When you are under 30, you have a long time before thinking about retirement, and stability is the last thing on your mind. However, this is also the time when you come across a lot of “firsts” in your life, like buying your own car, planning a family, getting married and maybe, investing in your own house. While retirement planning might seem far fetched, it is never too early to start saving precious pounds. The following are 3 clever money moves and habits that would serve you well – Continue reading “3 Money Moves to Make Before Turning 30”
It can be hard to make pay packets stretch to pay for everything you need or want in a given month. Fortunately, there are a lot of approaches one can use to make sure their money goes as far as it can down to the last quid.
Having enough money for expenses like groceries and text books is one thing but saving money when you’re a student is another altogether. There’s usually the allure of travelling in summer when classes wrap up and the backpacks come out, but if you’re skint you’ll find yourself left behind in the dust. So is it possible to pay university tuition, have a ball and follow a budget at the same time? Read these tips and learn how to your bank account and summer holidays in safe hands:
With rises in energy bills figuring heavily in the media over the past few months, you may have heard about the option of switching to a fixed energy plan. You may think that fixed plans are too good to be true and not worth pursuing with your energy supplier. However, you may be able to take advantage of dramatic savings by signing up for a fixed energy plan. Continue reading “Are fixed energy plans just a lot of hot air or will they save you money?”