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As the Summer holiday draws to an end, many parents may feel relief that the Summer spending now comes to a halt. But wait, it doesn’t end there, a new school year means new everything... right?
Thousands of Pupils across Scotland are finding out how they performed in their exam results today and during the next few weeks, English and Welsh students will also discover how well they have done in their GCSE and A Level results.
Knowing how much control to have over your children’s spending habits is a difficult subject, and there really is no simple answer.
Now the summer holidays have commenced, you may already feel the strain on your purse strings and with 6 more weeks to go it may seem like conquering the impossible to keep the children entertained without breaking the bank!
nimbl's featured blogger, Rîon-Jensen took some time to try out and review our super savings feature, micro-savings. Here's what he had to say:
With statistics predicting a 30% drop in cash volumes over the next 10 years, it’s evident that payments through electronic transactions, such as debit card, contactless and mobile are heavily increasing.
Even though one could argue that money is for spending, it’s necessary to see the equal importance of saving money.
You may have seen #CharityTuesday trending on Twitter, or popping up on your Instagram feed, but what is it and how do you get involved?
Getting children to help out around the house has never been an easy task, but involving them at a young age will not only teach them how to be proactive in the future, but will also build their independence and introduce valuable life lesson skills.
With Father's Day just around the corner, this year why not give your Dad a break... from spending!