Taking the time to manage your money better can really pay off. Learning to budget can help you stay on top of your bills and save €1,000s each year. You might be able to use savings to pay off any debts, put them towards your pension, or spend them on your next car or holiday.
One of the first steps to taking control of your money is learning the best way to manage your bank account. There are many types of account and bank card, so it’s up to you to pick the ones that best suit your lifestyle. Types of bank accounts Do you have more than one account? … Continue reading How to manage your bank account
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Some tips and tricks for putting your money to good use
Managing money and making ends meet when you’re on a low income takes careful organisation. So we’ve pulled together some of the best ways to make sure you’re using all the tricks in the book to help you stay in control when you’re on a tight budget.