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Should You Go Into Debt to Start a Business?

22nd May 2020

As the saying goes you must spend money to make money. This is definitely true when you start a business. Things like registering your business name, website hosting, and creating a space to work from all cost money. Although there are ways to minimise these costs. So, the short answer is yes, expect to go…

Are consolidation loans worth it?

17th May 2020

Struggling with debt can cause a huge amount of stress. This is especially the case if you’ve got debts owed to a few different places. How do you know which debt to pay off first, and how to keep the interest down so you don’t end up paying far more than you need to? This…

Business Ideas You Can Start from Home With (Almost) No Money

17th May 2020

Everyone at some point in their life has thought about working for themselves. Being your own boss and not having to answer to anyone else, the ultimate sign of independence. So why don’t more of us make our business ideas reality? The simple answer for many is lack of funds and the uncertainty of job…

Cheap Family Entertainment Tips

16th May 2020

With prices endlessly increasing it’s becoming more and more difficult to entertain kids on a budget. In fact, according to the Parents’ Summer Spending report (2018), summer holiday expenses have soared by 25% in the last five years, while a massive 61% of parents worry about covering the cost of their children’s entertainment. No one…

13 Simple Money-Saving Tips for Renters

11th May 2020

Renters don’t have to pay for things like broken boilers – but the costs of renting still add up really fast. From turning your thermostat down a degree to negotiating rent raises, there are tons of ways you can knock the cost of living in rented accommodation down to a more manageable level. Follow these…

Relationship Tips for Households with Strained Finances

10th Apr 2020

With the country in lockdown and the majority of industries hit hard by COVID-19, strained finances have hit many households. More than nine million people are expected to be furloughed, while others are suffering redundancies, have reduced hours, or no sign of work at all on zero-hours contracts. Compulsory isolating and the lack of social…

6 professions desperate for workers

1st Apr 2020

A huge number of people face unemployment thanks to coronavirus. But don’t panic: some industries are desperate for workers! If you’ve recently lost your job, or think your current job is at risk, consider taking a career shift and trying something new. Here are 7 professions you should consider if you’re looking for a change:…

Growing your own fruit and vegetables

20th Mar 2020

Growing your own fruit and vegetables is not only a great outdoor activity for you and your family. It also helps you avoid the genetic modification and chemical pesticides often used industrially. You’ll also reduce your carbon footprint. Many of the fruits and vegetables available for purchase in supermarkets are imported and then shipped around…

Healthy, wealthy and stealthy: Why your next month needs to be meat-free

20th Mar 2020

Have you ever thought you could go meat-free if only for a while? The number of vegans and vegetarians is on the increase as more people are becoming aware of the massive benefits this lifestyle change can bring. Unsure if you’ve got the staying power to go meat-free? See if you can join celebrities like…

Make Money Buying and Selling Second-Hand Watches

19th Mar 2020

Like a bargain? Excited by the idea of buying and selling collectable antiques? Already enjoy browsing specialist forums and scouring eBay? Then buying and selling second-hand watches could be for you. We’re going to give you a shortlist of the most important things you need to know about buying and selling second-hand watches. Then we’re…

Make money being nosey

13th Mar 2020

Wouldn’t it be amazing to make money being nosey? Well – you can. So it’s time to put your natural curiosity to use. To get you started, here’re five funky ways of topping up the piggy bank. Write to magazines Be a journalist Be a private eye Become a competitive-intelligence researcher Ask others how they…

How to overcome long-term unemployment

1st Mar 2020

Being a victim of long term unemployment can make you lose confidence in yourself. The longer your unemployment continues the harder it seems to be to break out of. As the gap on your CV between jobs widens, it can make us even more desperate to find work. If you’re stuck in a job-seeking rut,…