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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Stock Purchase – BP 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 – Unilever 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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Filling up the ISA – Use it or lose it

We’re at that time of year when we’re sent reminders to make the most of the current financial year by topping up our ISA’s with their remaining allocation. For 2013-2014, we’re given £11,520 to invest in a stocks and shares ISA or £5,760 in a cash ISA and £5,760 in a stocks and shares ISA.  I…

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Life without Sky TV

There’s a chance that those of you reading this blog outside of the UK, won’t be aware of Sky TV. It’s a Premium Satellite TV company based in the UK. It has over 600 channels. As of June 2013, the company had over 10.5 million customers for it’s TV offering. The UK has over 63…

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Stock Purchase – British American Tobacco plc

When I made the decision to start writing a blog, I knew that I wanted it to be as transparent as possible. Before I started writing, I was busy reading other peoples blogs and tracking their progress. The blogs that stood out to me were the ones that were completely open and honest. They gave…

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Decreasing expenses

If you’re like me and you plan on increasing the amount of disposable income you have each and every month, you have two options – You can either increase your income or decrease your expenses.  I’ve spent a lot of time working on how I can increase my income. I re-focused my efforts at work…

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