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5 personal finance mantras you should ignore

I’ve been struggling this week. Whether it’s burn out, tiredness, Covid-related anxieties, or a combination of all three, I’m not sure. When I feel like this, certain phrases or ideas annoy me much more than normal, which led me to compile a list of 5 personal finance mantras you should ignore. The Twenty Percent is […]

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Savings and Investments

Simple tips to save you thousands in later life

bout. It’s also not something you need to panic about when you’re in your 20s and early 30s, but it should be on your radar. That’s why I’m sharing some simple tips that might help you save you thousands in later life.

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Savings and Investments

How to make money watching football

Whether you’re football mad or a reluctant watcher, you might want to make the most of your football watching. Here’s how you can make money watching football.

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Savings and Investments

Should you consider the tax affairs of companies you invest in?

There’s a lot to consider when investing, from dividends to predicted performance and many other things. But, should you also consider a company’s tax affairs when you’re investing? Although ethical investing is on the rise and people are talking about it much more, tax is still rarely spoken about. Some people believe paying a fair […]

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Savings and Investments

Is the Deliveroo IPO saga a victory for ethical investing?

Deliveroo ‘went public’ and listed on the London Stock Exchange this week. But, the Deliveroo IPO didn’t go quite to plan – or that’s how it seems at least. But, what actually happened and is it a victory for ethical investing or simply a business decision? This post will cover: What happened with the Deliveroo […]

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Savings and Investments

The lessons we need to learn from the Football Index crash

You may not have heard of the Football Index. And you may well not be aware of the Football Index crash that happened this month, followed by the platform going into administration. But, for some people it’s been devastating. People have lost tens of thousands and, in some cases, even more. The Football Index blurred […]

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Money tips

Why you shouldn’t listen to me

You shouldn’t listen to me. That probably sounds like a strange thing for a blogger – or anyone really – to say. But, hear me out on this one.

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Money tips

The worst financial decisions I’ve made

A lot of the time money bloggers seem to have all the answers and get it right all the time. But, that’s simply not true. We’re all human and we all make mistakes. To boost transparency and show we really are all in this together, I’ve decided to share some of the worst financial decisions I’ve made.

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Everyday expenses

5 Lessons to learn from 2020

It’s been a difficult year for everyone, but some have felt the impact more than others. We’re all facing the same storm, but we’re not all in the same boat. While many are struggling and understandably want to forget all about 2020, to write it off completely would be a waste. Here are 5 lessons to learn from 2020 that I’ll be taking forward with me.

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Savings and Investments

Why you need to understand financial risk

A lot of people ask me how to start investing. It’s great to see so many people engaging more with investing, but it is important to fully understand the risk first. That’s why this post is going to focus on financial risk.