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.
On the day that we learn that pension scheme membership is falling, I’ve bucked the trend and actually started making my own contributions into the company pension scheme.
Apparently there are now 30 million fake £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?
Today’s extraordinary developments in UK banking have gradually been unfolding throughout the day, and whilst nothing is yet set in stone, a few more details on the Lloyds TSB / HBOS merger are becoming clearer.
Some big breaking news from the world of banking this morning after it looks like there are talks between Halifax Bank Of Scotland (HBOS) and Lloyds TSB to merge, which would create a “super-bank” on the high street.
So, the U.S. Treasury has decided not to bail-out Lehman Brothers bank, the fourth largest investment bank in the States. It now makes me wonder what our Government would do should one of our big banks threatened to go bust?
Stories of unbelievable credit card debts and stupid credit card mistakes.
As I mentioned in my post about tips for coping with redundancy, it is possible to insure yourself against losing your job, using something called an Accident, Sickness and Unemployment (ASU) policy. But I ave a question about the terms and conditions of such policies.
Today sees the start of Financial Planning Week, an initiative created by the Institute of Financial Planning in order to promote financial advice within the UK.
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”: