As the battle for early Christmas sales begins on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and with the popularity growing in the UK for these ‘American Imports’, an online voucher code website looked to see where and why it all started. They also looked to see which the biggest day last year was for sales in the US and the UK, and how retailers are planning this year’s events to make the most of these key shopping days.
Investigating further www.MyVoucherCodes.co.uk explored where both Black Friday and Cyber Monday days originated, they also looked ... Read more »
We’d all like to get a better hold of our money but, then again, we also love spending it. We have the basics of personal finance down (for the most part) but when it comes to the big items like retirement, investments, and funds, our brains go into static.
This post isn’t about those big items – it’s about the low-effort decisions that save money because, let’s face it… these are ones you’ll actually do (and can do today).
Renegotiate on Student Loans
Many of us have student loans, so it’s worth a shot to call your student loan ... Read more »
Many individuals lost their jobs and livelihoods during the 2008 financial crisis. As a result, hopes and dreams were dashed. The world was on the brink of a financial disaster! People with jobs attempted to hold onto what they had while others scrambled to become employed. I remember the time when I lost my job. My entire department had been let go due to lack of sales. Despite losing my job, it was not the end of the world. I ended up getting better opportunities and being better prepared in case this happens again. You too can ... Read more »