The Myths And Truths About Millennials’ Relationship With Money

If you were born between 1980 and 1996, you may describe yourself as a millennial. Also known as Generation Y, this largely vague demographic has been widely accused of buying too many avocados and not saving up for their future. Put simply, a stereotyped millennial is rarely out of the headlines for how they handle[…]

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2018 Budget Explained: What it means for you and your money

The final 2018 budget has been delivered. As the UK leaves the EU, the Chancellor Philip Hammond will be preparing the country for a “new chapter”. Therefore the aim is to strengthen the economy while opposing the slowly reviving Labour opposition. A lot of promises and statements have been made. Here is what they will[…]

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10 Best Places in the UK to Watch The Fireworks on Bonfire Night

Put on your hat, gloves and grab some sparklers, it’s Bonfire night! Get ready for a mad night full of thrills and amazing fireworks. Where in the UK is the best place to spend it? Here’s our pick of the 10 best Bonfire night celebrations in the UK. Remember, remember! The fifth of November… East[…]

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20 Last Minute Cheap Halloween Costumes

Not got yourself sorted for Halloween yet? If you’re going to (or throwing) a costume party, you’ll need a fantastic outfit to make the hoards of spooky folk running around hideously jealous. You may also to need to dress up the kids for trick-or-treating. If you need to source a last minute costume, but don’t[…]

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Your Guide To The Best Halloween Movies And TV Shows On Netflix

Halloween is just around the corner, so now’s the time to start scaring yourself silly with some of the best horror movies out there. Thankfully the days of having to venture out into the cold to rent movies are over – Netflix has filled that void, allowing you to find the best movies and shows from the[…]

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How to Beat the Energy Bills This Year!

As we start the long cold journey into winter, it may be time to start thinking about cutting costs when it comes to your energy bills. Costs seem to be on the rise constantly, and your heating bill is certainly going to go up in the next few months. It’s not the most exciting thing[…]

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A Simple Guide To Reducing Everyday Expenses

With the rising costs of gas, electricity, fuel and food it’s no surprise many people in the UK are struggling to make ends meet. Regardless of whatever you’re earning, and even if you’ve got into the habit of saving, an unexpected expense can disrupt your budget. As a result of this, more and more people[…]

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This Is How Much Money You Can Save By Going Vegetarian!

There’s a lot of hype around cutting ties with our carnivorous lifestyles: whether that’s for environmental causes, ethical causes, or simply jumping on the ‘I’m vegan’ bandwagon. Either way, there is a reason why there are now over 12.5 million vegetarians and vegans in the UK. It’s simple really — going vegetarian is cheaper, and[…]

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Everything You Need To Know About Going To Oktoberfest This Year!

As you’re probably aware, Oktoberfest is the world’s largest beer festival. It’s held in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, lasts at least 2 weeks, and attracts over 6 million people each year. For many of us, it’s a lifelong dream to go – what’s stopping you? Here’s everything you’ll need to know if you decide to take[…]

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The 5 Easiest Ways to Save Money Without a Conventional Savings Account

Saving money is never easy, it essentially involves purposely hiding money rather than spending on nice things. But fortunately, we’ve found some easy and fun ways to save other than using the traditional savings account. 1. Use AI To Save With Plum Plum makes saving money simple by just doing it for you. It lives[…]

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