If you have ever considered having Underfloor Heating installed but always thought it too expensive and only available for the rich and famous. Or you have considered it and explored the plethora of government incentive schemes available only to find them too complex and ambiguous in their offerings, you may be better off than you think.
By looking at financing yourself by using either your own bank or using a price comparison website to get the best deal you can join the ever increasing number of people across the United Kingdom not only obtaining underfloor heating but enjoying the many benefits that come with having underfloor heating installed. In short by spreading the cost of your underfloor heating installation across the lifecycle of a personal finance plan, underfloor heating does become more obtainable to the likes of you and I.
So you just got a raise and you have all these different thoughts going around your head on what to do with it. If the first thing that comes to mind is “now I can buy a new car” or “now I can take an expensive trip to Fiji”, stop right there. Think about how will this benefit your financial status. While it’s nice to accomplish some of these lifestyle goals, they can do more harm than good.
You Are Almost There
Welcome back again to our Best Tips for Saving Money series, we are now on Part 3 and it’s almost Christmas! Yes you heard it right a blog post about saving money this side of christmas, what are we thinking.
This is the second part of our Tips for Saving Money series, if you happened to miss the first part then you can check it out here. So let us pick up from where we left off which was talking about making money outside your everyday job.
From past experience I have found that most people do better with saving money if they plan ahead and set themselves goals to achieve over a certain time period. A typical figure people aim to save is $10,000.
An Upcoming Trend
Working remotely has become quite a popular thing in recent times and there are in fact a shed load of benefits which range from financial to down to your physical and mental health.
Everybody deals with work related stress on daily basis. This can crush your motivation and interfere in your social life. Most people don’t have an appropriate way of dealing with stress which can cause serious damage to your mental and physical health. Understanding and controlling stress is the key to coping with it.
Welcome to the first part of our new series which aims to educate you about all of the cool money saving life hacks that you can take advantage of in your everyday life.
Lots of people use LinkedIn as a means of self-promotion, but are not sure how best to market themselves so that they stand out amongst the many other people also registered on the site.
The first thing you need to do is to create a profile that tells people all about you and how you can help them by the service/product you offer and why you could be an asset to their needs.
Although it’s always nice to spend time around people whether friends, family, work colleagues or other associates there are also reasons why alone time is good for you. The old saying ‘too much of a good thing’ is true in so many parts of life and being around other people constantly is no exception.
Modern technology has meant that even when alone we tend to reach for our phones, computers and other devices so that we are constantly in touch with someone. Humans were not created to be this way; although a sociable species many of us have lost the art of enjoying our own company.