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10 ways to make extra money

18th Mar 2022

With the cost of living rising, we want to share with you 10 ways to make extra money. From house-sitting to making and selling NFTs, this article will cover it all. So keep reading for 10 ways to make extra money. House sitting Buy to Sell Cash in your gadgets Hampers Make Money Busking Make…

Save an extra £3,000 a year with Chip + Get a Free £10

11th Mar 2022

We all aim to get better at saving. Fact. In truth though, it can alienate many people, and knowing who to bank with, how to pay in, what to pay in, it all becomes a little bit confusing. At MoneyMagpie we try to keep our readers up to date with all the best new ways…

The groups working hard to fight food waste

6th Mar 2022

It’s zero waste week! In February, we launched a campaign with our founder and personal finance expert Jasmine Birtles to legalise Freeganism in the UK. You can sign our petition and help fight food waste here. Freeganism is defined as: “An alternative philosophy for living, based on minimum participation in capitalism and conventional economic practices,…

SORTEDfood’s Smart Tips for Saving Money in the Kitchen

25th Feb 2022

Ahead of our Instagram live, we asked SORTEDfood to share their smart tips for saving money in the kitchen. To view the live tune into @jasminebirtles on Instagram on Friday 25th February at 12:30 pm. Don’t worry if you can’t make it as it’ll be added to our YouTube channel after the broadcast. SORTEDfood is…

Should I set up a Junior ISA for my child?

16th Feb 2022

Should I set up a Junior ISA (JISA) for my child? The answer is probably yes. These long-term savings accounts mean you can put together some tax-free cash for your child. Whether it be for university fees, travelling or a down payment on a house – you’ll be setting them up well. They are also…

Junior ISAs

1st Feb 2022

The Junior ISA is a great way to make your child rich. Find out the rules here and how you can use them to build up a great pot of cash for your little one.

What Is an IFISA and How Does It Beat a Cash ISA?

1st Feb 2022

Innovative Finance ISAs (IFISA) quietly hit the market a few years ago – but what are they, and could they beat the returns you get in your cash ISA? From the basic concept to the potential returns, here’s everything you need to know about investing in an IFISA. What is an IFISA? Is your money…

How to make money pallet flipping

21st Jan 2022

People are constantly looking for side hustles that can give them another income stream and making money from pallet flipping is a good place to start. Pallet Flipping is a side hustle that you can do with relatively low monetary and time investment. You can start with lower cost smaller pallets and move to larger…

The green tax and what it means for you

19th Jan 2022

Environmental tax, often referred to as Green tax, is a hot topic within the UK currently. With energy prices already increasing and the strain on the general public’s purse strings ever growing, money is tighter than ever. In fact, it is estimated a whopping 18 million brits worry about money at least once a day….

How to eat more sustainably this year

10th Jan 2022

Eating more sustainable food is often chosen as a new year’s resolution by many people. In the age of climate change, the flexitarian diet and knowledge on the impact of farming, it’s clear to see why. That’s why we’ve put together some information on sustainable food and shared our top tips on how to eat…

Investing in gold and other money metals

24th Dec 2021

Ever considered investing in gold or the money metals? In this episode of the How To Be A Money Magpie podcast, founder Jasmine Birtles is joined by Karina Hicks from The Royal Mint to look at easy and safe ways to invest in gold and the other money metals. Listen to the podcast below, or…

Seeing Green: Making your money sustainable

22nd Dec 2021

Have you ever considered how green your money is? Have you investigated your pension investments or bank account to see how environmentally friendly they are? You may not have even considered it before now. The way we spend and invest our money can have environmental impacts. We all try to do our bit for the…