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Money Saving Hacks for Freelancers

11th Jun 2020

Freelancers often operate on a shoestring budget – especially when they’re first starting out. It doesn’t matter if you’ve just started your new freelance career, or you’re already years into it: there are always new ways for you to save money. From remembering what you can write off on your taxes to using free trials…

Revamp your furniture on a budget

7th Jun 2020

Want to revamp your furniture on a budget? Feel like it’s time to jazz up your living space without spending a fortune? We get it – we’ve got the lockdown DIY bug too.  Don’t worry if you haven’t got hundreds of pounds lying around to spend on swanky new interiors, though. There are lots of…

People are Desperate to Hire These Trades

6th Jun 2020

Seemingly vast numbers of people have used part of their extra time in self-isolation to catch up on house maintenance, renovation projects and home decorating. DIY projects are great to start but there always comes a point where your minimal skills no longer suffice and you need some skilled workers from various trades to jump…

What should I do with my foreign currency?

6th Jun 2020

If you had a holiday booked just before the coronavirus lockdown started, you might have more to think about than airline refunds and trying to claw back the cash you’d spent on hotels. You might have foreign currency burning a hole in your pocket now, too – especially if you were about to head off…

Make money with a private dining business

5th Jun 2020

Private home events and small weddings could soon be back on the agenda – and that means you could make money with a private dining business! Food is a huge part of our celebrations, large and small, and private dining is set to soar as the ‘new normal’ kicks in. Rather than heading out to…

8 Ways to Teach Your Children About Money

4th Jun 2020

Trying to teach your children about the world of money can seem like a daunting task but it is a crucial one. A study from Cambridge University said that most adult money habits are formed by the age of 7! It shows the power parents have to shape money habits of their children, which will…

How to make money as an event planner

31st May 2020

Ever considered making money as an event planner? Are you organised, high-energy, imaginative and calm under pressure? Enjoy seeing a vision come together, and knowing that you were integral in making it happen? If the answer to all of the above is yes, it sounds like you’ve got skills that could be well-suited to a…

Where and how to advertise your online business

27th May 2020

With traditional high street shops closed (at least for now) and everyone doing their non-essential shopping online, there’s never been a better time to set up an online business. Even when shops reopen, many people will stick to online buying for a long time to come. If you want to make the most of this…

Old-School Cleaning Tips That’ll Save You Hundreds Each Year

23rd May 2020

Catching up on long forgotten cleaning and household chores has become a popular activity for people finding themselves with more time on their hands during lockdown. However, stocking up on new cleaning supplies can end up costing you a small fortune and no one wants to have to spend lots of their hard-earned cash on…

What is negative interest?

23rd May 2020

You’ve heard of interest rates – it’s the amount you pay the bank to borrow money from them. Or, as a saver, it’s how much the bank pays you to ‘borrow’ your money. But what about negative interest rates? Many of us won’t have heard of negative interest – and for good reason. It’s a…

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…