Long distance travelling can be not only a pain but also very expensive. There have been plenty of articles recently about people travelling to Europe in order to save money on their trip from one end of the country to the other and a fellow money saver, Tom Church, recently flew in a private plane as it was cheaper than taking the train.
It might come as a shock but almost 17 millions people of working age across the UK have less than £100 in savings, those just for a rainy day – according to a poll conducted by Money Advice Service in September 2016. We all know the benefits of having a back up fund but how do you go about saving money when you don’t have a lot to put away? Skimming, that’s how.
We all want to live long and healthy lives but sometimes eating the right foods and trying to stay fit can come at a cost. This doesn’t have to be the case and you can reap the benefits of a healthy lifestyle without it having to break the bank.
TV is a huge part of most people’s day to day life; news, sports, films and soaps keep us entertained and informed. The only problem is that packages can be rather pricey and you often have to take out additional services to get “the best deal”. Is it time you a took a step back and did a TV overhaul to save yourself money?