Payments by debit cards surpass cash transactions in the UK. Debit cards are the preferred payment option by consumers because of ease and payment spontaneity. Spontaneous transactions with no security pins required drive the UK’s contactless technological platform.
Living a frugal lifestyle can sound like a lot of work to those considering it, and having to give up some of the things you enjoy in order to save money isn’t a pleasant idea. However, once you start to do your research, you’ll find that there are many different ways to enjoy some down-time for little or no money, especially online! Read more
According to energy market regulator Ofgem, as of April 2018, the average British household spends £94.83 per month on their gas and electricity tariffs, or £1,138 a year. We’re spending around 4% of our household incomes on energy, a figure that rises to 8% for low-income households. Energy prices have been rising over the last three years and will likely continue to rise, as resources become scarcer and new regulation and taxes are placed on greenhouse gas emissions. Read more
I don’t know about you, but I just can’t believe that it is Fall already! Time really flies when you are having fun during the summer. But since Fall has hit, and we are now in the month of October, you can guess what has been on the kids’ brains, right? Halloween!
Nobody is immune in accidents, and as an electrician, your risks are particularly higher than an everyday person. There are plenty of areas of concern that you’ll need to be thinking about, and it’s so important you invest in insurance to make sure you’re covered in the worst-case scenario. Read more
As our two oldest boys are 13 now, it seems like a great time to really help them figure out the world of money. Since we have 5 children, at all different ages, teaching them about money can get tricky because they are all at different stages. That being said, we are working diligently to teach our kids about the value of a dollar. Read on if you want to hear more about our most recent adventure with kids and phones! Read more
After leaping over financial hurdles throughout your adult life, you finally reach retirement. But retirement isn’t always the finish line. In fact, it can be a whole new race with its own set of obstacles.
With concern for our planet growing, and energy bills increasing, more and more of us are aiming to cut back on electricity, or even to live completely off the grid.
It sucks to not know how you’re going to be able to afford to go to college, especially when you’ve put in the hard work, you got the grades and yet there’s this dark cloud hanging over you.