Some things cost what they cost and there isn’t much you can do, unless you change your life drastically. But what if the changes were small and easy? What could you do with weirdly specific £1,057.50 extra in your pocket per year? Continue reading What you’re likely paying too much for and how to fix it
I moved house. It was an adventure and in this article I am covering how much the adventure cost. Continue reading Finally home.
Landlording in the UK comes with a list of legal requirements and particular challenges. Learn how to get the basics right in this article. Continue reading How to be a landlord in England
Let’s face it – doing ‘nothing’ over the weekend is tempting and will sometimes make you feel great, but most times it does exactly what’s written on the tin for you…nothing. Change that nothing into something this weekend. Continue reading Weekend mini-challenges to help you have a better life
The good, the bad and the ugly of things which crossed MIssionMoney Blog author’s mind recently. Continue reading Happy Monday (22nd February 2021)
I have a story for you today that makes me laugh and rage at the same time. It’s about investment properties, bad banking and even worse estate agents. Let this story be a cautionary one for you, in case your financial institution is allowing you plenty of freedom in what you do online. Continue reading A bad banking system that almost cost me £39,000
This is not clickbait. I actually did that and today I’ll explain the basics of how this came about. Continue reading How I grew my net worth by £40k in 9 months, while making £34k.
Some of us go to work because we love what we do, but let’s be honest, most of us go to work because we get money in exchange. And since we’re having to sell our time and skills, we might just as well do so without selling our happiness with them. Continue reading Toxic work habits which might be making you unhappy
There are multiple financial reasons for why you should consider opting into workplace pension scheme. This article will explain some of the key ones. Continue reading Workplace pension as a tax-optimising option and why you should use this option now
In this article I am covering some of the tactics for a no-spend month which will help you not just survive it, but also not feel like you are missing out or need to stock up before and after. Continue reading How to do a no-spend January without making yourself cry every day