So it's the 9th March and only now am I finding the time to sit down and reflect on the February financial happenings and set out my goals for March - whoops! February was a mighty busy month for three main reasons: I had plenty of work from my efforts in freelance digital marketing which more than met my goal for side hustle income! Secondly, there has been a large organisational shift at work which has put me in
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1. Put it into an Instant Access Cash ISA
These tend to return around 1.75% pa so you would get an annual return of £87.50. This is a low-risk and low return investment; it would be a good place to hold your emergency fund or to build up some savings for a large investment.
The first month of this year is over already! It only seems like yesterday that I was writing my goals for January 2014 and scanning my twitter to see everyone’s new year resolutions. January was the first month of living out of debt and boy it felt good; now I can look at financial opportunities
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