Another friend of mine, the lovely Justin Urquhart Stewart, is director of 7 Investment Managment and a regular stock market commentator on TV and radio (he’s the one with the snazzy red braces). He has a sharp brain and a wicked sense of humour which is why I asked him to blog for us. This is finance that’s fun.
Hilaire Gomer has been a financial journalist all of her working life, so there isn’t a money issue she hasn’t thought about. She is now in her 50s and hopes to offer 50+ readers lots of useful financial and lifestyle hints and analysis. Her favourite pensioner is her compos mentis aunt Alicia in her 96th year and counting.
Joe Levi, a graduate in International Business, Finance and Economics, launched the website Student Money Saver in response to the hardship faced by many students, including the imminent rise in tuition fees. He’ll be keeping us up to date with all the latest financial issues from a student’s perspective.
Kamal Khurana thinks crafty living can be fun, easy and cheap. That’s why she is bringing you weekly ideas to help you brighten up your home, head and workspace for less. Why buy it when you can create your own for half the price? Why throw it away when it might be useful for ten other things? Take a look at these creative crafts and clever hacks that will get you saving money and possibly making some cash too.
Razwana Wahid is a writer at YourWorkisYourLife.com – a web-based copy-writing business for service providers who want to turn dull, corporate text into personality-filled language that speaks to your customer’s needs, and sells. Learn more at and follower her on Twitter.
Ron Stern is editor-in-chief of JustSayGo.com, an online, travel-oriented e-zine. He’s also the travel columnist for the San Diego Community Newspaper Group, and Fifty Plus Marketplace News. He has travelled extensively and is the author of five other books. When he isn’t running the travel sites www.globalgumshoe.com and www.ronsterntravel.com he’ll be bringing his travel tips, videos and stories to Moneymagpie each week.
Wondering what to do and where to go tonight? We’re always looking around for bargain entertainment and we want to tell people about it when we find something good. So here are reviews from all the Moneymagpies of deals on theatre, film, meals out, video games and more.
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