As children grow up, there comes a point where you want to give them some financial independence. Are you wondering how best to allow your child the freedom to buy things themselves? How to monitor what they spend? And where they spend it? How to make sure it isn’t spent on things you don’t want […]
As with all investments capital is at risk and the value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount originally invested. Back in February, a newspaper article caught my eye: ‘Money saving tips to make your child a millionaire’. I obviously […]
I’ve written before about switching your energy provider to save money. Our current tariff ends at the end of May so I will be writing about my next switch experience too shortly. Along with signing up to cashback websites, it is probably my most spouted piece of money wisdom! If you have never switched energy […]
We love our home. It’s the only home we’ve ever owned and even though we’ve considered moving, we’ve now made the decision to stay put and turn it in to our forever home. Plans were submitted to the council last week to extend and totally redesign it – and we love them! Fingers crossed they […]
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