Life is expensive. There’s not a lot we can do to avoid paying for things. Food, a roof over your head, and transportation to get you to work; these are just a few of the unavoidable necessities that we can’t live without. Everything costs money. Still, whilst there may be costs we can’t avoid, that doesn’t mean we can’t do something to reduce those costs. Here are some pieces of advice to help you deal with the expensive aspects of life.
Freelancing is a fantastic way to make money. As your own boss, you have the privilege of claiming all the profits you make when you sell a product or service to customers. It’s your own business and you call the shots. Of course, you might not be maximizing your potential just yet.
Have you been involved in an accident that was not your fault? Unfortunately, accidents are commonplace in modern life, as it’s lived at such a rapid pace. However, if you have been hurt and someone else caused the incident, you will have grounds for compensation.
If you have been blogging for a while, you are probably aware of how potentially lucrative it really can be. The truth is that most of the people who want to turn their blog into a full business never get round to doing so. This can be for a number of reasons, but most commonly it is a fear of doing it wrong.
When it comes to taking a career change, it’s always a good idea to look at not only the skills you’ve recently acquired but the long years of experience you have. That experience offers a unique perspective, and if that perspective has ever been at the top, it could be more valuable than most. For those who have run businesses, led teams, or displayed real leadership, it could be a career unto itself.
The most common reason for regular travel is your commute to work. You know the kind: you already work long hours in a stressful environment, so it’s time to ask yourself how you could improve your commuting habits.
If you have ever considered getting a loan to pay off a large bill or you want credit to pay in advance for items, you will have probably looked at plenty of different options. But how can you choose the right type of loan to suit you? First, you will need to look at the types available to you.
Moving home isn’t always the most fun experience in the world. Most of the time it’s stressful, tiring and expensive. From the expenses of having the new house (rent, mortgage, deposits) and furnishing it to somehow getting all your stuff from one place to another, it can be the worst experience of your life. Here are a few tips to help you save money when you move home.
Unfortunately, we live in a time where people going without food is at an all-time high. There are families out there having to make the choice between eating and putting the heating on, and it really shouldn’t be like that. This is why I’m taking part in the Reverse Advent Calendar campaign along with other UK Money Bloggers.
The TopCashback Trick or Treat Giveaway gives new and existing members the chance to win real cash prizes for visiting their site a few days a day. It only takes a few minutes to do as the clues are easy (or someone else posts them for you). The TopCashback Summer Treats Giveaway gives you the chance to win some additional prizes as well as awesome amounts of cashback.
This TopCashback Giveaway has now finished – if you are looking for the current giveaway then click here, all the daily clues are included.