It’s been a while since I’ve written a five frugal things blog so I thought why not this week as I have plenty to talk about! Free tickets to the Women’s FA Cup at Wembley I married a West Ham supporter for my sins. In the 10 years that we’ve been together, I’ve sat through […]
Changes to workplace pension contributions: how do they affect me? I’ve been working hard this year producing content around retirement planning as I believe it’s something that really needs hammering home. Recent research from the Scottish Widows Women and Retirement report suggests that many women aren’t planning their pensions early enough, with a third of […]
The sun is shining, the Easter holidays are nearly upon us and I’ve got a treat for you today! I can’t believe how glorious the weather has been these last few days. We are just hoping that it stays this way when the children are off school for the holidays. Easter egg hunts are a […]
Please be aware that the value of stock market investments can go up and down over time and may be lower than your initial investment. You may want to consider advice from a qualified financial adviser before transferring a Child Trust Fund or opening a Stocks and Shares ISA. This post has been written in […]
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