Dividend Income – March

I plan on recording my monthly dividend payments on this blog for you all to see. I have a Goal for 2014 of producing more than £300 in Dividend payments. This post will collate all of the monthly dividends I’ve received to date this year. I will show which companies have paid, and how much…

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Busy Week

That week shot by. How was it for you? I’ve had a lot going on this week. I could have written a post on each section, but I didn’t have the time to do any additional writing. I want to share how my week went in smaller sub-sections and I’m hoping things will return back to…

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Consumer Confessions

Consumer confessions is a safe place that I’ve created on my blog where I can admit my financial faux pas. I hope that there won’t be too many of them, but like most human beings, I am liable for the odd slip up now and again. My plan for this blog is to give full disclosure…

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Share Watch: UK Supermarkets

Tesco / Sainsbury’s / Morrisons The top 3 supermarkets in the UK have all lost significant value in their share prices over the last few weeks. I want to review if there’s an opportunity to capitalise on their low price. Warren Buffet believes in being greedy when others are fearful. Despite them all losing value on their…

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How to pay less than £15 a month for a top Smart Phone model

Smart phones and tariffs come up in conversation now and again, especially when there’s a new, big name phone coming out. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is due out soon, and it’s out to compete against the current Apple iPhone 5s. Someone recently asked me what phone I have and how much I pay each month. Whenever…

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Ebay for additional income and frugal living

I’ve been a member of Ebay since 2009. I originally joined up to take part in the bidding process. Some of my friends had signed up and told me about all the great deals they were getting, and I wanted to bid on some hidden treasure myself. Like a lot of new Ebay users, I…

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Get paid to spend money shopping with Topcashback

I wanted to share with you all my experience of using the website Topcashback (TCB). I heard about it originally on Moneysavingexpert website. Martin Lewis explained how you could earn money by spending money and shopping. I was intrigued! So I checked the site out and to my surprise, it was no joke.How does it work?TCB offer and…

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Goals for 2014 – Amended

Well, I thoroughly enjoyed that spending spree on shares. Is it just me, or does anyone else great a great kick out of the process of buying shares?You start of with the money, you shop around and look for a certain criteria to be met. When you find a company that meets all or most of the…

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Stock Purchase – Pearson plc

After making the decision to fill up my remaining allocation of my shares ISA with some surplus money I had in my cash ISA (£4,745), see Filling up ISA – Use it or lose it, I now had some share shopping to do!I’m still in the early stages of Dividend growth investment, and as you can…

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Stock Purchase – Centrica plc

After making the decision to fill up my remaining allocation of my shares ISA with some surplus money I had in my cash ISA (£4,745), see Filling up ISA – Use it or lose it, I now had some share shopping to do!I’m still in the early stages of Dividend growth investment, and as you can…

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