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21st November 2013
The rise of online shopping has led to a massive change in how people in the UK see cash and spending online in general. The UK has over 12% of online retail market share, according to RetailResearch.org. With billions of pounds being spent annually especially around Christmas online, how has this changed our attitudes to cash vs online spending? Cash …
11th November 2013
Whenever it is Christmastime, we all know that glow that comes over us. It’s exciting to think about gift giving and receiving things you have always wanted from the people you love. Of course, we know that Christmas is more than just about giving gifts. It is about spending time with loved ones and reflecting on the year that has …
5th November 2013
Earning extra income does not have to be hard in order to get more cash in your pocket. It just requires you to be more creative so that you can find opportunities. Don’t wait for opportunities to come knocking. With this list of Peachy-perfect ways to make extra cash, you are going to be in the driver’s seat of your …
30th October 2013
Your credit score is part of your personal finance blueprint. You should always know what your credit score is especially if you want to build your financial future. At Peachy, we know it doesn’t seem straightforward when you are looking for your credit scores. Finding out credit scores has become an entire industry for some companies. We are here to …
25th October 2013
Did you know that colour psychology is one of the most detailed types of study in the world? This is because of the strength of colour and the impact that it has in our eyes. The sense of sight allows us to see colour. In the world of personal finance, there are colourS that you are exposed to every day …
21st October 2013
National Savings & Investments (NS&I), one of the largest savings organisations in Britain, found some startling statistics about the costs of later living such as long term care and illnesses. From around one third of Britons say they expect that they will care for relatives in their family financially. It seems like many Britons are putting off thinking about their personal …