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Loose Change - A breathing space is needed ofr prople with problem debts by Sara Williams

How a breathing space helps people in debt

On the 24th February 2017, Kelly Tolhurst’s Families with Children and Young People in Debt (Respite) Bill gets its second reading in the House of Commons. It aims to give families with problem debts a “breathing space” of a year. Why a breathing space is needed At the moment people with problem debts can ask their […]

UK Money Blogger Mark Underdown of Small Acorn Money

Money Blogger Profile: Small Acorn Money

All about… Small Acorn Money The UK Money Bloggers group spans a wide variety of writers, and whilst some focus on frugal living, others are firmly rooted in the financial services industry. Mark Underdown of Small Acorn Money is one such financial professional. We found out how his money blog allows him to express himself freely. […]

Escape the debt trap

Escaping the Debt Trap | #MondayMoneyUK

For those struggling with debt, it can be hugely stressful for the whole family. The Children’s Society has been campaigning for the government to introduce breathing spaces for those struggling with debt. A private member’s bill is going to Parliament on Friday, so we’ve picked debt trap as our theme for this week’s #MondayMoneyUK. Our host […]

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Escape the debt trap

Escaping the Debt Trap | #MondayMoneyUK

For those struggling with debt, it can be hugely stressful for the whole family. The Children’s Society has been campaigning for the government to introduce breathing spaces for those struggling with debt. A private member’s bill is going to Parliament on Friday, so we’ve picked debt trap as our theme for this week’s #MondayMoneyUK. Our host […]

Love and money

Love and money | #MondayMoneyUK

Queues of people desparately picking up roses, chocolate and M&S meal deals in shops tonight means it’s Valentine’s tomorrow, so we looked at love for this week’s #MondayMoneyUK Twitter chat. Our host was Cat from Penny Wise Life Rich. You can listen to Cat on Share Radio summarising the chat, or check out the best […]

Cut the cost of your broadband

Cut the cost of your broadband | #MondayMoneyUK

Each week the UK Money Bloggers community get together on Twitter to share their experiences and tips on a topical money matter. With both BT and Sky announcing price increases for broadband and phone services, we discussed ways to cut your bill. Andy Webb from Be Clever With Your Cash, also our editor, hosted the […]

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Loose Change

Loose Change - A breathing space is needed ofr prople with problem debts by Sara Williams

How a breathing space helps people in debt

On the 24th February 2017, Kelly Tolhurst’s Families with Children and Young People in Debt (Respite) Bill gets its second reading in the House of Commons. It aims to give families with problem debts a “breathing space” of a year. Why a breathing space is needed At the moment people with problem debts can ask their […]

Loose change - teaching menu planning in schools by Cat Plummer

Teach menu planning in schools

This week’s Loose Change is by Cat Plummer who blogs at www.pennywiseliferich.co.uk where she shares snippets of her life, ways to spend less, tips to save money and recipes. She lives in sunny East Sussex with her husband and her dog. I remember when I moved out of home, I had no idea about menu planning […]

Loose Change - Take the baby box idea worldwode by Cora Harrison

Take the baby box idea worldwide!

This week’s Loose Change article is by Cora Harrison, a 24-year-old entrepreneur who writes about her experiences of spending less, earning more and living life to the fullest at www.TheMiniMillionaire.com. She also shares daily videos of her life with her girlfriend on her YouTube channel.  In the 1930’s every new mother living in Finland regardless […]

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UK Money Blogger Mark Underdown of Small Acorn Money

Money Blogger Profile: Small Acorn Money

All about… Small Acorn Money The UK Money Bloggers group spans a wide variety of writers, and whilst some focus on frugal living, others are firmly rooted in the financial services industry. Mark Underdown of Small Acorn Money is one such financial professional. We found out how his money blog allows him to express himself freely. […]

UK Money Blogger Katy from Katykicker

Money Blogger Profile: Katykicker

All about… Katykicker Money making expert Katy enjoys helping others to make money – so much that so she started Katykicker to be better able to share her tips and ideas. She’s a money saving forum titan and loves leading the way towards financial freedom. We’ve asked Katy to tell us more about her blog and how she […]

UK Money Blogger Ben from the personal finance blog financetidy.

Money Blogger Profile: financetidy

All about… financetidy Avid personal finance blog reader Ben set up financetidy in 2016 to help bring some order to the financial chaos he saw in so many people’s lives. He covers money management and smart shopping, but it’s in investing that his true passion lies. Here Ben shares with us more about the importance […]

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Love and Money – UK Money Bloggers share their thoughts

Many couples will tell you that one of the only things they argue about is money. It’s completely understandable when you stop and think about it because we all have totally different opinions on what’s the best way to manage our money.  It’s such an emotive subject that even small differences in opinion can seem […]

Best of January 2017

Best of the Blogs – January 2017

January is always a busy time in any UK Money Bloggers calendar and this year has been no exception. We have an amazing roundup of posts to share with you ranging from resolutions for 2017 to reviews of 2016 and from foodie ideas to fitness tips.  They all have one thing in common though – all […]

Best money blogs November 2016

The best of the blogs | November 2016

From teaching your kids about money through to how to earn cashback, plus some handy Christmas saving tips, here’s a round-up of the blogs you might have missed in November. Each article has been chosen by the bloggers themselves, so this really is the best of the best. Andy Webb: As a community we’re running […]

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