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Category Archives: money matters
You may remember how thrilled pleased we were in this post Well the mail lady brought another gem of despair monetary news to our door (not her fault, she’s lovely) insomuch as a change in interest rate on our meagre … Continue reading
Big Business is suffering in the Coronavirus pandemic, and if my understanding is correct, they too are looking to the Government for grants to tide them over. Big Business is money or maybe money is big business but I am … Continue reading
The news is full of the Government helping pay wages to those unable to work due to the current Coronavirus pandemic. If I understand correctly, they intend to pay 80% of salaries up to £2,500 per month. The Self Employed … Continue reading
Having just spoken with our completely shattered postman, I can save our council hundreds, if not thousands, of pounds in postage alone, not to mention additional costs for suitable footwear. Excluding temporary accommodation and holiday caravans, there are over 55,000 … Continue reading
I’ve just seen this on Yahoo (link) Apart from the Andrex toilet rolls (I paid £3.75 for 9 in Tesco this month and they are actually the same price in Lidl at the moment) and Weetabix which was over £2 … Continue reading
Well we had our first full bill on the new tariff and smart meters today. You may remember this post and my follow up Our little gizmo is similar to the one in the centre and lives in the kitchen … Continue reading
Being a number cruncher it will come as no surprise that I also wear the hat of Money Manager, and as such, prepare a budget for us every year. As things work out, I am usually a year in advance, … Continue reading
Once in a while something in the headlines catches my eye which generates an opinion bordering on a rant. First of all, let me remind you of this from a couple of months ago: https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2019/09/14/good-news-and-bad-news/ It’s worth a read because … Continue reading
For the past eight weeks, we have been waiting for The Brown Envelope to hit the mat sealing Hubby’s fate following his assessment a couple of months ago. In truth, we received a letter a fortnight or so ago saying … Continue reading