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.
AD | Collaborative post More people than ever are choosing to finance their next car purchase. The cost-of-living crisis has affected many people’s financial situation and used car prices are higher than they were pre-covid, this means that not many people can afford to buy a car with cash anymore. It can be hard to find the money to finance a car too but for many drivers their car is a lifeline to their livelihood. The blog below has been designed to explore how car finance works and if it could be suited to your
AD | Collaborative post Whether you’re in business, looking at career options, or just want to get a better grip on your personal finances, understanding how accounts work can help. A good set of accounts is much more than columns of numbers. It shows you where money’s coming from or going and contains lots of information for good financial decision-making – for savers and spenders alike. The Reasoning Behind Accounting Householders often don’t get how keeping accounts can help, but they’re not alone. Plenty of small business owners don’t take full advantage of everything their
AD | Collaborative post Being a mother is a rewarding experience, but it can also be incredibly difficult and expensive. This is especially true if you’re a mom of two or more children and are barely earning enough to meet your own needs. Fortunately, there are ways to cut costs and save money as a mom. Whether you’re raising an infant, a toddler, or a young adolescent, here are nine tips for moms raising kids in every stage of life. 1. Buy in bulk When you have the opportunity to buy non-perishable items in bulk,
Our finances can be a big topic of conversation. Whether it is couples looking to save for their first home or a wedding. Maybe it is a family looking to upgrade their homes or book a big holiday. There are always reasons for increasing your savings, but the hard thing is actually saving money.
Decluttering your home is one of the things that many of us would like to do. We can all be guilty of hoarding things and because of this, our homes can get a little overwhelming. When you want to declutter, you can often find that the task itself is difficult to start.
No-spend years, months, and weeks are really popular. They can be the perfect way to reset your financial habits and help you to save money. Many people like the idea of a no-spend or no buy period of time however, actually doing one can be a completely different story. After all, it can be a lot harder than you originally believed it to be. With prices rising in 2022 it might be something to think about, especially as the general cost of living is always increasing.
January. A time to reminisce on the festive period, a chance to reevaluate our life choices and make new plans and goals, and a time for shopping. That’s right, the January sales are in full force, and they can be a great way to grab some bargains with any festive cash you have to spend, or simply to top up your wardrobe and essentials for the year ahead.