Tick, tock, tick, tock. The clock is ticking on the deadline for submission of self-assessment tax returns and payment of any balance owed; it’s 31 January which is this Thursday. If you are staring at a mountain of paperwork and hoping for a miracle, you may be in need of some self-assessment tips. I thought […]
Today I have a guest post on the debt snowball method for eliminating debt from Vicky Eves who blogs at I beat debt. Vicky found herself in debt after a family bereavement but hid her head in the sand for a long time. This didn’t make the problem go away; it only made it get worse. […]
Did you know that more than 4 million people returned an unwanted Christmas gift last year? According to research just released by GoCompare Money, an estimated £143m worth of unwanted Christmas presents will be returned this year. However, only around two thirds of people will be successful in returning items. After reading this, I wanted […]
Multi-award winning personal finance blogger. That’s my new title. Whaaaaaat? At the UK Money Blogger’s Annual Awards in London last weekend, I won two awards; Best Personal Finance blog and Best Family & Money blog. To say I was shocked is an understatement! Being shortlisted in the final 6 was an achievement in itself and […]
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