Just a quick warning for anyone who may be thinking of shopping for this year’s Christmas gifts at Argos – steer well clear of their “Easy Shop Card”, provided by Provident Financial.
If you’re struggling to think of ways of saving money, take a look at this great resource from My Two Dollars, The Big List: 1,019 Different Ways To Save Money.
Further to my post yesterday giving tips on protecting yourself from identity fraud, those kind folks at Amazon are currently offering 20% off paper shredders during National Identity Fraud Protection week.
This week is National Identity Fraud Prevention week, which is a nationwide awareness campaign designed to help you protect yourself and your business from identity fraud, one of the UK’s fastest growing crimes.
It’s been a good week for money saving – yesterday I managed to knock 55% off my car insurance premiums, and tonight I’ve negotiated a 60% reduction in my mobile phone bill.
One of the best ways to earn more is by turning your hobby into a job. Here are a few ideas to help you earn from doing something you love.
Apparently there are now 30 million fake Â£1 coins in circulation in the UK, so there’s a good chance that if you don’t have one in your wallet at the moment, you’ve probably unknowingly used one to liberate a trolley at the supermarket in the past.
So how do you spot a fake?
As food prices have been increasing, I’ve heard a few stories recently about food producers keeping their product prices the same but quietly making their products smaller – giving birth to a new term, “The Grocery Shrink Ray”:
Go easy on car salesmen, as they’re probably feeling the pressure at the moment;
Research suggests that around 50% buy new cars using the finance deal offered by the car dealer: big mistake! Here are a few more tips for paying for your new car.