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How to save money every time you spend

How to save money every time you spend

Money is a significant source of worry for many of us. Some of us have huge debts that we need to deal with that started building when we went to university. Other people simply struggle to make ends meet each month because they're earning a low wage and have a lot of bills to deal with. Whatever your issues with money, it's time to overcome them, once and for all. Especially when you have a little family to look after, it's important to save money where you can. VIEW the POST

The importance of managing your personal finances

The importance of managing your personal finances

Everyone is personally responsible for learning how to manage his or her finances. Money affects everything that you do in life, and it will impact your education, your future home, the mode of transportation that you take every single day, the items that you purchase and much more. Here are some top tips for managing your personal finances: VIEW the POST

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!

Investing on a shoestring

Investing on a shoestring

While you might have heard the saying that you need to have money to make money, you probably didn’t stop to think that any money that you haven’t borrowed from a bank is your money. It’s money that you can use to, well, make more! This is especially the case now because investing has become more accessible to the Average Joe (and Joanne), who can start an investment fund with £100 or less. VIEW the POST

Some helpful tips if you’re considering fostering

Some helpful tips if you’re considering fostering

I have often considering fostering, before I had children and as they've got older. Being able to help a little child get support in the start of their journey, to me, feels like the most courageous thing anyone can do. One of the common concerns that would-be foster carers talk about is money. It’s a taboo subject in society as a whole. However, for foster carers, it can be an even greater minefield. It is vital that prospective foster carers realise that foster caring is a paid profession. You will be financially supported to ensure that you can provide a good level of care and support to the children you foster.VIEW the POST

Thinking it through – how to choose a personal loan

Choosing a personal loan that best fits your needs and finances in a market where financing is accessible to most can make it difficult. Most of the time the pitch is geared toward making the process fast, easy, and most convenient for you. In past years, taking out a loan was a process, which could take weeks to be completed. Today, lenders can notify prospective applicants of whether they were approved or denied credit.