The combination of the coronavirus pandemic, ongoing climate crisis, and most recently, the renewed Russian aggression against Ukraine, have resulted in a significant financial impact on our daily lives.
In this post, I explore the five main ways that my relationship with money has changed since I have left University.
More than ever, individuals are using their savings, and borrowing more to sustain their levels of spending. This is leading to increasing debt-to-income ratios. You need to make sure you don’t fall into this trap, and you must pay your debts immediately!
It is incredibly difficult for anyone to go through life without their Credit Score having a basis for a decision that affects them, so I decided to write this post on how to perfect your Credit Score, and why it is so important.
Given that investing is becoming more accessible, we discuss whether it is feasible to invest with a small amount of money.
FIRE is a movement where people set a goal of reducing expenses, and saving as much of their salary as possible to achieve ‘Financial Independence’.
The purpose of this blog post is to explore some of the many ways you can look to generate some additional income that you can use to build an emergency fund, invest into the stock market, fund any life experiences such as travelling, and to provide some additional security against the loss of any primary income source.
The ISA deadline is fast approaching, and gives investors until midnight on the 5th April 2021, the opportunity to save the maximum amount allowed for the 2020 to 2021 tax year.
We demonstrate how money can work for you if it is invested properly in assets. We aim to help you become more financially aware, and protect your future.
With this article, we will be going through the top ten common places which you can look to, in order to reduce your spending each month!