It can be hard to juggle what’s coming in and going out. If you’re trying hard to make ends meet, or you’re thinking about putting some money aside for a rainy day (or a sunny holiday!) there are lots of small changes you can make that will have a big impact on your daily finances. Here are some practical to make it a bit easier.
Building a budget is the best way of understanding where your money is going every month. Here’s a handy budgeting guide that can help.
Thinking about borrowing?
If you need some extra help when it comes to buying something big like a car or something for your home, borrowing can sometimes be the answer. However, getting a bank loan can be tough, so it’s often a good idea to look at the alternatives.
If you’ve been turned down by a bank for a loan or overdraft why not get in touch with Sheffield Money?
Sheffield Money provide fair, low cost loans which are designed to work for you. They also provide current accounts, give advice on saving money and can even help you with buying white goods.
Making your budget work for you
Our friends at the Money Advice Service provide a range of easy to use online tools that are designed to help you save money by budgeting. Explore this section and take a look at the free tools on offer.
Struggling to make ends meet?
If you’re finding it hard to pay your rent or pay your general living expenses, it’s important that you let us know as soon as possible. Find out more by clicking here.
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