I’m Pete, and until a few years ago, I struggled with debt and had nothing set aside too. But, with a lot of research, I managed to find some great ways to reduce my household bills and find some decent side-incomes. And the best thing is, anybody can do it.
Now, I might not be rich, but it is a huge relief not to be constantly worried about money.
In this blog, I’ll take you through some of the best ways of saving money on your bills, either by switching provider, reducing consumption or by finding cheaper alternatives.
I’ll also look at the best ways of making an extra income. Whether you fancy just earning a few extra pounds per week from home, or you’re looking for an income of £1000+ per month, there’s something for everyone.
Last, but not least, I’ll also go over managing your money. Whether it’s an app that can help you budget, a savings account you shouldn’t miss out on or potential scams you need to watch out for.
Some of the topics covered:
- Reduce your TV bill
- Save money on energy
- Ways to reduce tax
- Best discount and loyalty schemes
- Holiday money saving
Lots of ways to make money, including:
- Mystery shopping
- Product testing
- Website testing
- Matched betting
Managing your finances
Never forget to keep on top of your money!
- Finance apps
- Savings accounts
- Buying a home
- Kid’s accounts
- Potential scams
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