Blog posts

  • Big Financial Issues Couples May Need to Confront

    This is a collaborative post. Money can spark huge issues in relationships. In fact, financial problems are a leading cause of arguments, breakups, and divorces. Finances are a contentious issue, especially when two people have fundamentally different ways of viewing and managing money. When a couple starts to make things more serious or decides to […]

  • Should You Consider Moving to a Retirement Village?

    Many of us spend our entire lives planning ahead and saving for retirement. After all, the last thing we want to worry about is our financial situation when we reach our golden years. However, there’s a lot more to retirement than just money. What about support? How will you get help when you need it? […]

  • Hit The Goldmine With These Business Ideas

    This is a collaborative post.  It’s true to say that the coronavirus pandemic is taking the whole world for a ride and that includes the economy. How can we predict the economic outlook for 2020? While there are those hopeful that things will rebound, it’s not looking good for a V shaped recovery. It seems […]

  • What To Do When Your Credit Score Isn’t As High As You’d Like

    This is a collaborative post. A low credit score can give you less control with your money. Landlords, lenders, insurers and even phone contractors may reject you if your credit score is low. Nowadays, you can use credit report apps to find out your credit score. While these apps can be useful, they don’t tell […]

  • The Quirkier Side Of Making Money

    This is a collaborative post. When we talk about ‘investing’, it may bring to mind ISAs, high-interest savings accounts or speculating in stocks and shares. However, there are some quirkier ways to invest your cash. This doesn’t mean taking ridiculous risks and purchasing bitcoin or another virtual currency. You can still spread your risk across […]

  • Why It’s Better To Renovate Than Relocate

      This is a collaborative post. Relocating is typically part of the deal when you’re on the property ladder. For starters, most first-time buyers only have enough money for a beginner property, and you don’t want to live there forever. Then, your family expands and forces you to invest in real estate with more floor […]