Sunday, September 5, 2010

Online and mobile banking 'assisting youths to save'

4 from five more youthful savers who use digital banking state it assists them to increase their balances, according to research. Some 81% of 18 to 24-year-olds utilizing online banking and 82% in that age group who use mobile banking state having quick access to their balance in this way makes it simpler for them to put more cash away.

The survey, from Halifax, also found there was a digital divide of viewpoint in between the more youthful and older generations.


Tuesday, August 31, 2010

10 Money Saving Tech Tips for Non-Profit Organizations

Non-profit companies are normally really efficient at achieving amazing accomplishments, while having access to very few resources. One hard-to-find resource is the cash needed to run the non-profit and in many cases, cash generation is mostly dependent on generous contributions on

With incredibly tight capital, it is more vital than ever to invest sensibly. The good news is that many for-profit companies provide unique programs and discount rates to non-profits that result in significant cost savings, or might even be free in many cases.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Junior ISA or kid trust fund? Money Saving Specialist Martin Lewis describes how finest to save for your children

Since April 6, every child under 18 has a brand new Junior ISA (JISA) or Child Trust Fund (CTF) allowance. This enables 4,080 to be saved tax-free. And lots of people are squirrelling away cash for children or grandchildren in them.


Children can earn approximately 11,000 a year tax-free. Unlike adults, the large majority don t have any earnings other than for savings.