The best option for your savings

Almost 17 million Brits have less than £100 stashed away in savings, according to This is Money. For a lot of us, it’s getting started with saving up and sticking to it, as opposed to having no money to save. It does also depend on where you are in life - a huge 3.5 million of us have no assets and little to no savings. Even if you are one of the 3.5 million, you might experience an...

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Benefits of a Workplace Pension

A pension is your financial security for your future after you have retired from working. For the majority of people the government will provide a state pension, covering all of your basic needs, but adding money to a workplace pension during your career is beneficial to you. Since 2012 there has been a rollout of workplace pension schemes as mandatory. The company you work for now has to...

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How to Save Money on Your Food Shop

The bill for your food shop is unavoidable, as we all need to eat. Whether you go to the shop daily, weekly, monthly, order online or in the store, or live solely from takeaway food, you will be spending money on food. Here we look at a few ways in which you can save money on your food shop. Budget Accordingly Work out exactly how much money you will need for the set period of time and...

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5 Ways To Cut Back On Your Monthly Expenses

Sometimes it feels like all your money goes on bills and everyday essentials, doesn’t it? Although all necessary expenses, it does seem to leave less and less money for you to spend on the things you enjoy! But what if there were a way to cut back on your monthly expenses – so you could start saving some money towards your dream holiday or first home, perhaps? Start by looking at...

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Starting a Hobby in 2017

What greater way to enter the New Year than by taking up a new hobby, and potentially finding a passion to last a lifetime. Whether you take up a sporting pursuit, start sewing, reading, writing, hiking or any of the plentiful options you have at your disposal, have fun and take a look at some of the key benefits awaiting you. Take a Break from Life Sometimes it is nice to break and do...

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Great budget apps to ease your daily life

Finance and budgeting are quintessential to our daily lives. However, due to day to day stress and innumerable things to do, most people forget all about sticking to a budget. The fact that many of us write our financial dos and don'ts on frilly pieces of paper doesn’t help either. There is good news, though. In this day and age of technology, there is an app for everything, even for...

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Christmas Is Right Around the Corner, Why Being Ready Makes the Season Merrier!

The Holidays are right around the corner and with all of the fun and merriment also comes bills and stress. Having a plan ready to help with the additional costs is important to your financial well-being. Planning for The Holidays is something you should be doing all year long. Although you may think that it’s impossible it is not as difficult as you think. Simply putting away a few pounds...

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5 Ways You’re Probably Wasting Money

This is a sponsered blog post. Whether you have a six-figure salary or you need three jobs to support your family, everyone is looking for ways to save money. As a result, the internet is overflowing with blog posts that have titles such as “4 Effective and Sensible Ways to Save Money”, “How to Save Money Even When it Feels Impossible”, and “Top 10 Better Money Habits You Can...

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Managing your money as part of the 18-34 ‘millennial’ generation!

Many young adults are missing out on various monetary deals due to their age and perceived status. Various investigations have shown that the younger generation, mainly those born in the 1980’s and 90’s actually want to manage their finances responsibly and not blow their childhood savings that they receive at the age of 18 on a round the world ticket. Becoming of age is also about...

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