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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!

Free online courses for adults

Free online courses for adults

Wed 27 September 2017

Whether you’ve got a job or you’re looking for a job, it never hurts to set yourself apart from the competition. One great way of doing this is by taking courses – they help build your skill set and look great to potential employers. They can also be expensive, so we’ve had a look round for some great free courses that are available online that could help you take the next step in your career. read more

Ultimate Job Interview Preparation

Ultimate Job Interview Preparation

Mon 13 June 2016

Getting an interview for a job you really want is always exciting. Whether you've been out of work for a while or you've been in the same job for years, it's always good to brush up on how to make a great impression. Here are our tips on how to nail your interview: read more

Make your job search digitally savvy

Make your job search digitally savvy

Tue 05 January 2016

The modern world is a digital one and whether you're looking for work or searching for bargains, it's important to be aware of how you act online. If you're looking for a new job, here are a few tips for avoiding common mistakes online. read more

Job Interview Tips

Top Job Interview Tips

Wed 15 October 2014

If you're in a panic about an upcoming job interview, these hints will help you to impress any prospective employer, and deal with all those typical interview questions: read more

How to Write a CV

How to Write a CV

Wed 18 June 2014

Writing a good CV can make all the difference when it comes to getting an interview for a job. It's the first thing a potential employer will see, so it has to give them a good impression of your skills and attitude to work. read more

Representative Example:

£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.