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  • 0% balance transfer credit cards - a cause or symptom of Britain’s credit card debt?

    0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards: A Cause (or Symptom) of Britain’s Credit Card Debt?

    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 …
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  • The pro's and con's of bulk-buying

    Bulk Buying: Does It Really Save You Money In The Long-term?

    11th September 2019

    Bulk buying can be a fantastic way to reduce your shopping bill. However, is buying more than you need a cost-cutting exercise or a surefire way to waste what you do not use? Whilst the UK does not yet take bulk buying to the extreme as our American cousins, Brits will have noticed enticing offers to buy more and get …
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  • How to control emotional spending

    The 5 Triggers of Emotional Spending (And How to Control Them!)

    31st May 2019

    Are you an emotional spender? However good you are at managing your money, your emotions can urge you to make financial decisions that could end up costing you a small fortune. Emotional spending occurs when we spend more money on something because we feel bored, lonely, worried or perhaps because we feel like celebrating a particular life event like getting …
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  • Tips for Saving on Car Expenses

    10 Simple Tips for Motorists to Save £934 on Fuel Costs (in 2019)!

    15th May 2019

    The cost of driving always seems to be going up, with car tax and car insurance on the rise. Fuel is still one of the most significant expenditures for motorists in the UK, despite prices being frozen for the ninth year in a row. Drivers can save hundreds of pounds on fuel by making small changes when it comes to their …
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  • 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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