5 Substantial ways to save money

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A great place to start

This year is going to sting a bit, financially speaking. 

Are you spending differently yet?

Have you reworked your budget around your new energy prices?

Our energy bills from 1st April 2022 are going to be enormous. They are going up again by approx another 40% in October, making them virtually double what they were. 

An average user will be paying around £1970 a year dual fuel, but by October this will be about £2900.

That's pretty horrendous.

I can help you as I am regulated & authorised as a partner with UW and can quote in a bespoke way to your needs to include other utility bills like broadband and home emergency cover. 

Bundling them into one account you will have a much easier way to maintain them and the reassurance you'll always be on the best rates for all of them.

Shall we have a bit more of a look?

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Your mortgage

Want to pay less interest on your mortgage?

Looking to buy your first home?

Wondering what options you have as you move towards retirement?

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How much are you paying for all of your insurances?

Car, buildings, contents, pet, life...

The list goes on, doesn't it?

Food glorious food

How much food do you throw away each week?

Too tired to cook properly?

Uninspired & in a rush?

Have a freezer from Narnia & can't find anything?

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Working with a budget

If you haven't already noticed I'm a bit partial to a budget planner.

Have you already started one?

Many people who use one find money they didn't realise they had just because they hadn't organised things for a while.