Back to School: 3 Last Minute Saving Tips

Posted on 7th September 2015 | no comments
Back to school

With kids around the country beginning to return to school and stressed parents running around the shops last minute like headless chickens. What can you do to get everything they need and stay calm in doing so? Whether it was that holiday or those days out that left a hole in your wallet, or you’re
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The Best Things in Life are Free

Posted on 4th August 2015 | no comments
learn a new skill

Summer is finally here…, hoorah!! With social media sites awash with friend’s photos of foreign holidays, BBQ’s and beaches. What options do you have, if you’re a little short cash? Whether you’re planning a staycation or just wondering what to do with the kids during the summer holidays. This is the post for you. As
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Are Britons Saving More?

Posted on 15th July 2015 | no comments
Saving money

Saving is one word that people hear many times when it comes to personal finance and money matters. National Savings & Investments (NS&I) found that UK savers have put more money away in 2014 than they have in a decade. The NS&I noted that this was around 8% of pay. The average amount that is
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10 Ways to Save a Tenner

Posted on 25th June 2015 | no comments
save money

Whether your saving a trip abroad, the school summer holidays or just simply feeling the pinch. This week’s post has something for you. Saving a tenner this week sounds good right? But what would you say if we had 10 ways you can save at least £10? Even Better!!! 1. Have a Packed Lunch We
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7 Ways to See if You are a Saver or a Spender

Posted on 26th May 2015 | no comments
saver or spender?

We all want to know whether we are spenders or savers. It takes a special type of person to know what their spending personality is like and luckily for you, we have the following signals that will help you see whether you are a saver or a spender at heart. #1 – You get urges
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Top Tips For Easter Finance

Posted on 26th March 2015 | no comments
egg with percent

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
money saving websites

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
Cost Of Living Expenses Sky High Monitor Showing Increasing Costs

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
New year finances

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
new year chapter one money excuse

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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