This is one of those areas in life which perhaps epitomises what is meant when ignorance is equated to bliss, simply because you don’t really know that your life is perhaps twice or three times more expensive than it would be if you were paired up with someone, until someone points it out or until you actually give it a go with a relationship. Living solo is indeed more expensive, despite what the logic of having to think for just yourself dictates. [Read more…]
If you are hiring a car this summer, read our guide to get the best rental deal and to avoid hassle and the hard sell at hire desks. Here are some of the ways how we can save cash on your holiday rental car hire [Read more…]
Increasingly the finance sector has found itself targeted by hackers and cyber criminals; a report in 2015 from Websense highlighted that financial services businesses suffered 300% more cyber security incidents than other industries. [Read more…]
Some of us just aren’t cut out to work a nine to five office job. Some people just choose to walk to the beat of a different drummer in life, and that is absolutely okay. There are a wide variety of legal and profitable avenues to travel if you find that you are the type of person that wants to choose your own path in life. You don’t have to do the conventional thing, and take out a loan to survive. You can do this on your own. If you’re filled with drive, but aren’t sure how to apply it, then you’ve come to the right place. Here is a quick synopsis of a few unconventional methods to acquire money on your own time. [Read more…]
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.