UK Finance And Investment Related Topics

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MRS MummyPenny Finance Blog

  • newDo what makes you happy: Strategies for choosing your path….
    A post from my collaborator, friend and writer Rebecca Megson-Smith. What advice were you given as a teenager about the jobs you could do when you were older? Were you told you should do what makes you happy? Something you loved? Something you found…
    - 11 hours ago 27 May 22, 11:12am -
  • Monday Money #193 – Lots of Radio and TV!
    A low spending week, finally yes. It was a busy work week for media appearance and great week for exercise and no alcohol. I managed to spend just £230 and this even included £45 of savings into my Sprive mortgage over payment (use code MUMPENNY to…
    - 4 days ago 23 May 22, 3:18pm -
  • Going Green is Time Consuming and Expensive – or is it?
    I sit here writing this article on a very long train journey to the Isles of Scilly from Hertfordshire. The total journey time is six hours by train plus three hours by boat. I have chosen to get the train and the boat rather than drive and fly to do…
    - 7 days ago 20 May 22, 11:41am -
  • Monday Money #192 High Spending Week
    I recently spent a week on the isles of Scilly and spent a lot of time walking, thinking and talking. A discussion that stands out is with my friend Charlie who joined me for some of the holiday, we were talking about how we spend money. I shared tha…
    - 11 days ago 16 May 22, 11:47am -
  • Monday Money #191 Back from Holidays
    I’ve not posted a Monday Money article for a few weeks so this is a big catch up with TONS of money saving ideas and a catch up of a month of spending. I added up all my spending and was pleased to see that despite me being on holiday for 10 days o…
    - 18 days ago 9 May 22, 1:57pm -

Monyy Home Finance Blog

  • Budgeting – There has never been a better time to start
    In times past, keeping track of your finances and budgeting could really be a chore. Checking statements or logging into multiple bank, credit card, and store card accounts, then collating the data into a spreadsheet, or even just into a… Continu…
    - 21 days ago 6 May 22, 4:33pm -
  • How to Save Money on Your Next Computer Purchase
    Learning how to save money when purchasing anything is not a small feat. You need to find the best ways to do so without spending money on irrelevant purchases. When it comes to buying a computer, the decision to save… Continue reading →The po…
    - 60 days ago 28 Mar 22, 2:53pm -
  • What Can I Use a Commercial Mortgage For?
    Rent costs can be cripplingly high for businesses – and a commercial mortgage can be more affordable, as well as providing a tangible asset for your balance sheet. Like a residential mortgage, you can use a commercial mortgage to purchase… Cont…
    - 10 Jan 22, 2:37pm -
  • Your Personal Household Savings Plan
    Did you know that you can build a retirement nest egg faster than you could have imagined if you had a saving plan? That is right, with a simple, well-planned, and well-managed financial plan you will be able to grow… Continue reading →The pos…
    - 7 Oct 21, 4:41pm -
  • Financial Ratios And Their Function
    A financial ratio is an objective, arithmetic ratio of two chosen financial numbers taken directly from the financial statements of an enterprise. Often used in accounting, a financial ratio gauges the health of a company or other entity by comparing…
    - 30 Sep 21, 4:40pm -

Emma and 3 Saves Money Blog

  • How to Decorate a House with No Money: 16 Money-Saving Hacks
    This year more than ever we are watching our budgets but the big question is how to decorate a house with no money. Well, thankfully there are many ways that you can decorate your home with a minimum spend. In this post, I am sharing just how you can…
    - 4 days ago 24 May 22, 9:41am -
  • Beginner-Friendly Digital Games Anyone Can Play
    Contrary to some opinions, you don’t need to be an experienced video gamer to start playing games online. The digital gaming sector is accessible to anyone and everyone with a device and internet connection and, as such, there’s a vast selection…
    - 4 days ago 24 May 22, 7:33am -
  • Six Tips for Dealing with Financial Business Stress
    The most well-managed businesses can often find themselves with financial burdens, and sometimes in a state of insolvency. If you are a director of a business like this, we know how stressful that can be.  However, in the direst situations, there is…
    - 4 days ago 23 May 22, 2:32pm -
  • Clever Ways to Conserve Energy at Home
    If you are looking for ways to conserve energy at home you are not the only one! We have you covered with this awesome room by room guide to saving energy, which in turn saves you money! As we all know right now there is a big increase in energy cost…
    - 15 days ago 13 May 22, 10:05am -
  • How to Sell on Vinted: The Ultimate Guide for Success
    Everyone has been talking about Vinted in the media and on social networks which is why we have written the ultimate guide on how to sell on Vinted. If you are looking to sell some old clothes then read these helpful tips to make money today! Let’s…
    - 17 days ago 10 May 22, 2:59pm -

Pennies For The Piggy Bank

  • Asda vs Tesco: Which Supermarket is Cheapest? (and Which is the Best?)
    I’m a big fan of saving money at the supermarket. This mean’s I’m always eager to know which supermarket is the cheapest and offers the best value for money. After a recent shop at Tesco, I’ve decided to compare two of the UK’s biggest supe…
    - 19 Feb 20, 12:25pm -
  • KFC Deals & Offers: 15% Off and Free Wings with Colonel’s Club App
    KFC seems to be my fast food outlet of choice recently. My eldest son has developed a slight KFC obsession, so we usually end up going once a week (as a treat after swimming lessons). So obviously this got me wondering. How do you get a discount at K…
    - 12 Feb 20, 11:43am -
  • How Much are Superdrug Points Worth? (And is the Health & Beautycard Any Good?)
    I’m a big fan of loyalty cards as you basically get something for nothing. So, in today’s post I’m going to be taking a look at Superdrug’s offering – the Health and Beautycard. I’ll run through, how it works, how much Superdrug points ar…
    - 10 Feb 20, 2:40pm -
  • How to Get Cheap Vue Cinema Tickets
    I don’t know about you, but I’m a huge film fan. But, seeing the latest blockbuster can get expensive. So, in today’s post, I’m going to run through multiple ways you can get cheap cinema tickets at Vue Cinemas. Tickets can cost up to around…
    - 7 Feb 20, 1:32pm -
  • Where to Collect Nectar Points: There are 380+ Places – But are They all Good Deals?
    If you’ve read my blog before you’ll know I’m a big fan of using loyalty schemes to save a bit of extra cash. Now if you shop at Sainsbury’s (even just occasionally), you’ve probably got a Nectar Card. I recently wrote about the best ways t…
    - 24 Jan 20, 2:27pm -

Savvy Woman

  • new7 benefits of caring for your parents
    Our parents bring us up and take care of everything when we’re little. Therefore, having to care for them can sometimes come as a shock. It can be difficult seeing our parents, who have been strong authority figures throughout our lives, become vul…
    - 8 hours ago 27 May 22, 2:39pm -
  • newEight essential money lessons to teach your teenager
    Many of us wish we’d learned more about money in our teens, so that we could have been better equipped for moving out and taking charge of our own finances. Some schools are even taking notice of this, and are starting to offer more in the way of f…
    - 8 hours ago 27 May 22, 2:31pm -
  • newMortgages for over 50s: What you need to know
    Getting a mortgage used to be much trickier the older you got, but lenders now offer a much wider range of options to borrowers aged 50 and above. Our guide takes you through everything you need to know about applying for a mortgage if you’re over…
    - 11 hours ago 27 May 22, 11:30am -
  • newEnergy price cap to jump to £2,800
    The energy price cap, which rose by £693 to £1,971 in April, is expected to increase again to around £2,800 when it changes in October. The price cap, which was introduced by the energy regulator Ofgem in 2018, limits what a supplier can charge on…
    - 11 hours ago 27 May 22, 11:15am -
  • newAre you eligible for help with heating costs?
    Rising energy bills are proving financially crippling for many households, even before the price cap increases in April, so it’s essential to claim any support you might be eligible for. Depending on your age and circumstances, you may qualify for…
    - 12 hours ago 27 May 22, 10:04am -