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Things you must do when you’re self employed

Going self-employed can be an exciting prospect; you can look forward to being your own boss and working to achieve personal success. There are some practicalities that you will need to think about, however, to ensure that nothing stands in the way of your making your employment dreams come true. It’s relatively easy to start up a new business, especially if you get the help and advice that you need. There...

Reduce the cost of your house insurance

In the current financial climate, it is more important than ever to have suitable home insurance, giving you the correct cover whilst at the same time being cost effective. Despite the fact that the average buildings and contents policy has increased over the last few years, home insurance should be considered a necessity. Just a leak from your washing machine can do a lot of damage to your home. There are...

Could drivers’ in-car dashcams become the new eyes of the law?

Do you get annoyed by idiotic drivers who have no thought for others while driving on the road?  Dashcams already fitted to ordinary drivers’ cars and vans could help police catch road users who openly flout laws such as using a phone behind the wheel. UK public wants to be paid for catching road criminals That’s the opinion of a car leasing company who thinks that citizens who use their in-car...

How to save money on your drinks

With January money saving out of the way there are easy ways to save money all year round on your regular shopping. A new free to use website, Bring a Bottle, aims to help people save money on their drinks bill by comparing prices from retailers. Although it is a familiar concept in the world of credit cards and insurance until now there hasn’t been a simple way to compare prices for drinks and the results...

Surprising Things You May Not Know About Saving Money

As we know, the financial climate isn’t the best at the moment, and in between daily expenses and a few little treats essential for cheering up grey days, saving money may be the last thing on your mind. We’re not talking about saving as in buying own-brand tomatoes and bulk buying toiletries, as you’re probably adept at that. We’re suggesting the kind of savings where you actually put some money...