Category Archives: Personal Finance

3 Great Energy Efficient Apps That Can Save You Money

There’s an app for everything nowadays. Whilst most of them are pointless or are a fantastic waste of time when you should be doing work, there are some that are incredibly helpful and are usually incredibly cheap. These smartphone apps are for people who want to keep an eye on their energy consumption, whether you’reContinue Reading

Thoughts on What to do With a Tax Refund

If you are lucky to enough to receive a tax refund, it is no cause for celebration. A tax refund is your money in the first place that you have lent to the government interest free. Additionally, this is money that you have not been able to gain value from in terms of something youContinue Reading

Personal Finance Websites are All Across the Internet

The resources that are available via the Internet are vast and limitless it seems. It should come to no surprise than that the information available related to personal finance is abundant as well.  Before you spend money on a product, hopefully it is habit to thoroughly research what the best product is that’s available. ThisContinue Reading

Empty Pockets? What Are Your Options?

Are you currently struggling financially? How can you possibly get out of your situation? I have known quite a few people that have found themselves in this type of situation. Some of them were wise with money and some were not, but because of life’s twists and turns, each of them had a point inContinue Reading

How to Sell Your Old Cell Phones for Cash

You probably have it–the drawer that should be called the cemetery for old electronics filled with cell phones and iphones from the last several years.  Technology advances so quickly now that you no more than by a new iphone and a year or two later, a new version comes out, which, of course, you mustContinue Reading

Tips for growing your child’s nest egg

Saving for your child can be rewarding, and in these current economic times, extremely financially savvy. But where do you start? Take a look at our quick guide to taking those first few steps, from making a budget to choosing from the best junior ISA providers. Here’s where you should begin. Putting some aside DecidingContinue Reading