Whether you live in a rental property or have taken the plunge and purchased your own home, like the vast majority of UK adults, you will typically have to fork out a rather hefty payment every month to cover the cost of your rent or mortgage. Unlike the more luxury monthly payments, such as TV subscriptions and gym memberships, keeping up with your rent or mortgage payments means having a roof over your head and a place to call your home.
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If you’re in debt, figuring out where to start to get back on your feet can be a challenge. Thankfully, even small changes can help you to rebuild your financial health and get out of debt. Our prepaid Mastercard® and current account is a great debt reduction tool that can help you to get back on your feet. Take a look below at all the ways an icount prepaid Mastercard® could help you!
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When considering a new financial product, it’s good practice to compare your options in order to make sure you’re getting the best deal, and the same goes for prepaid cards.
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Another year brings another opportunity for a summer family holiday! We all love getting away with the kids for a week or two of sun, sea, sand and quality time together, but it seems like every year, it’s getting more and more expensive to do so.
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The new year represents a new start for many of us and is the perfect time to commit to getting on top of your family’s finances. From day-to-day budgeting to saving for holidays and large expenses, family prepaid cards can be an incredibly useful tool to help you get on top of your financial health in 2018 and beyond. Read on for our best family budgeting tips and how to get the most out of a prepaid card.
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Prepaid cards can be a great alternative to traditional debit and credit cards for many people. If you’re weighing up the pros and cons of prepaid debit cards, the security of your money is sure to be something you’re thinking about. Read on for our ultimate guide to the security and benefits of using prepaid cards.
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With the new year almost upon us, it’s time to think about how you’ll be changing your financial habits in 2018. If you’ve been putting off creating a monthly budget or you’re looking for new ways to save money, the new year provides the perfect opportunity to achieve your financial goals.
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With the new year quickly approaching, now is a great time to make a commitment to boosting your financial health. If you’re deciding on 2018 New Year resolutions, take a look at our guide to easy financial resolutions, that will help you to take control of your finances over the coming year.
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If you find yourself tipping over your seasonal budget year after year, now’s the time to assess the root cause of your overspending.
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For some of us, the reality of our December spending spree only hits once January comes around and we’re slightly strapped for cash. This begs the question, just how much do we spend at Christmas and during December on the whole?
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