Easy Ways To Save Extra Money

by Pam on October 6, 2017

At times it can seem like no matter how much we earn, we end up leaking money like an old boat riddled with holes. “I can’t have spent that much last month!” we’ll exclaim, staring open-mouthed in horror at our bank statements and visiting best.creditcard for a new credit card.

As freeing up money to put into our savings is one of the most important financial skills to manage, here are some tips for doing just that.
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You might be resigned to the fact that your monthly bills are only going to get bigger over time, thinking of it as an inevitability, but you’d be wrong, and if you continue to be resigned to your misapprehension, you’ll only end up cheating yourself out of a lot of cash. Don’t believe me? Check out these simple ways to cut your monthly expenses bill-by-bill.
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You can spend an awful lot of money in your lifetime, especially on new things. The thing is, you don’t always need to own something, especially when you have the option of borrowing it instead. Loaning or hiring something can save you money, and it’s often more convenient too. Before you buy anything new, consider these things that might be better to rent.
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How To Cut Your Car Insurance Costs

by Pam on September 29, 2017

Car insurance costs can be astronomical, especially if you are a younger driver or someone with previous history. So, how do you cut these costs – we take a look.

  1. Put another person on the insurance irrespective of age

One of the easiest ways you can reduce your insurance costs is to attach another person to the policy. The best thing is that it does not necessarily have to be an older or more experienced person.
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Christmas is just over three months away.  Three months sounds like a lot of time – but 90 days doesn’t. Below are some tips for getting ahead of the game financially this Christmas so you don’t find yourself caught off guard during the hustle and bustle of the holidays.
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For many of us, home is where we spend much of our time in our daily lives. But despite this, many people fail to make the home as inexpensive as possible. If you have started to be a little concerned with the costs associated with your home, then it might be time to look into what you can do about it. As it happens, you can usually do quite a lot. However, many of the simplest solutions are often accidentally ignored, and it is this approach which usually causes people the problems they face. In this post, we are going to help you get around this trouble, by looking firstly at what you can do to make your home life cheaper and easier. Let’s look at many of the unmissable solutions which really could turn it all around for you.
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How To Stop Drowning In Bills

by Pam on August 1, 2017

Paying bills is an unfortunate side effect of adulthood, but that doesn’t mean it has to consume your whole existence. At most, you should be worried about your bills once a month, not every single day of the year. If you feel like you’re drowning, you need to seek out professional help to come up with a reasonable solution. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to keep your head above water.
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