Six Ways To Save Money As A Student

Being a student is hard enough as it is without having to worry about finances. From studying to balancing a social life, money management is often one of the last things students think about. It isn’t hard to still enjoy student life and save money while doing it. Here are six simple ways to save …

10 Ways To Save Money On A Low Income

According to the Money Charity, 12.8 million households in the UK have less than £1,500 in savings. A common saving myth is that you need to save lump sums of money to achieve your saving goals. You don’t. You can save any amount that suits you and it can still come in handy on a …

Protect Your Property With Home Insurance

When you become a homeowner, your first instinct is to make sure that your new investment is safe and protected. Home insurance is one of the essentials that should be considered to not only provide this protection, but to give you peace of mind. What is home insurance? There are two types of home insurance; …

Your Quick Guide To ISA Accounts

Many people either don’t know what an ISA account is or they believe that it’s a complex process when it comes to saving. Here is your quick guide to ISA accounts and how they can benefit you. What is an ISA account? In a nutshell, an ISA account is a savings or investment account that …

Top Tips For First-Time Buyers

Looking for your first home can be an intense experience. With so many things to think about, people often don’t know where to start and even when they do, it’s difficult to remember everything they need to know. Here are six quick tips that can help you on your way to securing your first property …

Why Millenials Should Be Thinking About Pensions And Later Life

When you think about pensions, you think about retiring somewhere nice to settle down. For millennial’s on the other hand, retirement age can sometimes seem like a lifetime away. Young adults are settling into new careers and making plans for the near future. The reality is that once we start working, we should start thinking …

What You Should Know About The UK Recession

As the government announced that the UK was in a recession after a GDP fall of 20.4% during the pandemic, the public expressed confusion and uncertainty as everyone began to wonder how the recession will impact their daily lives. This article breaks down what a recession is and how you will be affected in a …

The Process Of Cashback Credit Cards Explained

What is cashback? When you make a purchase, cashback is the process of receiving a percentage of that purchase back as a form of incentive. You can earn cashback on purchases including fuel, supermarkets and certain retail stores. This is mainly a feature of credit cards, but some current accounts have adopted the same feature. …

Where Will You Eat Out To Help Out In August?

The government has announced a scheme to boost the economy after pubs and restaurants were forced to close for months due to Covid-19. From the 3rd August-31st August participating establishments will be offering 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks, but here’s the fine print: Each customer will receive a £10 maximum discount The discount will …

What You Need To Know About Regular Saving Accounts

A regular saving account is a savings account that offers you a high interest rate in return for keeping your savings with them under a set of terms and conditions. Even though the high interest that used to be associated with saving accounts is long gone, there are still some gems out there. Here’s what …