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When you have substantial equity, such as a house, that you could base your borrowing on, it is seriously tempting to re-mortgage. But ask yourself this. If you didn’t have the money for a bigger mortgage before, what's changed? And do you honestly, really have

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Did you know that by owning a credit card and not using it, your credit score gets worse? When you think about it, it makes sense, after all, if the credit is not being used there is no opportunity to see if you repay it

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Last week we examined how to cut back on spending and create a life goals budget, this week we look at how to create a monthly savings budget, how to budget with cash envelopes and explore how to evaluate your earnings strategically.   [download id="4055"]   Monthly savings budget

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I recently checked my credit score and, after it being bad as recent as one year ago, it is now classed as excellent. The entire reason for the transformation was that I took out a credit card. I know, I know, it can be a

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Now that you have a brand spanking new budget what better than to organize your savings by opening three new instant savings accounts to celebrate? This will allow you to keep track of how much you have saved up for each goal and means that

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Please download Accessible Psychology’s ‘Financial Budgeting Spreadsheet’ below, to take part in today’s exercise:   [download id="4055"]   Life Goals Budget, Part Two Refer to your filled out ‘Monthly Savings Budget – Five Year Plan’ sheet and record when you will start saving, when you will finish saving and decide

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Please download Accessible Psychology’s ‘Financial Budgeting Spreadsheet’ below, to take part in today’s exercise:   [download id="4055"]   Monthly Savings Budget – Five Year Plan   Now you have how much each of your three goals will cost in terms of money you can incorporate this information into your ‘Monthly Savings

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Last week we explored what to consider when creating a budget and assessing your current spending. This week we examine how to cut back on spending and how to create a life goals budget.   Cutting back on spending   Once I honestly assessed my current spending I evaluated

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