When it comes to finance, you do not have to be the owner of a business to benefit from some smart lifestyle finance tips.
Hopefully this post can help give you some useful guidance in saving money on your every day life for both you and your family.
Financial Calendar and Budget
One of the easiest and most effective ways of being on top of your finances is creating a financial calendar. This will allow you to outline your month to month spending projections and bills and organise your finances around this.
“New year, new me!” How many of us have uttered those words before? While it’s great to feel motivated in January for a year better than last, putting that into practice for all 365 days is hard work.
Organising finances is something many of us do at the start of the year. It’s the best time to do it, too. If you set yourself up well in January, it can have a ripple effect for the whole year. Now is the time to sort your PPI Claims, open that savings account and declutter your home to sell old stuff for extra cash.
There are a few ways to bring in cash when needed. But, we’ve listed three of the very best ways — from saving just a penny, to making a PPI claim — to to get organised with your finances and long-term solutions for the whole year.