Discount Coder reviews the book "Your Money or Your Life" which focuses on changing the way that you think about money.
Payday Angels caution that your retirmement savings won't last for long. A recent report highlights that although the average retirements lasts for 19 years, the average Brit has only seven years worth of retirement savings. Sounds as though many retirees face a choice of a later retirement, keeping working at least part-time or reducing spending during retirement.
Adam of Money Bulldog explains that repairing items such as furniture and electrical applicances versus throwing them away, can save you a lot of money.
Savvy Scot discusses living within your means. I think this is igmored by a lot people who want things now. They don't consider if they can afford to spend that money.
Maria of The Money Principle asks if you are affected by the changes to Child Benefit. It's a tricky situation, as you could argue that benefits should be targeted at lower income households. Why should high income households receive Child Benefit?
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