Black Friday Money Saving Hacks and Tips #BlackFriday #SavvySquad

Friday 24th of November is Black Friday. One of the biggest sale events of the year with many high street and online retailers slashing prices on goods such as electronics, clothing and more. Now, we all love a bargain and some people will go to great lengths to get their hands on them! Whether that’s queuing outside a shop in the early hours or sitting behind your computer screen flicking between websites to find the best deal! Of course Black Friday is a great opportunity to get some bargains in time for Christmas and save some money too, but how… [Read More]

Committing To Giving A Loved One A Send Off With Minimal Funds

It’s never easy to have to come to terms with a loved one such as a parent, passing away. For all the great memories you’ve had with them, spending time together, getting to know their personality and accomplishing things together, it’s only right that they get a good send off. But for many people who experience anguish and are left to pick up the pieces, they don’t know what to do let alone how to react. Committing to making sure you give your loved one a good send off isn’t complicated but more so relies upon you morally being able… [Read More]

Finding Finances Without The Debt

Money is a constant source of misery for a lot of people. At some point, everyone is in the same position; you need to get your hands on some money but aren’t sure how to get it. In a lot of cases, the most obvious option would be a loan. But, this doesn’t mean that it’s the best. Loans are good and bad for a number of different reasons, and some loans aren’t bad at all. Avoiding debt and finding another way to pay is usually the best recourse, though. To help you out with this, this post will be… [Read More]

More Than A Hobby: Approach Blogging Like A Passion

Blogging is a way for anyone, anywhere in the world to share their deepest darkest, and mundane everyday-type of thoughts, with the rest of the world. It’s not quite like writing articles, or writing as if you are a journalist. It’s more so, sharing tips and tricks, or just your thoughts on a web page, for all of the world to see. It’s an incredibly fluid and open platform which allows you to help complete strangers improve their life and vice versa. It’s also a long term commitment if you want to be successful at it. You’ve got to learn… [Read More]

Do I Need An SSN To Obtain An EIN? *

The IRS-EIN-Tax-ID is a nine-digit number similar to a person’s social security number. This number is used by the IRS to identify your business as an entity in the United States that pays taxes. You can still secure an EIN, even if you do not have a social security number. When you are ready to apply for an EIN online, a lack of social security number does not have to hurt your application. You have two options when it comes to getting an EIN without a social security number. You can apply for a required social security number before applying… [Read More]

The best gifts and deals for dad this Father’s Day #DadsDayDeals

This Sunday is Father’s Day. If you haven’t already started shopping for your gifts, then you’re in luck! In this post I will be bringing you some of the best gifts and deals that I can find for dads this Father’s Day in my #DadsDayDeals blog post! Let’s look at some voucher codes! When I shop online, the first thing I do after I’ve added all of my items to my shopping basket is do an online search for some voucher codes. I mean, who doesn’t want to nab a bargain! In addition to grabbing a bargain, I’ve noticed that My Voucher… [Read More]

The Bank of Mum and Dad

The average cost of raising one child in the UK is around £230,000. That’s a pretty eye watering figure. Now double it because we have twins, and add another three as my husband also has three children from a previous marriage. That’s a lot of money we need to earn! Raising children is undoubtedly expensive. From babies up to adulthood, the costs you have to figure into the equation range from nappies to school uniforms, educational resources, trips and of course ‘fun money’ for your kids to have a social life, as well as the latest clothes and ‘must have’… [Read More]

The Financial Mistakes Your Family Could Be Making

There are lots of different ways people choose to handle their finances, and while they may not be smart, it’s all down to the individual. However, if you have a family, managing your finances better should become a number one priority. Here are some of the financial mistakes your family could be making: Not Discussing Big Purchases Discussing big purchases before you make them is important if you have a joint bank account with your partner. Make sure you have an agreement to discuss purchases more than a set amount. You don’t want financial woes to come between you, and… [Read More]

Tightening The Family Pursestrings

Being the head of a family isn’t a business – but it is certainly pricey business isn’t it! With mouths to feed and energy to waste, we can end up paying a lot for our family. It’s worth it though, isn’t it? There’s nothing more valuable than happy, safe and well-fed kids and there certainly isn’t anything more rewarding – not as a parent anyway. The trouble is, sometimes we can’t always find the cash and coins to do things for our family. We can’t always grab the money to make things awesome all the time. (source) It’s hard to… [Read More]

Easy To Follow Steps To Put More Money In Your Pocket

Look around the internet for long enough, and you’ll come across dozens of ways that’ll help put more money in your pocket. The only problem is, most of these ideas are too innovative: they focus on frugal ways of living, offering tips that put only small amounts of money into your bank account. While every little helps, the best way to get more money is to look at the bigger picture, the areas that can make a big difference to how much money you have. Here are five of those areas. Source: In the Savings Account Need to save… [Read More]