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NINE FAMILY AND PURSE FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES TO CELEBRATE EASTER 2021

Easter is almost here, and we're all looking forward to that four-day bank holiday weekend and – fingers crossed! - some sunny weather. It comes at the moment we’re allowed to meet up outdoors with friends and family for the first time in months. But...

Posted in Budgeting on Mar 26, 2021.

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Learn How To Save On Electric Bills In An Apartment.

Big bills begone: How to save on electric bills in an apartment It’s time to talk bills again – namely, how we can push them lower and keep more money in your wallet! It’s tricky right now and apartment dwellers are looking for ways to tighten down...

Posted in Budgeting on Mar 25, 2021.

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Do Smart Meters Save Money On Electricity?

Do smart meters save money?   Tens of millions of people have had a smart meter installed in their homes, making them one of the largest and most consistent energy-saving trends in recent years. Many renters and property owners are considering instal...

Posted in Budgeting on Mar 23, 2021.

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Learn how to budget for uni and still enjoy your studies.

How to budget for uni If you are preparing to go to uni, the costs can seem huge. Housing, food and tuition add up fast and working while you study is not always an option. For students wondering how to budget for uni, we have compiled some tips. The...

Posted in Budgeting, Personal Finance, Saving on Mar 18, 2021.

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MARVELLOUS AFFORDABLE GIFTS TO MAKE YOUR MUM FEEL EXTRA SPECIAL ON MOTHER’S DAY

Mother’s Day - which falls on Sunday 14th March - is fast approaching. And whilst the usual celebrations are off the cards due to lockdown - unless, of course, you live together – there are lots of ways to show mum just how special she is. Here’s our...

Posted in Budgeting on Mar 11, 2021.

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Social spending fuelling Britain’s debt claims new study

Briton’s are spending too much socially which is sending them into debt according to a new study from the Money Advice Service. It revealed levels of social debt to be in the region of £1,260 with more than 50% of people saying they spend more than p...

Posted in Budgeting, Debt Consolidation, Personal Finance, Personal Loans on Jun 26, 2014.

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The importance of money management in everyday life

Teaching children about finance and money management will help them to save and spend sensibly in later life.

Posted in Bad Credit, Budgeting, Economy, Personal Finance, Unsecured Loans on Jan 31, 2014.

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£5 notes are fast becoming the most popular cash machine withdrawal

British consumers enjoy withdrawing £5 notes so much that the Bank of England (BOE) has announced a ten-fold increase in the amount of the denomination that will be dispensed from UK cash machines. According to BOE figures over £200m £5 notes are cu...

Posted in Budgeting on Apr 27, 2012.

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Top financial resolutions for 2012

Find out what the top financial New Year’s resolutions for next year will be. The top resolutions that should shape Brits’ finances in 2012 are: Start a pension: recent data published by Prudential shows that a majority of 56% of British couples age...

Posted in Budgeting, Saving on Dec 15, 2011.

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