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The benefits of couponing

The benefits of couponing

Couponing has become a personal challenge with shoppers over the years, and it is hardly a shock, people love to save money. Even the smallest amount counts as a win, and customers feel like they are getting value. It might be surprising to learn that couponing has been around since the 1880s! Coca Cola was, in fact, the first brand to offer coupons in 1887, and coupons have been growing in popularity amongst brands and customers alike ever since! VIEW the POST

5 Tips to save you a fortune when shopping online

5 Tips to save you a fortune when shopping online

More and more people are shopping online nowadays. In 2015, Statista cited that over 200 million of the population in the US did their shopping on the Internet. Convenience is a prevalent factor as to why online shoppers do their thing. If you’re a fashionista, for instance, you'll have a broader and perkier selection of items if you shop at premier online stores like Hush Style. VIEW the POST

Save a little where you’re spending a lot

Spending a lot is not what you want to be doing at this time of year, but we know it’s what everyone is doing. We’re heading towards the Christmas rush, and although it’s not December just yet, we think we’re close enough to the big day to be bringing it up. You’ll no doubt have been scouring the websites, picking up little odd presents from the shop, and really feeling like the festive rush is going to hit you like a ton of bricks. Well let’s see if we can save a little, so you can spend more on presents! …

How to prepare your children for a successful professional life

How to prepare your children for a successful professional life

We all love having our kids around and they're so cute and innocent but it's very much worth thinking about preparing them for an adult, professional life. You can help to prepare your children for that professional life, even from a surprisingly young age there are so many ways to help them be ready for having a successful professional career, here's a few ways how. VIEW the POST

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

Have you considered long term investments for your child’s University fund?

While every parent’s dream is to send their child to university, it is often more expensive than the average working class family can afford. If you take into account that the average salary as of 2018 in the UK is £27,271 and that the cost of undergraduate programs at university can reach £9,250 per year, it is understandable that most working class parents are seeking ways to grow any savings they can accrue. This typically means investing small amounts over a long period of time and for the most part, this is a good plan. However, what kind of investments are safe and are you willing to invest in a fund overseen by someone else, no matter how knowledgeable that person might be? Here is an unusual option to consider. …