Life isn’t always as kind as you may want it to be, unfortunately that’s just the way to world works. However, sometimes it can feel like all that bad luck is happening at the same time, and this can be incredibly stressful for us. Here’s what you need to do if you feel like life just isn’t on your side. View Post
With 2018 fast approaching, many people from first-time buyers to families are thinking about buying a property next year. And if those visions of a new home are genuine, it’s imperative that you start taking positive steps immediately. Not least on a financial standing.
Property purchases are the biggest financial commitments you’ll ever make. Therefore, it’s imperative that you build the largest possible deposit. If you are a first-time buyer, you’ll have hopefully utilised a suitable Help-To-Buy savings account. Even if this isn’t the case, it’s never too late to gain a small level of support through this scheme. View Post
When you have a family, the things you consider important will very quickly start to change. Whether you have kids or are in a long-term relationship, you will have people relying on you like never before. Your time together will make up for a lot of this. But, of course, there is a lot which has to go on behind the scenes in a home. When you’re busier than ever, it can be easy to push jobs back, and administration will often find itself at the bottom of the list. Of course, though, this part of life is too important to ignore. A lot is relying on your ability to manage your life, and, so, this post is here to help you out. View Post
Halloween is nearly over, which means it’s time to look to the next holiday. Low and behold it’s Christmas, the most expensive season of all the year. Xmas is a festive and loving period which involves eating lots and giving gifts. Sadly, nothing is free in this world, and you need cash to have a good time. It isn’t rare, then, for the Christmas blues to set in and ruin what should be a joyous occasion.
Are you bad with money? Don’t worry, most of the world is. Living from paycheck to paycheck is common for people who are in low-income or medium-income families. This usually happens as a result of bad spending habits or neglect for your budget. You could be living a lifestyle that just isn’t sustainable, or perhaps you’re drowning in debt due to past mistakes and you’re struggling to clean your history. View Post