Although making and saving money is something I like to focus on, it’s equally important that you keep an eye on your finances. Take a look at some of the best personal finance apps, savings accounts and possible scams to look out for.
Managing your money
An app that helps you budget… and gives you £5 for joining!
Another budgeting app, this one is brought to you by ING Bank.
Best budgeting and finance apps
Not convinced by Yolt or Oval? Then take a look at all the best apps available.
Putting money aside
This savings account could give you up to a £1000 boost each year.
Help to Save
A government back schemed that could earn you a 50% bonus.
If you struggle with saving, there’s an app that can do it for you.
Want free money for your text messages? Think again!
£100 with no effort?
Would you give your passport details over for £100? Many people do.
Tips for spotting a scam
There are lots of scams out there. Here are a few tips to spot them.
Money lessons for kids
How to teach your children about money and spending with GoHenry.
Coding for kids
Why not encourage your children to do something useful on the computer with coding?
A word of warning to anyone thinking about opening a student account.
A list of bills you can expect to pay when you own or rent a house
Take a look at why I always consider taking out a longer-term mortgage.
Why I never trust using an estate agent’s mortgage adviser.