Family budgeting

Family budgeting

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

Martin Lewis Childcare Costs

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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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...
spring clean your finances

How To Spring Clean Your Finances

Spring is the perfect time to freshen up your business' finances. Here’s how to make a little go a long way, and put your...
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Have your dream Christmas (on a budget)

The light switch-on ceremonies have begun, the supermarkets and shops are decked out like winter wonderlands, and the tear jerking adverts are coming thick...
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5 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Actually Keep

It’s that time of year again. Every January we resolve to finally get fit, lose weight, and eat more healthily – but how many...
My Money Week

It’s My Money Week!

This week is the fifth annual My Money Week, which is all about teaching kids about how to be savvy with their money. MyFamilyClub...
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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...
childcare tax break

Working parents to get up to £2,000 for childcare

Working parents will now get 20% of their annual childcare costs – up to £2,000 per child – paid for by the government in...
am I entitled to maternity pay

Am I entitled to maternity pay?

Are you entitled to maternity pay? Find out what your rights  and benefits are - whether you're in work, have a part-time job, work...
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How to baby-proof your budget

The months before your baby is born are exciting, wonderful... and expensive. The average parents-to-be spend £2,000 before the baby even arrives. Add in all...
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