Esther Shaw

Don’t get caught out when hiring a car this Easter

Written By:Author Esther ShawEsther Shaw

With Easter just around the corner, many of us will be packing our bags and heading overseas in search of sea, sand and sunshine. A lot of holidaymakers will hire a car at their destination, as this offers a quick and convenient way to get around.

Keep costs down this half term without cutting out the fun

Written By:Author Esther ShawEsther Shaw

With February half-term fast-approaching, families will be looking for ways to keep their children entertained during their week off school.

How to shop smart in the January sales

Written By:Author Esther ShawEsther Shaw

Your finances are going to feel pretty stretched after forking out for all the festivities over Christmas, yet it’s all-too-easy to get swayed to splash out all over again in the New Year sales. 

How to ensure your pay packet lasts until the next payday

Written By:Author Esther ShawEsther Shaw

For many people, making their pay-check last until the next payday is no mean feat. In fact, new findings from Scottish Friendly show almost 22 million people worry about making ends meet each month, with four million of these starting to worry within days of getting paid.

How to Cut the Cost of Moving House

Written By:Author Esther ShawEsther Shaw

SEPTEMBER is a busy month for moving house as the market property picks up after the summer slowdown. But as anyone in the process of upping sticks will know, moving to a new home does not come cheap.That said, while there are some costs that can’t be avoided – such as stamp duty, legal fees, the […]

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