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New year financial boot camp: Cut your grocery bill

New year financial boot camp: Cut your grocery bill

Are you ready to kick start the new year with a bang? To help you do just that, I have put together a month long financial boot camp, with one or two tips per week and a call to action. Together, we will review several aspects of your financial life to make sure you start […]

Changing my life into a healthier me

Changing my life into a healthier me

This is a guest post from Clarisse, my VA, about how a medical scare made her form new healthier habits. Enjoy!  It was a Saturday morning, June 7th, my mom’s birthday, my husband and I decided to treat my mom and the whole family to a Filipino restaurant. When we were all dressed up and […]

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How to keep a long term travel budget

I have been in Madrid for about two weeks now, and will spend another 2 1/2 weeks in Europe before going back to Guatemala. Traveling long term is what I like to do, because you don’t have to rush from one hotel to the next, I hate packing, I always forget something in the hotel, […]

Moneystepper 2015 Saving Challenge

Moneystepper’s 2015 Saving Challenge

Fancy a new challenge in 2015? Want to save more money and become wealthier? If you do, Moneystepper.com may have just the thing for you. The Moneystepper 2015 Savings Challenge is a free community where participants in the challenge are working together to accelerate their climb up the steps to financial freedom. So, how does […]

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Choosing a charity to support? Take on board what your customers think…

Recent research has cast a light on what the public thinks about charities – from pay and transparency through to the perception of political campaigning. What can businesses learn from this when selecting a charity to support? Why get involved? Assuming it’s done in the right way, all parties can gain from corporate charitable involvement. […]

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Greyhound ownership: is it worth a punt?

The anticipation before the big day, the thrill of the race, the presentation, the winner’s enclosure… Many a keen punter has at least looked into what it takes to get involved in racing as an owner. The answer, as a glance over a Tattersalls list soon demonstrates, is generally spare cash – and plenty of […]

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Finding your perfect financial match

With online dating, the whole world of dating has changed drastically. Now in just a few clicks, you can decide if the person is worth another minute of your time, or just give up on what could potentially have been a great relationship had you met face to face. I am no expert in online […]

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Real estate crowdfunding, the hassle free property investment

If there are two things we like here at The Savvy Scot, it is real estate and alternative investments. Remember that time when we talked about two couples taking a mortgage together to get a bigger house? Well today I would like to review another alternative way to invest in real estate: crowdfunding. Yes, just […]

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The Top 10 Celebrities We’d All Love To Go Yachting With In 2015

Meet the world’s top ten celebrity yacht companions for 2015… These are the celebrities to be seen with now; the ones you’ve been dying to be seen with, network with to take your business idea to the next level, which will make for the best selfies to make your friends jealous, and just have the […]

Make money blogging for extra income?

Isn’t it everyone’s dream to make money passively? Well, today let’s explore blog money. First of all, just so you know, blogging isn’t really passive. Unless you are a real pro, and are able to set up a dozen of niche sites in a couple of days and let them make money with Adsense for […]

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Best Personal Finance Apps

  Keeping track of your finances can be a lot easier if you have an app to refer to while you’re on the go. Personal finance apps can log your spending and savings, allow you to access vouchers to save money while you’re out and about, record your debt status and even document meter readings […]

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Eating Well and Saving? Yes, it’s Possible!

Eating well is important not just for our taste buds, but also for our health. Being sick is not just a bad feeling, but it also costs a lot, so it’s better to be avoided. Eating healthy can put a serious dent in our monthly budget, though, as fresh fruits and vegetables are quite costly, […]

Don’t Panic: It’s Tax Season

Have you taken a good look at your financial goals for the year? In less than three months, Americans will face one of their most dreaded dates of the year: Tax Day. While some are eager to get their taxes completed because they’re expecting a refund, others will worry about the amount of income tax […]

New year financial boot camp: Cut your grocery bill

New year financial boot camp: Cut your grocery bill

Are you ready to kick start the new year with a bang? To help you do just that, I have put together a month long financial boot camp, with one or two tips per week and a call to action. Together, we will review several aspects of your financial life to make sure you start […]

New year financial boot camp: Challenge your council tax banding

New year financial boot camp: Challenge your council tax banding

Are you ready to kick start the new year with a bang? To help you do just that, I have put together a month long financial boot camp, with one or two tips per week and a call to action. Together, we will review several aspects of your financial life to make sure you start […]

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The Unexpected Investment: Personalised Number Plates

It turns out that a personalised license plate isn’t just for the show offs, it can also be for the savvy. A personalised registration can work as a sound investment. As trends ebb and flow so too does the value of a license plate. A simple 1D plate warranted £352,000 when sold in 2009 at […]