Collaborative post There’s no doubt that the current cost-of-living crisis has highlighted a short and medium-term savings crisis in the UK, with 15% of Brits currently having absolutely no financial safety net at all. What’s more, just one-in-three Brits have more than £1,500 committed to savings, so it’s fair to surmise that most households aren’t in a position to currently put significant sums of cash away for their childrens’ future. However, there are other steps that you can take to contribute to your child’s financial future and security. Here’s a few to keep in mind:
Collaborative post A fast-moving property market can be a good thing. While sellers mostly benefit from this arrangement, buyers can reap the rewards if they’re fast enough to. Of course, property markets have gone into overdrive across the UK in recent times. However, Bristol is often a focal point for building interest. Indeed, this area appeals to buyers and sellers alike, and everyone dabbling in these property markets can feel energised and hopeful. But why does Bristol have such a fast-moving property market? What’s behind the excitement and activity? We ponder these enquiries further down
Collaborative post As the cost of living continues to increase, millions of families are facing rising expenses and higher bills. If a pay rise isn’t on the cards, you might be wondering how you’ll maintain your standard of living without getting into a substantial amount of debt, but there are ways to reduce your outgoings. To start planning your financial overhaul, take a look at these six ways to cut the cost of raising a family in 2022: 1. Plan Days Out in Advance Last-minute adventures and impromptu days out can be a fun way
Starting a family is a big deal and there can be a lot more to think about than you might realise. Sometimes it happens so fast that maybe you haven’t had time to prepare or to put certain things in place. With that in mind, I wanted to share 5 things you might want to think about before starting a family.
AD | Collaborative post The term ‘family car’ is a pretty broad one, potentially covering many different types of car, ranging from hatchbacks to people carriers (MPVs). Nonetheless, most of us probably instinctively know what is meant by the term ‘family car’. Or at least, we have a decent sense that a family car tends to be more about practicality and reliability, than outward style or performance. Does that mean a family car has to be a mere ‘dull and worthy’, rather than exciting purchase? No, not really. But if you’re being responsible in your
AD | Collaborative post Demand for properties has soared since the first COVID-19 induced lockdown ended in May 2020, pushing prices sky-high and edging out first-time buyers. It’s also become increasingly hard for property investors to bag a bargain they can make money from.
AD | Collaborative post The past couple of years have been hard for a lot of people. The pandemic changed everyone’s lives and we’ve had to change the way we do certain things, including managing our money and outgoings. This year, energy prices are set to increase and this could mean struggles with finances. Here are 5 ways to save money on your essential household bills.
2022 has been called ‘Year of the Squeeze’, with people trying to cut back on their outgoings and maybe adding more to their savings. As a family this can be quite difficult as there always seems to be a lot to spend money on. Here are 10 ways you can cut down on your family’s outgoings this year.