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Money Management Tips

13.10.2019Money Management Tips

How to Best Finance a Major Purchase

There are many things that cannot simply be purchased on a whim. In fact, it is often better to save up for better quality products that will last you longer and work better in the long run.

20.09.2019Money Saving Tips

Household Bills: How Shopping Around Can Save You Money

Save Money on Household Bills

Have you ever wondered how you can

12.09.2019Money Management Tips

Top 10 Biggest Assets People Purchase

Make the most of your Money

Banks are now offering an exceedingly low amount of money in exchange for your savings, which means a trend is growing whereby individuals are investing their money in assets which have the potential to earn more money, or simply to increase in value. In an ever-changing world, many can seek peace of mind by knowing that they have invested in an asset that will increase their capital and help maintain their lifestyle.

21.08.2019Money Saving Tips

How Will Leaving the EU Affect Your Finances?

How Brexit might change the Cost of Living

It’s been all over the news for years now, and yet Brexit has come to be so muddled in party politics and misinformation that it can be difficult to know exactly how leaving the EU will affect your personal finances. Add to this confusion the fact that, three months off, it’s still unclear which way the pendulum will swing, there’s little wonder why more and more people are searching the internet to see how exactly Brexit might change their financial health or affect their cashflow.

20.08.2019Money Saving Tips

Is Your Pension Big Enough?

05.08.2019Money Management Tips

Ways to Pay Off Your Overdraft and Credit Cards

Clear your debts effectively

The problem with overdrafts and credit cards are that they are akin to a mystical illusion of debt, as it’s almost like if you can’t see them they are not real. But this couldn’t be further from the truth as if you allow these kinds of debts to rack up, you could find yourself in serious financial trouble.

05.07.2019Money Saving Tips

The Importance of Setting Financial Goals

Like with any other worthwhile activity, when it comes to the task of building your wealth, you’re going to have to take it seriously. Your money isn’t going to grow if you have a lackadaisical attitude or take a careless approach to earning and saving.

24.06.2019Money Saving Tips

The many faces of personal loans, but which is right for you?

Choose the right loan for you

Loans are accepted every day for a wide variety of reasons for people from every walk of life, but not all loans are the same. There are several different types of loan with varying terms of repayment, different rates of interest and not all loans are available to everyone.

20.06.2019Money Management Tips

Breaking the taboo of talking about money

Money can be a bit of an overwhelming subject for some people, let alone talking about it openly with friends and family. There is a reluctance to open up and speak about financial statuses and challenges, known as the ‘money talk taboo.

12.06.2019Money Management Tips

Are You Earning What You’re Worth and Happy In Your Job?

Get to Know your salary range

Trying to measure your worth is a tricky question because how can anyone really know their value compared to the next person. However, whether you’re looking for a new job or looking to start discussions for a pay rise, knowing where your salary lies can be valuable information to know.

11.06.2019Money Saving Tips

What's the Future for Cash

Physical vs Digital Cash

Thanks to technology, there are now a plethora of different ways to pay for the things that you want and need in life. Debit cards, credit cards, contactless cards, mobile payments, and, most recently, cryptocurrencies.

05.06.2019Money Saving Tips

How to Make Your Salary Go Further!

Living from payday to payday is not sustainable. It is stressful, dangerous, and does nothing to support your future.

26.04.2019Money Saving Tips

How to Raise Money for Unexpected Expenses

Life is far from predictable. Though some unpredictability is great, others, like an unexpected expense, will always hit you when you’re down.