Shrinkflation – Staycation – Lunchflation

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What is Shrinkflation? With the cost of food, and basically everything rising, how do companies keep prices within a certain range, and keep us as consumers happy???? Shrinkflation! And what is Shrinkflation??? It is when you buy a product for the same price but receive less of the product. Read this and be enlightened. A […]

Affordable Broadband – Wages Falling


Cutting Broadband Costs There are ways to save on broadband these days, especially when the cost of living has increased so much. This family found a unique way to work around not having broadband. Wages Falling…Falling…Falling I think many of us know that with inflation, our wages are buying less and less….that is what inflation […]

In America….Happy 4th of July!


My Father’s Birthday Was the 4th of July! The 4th of July is a big holiday in America. My father was born at home on the 4th of July, so there was no birth certificate, which haunted him basically the rest of his life. But he was born in America, lived and died there. And […]

Today in UK Debt: 27/05/2022

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Government to Come Up With a Plan To Help With The Cost of Living OK, we are all seeing and experiencing it, the rising cost of living…inflation! However, in a way to defer us to not looking at “Party Gate”, the government is to announce some new measures to help with the cost of living. […]

Today in UK Debt: 21/05/2022


There Are More Jobs Than People Looking For Jobs If we are to believe what is written here, “job vacancies have outpaced unemployment”. Of course inflation is at its highest level, and wages are not keeping up, but there is work out there. Paying For Items Using Your Face or Fingerprints We are moving to […]

Today in UK Debt – 12/05/2022


What is Quitter’s Remorse? Many of us have heard of “buyer’s remorse”, where you may a purchase and regret or change your mind later. But quitter’s remorse? This is where you leave a job, and then realise at the new job… is not all you thought it would be, or was promised it would be. […]

Today in UK Debt: 04/04/2022


The National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage Have Increased As of the first of this month, workers receiving the National Minimum Wage or the National Living Wage will see an 11.9% increase. That is a pretty healthy increase. It is thought this will benefit 2.5 million workers, and put an extra £1,000 annually in […]

Today in UK Debt: 31/03/2022

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Disposable Cash to Drop This Year We all hopefully know that inflation is on the rise, and we will soon feel it….if we have not already. Food prices are going up, petrol is off the chart expensive, and not a good time to feed or have a pet. You can read more here. More Bank […]