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How to reduce your grocery bill as prices soar 

In May this year, supermarket inflation reached its highest rate in 13 years, a surge that added a heavy £380 to the average annual food bill. This can especially affect families and those hoping to boost their credit score and save money. Keeping the food bill to a minimum requires getting savvier at grocery shopping. […] Read more…

What Personal Qualities Do Successful Foster Parents Have?

If you are a kind-hearted, giving person who would love nothing more than to really make a difference in the life of somebody else, then becoming a foster parent may be something that you have given some thought to. Fostering a child who has not had the best start in life or has been through […] Read more…

Quick And Easy Ways To Put A Little Extra Cash In Your Pocket

Times are tight and families across the UK are feeling the pinch of inflation. Finding the money you need to make the ends meet is getting more difficult. Here are some quick and easy ways to earn some extra cash or make some savings that will put money back in your pocket. Switch And Save […] Read more…

Stamp duty continues to soar – but for how much longer?

HMRC has released its monthly bulletin on tax receipts and national insurance HMRC tax receipts and National Insurance contributions for the UK (Monthly Bulletin) – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) Helen Morrissey, senior pensions and retirement analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown: “High employment, a strong housing market and burgeoning holiday demand means HMRC’s tax take keeps on rising. Well […] Read more…