How to Shop for a Used Car

Buying a used car can be a tricky process. While you are probably getting a used car to save yourself some money, you don’t want to end up with a piece of junk. You want to make sure that you are getting a car that will run properly and that you won’t have...

How to Avoid Regrets When Buying Your Home

Did you know that 80% of homebuyers have at least one regrets with their home purchase? That’s according to a recent survey involving 2,000 homebuyers. One of the most common regrets buyers rant about is the size of the house particularly that it isn’t big...

Two Ways to Stretch Your Retirement Fund

If you’re nearing retirement, one of the most common concerns that might already have popped up in your mind is whether your fund is enough until the end or not. How much exactly should you spend each year to ensure that you’ll have enough until your last...

Smart Money Advice for Millenials

Some money matters have always been tough to address no matter which generation you are in. But for the sake of the millenials, let’s try to examine some of today’s important money matters that you should understand and know how to handle. If you’re...

The Costs of Learning to Drive

Learning to drive will cost you more than £1000. There is simply no way around this. You will have to pay for lessons, your theory test, your practical test, and other factors. Costs that you need to consider: Driving lessons Insuring a car for you to practice in The...

Rescue Your Credit Rating

Your credit rating is your lifelong financial companion that will never leave your side: fortunately or unfortunately. If you err on the side of unfortunately, then here are our four top tips to make sure your credit rating becomes a good companion, rather than a...