What Is the Best Type of Debt Consolidation Loan?

For anyone, dealing with debt can be an incredibly emotional, and frustrating experience, particularly when you’re struggling to get control of your finances. Whether you are dealing with consistent medical debt, credit card loans, or a mortgage you simply can’t afford to pay, money worries can easily leave you feeling overwhelmed and even depressed. If… More


How to Get a Loan When You’ve Got Bad Credit

Let’s face it, keeping an incredible credit history isn’t always as simple as it should be. Just because you’ve had problems with money in the past doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re going to be careless the next time you get credit. Unfortunately, a poor rating could make it harder for you to find the loan… More


6 Simple Ways You Can Fund Your Gap Year

Dreaming of some time spent away from the stresses of school? You’re not the first person to feel that way. In fact, countless students decide to take a break from their education with an interesting type of vacation known as a gap year. A gap year can be the perfect opportunity to revitalize your spirits… More


Brexit and Other Perplexities for the Small Investor

Even if you don’t have a lot of money to invest, you want to make the most of your investment. With so much information flying around online and off, and with so many choices available, choosing an investment that offers the best balance of return, income and volatility can be a true challenge. Making that… More


Green is the Way of the Future, But at What Price?

There’s no getting around the fact that global warming/human-induced climate change has become the province of ideologues as well as scientists. Arguably the ideological battles are more heated (in a manner of speaking) in the United States than in the UK, but the environment is the subject of political controversy on these shores as well.… More


Simple Tips For Finding Cheaper Train Tickets

Spend a lot of your time on the tracks? Then you need to make sure that you aren’t spending all of your money there too. Though getting a train to work might be cheaper than paying for your own car, or taking the train to your next vacation could mean that you save cash on… More


Key Ways to Spend Less Money on Clothes

On average, the modern household spends about 2% of their budget on clothing. Although clothes might not be the biggest thing we spend cash on, it’s still something that we can certainly trim back on if we’re looking for ways to save cash. You might think that the easiest ways to reduce your spend on… More