Your 5-Step Plan to Financial Independence

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    Financial independence is not out of anybody’s reach. It doesn’t rely on big, fat wages from executive, well-paying jobs to create. Anybody from any walk of life with any income can become financially independent. No matter who you are or how much you earn, becoming financially independent takes planning and commitment and involves […]

Sacrifice your financial independence – or sacrifice for it instead?

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    The word ‘sacrifice’ conjures up many negative connotations of suffering and loss, but does it really have to be such a pessimistic abnegation when it comes to getting our finances in order? When dealing with our finances we often act in the here and now. We think of the debts we owe, the […]

5 Reasons To Become Financially Independent

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    Making the decision to become financially independent isn’t to be taken lightly. The chances are that in order to become financially independent you will need to make some changes both big and small. Becoming financially independent not only needs long-term planning and commitment but sacrifices too. Is it really worth it? Financial independence […]

Compound Interest Explained

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    Compound interest will have a different meaning to you depending on whether you are a spender or a saver. Compound interest can be your worst enemy or your best friend. Here is the thing: How you treat compound interest is how compound interest will treat you in return. Make compound interest work for […]

Budget Sheet Template

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      Use this budget template below as a starting point to help you to create your budget plan. You can use the budget sheet for inspiration to create your own budget plan, or you can download and adapt it for yourself using the Budget Template.   Category Estimated Amount (per month) Actual Amount (per month) Difference […]

Money Magazines: 3 issues for £1

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      Get a three month subscription to either Moneywise or Money Observer for only £1, giving you a saving of over 96% on each. You need to subscribe via the direct debit method to receive the special price offer but remember to cancel your agreement once you have received your third magazine in […]

How much is your habit really costing you?

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    You might not notice the little bit of money frittered away on nothing much each day but small spends make a bid difference over time. That single chocolate bar at lunch every day, the newspaper to catch up on the world’s happenings, the bottle of wine or two a week to wind down with […]