Money advice. Taking control of your finances.


Always keep control of your debts by spending less and saving more. If you are struggling to manage your day to day money, we have got lots of practical money advice tips to help you take control.

Careful budgeting and being more disciplined in the way that you deal with your money will bring you long-term benefits. Creating a plan that allows you to keep track of where your money is going every month (and how much you can afford to pay your creditors) is essential for a debt-free future.

Our debt information section is a great place to start – you will find advice on dealing with creditors, managing debts and looking after your money. For more on money management our budgeting advice section is packed with helpful hints on who to pay first, looking after your money, and what to do if you cannot afford to pay your bills.

1 Know your Finances and Take Control:

Managing your financials is one of the most important things in terms of avoiding any adverse consequences. We at Free Debt Helpline have exceptional experience in terms of managing finances and helping our clients with their income management by providing an insight into their finances whilst recommending the best options available.

Our experts can relay compelling information regarding all aspects of budgeting, managing income streams, providing debt management plans and other advice in relation to money management.

Contacting us will provide you a with some detailed information about your financial status. Through the assessment of your income information that you will provide, we can guarantee to provide the best service in terms of your income management.

Our services including debt advice, debt management, money advice, and other financial related services.

2 Spend Wisely to Reduce your Spending:

It is a universal phenomenon that we spend most of our income on the things that are not included in our shopping lists but we still end up buying them.

Our experts provide an effective insight on managing your finances and allowing you to take control of your income streams to help you secure your savings.

In addition to decreasing your consumption levels, take a look at these exceptional ideas for reducing your daily consumption, giving you a great saving at the end of the month:

Reduce Shopping Expenses Save on Utility Bills
• Form a budget and stick to it. The more you stick to your budget, the better your chances are of saving money. • Use utility in an effective manner and avoid as much wastage as possible.
• Look for substitutes in the market offering the same quality but at cheaper prices. Do not hesitate in buying cheaper goods. • Contact your service provider and obtain information on discounts. Companies offer discounts on direct payments sometimes.
• Opt for markets with economy packages. Choosing brands with unstable income will drown you in debts. • Turn off lights when you are not in the room. Average consumption expenses will cut by 33% with such practice.
• Be aware, look for promotional codes and discount offers. • Use water meters to know your water consumption. Contact your service provider to find out about any offers.

 

Telecommunication Home Expenses
• With the increasing use of the internet, it is better to opt for the plan that is feasible economically rather than data. Assess your need and pick the package keeping your idea. At Free Debt Helpline, we can offer advice on managing your internet consumption according to your income stream. • Look for the repairs and maintain them. It is better to minimize the threat than to face the problem fully grown.
• Instead of buying three different packages of TV, phone and internet, look for a combined package. Companies usually offer a small discount as well as free trials. • Shift to another home that has fewer maintenance expenditures. It will be a one-time effort but it will save you from those extra costly repairs.
• Switch to prepaid mobile packages. It will help to keep track of your income on cell phone expenditures more effectively. • Set aside your mortgage or rent the day you get your salary. This will give you an elaborated idea of your remaining income as well as provide you with the definite structure to plan for your month ahead.
• Do contact us if you need expert advice on managing your cell phone and internet expenditures. • Consider downsizing if possible. It is better to have something than nothing.

 

3 Ways to Boost Your Income Stream:

In addition to reducing your consumption levels, you can boost your income streams through various methods. However, boosting income stream can be difficult, which is why our experts offer extensive information and advice on how to boost your income streams.

  Opt for balancing your daily routines. Set a definite pattern and make yourself consistent with it. Going for a second job will increase pressure on you; however, if you set your routine, the pressure will result in fruitful experience. Remember, the struggle today will help you secure yourself for a better tomorrow.

  If you own a house on rent, ask any friend or colleague to move in with you. This will not only share the expenses but will help you with sticking to your routines more effectively by shifting the pressure of the rent.

  Spend wisely on the most necessary items. This includes internet connection, cell phone, luggage clothes etc. Do not compromise on your necessary items but do not go for expensive items pressuring your budget. In addition, sell unused items.

  Freelancing is one of the most common ways to boost your income. Post your skills online. Eventually, you will get started earning remotely.

Our experts can help you manage your debts as well as financials for improving your income streams. Use our Free Debt Advice Service to get an effective financial plan based on the information in your income stream.

4 How to reduce your spending 

If you are spending less and you are doing the right thing. But could you do a lot more? Here are some ideas on how you can save your money.
 

Shopping:

  •  If you plan your shopping and working on your budget, you are unlikely to make impulse buys or spend more than you want to. Use a shopping list and follow it.
  •  You should never cut back on essential food items - but are there supermarket own- label brands or cheaper brands that offer a better value?
  •  Consider switching to a cheaper supermarket.
  •  Coupons and remember to use them and look out for special offers
  •  There might be reduced grocery items available at the supermarket. Could you take advantage of that?

Gas and electricity:

  •  If you stay with your current provider, there are other ways you could save your money. Most companies offer a discount for paying by direct debit or you could get a dual-fuel discount if you have gas and electricity from the same supplier. Contact your supplier to see if that is available to you.
  •  Maybe you can reduce your energy consumption. There are many ways you can do this such as using loft and cavity wall insulation. There might be free offers available. Call them on 0203 883 8698.

Water:

  •  If you are a low water user, it might be cheaper to have a water meter fitted in. There are also water saving devices that could be used in the home. Contact your water company to find out more.

Telephone, satellite and internet:

These bills can add up so it is worth reviewing the package that you are on to make sure that it offers the best value available. shop around, use comparison sites or check with your current provider. Here are a few ideas for cutting costs:

  •  Change to a combined broadband, phone and TV package. If you bundle all three things in one, it will result in a much better deal.
  •  You should carefully think twice on what you really need. If you can live without those extra TV channels, i. e: you can make substantial savings.
  •  Cancel your mobile phone contract and start using a pay-as-you-go phone if it makes financial sense. With a pay-as-you-go phone you can easily control how much you spend.

Housing:

One of your biggest monthly bills is your rent or mortgage. Moving home is probably a last resort, but if you think it is possible, consider moving or downsizing to a cheaper property.

Increasing your income:

When times are difficult, finding ways to boost your income is not easy but if you are able to work, never give up, keep on looking for opportunities that could improve your situation. If you are already in work, could you take on a second job or increase your hours?

Here are a few other things you must consider:

  •  Are you claiming all the benefits that you are entitled to?
  •  Could you rent a room to a lodger?
  •  Maybe you could get a friend to move in and share the bills?
  •  Do you have any unwanted items that you could sell?

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