With large organisations, it seems like they’ve been around for years, in fact – you probably have been with them for years, your parent used to bank with them so you started to bank with them, my grandad banked with them…You now have this odd feeling of loyalty, you feel compelled to stay with the bank because…’you know – you’ve been with them for years’.
This of course IS NOT AN EXCUSE! Don’t be with someone, just because, that’s not a reason at all. Banks are ripping you off, either financially or customer service wise.
If you’re not happy with your bank, or perhaps, they just don’t give you anything for banking with them, CHANGE TODAY! There are some great deals to be had and some banks customer service is superb.
Just had a fantastic chat with Mr Jonathan MacDonald from the wonderful channel that is Think Up! check them out, Jonathan has got 9 other episodes to watch, all about changing mindset and he tackles some very difficult issues.
We’re talking Money and how to be accountable for it, we also compare Money saving techniques and how similar it is to modern day weight loss programs.
#ITMG #Itsthemoneyguy #Thinkup #letssave #timetosave
Easter… a wonderful time of year if you’re a chocolate lover! We all know that calories don’t count at Easter, however the money expenditure DOES!
So many people spend so much money on Easter Eggs and Chocolate each year when they either don’t have it or when they don’t need too. Check out the video below and let me know your thoughts.
Starting the world of banking at a young age is great for practice, after all – you won’t be taught in school how to handle money. Seems like one of those worldly pieces of advice that your mum or nan might tell you – ‘Save now, whilst you can.’ No wiser words would have been spoken!
Getting in the habits you’ll need for life is essential, it’ll help you better understand the system by the time you get around to full time work. The only thing you can’t do is borrow money until the age of 18. But how would having a bank account at a younger age help? Read on to find out.
PayPal is a very reputable company who wouldn’t try to steal information from you. They possess one or several bits of your personal information, including card details, account details, personal information and possible information about your business.
What happens if they suddenly email you saying that your account has been stopped and you need to log in for further info – STOP!! This could be a scam.
After quite a few months of development, I am very proud to announce the ‘It’s The Money Guy’ App is finally here!
If you’d like to save money, make money, need a money review, would like your business expenditure reviewed PLUS LOTS MORE – then download the app TODAY!
A Direct Debit is a fantastic way to make a payment, they are one of the safest way to pay a reoccurring bill, plus, you usually get a discount by settling your bill in this way, not to mention the fact that you don’t have to remember to do anything, it’s automatic (you do have to make sure you have the money in your bank account though!) Additionally – you also have an insurance policy against it! (Sort of…)
Some people really don’t like direct debits, so I’m going to try and set the record straight and iron out any myths about Direct Debits.
Scams are everywhere, unfortunately its part of life now. Everyone knows someone who has fallen short of a scam. Its a shame that we’ve all had that phone call asking us to put on our computer because there is a fault with the Windows laptop (That we don’t possess!) or the email saying our account has been blocked from the bank (that we don’t bank with)
It’s our problem to try and figure out what is real – what is not. Who is genuinely trying to help and who is genuinely trying to strip us of our money/credentials or data.
My first video to say ‘Hello’ and briefly tell you, in 1 minute, what my plan and mission actually is.
Every Week on Andover Radio 95.9FM, I will be interviewing local people, local talent and local businesses. I want to get to know peoples journey, what they find good/bad/ugly/easy/difficult…I want to know how people found their journey setting up their businesses, peoples opinions on the town and money in general.
I will be filming the interviews too, so please keep an eye out!