One in Six Brits Turns to Jam Jars for Money Management
Nine million Brits are currently budgeting by setting aside funds in envelopes and even jam jars, new research from thinkmoney has claimed. Nearly one in every six people set money aside for bills in whatever contained they have to hand, rather than keeping it in an account. This ensures they have enough money to pay […]
Rising Number of Households Struggling to Balance the Books
The number of households who are struggling to balance the books has climbed by more than a quarter of a million year-on-year, according to the latest figures. Legal & General’s latest ‘MoneyMood’ survey reveals that an increasing number of households don’t have the level of income needed to pay off their bills, with the number […]
How to Pay for a Gap Year
Taking a gap year when finishing school or university is a popular choice among many people, but managing funds when travelling from country to country is no easy feat. With possible destinations ranging from South America to Australia, Thailand or even Europe, travellers can have the world at their finger tips. Where they choose to […]
The Future of Downloads – What Could VAT changes do?
Downloads for under a pound have been commonplace for a long time, especially on Apple’s iTunes store, one of the main players in the download market. But as the government announced changes to the VAT system in the 2014 Budget, several reports have suggested that downloads could increase in price. However, it would seem that […]