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Top ten ways to make summer cash quick – 2023

12th May 2023

Fancy making extra cash this summer? From babysitting to dogsitting and from fruit-picking to gardening, here are a host of great ideas for seasonal work that you can fit around your current lifestyle. Make money from your green fingers Gardening for cash is an ideal way to make some extra money. Lots of people start…

51 ways to save money in your home

8th May 2023

We could all do with cutting our household expenditure, so we’ve come up with 51 easy ways you can save money in your home. By making these tiny changes in your everyday life, you will notice a big difference. Start by having a go at just half of them and you’re bound to save a…

Financial changes for the 2023/24 tax year

20th Apr 2023

Financial changes for the 2023/24 tax year.  The new tax year is upon us, with many financial changes taking place from the beginning of this month. After the confusion and uproar post mini-budget last year – known to many as ‘Trussonomics’, the Spring Statement from new chancellor Jeremy Hunt was eagerly awaited.   With many changes…

Your Budgeting Checklist

3rd Apr 2023

Trying to get on top of your overall expenses means it’s easy to forget the little costs along the way. This budgeting checklist will help you break down your expenses into chunks, so that you can make a realistic household budget – and see where you can save. Why Budget? Household Bills Subscriptions and Memberships…

Over 50 With Wanderlust? Grab a Grown Up Gap Year With These Top Tips

22nd Mar 2023

If you are over 50, you may be yearning to travel the world and experience adventures which many in their 20’s now take for granted.  It may be that you have more time and money after a long working life, as well as a renewed inspiration for exploration and so may be looking to grab…

Introduction to Credit Unions

20th Mar 2023

Introduction to Credit Unions. Written by Sheenagh Young, CEO, South Manchester Credit Union. Around two million people in the UK are members of credit unions. Not exactly niche, but much less common than in the States where around 60% are members of these not for profit, member-owned organisations. Credit unions are for everyone, they’re a…

Financial help, freebies and benefits for mothers

12th Mar 2023

  It’s hard to know how any parent manages their budget. The benefits environment hasn’t been kind in recent years – and parents haven’t escaped the cuts – but there is still some help available, and some benefits for mothers and fathers, if you know where to look. Financial support and benefits for mothers Governmental…

All you need to know about estate planning

28th Feb 2023

Estate planning sounds like one of those things that only applies to wealthy people who own country estates. But it isn’t true. All it means is planning for what will happen to your estate when you die. Your ‘estate’ means everything you own, including money and property. Nobody likes to think about death or leaving…

Safe investments: Is it possible to invest risk-free?

24th Feb 2023

Are you looking to invest? If so, one of the most important decisions you’ll need to make is how to allocate your capital. While some investors are comfortable with taking on a chunk of risk, for risk-averse investors, safety and stability is usually more important In this article we’re taking a look at safe investments,…

All you need to know about Mortgages

14th Feb 2023

Choosing a mortgage can be really confusing. What exactly is a mortgage? What type of mortgage is the right one for you? How do I choose a provider? There are so many different types of mortgages on the market, and so many lenders or mortgage providers, that it’s hard to know where to start. In…

What to do if you can’t afford your pet any more

13th Feb 2023

What happens when you can’t afford your pet? An animal Welfare charity has said is has received 4000 calls from people wanting to give up their pet (as reported this week 13 Feb 2023). That is double what it had received last year. Shelters have reportedly been receiving more and more unwanted animals as the…

Antiques, art & sneakers: Investing in non-traditional assets

26th Jan 2023

Sneakers, antiques, artwork, wine & whiskey… there are a host of non-traditional assets that have the potential to rise in value over time. Given the high inflation we’re seeing, now could be the time to consider alternative ways to store your wealth. In this article we’re going to explain everything you need to know about…