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  • Debts, Be Gone! Dealing With Dozens Of Arrears

    Studies suggest that 8.3 million people are dealing with debt in the UK alone. As a percentage of the population, it’s around 11%. However, this stat isn’t the most shocking one. The figure that stands out is the average amount, which is at £8,000 by the according to The sad truth is that people don’t have a single debt but many different arrears. And, this makes the process of getting out two, three, four times harder.

    / 12th May 2018
  • Taking Your Side Hustle To The Next Level

    A side hustle is almost as common as having a hobby or a favourite pastime – nearly everyone has an interest in something. Side hustles are becoming more popular as people look to supplement their income, as well as pursue an interest outside of the 9-5.

    / 9th April 2018
  • Cutting Car Costs: Making Sure You Can Afford Your First Vehicle!

    Passing your driving test is one of the most incredible feelings, after months (or sometimes years!) of practice and hard work you finally get to reap the rewards. Being able to drive gives you such independence, no longer do you need to rely on friends or family for lifts, fork out on taxis or ubers or wait around on unreliable public transport.

    With a license and your own car, you can go where you want, when you want. However it’s not easy for new drivers, and passing your test is just the start.

    / 6th April 2018
  • Saving Money On Life Essentials

    We’re always going to have big expenses in life, but some of them are going to be considerably more expensive than others. And there’s a lot of us out there that can’t come to terms with that fact, and thus we overspend and over budget, which doesn’t make for a healthy household! However, it’s never too late to turn things around. You can still cut a cheaper deal with any service providers, start buying own brand products, and generally just think more about how you spend your money.

    / 27th March 2018
  • Overspending? Here’s how you can keep your costs down

    Often, we will find ourselves overspending on items we can go without. Making New Year’s resolutions can frequently be disastrous, with 80% of people failing by February and regretting it instantly — have you managed to stick with yours? One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to cut down on spending, and although this sounds achievable, if you don’t have a fully-fledged strategy in place, the likeliness of failure spirals out of control.

    / 21st March 2018
  • Money Tools For Financial Fools

    It’s far too easy to feel like a fool when it comes to finance. With the money coming in barely covering the life you want to live, surprise payments lurking around every corner, and pressure to avoid debt coming from loads of places, it’s no wonder that most people struggle with this part of life. Of course, though, in the modern world, there are loads of ways to make any job much easier. With the right time and dedication, you can handle almost all of your financial fundamentals from the comfort of the computer. To do this, though, you first need to know where you can look to get support.

    / 28th February 2018
  • Making Your Home Greener And Cleaner

    A greener home has many benefits for you and your family. While on the one hand, it will help you to save money by reducing your energy bills, but it will also teach you how to be less wasteful. There are some things you might already be doing to make your home greener, such as recycling or using energy-saving light bulbs, but there is always more to be done to help the environment.

    / 20th February 2018