‘Handing over cold hard cash makes you think twice’: the people ditching cards in the cost of living crisis

By |2022-08-30T14:37:05+00:00August 19th, 2022|Behavioural Finance|

With inflation raging and real wages falling, more and more of us are taking an old-school approach to staying on top of spending. Suddenly coins and notes are back in favour A year ago, buying a Starbucks coffee didn’t feel “real” to Samantha Thomas. “It was just tapping,” the 41-year-old private tutor from Wigan says.

So What’s Your Plan for the Bear Market?

By |2022-08-30T14:37:31+00:00August 12th, 2022|Financial Planning, Investments|

A lot of people are stressed out about a lot of things right now. Markets are down. Prices are up for many of the things you need to buy. Interest rates are rising and make it a confusing time to consider buying or selling a house, or making other major financial decisions. This all adds

Revealed: Cost of college for student away from home rises to average €13,305 a year

By |2022-08-30T14:38:06+00:00August 5th, 2022|Education Planning|

The average cost of going to college for a student living away from home in rented accommodation will rise to €13,305 year from September, according to a new guide. It includes the student contribution charge of €3,000 a year, but about 40pc of students are not liable for the contribution because they are receiving a

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