If you have children then you know how expensive everything can be these days, activities and days out can work out really expensive for a family. With the rise of the internet, there are now loads of sites to find free kids stuff online. Below are a few of our favourites:
Everyone loves a Christmas movies, especially if there are kids around however a trip to the cinema can end up as a costly day out. There are the travel costs, tickets which can be around £40 for a family not to mention overpriced snacks. This year why not cuddle up at home, stock up on some fancy popcorn from the supermarket, or a warming hot chocolate and watch a classic Christmas movie for free.
I think that everyone knows that smoking is bad for you in so many ways however many people still find it difficult to give up smoking. There has been so much publicity about stopping smoking and all the health benefits that I won’t go into them all here except to say that you know its bad for you and your family. Many smokers have tried nicotine replacement patches and gum and succeeded but I know that a lot of people miss the actual act of smoking itself. If this is the case then maybe trying e-cigarettes would work for you. We are not suggesting that any non smokers start vaping just offering some more incentives to stop smoking. Why not read on and find out more.
Think of it as an introduction. Spread betting is the speculation that involves taking a gamble on the movement price security. The spread betting organizations and companies always quote the two prices. The two prices are the bid price and the offer price. The investors are fond of betting whether the price of an underlying stock is lower than the bid price or higher than the bid price. They do not own the underlying stock in spread betting.
Did you know that all UK savers have a savings safety net for the first £85,000 of cash protected in the event of their bank or building society going bust ? The limit is applied ‘per individual, per bank’. That means that if you have a joint account you both will get back £85,000; or up to £170,000 for both parties.
So if you’re bank or building society hits the buffers you are protected.
All UK-registered savings institutions have to sign up to the FSCS and agree that if one of them goes to the wall, the others step in and jointly repay depositors through the scheme. It’s the quintessential last line of defence for savers in banking crises.