According to the Independent, one in four Britons are now making a second income through renting out their possessions, skills and time.
Find out what the Independent included in their ‘Ten ways to earn a second income’.
We’ve pulled together some debt facts and figures courtesy of Credit Action:
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A recent article in The Guardian has highlighted 5 ways to save over £1,000 by:
According to comparison site moneyfacts.co.uk, borrowing habits in the UK have taken a turn for the better after 2010 was reported to be a record year for consumers repaying their debts.
The report by unbiased.co.uk showed consumers were becoming more conscious of their debt levels and wanted to pay off what they owe. However, as a result of this, savings levels steadily dropped during the year.
If you want to cover the potential cost of tuition fees for your children, that is the amount that Family Investments* have calculated new parents would have to save each month from the birth of their child.
This increases to £129 per month if parents delay saving until their child is five.
* Source – Credit Action March 2011 edition