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Festive Spending Tips And Tricks: How To Boost Your Financial Immunity
GETTING PAID EARLY IS ALL WELL AND GOOD UNTIL YOU HIT THAT THIRD WEEK OF JANUARY AND START AVOIDING YOUR BANK BALANCE. Does the prospect of post-Christmas debt cause you serious stress? Often the happiest but also the most expensive time of the year, any good spending habits cultivated throughout the year go out of the window once party season begins. Is there a way to have as much fun as possible during the festive period without risking financial ruin? If you'd asked us a week ago, we would have said, probably not; but that was until Rick spoke to Eleanor Lawrie of This is Money, who managed to convince us otherwise.Here are Rick-Eleanor's top money-saving tips for making your December pay stretch until the New Year and for making the most of the holidays, without going bust.A lot of people get paid earlier in December to allow for a little extra cash over Christmas and New Year. What would be your top tips in terms of how to budget? Find out on the inside page. I think that we can all agree that making more money is a great idea. Finding the time to fit in a second job? That's a lot harder. Luckily though, there are a ton of random things you can do on the weekends to supplement your present income if you don't have the time to (and don't want to) get a regular, more conventional second job. Get creative and think about how you can use skills you already have to make the most of any spare time you have. It can be easy to take your skills for granted. For example, you might be organized. Well, you could use that skill to help someone manage their email inbox and charge for being a virtual assistant Here also include 37 ways to make more money on the weekends (or evenings)
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: 11/15/2020 - 12:00am
On Sale: 11/15/2020 - 12:00am