As if things aren’t bad enough for UK families, it has now been estimated that we have on average a household debt of around £13000 per family! That doesn’t even include your mortgage says the TUC (Trade Union Congress) the Voice of Britain at Work, who gets its scary figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
If you are looking for car finance and want to find out more about the different options available to you then read on to find out more.
Midnight is looming, we all eagerly await the inevitable countdown. Along with the bubbles of the Champagne we make our promises for the year that we know we will break within weeks of making them. But just what are the most popular Resolutions that will be made this year, let’s examine the most popular oaths of last year.
Its that’s time again when we all start to make our New Year’s Resolutions. A ‘biggie’ on most our lists is to tidy up our finances so that we can have a better year than the last one. Well let’s look at what we can do to save a few pennies here and there.
If like me you have money on your mind most of the time, you need to stop worrying and instead find a solution to end all of your money worries. Worrying constantly about where your cash is going can be a drain on your health, relationships and wellbeing but many of us can’t stop our anxiety levels from reaching a high especially at times when spending money seems unavoidable.
So you want a new car?
OK, your old car is starting to sound a little choked and you dream of being behind the wheels of something new? If you are thinking of getting a second hand car you need to take some steps to making sure you get the best deal that’s right for you. By getting a used car you are helping to keep unnecessary costs down but whilst you are doing that it is so easy to buy a car thinking you have a bargain only to get it home and realise it’s not quite what you expected.
How easy is it to switch energy suppliers……. very easy!
It’s easy to do what you have always done and use the same suppliers time and time again, we do it with supermarkets and we do it with our energy suppliers, so maybe it’s now time to ask ourselves if we are really getting the bargain we first thought we was getting. Many of us are wary of changing suppliers and trying something new.
So, let’s tackle it now and be clear on what options there are out here for you and tackle those ‘barriers’ we think are there preventing us from switching suppliers.
It’s easier than you think!
We look at lots of ways to save money but how about making a saving on what we pay on our broadband? It’s something most people have and need and is another one of those necessary things we simply must have.
So, how does paying out less on broadband sound to you? Tempting, you bet!
Energy us one of those things that we just have to fork out cash on, and at times it feels like we are throwing away our money and instead many of use opt instead to save money by just not turning the heating on. But certain times it cannot be avoided and especially during the colder winter months so just what can we do to help yourselves keep warm?
Time to hike up the heating and warm up this winter with energy firms promising to freeze their prices this winter. Whilst EDF goes one better opting instead to give its customers a winter price cut. With firms seeing wholesale prices increase by a massive 40% in June this year it was felt all round that customers will similarly feel the increase in their bills.