Money Tips

Honeymoon Hacks to Stay on A Budget

September 8, 2021

It’s no surprise that weddings are expensive, but it is arguably one of the most special days of your life, so sticking to a budget can be tricky when it comes to planning your dream wedding. You then also have your honeymoon, so the question arises of where to put your budget.   Lucky for…

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With Back-to-School Costs at All-Time High, Here’s How to Avoid Over-Spending…

August 10, 2021

Back to school costs for school uniforms, stationery and other school-related equipment are at an all-time high and parents and guardians need to set even more money aside than usual or find alternative ways to get their children kitted out for the new school year.   With uniform price hikes and more equipment required such…

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UK Staycation prices are on the rise

August 4, 2021

The pandemic has impacted us all in many ways and that is especially the case for UK holidaymakers who are seeing some unexpected changes to the way they holiday. Many people have been left disappointed this year and unable to stay in their favourite caravan sites, campsites or holiday parks as holiday prices have skyrocketed…

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The best cash ISA rates have been released…

July 29, 2021

You may have recently seen the published list which highlights the best cash ISA rates available in the UK at the moment. It’s evident that many providers are upping their rates which can be beneficial for users. However, rates that are published aren’t always as they seem so it is important to review the terms…

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5 Ways to Stop Emotional Spending

July 15, 2021

Emotional spending is a fairly common issue. It can severely impact people’s finances and it has been increasing as we have come out of lockdown, because of a combination of the shops opening again and people feeling lower than they did pre-COVID. Emotional spending is when people spend money to boost their mood and feel…

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How to lower your supermarket spend

July 7, 2021

When you take a look at where you spend most of your money, there are opportunities to lower your supermarket spend. Most families will see that a lot of their money goes on shopping from the supermarket. Food, cleaning products, hygiene products and other essential items all add up to a large amount of your…

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Make a Budget Planner

July 1, 2021

Managing your finances can be difficult, especially when there are lots of household bills and outgoings to take care of. If you are struggling to manage your money, then there are a few solutions you can try, including making a budget planner. By setting up a budget planner, you will have a better idea of…

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Teaching children good money habits

June 10, 2021

When it comes to understanding how to manage finances, teaching children good money habits is so important. In fact, the earlier children develop a good understanding of using money, the better they should be able to manage money throughout their life. Many children have little experience of managing their own money until they become an…

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Saving for beginners

June 8, 2021

Whether you want to replace a washing machine, afford a holiday, or even save up for a house deposit, the first place to start is by saving. However, most people find saving quite challenging, especially if there are bills and other financial commitments to pay each month. Fortunately, there are some techniques you can try…

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Try our benefits calculator

October 13, 2020

Try our new benefits calculator. With further extensions to lock downs, including in Liverpool itself – we recognise that many of our members are facing financial hardship. The furlough scheme is changing. People in retail and the entertainment industry are suffering. And it’s likely that there’ll to be worse to come. Some of our members…

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