March 3, 2015

How to Find Voucher and Bonus Codes

  Looking for a great deal? The internet is the first place you should turn to for savings–in fact, if you’re paying full retail price, you’re doing it wrong. Here’s how you can get started on your quest towards the perfect price, whether you have a specific product in mind or just love shopping in general. […]

Time to get the family finances in order

Paper family and stacks of coins

    At this time of year thoughts are turning to Christmas. Presents, food, trees, it’s an expensive time of year. But rather than waiting to put family finances in order in January, why not do it now?  There are lots of simple ways to save that can help take the sting out of what […]

Kicking Off Big Energy Saving Week with British Gas and Netmums


    The change of seasons is well and truly upon us and I for one am not amused. I am not a winter person. Or an autumn person either. In fact, I am most definitely solar powered and if I had my way, I would hibernate through the coldest months of the year. As […]

How to Make Big Energy Savings

energy-saving pigs

    If you’re struggling to pay your energy bills, fear not, as there’s plenty that can be done to reduce your carbon footprint and lower your outgoings. Simple changes can make a big difference and with the leading the Big Energy Saving Week from 20-24th October 2014, now’s the perfect time to think […]

How you can earn cashback while doing your Christmas shopping


    This Christmas, make sure you get the value you deserve on all your festive essentials by shopping with Quidco – the smart, free and easy way to earn cashback every time you shop. What’s cashback? Every time you shop at any of our 4,000 retailers we receive a commission for generating a sale. As […]

Saving for Retirement: Is Peer-to-Peer Lending the Future?

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      As pensions continue to be squeezed and interest rates remain at record lows, an increasing number of people are turning to peer-to-peer lending as a way of bolstering their retirement nest-eggs. The UK government seems to be paving the way for savers to utilise this relatively new form of investment more than […]

Credit Offers: Too good to be true?


    Two million people in the UK use payday loan companies as a quick and easy option for obtaining credit. These companies’ advertisements make it look so convenient, and if you have a low credit rating and can’t get a loan or overdraft from a bank, this might seem like an ideal option. It […]

Get the Entire Family Online with Inexpensive Broadband Packages


          In today’s ‘always connected to the internet’ world, a larger family will mean more devices eating into a broadband limit. However, the inexpensive unlimited packages now available on the market mean you don’t have to pay a fortune to get the entire family online.   Internet devices in your home […]

Getting Insured: Where is the Best Place in the UK to Get Insured?


    Car insurance is a must for every car owner. Having some form of insurance from certain risks including accidents and theft enables the owner to safeguard their investment on their cars. However, car insurance premiums can be quite expensive depending on a lot of factors—the size and make of the car, the number […]

Saving For A Deposit On A New Home? It Doesn’t Have To Be Hard

shape home sign in a glass jar on wooden table

    Sometimes a family will outgrow the home in which they live. It is not an unusual situation in which to find yourself because most people have to climb the housing ladder slowly. When it is time to step up to the next rung, you might wonder how to fund the move. Maybe you […]

Smart investment for a secure family future

Paper chain family

      Managing investments as a private, untrained individual can often feel daunting; when you have the wellbeing of your family to consider, it’s all the more so. As so often, though, things aren’t really as complicated as they may seem. Patience, steady judgement and a basic understanding of the options can make you […]

The quest for self-sufficiency, freedom and financial independence: The 3 reasons why we’ve always bitten off more than we thought we could chew

climbing a mountain

    It was only a few weeks ago when the figurative mountain seemed impossibly high to climb. ‘I can’t do this any more!’ was all I could say to Mike as we had one of our rare but vocal arguments. The house was a tip with rooms being ripped out and redecorated, with boxes […]

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