Moneynet tackles funding university with new student finance guide

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Other publications in Moneynet’s series of consumer product information guides include: credit cards, mortgages, loans, life insurance, ethical investing and family finance. The website also features a comprehensive glossary for consumers who wish to look up more general personal finance terms.

Resources: (Online banking management tool) (Student finance guide)

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Editor's notes isrepparttar UK’s most established personal finance research and data website. The company offers consumers a wide range of low cost financial products: from mortgages and personal loans; to car, home and medical insurance; credit cards; savings accounts and best-buy fixed rate products. is an ethical, impartial and comprehensive source of consumer finance information, coveringrepparttar 150693 whole ofrepparttar 150694 personal finance sector.

Moneynet was founded in 1997 by Chief Executive Richard Brown to simplifyrepparttar 150695 personal finance market and provide consumers with impartial and interactive information on financial products and services.

Press enquiries Richard Brown, Moneynet Chief Executive, 020 8313 9030

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Expenses A – What Are They And What Can We Do About Them

Written by Henry Tanaka

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Expense Category #3: Taxes

This is an expense that we can’t avoid. There are different ways certain individuals are able to minimize their tax expense. Consult an expert to learn more.

Expense Category #4: Shelter

Shelter expense ranges for every individual. Some people rent a room, some rentrepparttar whole apartment, and others got their own monthly finance payment plan. A lot of prosperous people start out financing a house and while they are doing that, they will be renting outrepparttar 150692 rooms that they do not use. Some will even build extra rooms to create more revenue. Not only they are minimizing their shelter expense, some are even able to totally eliminate this expense. Bear in mind that in order for us to achieve financial freedom, we ought to minimize our expenses.

Expense Category #5: Household

This ought to be your largest category expense. Household includes food, clothing, bills, etc. One ought to try to allocaterepparttar 150693 most budget in this category. Beingrepparttar 150694 largest category, household expense has gotrepparttar 150695 most potential to be minimized. For example, instead of subscribing torepparttar 150696 expensive cellular phone plan, one can choose to apply forrepparttar 150697 cheaper plan and try to limit their cellular phone usage.

Always take note ofrepparttar 150698 day thatrepparttar 150699 bills arrived. Write it down in your calendar. This way, you are able to see your budget clearly. For example, I realized that for my electricity bill, I always receiverepparttar 150700 online bill onrepparttar 150701 26th of every month. In my planner, I will highlightrepparttar 150702 26th and write “electric expense”. Atrepparttar 150703 beginning ofrepparttar 150704 month, always browse through your previous month expense and try to find ways to minimize it.

Take some time to sit down and look at your expense and spend some time trying to minimize it and with a constant practice and more knowledge, you will be amazed at how much money you are able to save every month. I will meet you in my next article forrepparttar 150705 next five expenses. Cheers!

Working together with you toward financial freedom, Henry Tanaka

Henry Tanaka, a college undergrad who's been making a good income online, believes that with the right guidance and teamwork anyone can attain financial freedom through internet. Take a look at his step-by-step method at:

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