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10 Ways to Save Money on Groceries

    Supermarkets are designed to seduce consumers like us into spending more than we want to. After all, everyone needs to shop for food, soap, toiletries and so on. But with a little bit of planning and budgeting, you can slash your grocery budget and save money. Here’s how:   Tips to Save Money […]

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Supermarket’s Own vs Big Brand Names – Who Is Winning the Grocery War?

    Supermarket brands which were once regarded as country cousins compared to established brands are now rapidly gaining popularity. A few decades back, consumers were of the opinion that if you wanted quality, it had to be a conventional (read: more expensive) brand. However, that trend is undergoing a dramatic change with an increasing […]

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The Rise and Rise of the Budget Supermarket Continues… But Why?

    The big, showy supermarkets that once enjoyed a monopoly over British consumers are coming to terms with a different reality. Their profits and sales are being threatened not by a competing giant chain but by the humble ‘budget supermarkets’. Aldi and Lidl are two notable budget supermarkets in the UK that forced the […]

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Live a Debt-Free Life: 10 Tips to Stay Motivated while Paying Off Debt

    ‘Debts are like children, the smaller they are, the less noise they make’ – Spanish proverb   Paying off debt can be an exhausting and challenging process. Feeling enthusiastic initially and staying on track through the process are two different things. Here are ten tips to stay motivated while paying off debt:   […]

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Tips to Create a Sensible Saving Habit

    ‘Money is only a tool, it will take you wherever you wish, but it will not replace you as the driver’ – Ayn Rand There is an old adage that suggests that it’s not what we make but what we do with what we make that is important. This is the reason why […]

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5 Great Reasons to Overpay Your Mortgage

    Mortgage payments are monthly instalments that you pay the mortgage lender towards repayment of your property loan. Very few of us can afford to buy a home without a loan (unless you happen to be fabulously wealthy) and mortgage loans help you buy a home. ‘Overpaying’ your mortgage means that you pay in […]

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