Family budgeting

Family budgeting

Practical tips on budgeting, cutting costs in the home and managing your finances

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Top 10 financial resolutions for 2012

January’s long dark nights make this month the perfect time to sort out your finances, and there’s never been a better time to make...
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Christmas Savings: Get Help Saving for Christmas 2016

Do you feel like you can't afford Christmas this year? If your Christmas savings are in crisis, we can help you get cash sorted for...
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Budgeting for Christmas

It’s that time of year when Christmas is on the horizon and everyone is starting to think about presents, holiday plans and arranging to...
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The best ways to get out of debt

If you’re deeply in debt, the future may seem very bleak. However, facing your financial situation and getting the right help needn’t be a...
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Martin Lewis Explains How to Claim up to £2000 Towards Childcare Costs in New...

Parents take note! There’s a new kid on the block that could mean up to £2,000 to help towards childcare costs. The Tax Free...
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Five steps to an affordable social life

If you’re a parent on a budget, you may feel your social life is a luxury of the past.  But with a little creative...
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Debt Problems? Get Debt-Free In 10 Simple Steps

As bills and credit card statements keep piling up on doormats, many people panic about running up debt problems. Follow our simple 10 step...
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How To Create a Family Budget in Under 30 Minutes

Making a budget doesn't have to be hard work. Discover how to create a family budget in less time than it takes to watch...
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Money management apps for kids

How much do your kids know about money? New research has shown that over 40% of 14-25 year olds don’t know the difference between...
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Budget 2012: Case studies – meet the winners and losers

Let’s face it, trying to absorb the Chancellor’s full hour-long speech, working out what it will mean specifically to us and our families is...
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