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Saving Money on Food

5 Top Tips for Saving Money on Food

  There was an article today in the news regarding food waste. Studies have shown that an average family in Britain throws away about £680 ($1000) of food every single year! This amounts to 7.2 million tonnes of waste food – 4.4 million tonnes of which could have been eaten (over 60%). The article goes […]

How to Get Fit Without Going to the Gym

10 ways to Get Fit Without Going to the Gym

Good morning everyone! This is a guest post from my V.A. Clarisse. Let me know if you want to guest post on Savvy Scot.  I love working out but I stopped going to the gym since last December. Honestly, I’m not really comfortable going to the gym because I prefer to simply stay here at […]

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Planning ahead for your summer holiday

I am not a planner, more kind of a go with the flow person. But I love to travel, and stretch my hard earned cash further when I do. Which is why I always try to plan ahead for a holiday. No kids? Go in low season For summer holidays, there is peak season, which […]

5 Simple Ways to Lower Your Housing Expenses

5 Simple Ways to Lower Your Housing Expenses

Good morning everyone! Over at Reach Financial Independence, I have a guest post from Tina Roth a personal finance blogger at PROFinance blog. She will share a few simple tips to guide you about how to save on housing expenses. Click here to read more…

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How GPS Trackers Benefit Fleet Management with CanTrack.

  What if you could save money on fuel and maintenance for your fleet of vehicles while improving the efficiency of your drivers and reliability of your service, would you be interested? Well, with the most effective GPS vehicle trackers on the market you can quickly achieve those effects; cutting costs, improving customer service and […]

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Get Growing Intro

Whether you tend an herb garden in a container on the balcony of your fifth-floor apartment or run a 100-acre farming operation, mobile technology offers help and guidance for your gardening needs. Grab your smartphone or tablet and allow it to guide you through problems you face and strategies you need to make your gardening endeavors […]

Tips to Save Money When Buying Term Life Insurance

Let’s face it, life insurance isn’t the most exciting purchase that you will ever make, however, it is a very important one. Buying life insurance is the right thing to do for your loved ones. It offers peace of mind for you knowing that your family will be able to maintain their standard of living […]

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5 Reasons To Move To The Caribbean

The Caribbean is not a place you easily forget. From the Bahamas to Saint Lucia the islands are filled with unspoilt coast, volcanic rock formations, glorious waterfalls and stunning rainforests–all of which can be found without the bustle of the major commercial resorts. There is an island to suit everyone. But the Caribbean is not […]

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3 Cost Effective Ways To Promote Your Pop Up Shop

  Opening a well received and financially successful pop up shop requires you to go beyond finding the perfect location and design aesthetic. To reach your target audience and create buzz around your business you need to effectively promote it. As marketing tools themselves, pop up shops are playing a big part in the UK’s […]

Investing to Outpace Inflation

The economy may be slowly improving, but interest rates have remained fairly flat. This is great news for those of you ready to take out a mortgage, but bad news for those of you with any significant savings sitting in a bank account. We have been hearing a lot about how interest rates are going […]

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How to Keep up to Date With Forex Trading

The forex market is the largest market in the world with over $4 trillion exchanged every day. It is also one that constantly changes minute by minute, with currencies fluctuating all the time due to a range of different factors. From political events to current news stories and speculation, huge rises and falls for different […]

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Planning ahead for your summer holiday

I am not a planner, more kind of a go with the flow person. But I love to travel, and stretch my hard earned cash further when I do. Which is why I always try to plan ahead for a holiday. No kids? Go in low season For summer holidays, there is peak season, which […]

5 Simple Ways to Lower Your Housing Expenses

5 Simple Ways to Lower Your Housing Expenses

Good morning everyone! Over at Reach Financial Independence, I have a guest post from Tina Roth a personal finance blogger at PROFinance blog. She will share a few simple tips to guide you about how to save on housing expenses. Click here to read more…

5 Tips For Landlords

5 Tips For Landlords

Everyone knows that property is one of the most popular forms of investment. Unlike shares, bonds, trusts etc. property has an extra safety-net in that people will always need somewhere to live. That said, this by no means guarantees that any property investment is a good one. House prices fluctuate, as do the rental returns […]

Saving Money on Food

5 Top Tips for Saving Money on Food

  There was an article today in the news regarding food waste. Studies have shown that an average family in Britain throws away about £680 ($1000) of food every single year! This amounts to 7.2 million tonnes of waste food – 4.4 million tonnes of which could have been eaten (over 60%). The article goes […]

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What Does An Increased Debt For the Economy Mean For Us As Consumers?

  The economy has recovered. We’re sorted, back to normal, we’re flying again! Well, that is what the government would have us believe, but many are a little hesitant to just believe them and rest assured that we aren’t going to have a repeat of the triple dip recession that brought our country to its […]