I'm sure we're all feeling the effects of COVID-19 in one way or another. But I'm wondering if one of the results will see is a move to a cashless society. Up until March, my friends and family seemed split when it comes to paying for goods and services. Some always wanted to pay using cash, with one of the concerns being that using a card can always be open to fraud. Others … [Read more...] about Next Step, A Cashless Society?
How do you fancy having all your credit and debit cards all linked into one? Or would you like a better exchange rate when you’re spending abroad? Or cashback from a range of retailers. Or even, a free £5? Then take a look at this Curve card review to see what it can do for you. Believe it or not, I have 5 current accounts. Not because I collect bank cards, but so I can … [Read more...] about Curve Card Review – A Card For Making Your Life Easier?
Looking for help with monitoring your finances and receive some tips on saving money? Then take a look at this Snoop app review to see if it’s the right app for you. I have to admit that I’m slightly unusual. Not in an odd way (at least I hope), but when it comes to managing my money. I have 24 finance apps on my phone and I use most of them regularly. That means I feel … [Read more...] about Snoop App Review – The Benefits And The Drawbacks
Are you interested in teaching your kids about finances or just want a more efficient way to pay them their pocket money? Then take a look at this GoHenry review to see if it’s right for you. It’s quite scary to write it, but I’ve just figured out that it’s been 21 years since I left school. I also went to university, which means in total, I spent almost 17 years in … [Read more...] about GoHenry Review – Teaching Kids About Money
You may think that a student account is a great way to start your university life. But beware of Greeks bearing gifts... I’m one of those people that would still be in education if I had a choice. Not because I was good at it, but because it meant I didn’t have to work full-time. I ended up at university, partly because I still hadn’t decided what I wanted to do for a career … [Read more...] about Student Accounts – A Word Of Warning