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Financial Considerations For Pet Owners – What You Need To Know

It is no secret that welcoming a new pet into your home will cost money. There are a wide range financial considerations, from treats and toy to medicine and microchips, pet ownership can sometimes feel like the monetary equivalent of a trying to fill a bucket with water bucket that has holes in it. According

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A guide to save money on unused household appliances

If despite your best efforts to cut costs, your energy bills are still high, it’s worth examining your unused appliances. This is a guide to save money on unused household appliances It’s tempting to believe that switching the switch is enough, but with most appliances still consuming electricity while plugged in and people’s finances being

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10 Ways to Save on Household Expenditure – Money Saving Tips

With utility providers sent to increase energy bills by 80% next month with further significant rises predicted in January and April 2023, impacting millions of people across the UK, you may be wondering how you are going to be able to cope with the increased monthly expenditure. This is in addition to general inflation pushing

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