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How Women Can Overcome the Pension Gender Pay Gap

24th Aug 2021

Women face a pension pay gap of almost 60% compared to men. When it comes to pensions, this pay gap can mean the difference of hundreds of thousands of pounds for retirement*. Why is there a pension gap between genders? A small improvement – and then COVID-19 Ways to close the gap Make sure your…

Industries in desperate need of workers

10th Aug 2021

Between Brexit and the pandemic, certain industries have lost hundreds of workers. Whether people left the UK as a result of the decision to leave the EU or they are having to isolate, there is a serious staff shortage in certain sectors. In May 2021, job vacancies reached their highest level since before the pandemic….

Earn 10% for LIFE with Swagbucks!

14th Jul 2021

Swagbucks is a popular and established website that gives you the chance to get free gift cards and cash. It’s a completely free service which rewards its members for doing certain things on the internet, including giving you the opportunity to make money with online surveys. These are things you’re likely already doing on a…

The big buy-to-let property hotspots in Britain

13th Jul 2021

A buy-to-let property offers an attractive way to grow your wealth. But where is the best place to buy one? If you want to make money as a landlord, think outside London. Cities such as Manchester, Newcastle, Liverpool, and Birmingham all offer great potential returns for buy-to-let properties. The regeneration projects in these areas, plus…

Get paid to make picnics

28th Jun 2021

Picnics have always been a firm favourite. There’s nothing like enjoying the Great British Summertime surrounded by your friends, soaking up the rays, munching on strawberries and cheese sandwiches. This year, with people being encouraged to meet others outside, picnics have become a popular and pandemic-proof way to catch up with loved ones. Out of…

DIY investing vs using a Financial Advisor: Which is better?

1st Jun 2021

Should you try DIY investing or use a financial advisor? Knowing whether to try DIY investing or use a financial advisor can be a crucial barrier to even beginning to look at doing something with your money. And with the rise of people dipping their toe in the investment waters during the pandemic there is…

What is the best platform for investing in cryptocurrency?

1st Jun 2021

You want to invest in cryptocurrencies but you’re wondering how to do it, and which platform to use. There are a lot of scam platforms around – usually promoted heavily on social media – and if you use one of those you could lose all of your money. However, there are some well-established, secure ones…

Revamp your Wardrobe for Under a Tenner!

14th May 2021

As lockdown looks set to be eased, many of us are turning our minds to what we might wear when we’re allowed out again. The temptation  to buy lots of new clothes might be strong, but you can look good without breaking the bank. With that in mind, we’ve put together some fantastic ways for…

What Do Big Life Events REALLY Cost?

11th May 2021

We all know big life events can wipe out our savings – but if you know what they’ll actually cost, it’s much easier to create a plan to save up for them instead. Rather than being taken aback at each life stage, here’s how to be prepared! University First Rented Home First Home (Owner) Owning…

Give Yourself a Quick Mid-Life MOT

11th May 2021

Are you 45-60 years-old? Do you work, or would you like to be working? Are you sitting on a nice pile of savings that will see you through your golden years and give you happy holidays two or three times a year? Or are you worried that you might not have enough to retire at…

What is ethical investing?

26th Apr 2021

In the last couple of years, the buzz around the opportunities created by ‘ethical investing’ has only increased. As more consumers become more socially aware of the impact that companies have on our society, planet and our wider infrastructure, ethical investing has become a path to invest in companies creating products and services that are…

How to Plan a Budget Wedding (And Tips to Save for It)

19th Apr 2021

Weddings are notoriously costly occasions, but they really don’t have to be. According to Hitched, the average wedding in 2019 cost a whopping £31,974, more than the average annual salary of that year. The fact that people take out loans and other lines of credit just to pay for their dream wedding means many couples…