How to get delicious meals on a tight budget

August 28th, 2014 - Posted by

Eating on tight budget

Preparing and eating delicious and nutritious meals on a budget can seem like an impossible task. Many of us are forced to snack on cheap and unhealthy options because it can seem as if the healthier alternatives are so much more expensive – until now that is!

Can YouTube help you save money?

August 18th, 2014 - Posted by

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YouTube is great isn’t it? Not only does it help you to while away the hours by watching the latest viral videos, but you can also upload your own hilarious home movies, catch up on the latest movie trailers and let’s not forget those funny cat videos.

Did you know that YouTube could also help you to save money? More and more companies and individuals are taking to the popular video channel to give money saving and investment advice that will help you to reduce your bills, get better deals and make your money stretch further.

Step by step – A guide to getting your PPI payments back (without using a claims company)

July 14th, 2014 - Posted by

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You don’t have to pay a claims management company to get your mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) payments back. If you’re prepared to do a little paperwork and make a few phone calls then you can claim back PPI payments on your own and avoid hefty fees.

Making a claim is fairly straightforward but it pays (literally) to know the process and all of the possible stumbling blocks along the way. In this mini guide we’ll look at:

The beginner’s guide to credit reports and how to improve yours

June 3rd, 2014 - Posted by

credit scoreA credit report is what helps lenders to decide whether to lend money to you or not. Your credit report can even determine whether you are accepted for a mobile phone contract and other similar contracted products

Understanding the Inheritance Tax: How and Where it Fits Into Probate

June 3rd, 2014 - Posted by


After a death occurs, arrangements must be made by family or the executor of estate for the individual who has passed away. One of the first steps made within this process is to define what the estate is worth from a monetary standpoint. This must be done even before a Grant of Representation is given. Once it has occurred, an inheritance tax may or may not be assigned, based on the value given to the estate. It is important to calculate values correctly, and to follow all rules set out by inheritance tax laws

5 tips for getting the best deal on personal loans

May 29th, 2014 - Posted by

5-tipsWhether you are planning some home improvements, looking for a holiday bargain or buying a new car, finding the best possible deal on a personal loan has the potential to save you hundreds of pounds over the course of several years. Taking on modest, affordable levels of debt is often the price you have to pay for securing the more expensive purchases in life, but by following five relatively simple tips, you can make sure that your debt doesn’t unduly affect your overall standard of

Looking to save at supper time? Give Just Eat a try

May 28th, 2014 - Posted by

just-eat tried and tested awardsEveryone loves a good meal out but if you’ve got kids in tow as well as a busy lifestyle it can seem virtually impossible to actually make it out to a restaurant, especially if you’re trying to save money at the same time. With petrol prices on the rise as well as factoring in tips, beverages etc., a meal out becomes anything but

How obtaining your credit report can save you money!

April 30th, 2014 - Posted by

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Here at, we are all about saving you money. Having access to your credit report can save you more than you think whilst also ensuring that lending decisions are made fairly and accurately.

Let’s face it, borrowing is a fact of life for most people nowadays. Whilst some of us get by with the help of Mum and Dad, that option isn’t always available and even when it is, for some of us it can feel a little uncomfortable. So, in order to take advantage of those 0% credit deals that pop up at regular

6 Weird ways to Save Money

February 7th, 2014 - Posted by

They’re are many ways websites tell you to save money, these usually involve sticking the end bits of soap together to make one bar, or not drinking a daily mug of gourmet coffee. But here we like to think we can take things a little further, perhaps get a bit edgy with our suggestions.

Eat Road Kill

We have been eating wild animals for tens of thousands

Making Money with 3D Food Printers

January 13th, 2014 - Posted by

Can you really make money from 3D Food printers?  
Sitting in front of your computer and the desire to eat a chocolate Kim Kardashian strikes you?

What can you do?

What you need  is a 3D food printer. At CES this year we were treated to two food printers, 3D systems got into the make your food when they bought out the sugar lab from the design team of Liz and Kyle von Hasseln, who developed a 3D printer that creates sugar based models.



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The Chefjet foodie 3D Printer from 3Dsystems does cost a cool, $5,000 (£3,000), which gets you the one colour printer. for about double that you can a multi-colour version. Their are some great designs over at the design boom blog, and I am sure some fancy restaurant is going to buy one to adorn their deserts with an intricately designed sugar sculpture.

And for only a £3k investment doesn’t seem too high to become the go to restaurant in your locale.

Would you get one if it were only £299?  The price of tech always comes down over time, so I am expecting the Christmas cake of 2020 to have a sugared Minecraft Creeper on top.

Watch these videos about the new way to produce and eat sugar.

You could also buy the Foodini, from a Spanish company.

Food printing, or food hacking is going to be seen more and more in 2014 and may be a great way for people to make money and add value to their current food business.

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