Collaborative post Money is a tricky topic for many of us, especially with the cost of living crisis stretching household budgets further than ever before. Unless you’re fortunate enough to be in a particularly well-paid job, have lots of savings or no mortgage, it’s likely that you need to take some steps to achieve financial freedom, rather than it just happening unaided. However, it can be hard to know where to start, and money is often a topic that comes with a level of secrecy or privacy, often making it difficult to find trustworthy advice
Collaborative post Divorce is undeniably challenging, but it doesn’t have to dictate your financial future. In fact, with careful planning and empowered decision-making, you can build a secure and prosperous life post-divorce. Before embarking on your journey towards financial stability, it’s crucial to gain a clear understanding of your financial landscape. Assess your assets, liabilities, and potential future expenses. This comprehensive financial snapshot will be the foundation for your secure future. You can combine this foundation of knowledge with these other factors.
Collaborative post – Written by Cody Ellis The financial journey of parenthood is an intimidating one. The thought of planning for the future while taking on the responsibility of caring for a child and managing existing debts can leave new or expecting parents feeling overwhelmed and uncertain about how to discuss finances with their partner. Fortunately, having difficult conversations around money is not impossible – it just takes practice. By learning how to have positive conversations, navigating financial decisions as a team instead of individually, and implementing a few strategies that fit both your family’s
Collaborative post The winter is always a tough time for budgets. You’re always going to have an eye on the seasonal holiday costs, and parents will be more than aware that kids’ warm clothes have a habit of wearing out just at the wrong time. From energy bills to wondering if you need to bring someone in to check your boiler, it’s the time of year when that cushion in your budget is squeezed paper thin. And then there’s transport. With household budgets stretched by inflation and soaring vehicle running costs, many UK motorists seek
Collaborative post In a world where minimalism and tidiness have become the buzzwords of the day, decluttering has taken centre stage. It’s not just about creating space and organization, but also about unearthing hidden treasures that might have been forgotten for years. One such treasure that often lurks in the depths of our homes is old silver. The idea of selling old silver for cash may not have crossed your mind, but there are compelling reasons why you should consider it.
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Collaborative post Public liability insurance is one of the most specialised and well-curated types of insurance that covers businesses and individuals for third-party claims. These claims include property damage, legal issues, bodily injury, or any other mishap during business operations. Public liability insurance is beneficial for businesses of all sizes. It can provide confidence by protecting businesses from any financial loss. However, only some small and medium business owners know the potential for public liability insurance. Many need help comprehending its role. A recent survey was conducted on around 560 freelancers and SMEs to study the
AD | Collaborative post As a travel loving family we try to get away as much as possible. However, the rising cost of living, high energy bills and the food shop costing more and more each week, family holidays might not be your priority. However, there are ways to save money and make it easier so in this post I’m sharing some top tips for saving money on family holidays in 2023.