The Complete Guide to Money for Normal People

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Financial Dictionary

I noticed that a lot of companies use fancy terms, big words or random acronyms just to confuse us. When we’re confused they can use their little tricks to subtly take our money from us. Getting richer as we…

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Loan Calculator

So you’re thinking of taking out a loan to pay for something? A loan is big commitment and isn’t free money! You have to pay back interest on the money that you borrow. Sometimes, depending on your credit history,…

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Running a House Calculator

So you’re planning on buying a new house & already understand all of the hidden costs involved in the buying process! What most people forget are the hidden costs involved in running & keeping your house. Remember that you…

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Buying a House Calculator

Buying your own house is a massive achievement! But, in the excitement of searching for the perfect house we normally forget all the other hidden costs to buying a house. So, we’ve put together a quick calculator to help…

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Salary Calculator

The amount we earn has a massive effect on how much wealth we can generate & keep! So we’ve put together a quick calculator to help you understand how much money you make each month from your yearly salary.…

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Property

How to Find a House to Rent?

So you’re looking to move & rent a new house? It’s really easy to find a place that you love & feel comfortable with. I always recommend searching online, you can look at so many properties really quickly &…

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Property

What is Council Tax?

Council Tax is just a yearly fee that your local council charges you. You usually pay it over 10 monthly instalments and if you live alone, earn a low income or if you’re a student, you might be able…

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