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There’s an increasingly big and brilliant haul of stories and advice out there about the pounds in our pockets. Each week, we scour the best of the UK’s personal finance blogs and tell you what caught our eye.
From Pennies to Pounds
From Pennies To Pounds is a blog created by Francesca as a way to document financial tips and tricks on her journey to becoming debt free with a young family.
A guest post from the lovely Sara at Debt Camel, this piece explains how there can be ‘good debt’ and the signs and signals that point toward this. She talks about affordability and the right time to borrow.
Pound and Sense
Written by a 60-something male living in Staffordshire, this savvy author remains nameless. He’s sharing some great ideas about all things money saving, money making, and enjoying life.
A bit of an old post here but it’s very relevant, nonetheless. This piece looks at the investment possibilities offered by property crowdfunding. Pound and Sense explains what property crowdfunding is, why you should choose it, what are the risks, what are the bonuses of it.
Top author of Family Budgeting, Thrifty Home, A Beautiful Space, and Emotionally Healthy Kids, Becky Goddard-Hill talks all things money across a wide range of topics! Check out her other blogs, too – if you haven’t already.
Are men better savers than women? If so, why? Becky looks into why men seem to save more than women. Perhaps a post like this could help some not-to-savvy savers realise the error of their ways?
A recent music graduate, Phoebe is writing her way through her first job.