You may want to stick to a strict household budget for a variety of things, whether its to save up for a holiday, work your way out of debt or just to boost your savings. Sticking to a stick budget is hard when we live in a materialistic world and credit is so readily available.
Struggling with debt is never easy. As it plays on your mind and you get more and more worried about the situation staying happy can become a real challenge. If you have financial troubles then looking after your emotional wellbeing is important. Debt has been linked to anxiety and depression and so it’s essential that
Christmas may well only come ‘But Once a Year’, but the hole it can burn in your finances may remain open long after the tinsel has been packed away. The best way to save money at Christmas is not to spend any, but that’s nigh-on impossible and wouldn’t make the season very jolly at all.
What could be safer than something you don’t touch, right? Hmm, well in the pre-digital era that may have held true, but with the emergence of contactless payments how much do you really know about who is ‘touching’ which bits of your financial data when you wave your card at that little machine? With contactless
The average UK wedding now costs a staggering £21,000 so it’s hardly surprising that most couples choosing to marry need some time to save up before the big day. Set a budget Yes, we know this seems incredibly dull but it’s important that you know how much cash you’re going to have to spend. The
Debt doesn’t just hit your bank balance and credit rating, it can have a huge impact on your emotional wellbeing too. From stress and anxiety over how you’re going to pay all you owe, to the feelings of failure or shame that many people experience when they’ve been heavily in debt, it can take some