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How To Take a Holiday On Without Breaking The Bank

Whether a family holiday, a gap year, a trip around the world or simply a much needed getaway, for most of us, funding a...
stamp duty increase on houses 2016

What will the April stamp duty changes bring us?

Recently, Chancellor George Osborne has announced legislative changes concerning the stamp duty and mortgage relief amendments. This is fresh news and the changes will...
wedding day

Cutting the Costs of your Big Day

Despite a wedding being one the most exciting times of your life it can also come with huge financial strains that can make it...
disposable income

What Is Disposable Income And How Much Do We All Really Have?

According to recent reports the top 1% in the world now own 50% of the wealth – a frightening statistic which puts into perspective...
impulse buying

How To Avoid Impulse Buying And Spend Less

We all have moments where we are more likely to buy items impulsively, but being aware of the most common impulsive moments will help...
Cash happy holiday

Don’t Let The Cold Get You Down. Start Saving For A Holiday

It may be pretty obvious that the more holidays we take, the happier we are – but do you know on average how many...
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How To Eat Well And Still Save Money

Grocery shopping is one of the biggest drains on our finances, but it’s not exactly something we can afford to cut out. There are...
Investment for the future

Why You Should Consider Your Future, Today, With A Pension Plan

Retirement is a time for you to enjoy in comfort, having worked your entire life you want to be able to sit back, relax...
secured loans

How Bad Credit Secured Loans And Homeowner Loans Can Help When You Have Poor Credit History

Secured loans and homeowner loans are types of loans available to people for a multitude of uses. You may want to make improvements to...