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If you want to make 2014 the year that you live within your means and stick to your budget then it makes sense to review your finances and take a look at how to budget before the good intentions of your New Year’s resolutions disappear.
The buy-to-let market is booming as demand for rental property goes up and mortgage rates are at historically low levels.
For individuals as well as businesses, a regular review of your savings and outgoings is vital and can provide simple solutions to help improve the health of your finances.
The new tax year started on April 6th giving consumers the chance to save up to £5,760 without paying any tax on the interest earned.
With the new financial year nearly upon us, savers are likely to have a renewed desire to put some money aside and make an investment in their future.
We can all get a little ambitious with our budgeting, planning to make cutbacks and spending reductions wherever we can.
The eve of the 2013 Budget seems like an appropriate time to consider why it is vital British households set out their own spending objectives for the course of a year.
People's differing personality traits help shape the career paths they choose, their salary expectations and their general attitudes to money.
Many families will be looking to make the most of their money in these austere times and there are plenty of ways to ensure cash is going as far as it can.
With salaries failing to increase in line with the rise in the cost of living, people now need to get smarter with their spending to avoid going into the red.
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