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.
When you’re struggling on a low income, or perhaps trying to get by on benefits alone, the regular round of bills landing on the mat can feel overwhelming. Money management is not always easy, and not everyone has ability to keep tight tabs on their finances all the time. This can easily lead to debt.
Certain benefits come with strings attached. There may be particular things that you have to do in order to remain eligible to receive them, such as attending interviews, or applying for jobs. And if you fail to meet these obligations then the government has the right to temporarily stop or reduce the amount of benefit
Do you know about all of the benefits you could be entitled to if you are on a low income? Despite the ‘Universal Credit’ system giving the impression that all benefits are rolled into one this is not the case. It replaces only Income-Based Job Seeker’s Allowance and Income Related Employment and Support Allowances, Income
Many people who work and are on a low income don’t realise that they still may be eligible to claim tax credits. Whether you are employed or self-employed you could still be eligible. The benefits depend on factors such as your circumstances, earnings and other monies coming into the household along with how many hours
Child maintenance can be a tricky issue to confront when you split up with a partner. But whatever the situation, both parents are legally responsible for the financial upbringing of their children, until they are at least 16 years old. Whether you’re going through a break up and don’t know where to start with child