How to Save Money on Everyday Items

Have you always wanted to save more money on everyday items you purchase? There is nothing worse than paying full price for items, is there? Whether you need to buy toilet paper or stock up on bottled water, you don’t have to pay full price for these items. There are ways you can save money … Read more

Smart Ways to Spend Less This Month

It’s amazing how much money we spend each month on things that we don’t really want or need. In fact, if you’ve never taken the time to go through your budget before, then you might have no idea how much you spend on everything from takeaways, to last minute treats at the grocery store. While … Read more

Simple Bookkeeping tips for Busy Families

Family life can get hectic. With demands on your time coming from all directions at once, running a bookkeeping system to help keep the finances under control is often the last thing on your mind. But what if some simple bookkeeping could actually make life a bit less stressful? What if, instead of being one … Read more

5 Financial New Years Resolutions Everyone Should Make

Another year is finally coming to an end, and if you didn’t quite manage to achieve your financial goals in 2017 – don’t panic, there’s always another opportunity to try again. The truth is that most people don’t actually accomplish their New Years resolutions, particularly when their goals are linked to money. One of the … Read more

Jon From The Money Shed introduces Pouch

I’m just going to start this guest post with a quick service announcement YOU CAN STOP LOOKING FOR VOUCHER CODES ONLINE FOREVER NOW BY USING POUCH!!! Now before I get all Martin Lewis on you and tell you how you can save both Money AND Time by using Pouch I better give a quick introduction … Read more

The End Of The Month is Looming!

Before I was self employed, the end of January would be seen as just another step at getting closer to spring, but in the last three years, it has signified so much more! It is of course the last day that you can submit your self assessment tax forms online, before you are liable for … Read more

Saving For A Rainy Day, or seven universities!!

  Yesterday Xene completed her last GCSE exam, and is definitely looking forward to a nice long summer break! In September she will begin her A Levels, and before we know it, university will be looming. With that in mind, I began thinking about the years ahead and which of the children will go to … Read more