Monthly Savings Guide: How to Start Saving for a Home

Deciding to buy a house is a major decision, and it’s one that you shouldn’t rush into. Purchasing (and owning) a house requires a certain level of fiscal responsibility and management skill. If budgeting is difficult and extra spending seems to get the better of you more often than not, […]

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20 Things to Do for Half-Term Holidays

February Half-Term is right around the corner. While it’s a popular time for travel, it comes at a cost: Families pay up to eight times more than normal for flights during half-term holidays — and it doesn’t stop there.1 High demand drives up the price of hotel rooms, car rentals […]

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How to Improve Your Interview Skills

There’s no doubt about it: Interviews are the most challenging part of landing a job. You have to spend a fair bit of time preparing: reading up on the company, anticipating the kinds of questions you’ll be asked, figuring out what kind of questions you’ll need to ask and more. […]

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Credit Score 101

  A good credit score can help increase the success of many life events like taking out a mortgage, financing a car and more. Having a high credit score will qualify you for better interest rates and can save you more money in the long run! Credit scores clearly have […]

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6 Money Concepts to Teach Your Kids

  Ensuring that your kids know how to deal with money while they’re growing up gives them a much better shot at a trouble-free economic life as adults. It needn’t be a topic that you obsess over, and indeed the best the lessons your children will receive will be from […]

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How to Keep Your Motivation

Motivation is a part of daily life. It could be a project at work, getting through your workout routine or even just getting through the dishes. It’s normal to lose motivation when things drag on or you’re simply having a bad day, but flagging motivation can make difficult tasks seem […]

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