Money

7 April 2016

Women Splash The Cash After Pay Day

Researchers took an in-depth look into the spending habits of working women and the results revealed a further 7% have splashed most of their salary within 24 hours. The study ...
1 April 2016

Overtime Calculator Reveals How Much Work You Do For Free

You go to work every day, and you get paid for the work that you do there. Or so everyone assumes. Imagine being told that you were actually giving your ...
7 March 2016

Top tips on becoming a money saving expert

Research from The Laughing Cow Extra Light has this week revealed nearly a quarter of us are turning to supermarket coupons and vouchers in an effort to save money and ...
5 March 2016

Our Kids Are Worried About Financial Stability For Their Future

A new study by VoucherCodes.co.uk into children's relationship with money has found that kids between the ages of 11 and 18 believe adults need to earn £43,000 a year to ...
30 January 2016

How To Budget For Your Growing Family

Watching your family grow is such an exciting time for a parent, but when bringing a third child into the world, there are more than emotions that need to be ...
18 December 2015

Top tips on how to save money this Christmas without cutting back

The party season is in fully swing with Christmas just round the corner. But have you already blown all of your money in the sales this year? Or perhaps you've ...
15 September 2015

100 Days To Get Financially Fit For Christmas

September 16th will mark 100 days to go until the biggest, and often most expensive, holiday of the year, now is the time to start planning your finances so that ...
5 February 2015

'Four lattes and a holiday' - I've Been Paid

The little signs that say "hooray" for payday as Asda reveals the top 20 signs you know you've been paid! What a difference a week makes as the nation swaps ...

19 March 2014

Top ten tips to help you save £1k a year

Hagglers save themselves an average of £1,347 a year from discounts on cars, holiday, mobiles, and other purchases – and now it’s time we learned their tricks of the trade. While ...
6 February 2014

Young adults are the new “Saver Generation”

A generation of millennials are upping the stakes when it comes to saving with disciplined financial behaviour. Growing up in the wake of the recession and tough economic times, new research from ...
30 October 2013

Owning Property Abroad – How Does It Affect Inheritance?

Owning property abroad has been, and is continuing to be, a popular investment option for people across the globe. However, there are many who own property in such locations and ...

23 August 2013

Brits Save On Food And Luxury With Discount Vouchers

As we continue to tighten our purse strings, cautious when buying everyday necessities and the general financial outlook still bleak, Brits are developing new shopping skills. Savoo.co.uk, a money-saving and voucher ...
20 August 2013

Pocket Money From Grandparents Stops At Age 30

The majority of Brits are feeling the pinch each month as everything seems to continue to go up in price, however, many are getting help from their grandparents receiving 'Pocket ...
19 August 2013

Money Saving Tips

It is more important than ever to manage our money wisely as the economic uncertainty is still amongst us and pressures on many families continue to grow. 'MoneyForLife,' is a financial ...
16 August 2013

Children of Debt-Laden Parents Less Likely To Borrow

New research has revealed that young adults whose parents experienced regular debt whilst they were growing up are less likely to borrow money and get into debt themselves. MyVoucherCodes.co.uk study found ...
12 August 2013

British Teens Consider Setting Up Own Business To Combat Job Worries

National Citizen Service (NCS) have revealed that almost three quarters of British teens have concerns about getting a good job with over half having considered setting up their own business ...
5 August 2013

Money worries? Here are some tips to get you back on track

Many people worry about their finances and often it is all too easy to ignore the situation in the hope that things get better. The reality is that in the ...
25 July 2013

How to Get the Most From Your Savings

The economy isn’t very good for those who want to save money at the moment. Interest rates have been consistently low ever since the recession, and sometimes you might think ...

22 July 2013

How To Stick To Your Food Budget

Dealing with a budget never seems to get any easier. With the benefits cap and inflation increasing, it’s becoming harder and harder for most of us to keep an eye ...

18 July 2013

Share to Save: Brits could save by sharing their everyday items.

New research reveals that Brits would save a staggering £145,000 over a lifetime if they just shared more. By car-pooling with colleagues, borrowing that ‘barely worn’ outfit from a friend ...
26 June 2013

Employee Benefits: Are You Worse Off Now Than In Thatcher’s Britain?

Today’s employees are more likely to fall into financial difficulty than they were 30 years ago, according to new research from Cass Business School and Income Protection provider Unum. Although the ...
5 February 2013

3 ways to keep your finances as happy as your relationship

Money is often the root cause of tension, stress and arguments between couples. Try to avoid these regular spates by working together to tackle your finances. Here we have tips from ...
27 January 2013

Finance tips for 2013

It’s as painful and as easy to put off as going for your first run or heading to the gym for the first time. But if you don’t already, make ...
21 January 2013

Surprise Pocket Money Brings January Cheer for Brits (VIDEO)

Forget the January blues - 2013 is going to be the year we celebrate life’s ‘little wins’. According to research from MoneySupermarket, three in five people in the UK say ...
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