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  • September 21, 2020

Be Smarter With Your Cash With These Tips

It’s a very common theme among younger people that once they hit their twenties and get a little free with a credit card, they make poor financial decisions. The thing is, you don’t have to do this – ever. You don’t have to take a risk with your credit
  • August 18, 2020

What to Do With a Sudden Windfall

Suddenly coming into a large sum of money is usually a good thing. Whether you’ve been expecting it or it’s a complete surprise, a big increase in what’s in your bank account can be very helpful. However, when you have a big sum of money all of a sudden,
  • July 31, 2020

15 Passive Income Ideas to Boost Your Bank Balance

Working around the clock isn’t much fun, yet most of us like the idea of upping our earnings. But before you agree to that overtime, take a look at these 15 passive income ideas. Passive income can allow you to earn more money without having to dedicate much of
  • July 23, 2020

Upgrade or Replace: Saving Money on Your Computer

It’s no secret that computers have very limited lifespans. Just a few short years after buying your fancy new MacBook, you’ll probably be forced to start looking for a new one. The machine will slow down, start to develop physical faults, and may even stop being fit for purpose
  • July 23, 2020

Are You Making These Smart Money Decisions?

Have you ever heard of the goal of achieving financial freedom? Financial freedom essentially means that you have so much money in your bank account that you no longer need to work to provide an income. Instead, you will be able to retire early and quite comfortably. To do
  • July 18, 2020

Steps You Should Take Now to Experience Financial Freedom

What does it mean to be free, financially? Before we look into the specifics of that, let’s talk about why you want to. Effectively, financial freedom means that you are allowed to do what you want with your money. It’s about cutting off both the reliances and the liabilities
  • July 2, 2020

Saving Money on Food the Easy Way

If you are keen to ensure that you are looking after your finances as well as possible, one of the main expenses that you’ll need to keep an eye on is your food. This is always going to be a major expense, for obvious reasons, and as such you
  • May 27, 2020

Four Home Improvement DIYs to Help You Save Money

If you are interested in renovating your home, you might have been put off by the considerable cost involved. While it is essential to always bring in professionals to deal with specialist tasks, such as anything structural or electrical, there is a surprising amount of home renovation you can
  • May 24, 2020

Helping Your Loved Ones With Financial Problems

From time to time, we all need to do what we can to help those around us. Sometimes the people we love need help in a financial way, and when that happens it’s good to know that you are the kind of person someone can rely upon.
  • May 12, 2020

3 Ways to Start Your Personal Financial Recovery Post-Lockdown

It’s almost over, we shall soon be out of this mess and back on our feet. Normal life is already starting to resume and we’re seeing what’s left of the economy as the dust settles. And the verdict is coming in as, not very good. Analysts are saying that

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