In this article we’ll look at what sells on eBay, but if you’re new to eBay read our guide how to make money on eBay first.
James Winterbottom has been a debt advisor for six years. Away from work he is an amateur app developer and writes fiction. James is a lifelong supporter of Huddersfield Town football club, which suggests he is either very loyal or very daft. He also likes to talk about himself in the third person in bio pages.
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What’s happening in the world of debt and money news? We’ve got a round-up of the most important stories this month… Continue reading »
This has been one of our most successful articles since it was first written in 2013, so we’ve updated and republished it for 2017.
Being in debt doesn’t mean that you can’t have dreams. So if you’re in debt and hoping to get on the property ladder then it’s natural that you may think “Can I get a mortgage if I’m on a debt management plan?”
There isn’t an easy answer to this question because every situation is different.
However, we can tell you a bit about what your chances are.
Mobile phones can be expensive but you can also use them to save money. We’ve found four apps that can help you save money in different ways. From tracking your spending to sourcing out cheap restaurant food, we’ve got apps that can help you save a few quid.
We each picked a money-saving app, downloaded it and put it through its paces. Our reviews tell you the good and the bad about each, and how we got on with them. Continue reading »
This month’s news has been dominated by the upcoming general election, but if you dig beneath the surface there’s still plenty going on in the world of debt and money.
We’ve scoured the web to find the most interesting stories that could have an impact on your wallet, without a mention of the general election to be seen (apart from when I mentioned it just then). Continue reading »
Everyone likes a little treat every now and again, but when you add them all up it can cost you an awful lot of money. Even something as small as a coffee a day could cost you hundreds of pounds over a year.
Little habits can add up to big costs. That’s why we wanted to highlight some of the bad habits that will leave you wondering where all your money has gone.
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This year has been the busiest ever year for the MoneyAware blog. We’ve had more than 1.4 million visits to the site and the year’s not even finished yet!
We don’t like to blow our own trumpet but we’re pretty pleased about how many people we’ve been able to help with our articles.
Here’s a round-up of the most popular blogposts we’ve had in this bumper year for the blog.