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A budget helps us all avoid debt, pay for things we need and save up for things we would like to have. It is a positive way to be money ready, no matter how limited our income.
Christmas is a time of giving but don’t give yourself a headache with debts and bills you can’t afford.
Credit Unions are a good alternative way to borrow money or to start saving.
We explore some tips and useful resources to help you save on your food shop.
We look at how to understand and improve your credit rating
Some tips on saving on school shopping
How our services helped Mrs Peters become Money Ready
A look at some tips for keeping on top of your rent
Are you paying too much for your water?
The good news is, you’re not alone…help is at hand.
Most of us have debt of some sort, but understanding and dealing with it can be difficult
The amount of savings you have can affect your benefits. We’ll run over the rules you need to know.
Heating our homes, boiling our kettles and watching the TV all use energy – energy that we have to pay for!
Cars and fuel cost a lot of money. We’ll show you some ways to cut travel costs and save money.
If you’re trying to save money on household bills, switching your broadband can help.
We’ll look at ways to have fun with your family, without it being expensive