Perhaps it's the months-long build up coming to an abrupt halt, or perhaps it's the overspending, but the post-Christmas slump happens to us all. This year, try winding down the holiday season with our 12-step program for beating the blues and getting your financial ducks (or reindeer) in a row for 2011!
It’s that time of year, when smokers say they’re giving up cigarettes and lots of us women attempt to forgo chocolate.
How to soften the blow of excessive spending over the Christmas period.
New Year is here, which means it’s time for my least favourite trip to the shops. Nope, I don’t mean battling a million other shoppers to bag a bargain in the sales.
Want to clean up your post-Christmas debts and get your finances back on track in 2011? Then follow these steps.
Christmas time: arguably the most social time of the year, and my phone, the hub of my social life, spontaneously combusted. Okay, I’m being a wee bit dramatic - it didn’t actually combust, but it might as well have.
Forget the latest must have gadget, the gift that really keeps on giving is a financial one.
As part of our campaign to put a stop to drink driving, Julie Townsend, campaigns director at road-safety charity Brake, explains why the problem still haunts our roads, contrary to what we might think..
Here it is – a stripped back, unplugged version of Somebody to Love, the Queen hit I recorded in Confused.com’s recent TV ad.
Brits travel more than 200 miles over Christmas to visit friends and family, according to new research. So it’s worth making sure your vehicle is ready for the roads beforehand with these simple steps.
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