As the rising cost of living continues to stretch budgets with little signs of slowing down, it can be an extremely worrying time for many households across the country. This is especially true for families and can create questions that are difficult for parents to answer.
With the new school term in full swing, many parents are thinking about how to keep costs down when it comes to feeding their children during the busy school day. Here are a few thoughts.
I asked my readers for their own money saving tips for Christmas and here’s what they said. What tips do you have to add?
I think it would be safe to say that there is a lot of anxiety and uncertainty around the cost of living crisis. The weather has been noticeably cooler over the last week but many people are choosing to opt for thick socks and an extra jumper over putting the heating on. It’s not just the heating though, here is a look at cooking appliances.
As the rising cost of living continues to stretch budgets with little signs of slowing down, it can be an extremely worrying time for many people living across Britain. This is especially true for families and can create questions that are difficult for parents to answer.
In the blink of an eye, the school summer holidays are almost at an end, and with September rapidly looming, back to school preparations are fully underway. For parents, getting the kids ready for the start of term can prove a highly stressful and costly experience at the best of times.
Just when we thought household costs couldn’t possibly increase further, two of the nation’s favourite streaming services have announced price increases to come into place this summer. With Netflix’s new pricing structure already underway and Amazon Prime increasing from their annual fee from £79 to £95 this September, Nationwide, many families are looking at their monthly outgoings and deciding whether to cut subscription costs, with one million users cancelling Netflix subscriptions already.
The cost of filling up the family car today hit £100 as the price of a litre of petrol rocketed this morning to 180.7p – the biggest daily rise in 17 years.