Category: Finance & Economy

  • Should you Promote Small Businesses during COVID-19?

    Should you Promote Small Businesses during COVID-19?

    It is quite evident that nobody is immune to the effect of pandemic’s effect. Unemployment rates have skyrocketed and majorly, the small businesses have been impacted. COVID-19 is no longer just a health crisis, it has turned into a major social and economic crisis across the globe. If we help the small businesses during this […]

  • 5 Ways to Avoid a Universal Credit Scam

    5 Ways to Avoid a Universal Credit Scam

    Universal Credit is a financial aid to help with your monthly living costs. You can rely on this aid when your finances take a severe hit. But what happens when scammers rob you off this money? Learn more about Universal Credit scams and how to protect yourself from one. ⭐Universal Credit Scams ⭐Personal Finance ⭐Money […]

  • Top 10 Financial Scams to Watch Out For

    Top 10 Financial Scams to Watch Out For

    Financial scams can come in all forms and through all platforms. A financial scam is a cybercrime aimed at stealing your money. In this article, we’ll learn about the 10 most common financial scams, how to identify them, and how to protect yourself from one. ⭐Financial Scams ⭐Personal Finance ⭐Money Management We often underestimate the […]

  • 3 Biggest Retirement Challenges & How to Overcome Them?

    3 Biggest Retirement Challenges & How to Overcome Them?

    We all deserve financial security during our retirement days. Not being financially independent after quitting jobs is a matter of concern. However, many of us do not plan our retirement when starting off the jobs. But is that all we need to do? Or there’s more to it? We will discuss the 5 biggest challenges […]

  • Financial Illiteracy and it’s Implications on the Youth

    Financial Illiteracy and it’s Implications on the Youth

    Financial Planning is an important step in building a secure future. However, most people struggle even with basic financial planning. Should things be fixed at a fundamental level? Is the UK school curriculum for financial education enough to teach children how to tackle a financial crisis. This article contains our outlook on the issue. ⭐Personal […]

  • Financial Resilience: Planning a Fool-proof Strategy

    Financial Resilience: Planning a Fool-proof Strategy

    An unprecedented emergency can put your finances to test. Is your financial strategy strong enough to deal with such a situation? Let’s take a deeper look into planning a reliable financial blueprint, to strengthen our financial resilience.⭐Financial Tips ⭐ Personal Finance The year 2020 has turned Britain into a nation of savers. The onset of […]

  • FinTech to the Rescue: How UK Savers are Benefiting?

    FinTech to the Rescue: How UK Savers are Benefiting?

    The FinTech wave has the potential to fill the huge gap by encouraging customers to shop around for better rates. Technology, particularly, in the field of finance is changing the way customers used to transact. ⭐FinTech UK ⭐Money Management UK has become the world’s second-largest Fintech market, only preceded by the US. The vigorously growing […]

  • £7.4 bn Debt Paid Off: Is Britain’s Debt Crisis Winding Up?

    £7.4 bn Debt Paid Off: Is Britain’s Debt Crisis Winding Up?

    A new report by the Bank of England shows that the UK households have repaid £7.4 bn of debt on credit cards and personal loans in April. Is it because of the biggest fall in consumer spending stirred by COVID-19? Or Brits are developing the habit of saving money as they spend a lot of […]

  • Top 10 Tips for Black Friday and Cyber Monday

    Top 10 Tips for Black Friday and Cyber Monday

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday is a chance for customers to make massive savings on a whole range of different products. Here are our ten key tips to ensure you make the most out of sales season. ⭐Personal Finance ⭐Money Matters Black Friday and Cyber Monday is no longer just a US tradition. It is […]

  • Low Consumer Spending is a Sign for a Falling Economy?

    Low Consumer Spending is a Sign for a Falling Economy?

      A country’s economic development and output are measured by consumer spending behaviour. With the index sinking low, is Britain heading towards another economic meltdown? Read this article to delve deeper into facts and insights. ⭐Finance & Economy ⭐Consumer Spending Consumers are always the one ruling component of an economy. Precisely, they are at the […]

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