There is nothing quite as exciting as putting your key in the lock for the first time but covid-19 could affect house prices so should you wait to buy?
As far as money is concerned, there are some rules of thumb. These are the classic rules that we shouldn’t break.
You might be worried about the long term effects of Covid-19 on your finances. Here are the easiest ways to save money during a pandemic.
But where do you start? Do you even know what you can afford to borrow? There is a lot to consider before you sign on the dotted line.
There is a lot of job uncertainty and looking at more lockdowns into 2021. It seems the world has got used to this NEW normal as Forbes even discussed where brits may still holiday despite new quarantine rules. Now more than ever, we should be looking to save money where we can and budget for our family holidays.
Working single mums have basically no free time but with covid-19 causing more financial restraints they are looking else where or creating a side hustle.
Financial health is a concern that we all have to keep in mind. We do our best to stabilize our incoming and outgoing money, taking care not to spend too much of our wages but allowing ourselves to indulge in entertainment and good food every now and then. It’s a good idea to be frugal since it’ll help you manage your finances, but what happens when something disrupts the balance you’ve created?
We can all find ourselves in months where we are counting down the days until payday, where every penny counts. For some, this is only temporary. While for others, it can be a struggle that can go on for months. Sometimes, we have the answer right in front of us. If we need a little extra disposable income, then perhaps we need to look at our current outgoings and see where savings can be made.