The Tricky world of pension transfers

The Tricky world of pension transfers

  Pensions. For most of us who have grown up in the internet age that word triggers images of the old lady in front of us at the Post Office waiting to collect her living allowance for the week. We don’t think about it and just assume that, in many years, we’ll be that elderly person in the Post Office. Chances are that we won’t, the likelihood that any of us will be collecting a state pension when we retire are decreasing, so looking into a private pension is now…

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URGENT – Earn £100 Amazon voucher for 70mins work FROM HOME!!

How the latest Amazon T&C affect those that do Amazon Reviews

Earn £100 Amazon card Not often I put up a blog post on a Wednesday night but I’ve had a company contact me with a FANTASTIC opportunity for you guys and it’s obviously come at a fantastic time of the year what with Black Friday week just around the corner…   Short and sweet, here are the details but in a nutshell it’s a lot of voucher for not a lot of work, well you just have to answer a handful of questions about your use of printer cartridges at…

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How to make money Self Publishing your e-book

How to make money Self Publishing your e-book

They say everyone has at least one good novel inside them and for some people they can turn that novel into cold hard cash! Below is the story of one such person who turned their love of writing into an income online by publishing their e-book themselves!   Hi everyone, I make money every month from loyalties payments from Amazon. This is how I started off … I am one half of an author partnership with my brother, we both read a lot and after an argument over me not…

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The Financial Considerations Before You Buy a Used Car

How Preapproved Car Loans Make Life Easier

  There will come a time where you will need to get yourself a new vehicle; it might be that you simply fancy an upgrade or that you want something bigger for transporting more people. Whatever the scenario the smart move is to buy used, as you can find a huge choice of cars for a great value price; with this though come several financial considerations to make first to ensure you’re getting the best deal. To make this a little clearer for you, here are a few examples of…

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Spreading the costs of home improvements

Spreading the costs of home improvements

Spreading the costs of home improvements When you move into a new home, or you’ve lived somewhere for a while you might begin to spot things you want to change. From a quick lick of paint to more drastic redecorating jobs, changing the look of where you live can be a rewarding, but often expensive, undertaking. Logbook Loans provider Auto Advance share their tips for spreading the cost when it comes to your home improvements. Scaling your home improvements One way to help manage how much you spend on your…

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Budgeting for Christmas

Budgeting for Christmas

Budgeting for Christmas The days are getting colder and soon shops across the land will be filled with people doing their Christmas shopping. For many this isn’t just a time for fun and family but also a time were it is really easy to overspend and run the risk of starting the New Year with shaky finances. Pounds till Payday Loans have provided their budgeting tips for the Christmas period to make sure you can fully enjoy the festivities without worrying about your finances. Setting a budget The key to…

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How to keep your utility bills down

How to keep your utility bills down

We don’t like paying them but bills are one of life’s necessities, they are what keep a roof over your head, keep your TV running and allow you to have fresh, clean water to drink. They are also one of the biggest things that people in the UK struggle to keep up with, according to recent research carried out by iCount over 300,000 people in the UK have been in arrears for their utility bills for more than 12 months. If you are one of these people who are in…

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The Money Shed is 3 years old TODAY!

The Money Shed is 3 years old TODAY!

  3 Years ago on 17th October 2013 The Money Shed was born! The very first post was made by myself on the forum and now, 3 years later we have thousands of users and over 83,000 posts! On top of that we obviously have the Blog which continues to provide fresh content for those interested in money save or money making each week! Did I think it would grow as it has done, in all honestly YES!. I knew there was an appetite for clear and open information when it…

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