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23rd March 2018
As our daily lifestyles continue to feel the pinch of everyday expenses, it can be hard to make ends meet. Most of the time, you read the same money saving advice around changing your lifestyle, from omitting choices like “buying coffee from Starbucks” to “only buying the non-branded food at the supermarket”. But, this is no way to enjoy living! …
1st February 2018
After what has probably been another expensive and excessive Christmas, many will be anticipating the arrival of their post-Christmas credit card statements. Yet, despite several New Year’s resolutions on making this year a more prosperous financial year, Britons are terrible at saving. Britain is still weathering the financial crisis and the so-called ‘credit crunch.’ Partly, this crisis was caused by …
5th January 2018
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 …
20th November 2017
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 2018!! With the average UK household now £54,000 in debt finding clever ways to save money has never …
15th October 2017
If you want to be the king or queen of saving, you should start with manageable goals. £250 is a good place to start if you want to build your savings cushion into something bigger at a later date. If you have never saved £500 or you want to save this amount today, this is the perfect guide for you …
20th August 2017
Conventional financial wisdom says that you need to have an emergency fund in order to have strong personal finances. Cash reserve can be anything from three months to six months. This can take a while to create for yourself which is why it is extremely important to generate income for yourself. In addition to having your full-time job, it’s important …