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Staying in the black this New Year

Staying in the black this New Year

If there’s one thing better than a good Christmas, it’s a relatively debt free New Year. Of course, when it comes to Christmas spending, too many of us go overboard, thinking that if everyone else is maxing out their credit cards, it must be alright? Well, yes and no, because come January, everyone’s also living on dry bread and water. Here’s how to avoid this annual debt trap. Oh and we bought a house too! VIEW the POST

5 Ways new families can fund a Wanderlust lifestyle

5 Ways new families can fund a Wanderlust lifestyle

Every now and then you’ll come across stories where an entire family drops everything and lives a life of travel and fun. These families are not multi-millionaires. Their stories are often like ours. They went from sitting in an office cubicle to traveling all around the world with their family in tow, itching that Wanderlust impulse. VIEW the POST

5 Amazing ways on how to save money when you are in debt

Debt is sometimes inevitable. I have had my share of experiences and what matters is how you handle the situation. Do you have any outstanding debts that are weighing you down such that you don’t know if you should save or pay up? The fantastic news is that it is possible to save even when you are in debt. Unbelievable, right? Well, stick around to find out some of the incredible ways.

Play the credit card game to your advantage

Play the credit card game to your advantage

It’s that bit of plastic which can often be a source of short-term temptation, and occasionally swell to a balance beyond the point of where we would like it to be. But credit cards are an ever present among Brits, with around 73% of adults in this country owning one, and around 250 million purchases being made on this type of card each month on our shores.VIEW the POST