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28th May 2017
“Save money” is back in style as more Brits look to saving to weather potential financial problems in the future. A survey from the National Savings & Investments (NS&I) found that savings levels are increasing every year, and that women in general save more money than men. If you are a spender and you want to learn about the power …
10th May 2017
Introduction Thoughts are starting to turn to summer and that well-deserved holiday. With each passing year more and more of us are leaving the UK and taking our main holiday abroad. This year only 30% of Brits are expected to spend their summer holiday in the UK. Some of the most popular foreign destinations include; Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Portugal …
25th April 2017
As a nation, we love spending money on our children. According to a study from Aviva, first-time parents from the UK spend almost £492m preparing for a new baby. Whether you have a newborn baby or a teenager, children are the hearts and souls of our society. It’s natural that British parents love to spend money on making them happy …
13th March 2017
When it comes to spending on things that we care about, no one does it like us. Once in a lifetime purchase is a thing that many of us think about but we don’t know if we could ever achieve it. These purchases can be done but they can only be done with a plan and a budget. Nothing happens …
17th January 2017
To “Run out of money” is something that most of us dread. However, research from the Money Charity shows that household debt in the UK now averages at around more than £54,000 per household. This highlights the problems that many of us are facing with consumer credit, as more people are looking for cash because they cannot generate the cash …
9th January 2017
The phrase ‘the Bank of Mum and Dad’ was coined in Britain to highlight the growing number of adult children who ask their parents for money, food, shelter once they have finished university and are working. This is a phenomenon that is growing rapidly as more young people in the UK under the age of 35 are returning to their …