Over the last few years the idea of financial education for children has been becoming more and more of a reality. Initially just focusing on secondary age children it is now apparent that teaching children about how money works from an even younger age could be critically important in avoiding bankruptcy and debt problems in adulthood.
We all know that just because you love money, it doesn’t mean you have to keep it all for yourself. There are so many worthy causes available out in the world today. There is a niche and a nook for everyone who is hoping to share their hard-earned money with someone who deserves a little help.
There’s some good news on the horizon for UK consumers with the introduction of new call rates from 1st July 2015. These changes, brought in by Ofcom, should ensure a fairer deal for callers with lower rates and clearer pricing.
If you’re moving house regularly, you’ll want to stay on top of things. This sounds easy enough, but experienced movers tend to let their confidence override their attention to organising things. Moving should always be treated like you’re doing it for the first time, i.e. with a good plan and a good team. Here are a few tips for regular movers.
Hundreds of thousands of people have done it before you and hundreds of thousands will follow after you, but the truth of the matter is that buying your first home, or buying any home for that matter, will undoubtedly be one of the biggest purchases you will make in your lifetime. As such it is important that you take extreme care when considering a house for purchase, you weigh up all the options and you do your research! [Read more…]