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7 Simple Steps To Having A Financial Declutter

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It’s that time of year when you’re probably already starting to think about New Year’s resolutions. Perhaps you’ve already had a clear out of toys in preparation to Christmas Day. It’s also worth thinking about having a financial declutter too. Complex finances are the reason a lot of people don’t save as much as they […] Read more…

Why I’m Doing A No Spend Month in September

Is it just me or is September the new January? I get that back to school feeling even though I’m far from school age these days! It makes me want for a new uniform and stationery and a fresh start with new teachers. So when I was invited to take part in a no spend […] Read more…

Increase Your Savings: Pay Yourself First

This is a guest post by Sara Williams of Debt Camel, a website which covers everything about debt, from payday loans to mortgages. Sara want to share with you a key way to increase your savings; simply to pay¬†yourself first. Do you really want to save some serious money over the next year or two […] Read more…