuses to Stop Making in 2015

Posted on 5th January 2015 | no comments
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When it comes to banking and financial matters, to saving money and to clawing your way out of debt, it’s tempting to make 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
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Your Ultimate Post-Christmas Personal Finance Survival Guide

Posted on 30th December 2014 | no comments
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The Christmas season made everyone excited about spending time with friends and family. Christmas inevitably becomes a time when you also need to spend it with your finances and making sure that you are on top of how you are spending cash. We have made for you post-Christmas survival guide so you can figure out
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The guide to Christmas gift Ideas and spending

Posted on 12th December 2014 | no comments
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Christmas is just around the corner and you know what that means? Presents and more presents! Many people in the UK have already started their Christmas shopping in earnest by seeking out the best deals available on the market. With this guide from Peachy, you are going to find out the best Christmas gift ideas
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How to Build a Strong Savings Plan that Gets Results Every Time

Posted on 20th November 2014 | no comments
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Saving money comes more naturally to some than others. Whilst there are those people who can seemingly stash away a shed-load of cash without any effort at all, in fact it always takes a certain level of planning, commitment and determination to make a savings plan work. Even for those who struggle to save money,
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5 Rock Solid Budget Planner Apps to Help You Keep Track of Your Money

Posted on 16th October 2014 | two comments
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Have you ever glanced at a bank statement only to realise that you have no recollection of making a purchase? I know I have. Or how about having a surprised look on your face as you scroll through the number of direct debits and standing orders leaving your account each month? Keeping on top of
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13 Money-Saving Life Hacks

Posted on 2nd October 2014 | no comments
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In these modern times, it is no secret that we are all looking to save a bit of cold, hard cash whenever possible. Unfortunately, this is often easier said than done. So, what are some of the best ways to extend and bolster our finances without living underneath of a bridge or selling blood to
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