Tristan at Find Financial Freedom has posted some basic frugal living tips – the kind of things that are very simple to do, might only save a little at a time, but could save you quite a bit of money in the long term.
Some travel companies are starting to cancel trips to Mexico because of the outbreak of “swine flu”. If your holiday is cancelled because of the illness, what are your rights as a consumer?
So, it’s Mother’s Day this Sunday here in the U.K., and if you’ve yet to sort out a gift for mummy dearest, the blogosphere and webosphere (is that even a word? Well, it is now) is full of ideas. Here we link to some of the best ideas.
Supermarket ASDA is trying to embrace two current hot trends – money saving tips and social media – by launch its own TV channel on Youtube, featuring money saving idea videos.
According to a recent survey, up to 5 million Britons are planning to cut back on insurance in order to reduce their outgoings.
The main victims? Home and car insurance.
The BBC recently asked visitors to its website for their best money saving ideas, and the Great British public duly responded.
In case you hadn’t noticed, Valentine’s Day is once again approaching fast – a time when blokes the country wide start to panic about what to buy and how much to spend, whilst the women seem to take it all in their stride and can do no wrong, at least in my limited experience.
Although prices of new PCs are coming down as the specs gradually increase, if your current PC is struggling but you’d rather not fork out for a new one, TechRadar have posted a few cheap ideas for givng your PC a new lease of life.
Techradar, my new favourite read for all things techy, has posted 10 ways to turn your old tech into cash. Here are their money making tips, along with my thoughts.
A Money Watch reader is wondering how to start turning their hobby into an income. Can you help out?