Looking to start a budget? We're here to help

One of the easiest ways to end up with money worries is not tracking your finances. If you don’t keep tabs on how much you’ve got coming in and going out, you might find yourself in difficulty if you’re hit with an unexpected cost. The answer: get yourself a budget.

The articles below have everything you need to help get your head around what budgeting’s all about, including how to start one and keep it going. Not only will budgeting give you a clearer idea of how much you’ve got to spend, it can also be your first step on the road towards that all-important saving habit.

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All about budgeting

All about budgeting

How create a budget

How create a budget

How to keep on top of your budget

How to keep on top of your budget

How to save money

How to save money

Representative example: £480 loan repayable over 9 months. 9 monthly repayments of £106.56. Rate of interest 133.1% p.a. fixed. Representative 535% APR. Total amount payable is £959.04

Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk

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