The festive season is here already and even though this is a joyful and festive time of year, unchecked shopping cravings and poor preparations can lead to reckless spending and a long January. This is why I am sharing tips and hacks for the festive season.
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According to the Office of National Statistics, inflation in the UK is currently at 9%. The last time it was this high was forty years ago when Margaret Thatcher was prime minister. In the past forty years, we have not had inflation this high in the UK, and the bank of England says it might get to 10% in the next few months.
Are you wondering how to buy a house even though you are presently renting? This post is for you.
Owning a home is a dream of many people. However, in the last few years, becoming a homeowner has become a pipe dream for many people, especially those born between 1979 and 1995 – the millennials and generation Z.
Do you ever wonder how to stop overspending? Do you perhaps wonder where your money goes? Do you sometimes find yourself spending so much on insignificant things within a short period?
Are you new in or moving to a new country? If yes, congratulations! That’s great news!
You have come to the right place.
We all know how these things go; Christmas comes, and we spend a lot on food, gifts, hangout, and other fun stuff, but then January comes in all its glory with its 70 days. This is because we have not had a financially-smart Christmas.
This post aims to help you put things into perspective and make wise money plans so that your January will have 31 days and not 70 days.
Today I will be sharing with you seven mistakes you have been making with your credit card which impact your credit rating and finances. They are making you miserable, but you can’t seem to figure out what you are doing wrong.
For you to build wealth and achieve financial freedom, there are some money skills you need to know, have and practice and I am going to share them with you in this post…