This blog is a resource we've created to help you manage your money and try to make it go a little further.

It's packed full of helpful hints and tips, from information on how to increase your income to delicious recipes that won't break the bank - you'll find it all here.

Money management doesn't have to be boring - it's time to get excited about all things to do with personal finance!

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What does it mean to declare bankruptcy?

Wed 04 July 2018

Declaring bankruptcy is a way of declaring yourself as insolvent and is a method used when someone cannot repay any of their debts or meet repayments. It costs £680 to apply for bankruptcy and it is a big step with serious implications. It could remove some of the pressure of being chased for money and at the end of your bankruptcy, your debts could be written off, however you should consider the negative consequences of bankruptcy before going down this route. read more

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How to save for your summer holiday

Wed 06 June 2018

Having a holiday with friends or family can be a great experience but it can also be a big cost. It’s a good idea to start saving early so you have enough money to cover your trip. Here are our tips on how to save for your summer holiday. read more

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What are CCJ's?

Wed 30 May 2018

CCJ is short for County Court Judgement and is a type of court order used in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. You could get a CCJ if you fail to repay the money you owe and the person you owe decides to take court action. The judgement will arrive by post and you must respond within 14 days. read more

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30 Ways you could supplement your income

Wed 11 April 2018

Your income may cover your bills but wouldn’t it be nice to have a little extra for those occasional treats? If it’s not possible to take on a second job, then there are other ways you can make extra money. Here are 30 ways you could supplement your income. read more

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£200 loan repayable over 20 weeks at £15.00 per week, Rate of interest 50% fixed; Representative 756.5% APR, Total Amount Payable is £300.