Relocating to a different country can be a great way to save money. A lower cost of living can help you spend less, especially if you’re able to keep your income at the same level as before. Whether you move because you want to save money or you’re trying to save after moving, you could end up with a lot more money in your pocket if you make some smart choices. You can adjust your general cost of living so you have more money to save or more disposable income to spend on fun things.
Many people look for advice on how to best save money on their car, but maybe the better question to ask is “should I have a car at all?” Now, we’re not putting it forth that you should start walking everywhere or get public transport, but we are suggesting that you take a look at motorcycles, which can be a cheaper way to get from A to B.
Want to make your next holiday more affordable? Whilst some people book up to a year in advance in order to save money, others wait until a couple weeks before to take advantage of last minute discounts. Which one if the better option? Here’s a look into both types of deals so that you can decide how to plan your next holiday in order to get the best deal.
If you want to go on a really expensive vacation then there is a high chance that you are aware of the fact that it is out of your budget. For this reason, you may think that there is no way you will ever accomplish this dream but this is not the case at all. In fact, it is more than possible for you to have the vacation you have always wanted without having to put away every single source of income you have.
The cost of motoring is increasing each year, which is never welcome news, so we are all looking for ways to make it cheaper. There are some things we can do nothing about such as how much fuel costs per litre. There are other ways we can try to reduce our motor running costs, and here are just a few suggestions.
There is something totally irresistible about the phrase, “do you want to know a secret?” As soon as we hear those words uttered in order, something weird happens to our brains whereby nothing else on earth matters – we just have to know what this secret is.
Raising a family is expensive. There are so many costs associated with parenting such as all the equipment and paraphernalia that a young baby requires, all the way up to when your child reaches their teens and wishes to learn to drive and go to college.
Insurance companies are not your friends. They want to get as much out of you as possible while doing as little as possible. While we want to believe that they’ll reward us for our loyalty and have our backs should the worst happen, this is rarely the case.
As any driver will tell you, the cost of motoring is expensive. From buying a car to the many hidden costs, your pockets will run dryer faster than your petrol tank. Still, there are ways to save money, above and beyond that ‘other’ solution, which is not having a car in the first place.
We’re a decade on from the great financial crash of 2007-2008 but for many of us there’s still a feeling of recession that shows no sign of abating. In the UK, particularly, the post-crisis recovery has been slow and laborious (before we even consider the leaked “no good scenario” impact assessment of Brexit).