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  • Five Frugal Things I’ve Done This Week – 16th March 2018

    I’m loving the Spring sunshine today – it’s lifted my mood no end. I hope you all manage to enjoy the sunshine today before we get another cold blast… Here’s my round up on my 5 frugal things I’ve done this week: Easter holidays are nearly upon us – that half term has flown by… […]

  • Love Don’t Cost A Thing: Coupling Up and Saving Cash

    Coupled up? Then you may like to know that affairs of the heart don’t just make you wealthier in terms of love, but they can also do wonders for your bank balance. A recent study found that cohabiting partners are on average £102 per month better off than singletons, adding up to an extra £1,224 […]

  • Ways To Turn Your Family’s Financial Situation Around

    Change your financial situation

    Whether you’re solely responsible for the finances in your household or you’re helped by your partner, it can be hard to both cover your costs in the present whilst ensuring that you are building wealth and security for the future. Budgeting is a great tool to enable you to know what you have over and […]

  • Childcare Vouchers Scheme Is Closing : What Should You Do

    Nursery child building blocks

      When I decided to return to work, one of the biggest shocks was the cost of childcare. We have luckily benefited from Childcare Vouchers to help pay our nursery fees. Every bit of help working families get towards these often-substantial bills is welcomed. We are fortunate that we are signed up and will continue […]