Tag Archives: Family Budget

Spending money in a cashless world

Posted on 01. Nov, 2019 by .

How the move to electronic payments could be making it easier to spend…and what to do about it. It’s Thursday morning and almost the end of the working week. You’re walking to the train station and you realise you’ve forgotten to top up your public transport card. No matter…a few clicks later and you’ve transferred […]

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Holiday budgeting tips — How to avoid a travel debt hangover

Posted on 01. Jan, 2019 by .

We’ve all had the feeling. You step off the plane from Bangkok still buzzing, images from your holiday flitting through your mind—the Parthenon, Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower. What a trip…you’re not going to kiss the tarmac or anything but it’s good to be home! You post the final selfie to Instagram on your mobile […]

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Love and money? It’s not about control

Posted on 01. Apr, 2018 by .

First published February 2018 While talking about money is not the most romantic way to spend an evening, it’s worth putting some time aside to explore shared goals and the way you manage your money as a twosome. Our approach to managing household finances can make a big difference to the health of a relationship. […]

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A bump in the road, then a new start

Posted on 04. Apr, 2016 by .

Taking stock of how your life’s traveling at the start of a new year is a great idea but you might feel more urgency if you’ve recently come to the end of a serious, long term relationship or gone through a divorce. What’s next, you want to know. How do you rebuild your life, is […]

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The power of budgeting

Posted on 28. Sep, 2015 by .

A budget can help you work out what you’re spending money on and when Are you aware you need to change your spending habits, but not sure where to start? A budget can help you get back to basics and work out what’s going where and when. Whatever your plans, a budget can help you: […]

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New Years Resolutions: I will manage my money better

Posted on 28. Feb, 2011 by .

At the start of every year we make rash resolutions aiming to overcome the excesses of the year before. Just like dieting, we pledge to stick to a more frugal budget, cut down on spending and watch our figures!

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