Category Money

How to Set Up a Blog for Just $33 – It’s Easier Than You Think

Many people think setting up a new blog will cost them hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars. While that can be the case, there are much cheaper options. I set up this blog over the weekend for just $33. Before… Continue Reading →

The UK is Heading Into the Longest Ever Recession

Andrew Bailey warns of “tough road ahead” for UK households The Bank of England today raised interest rates by 0.75% to 3.0%. That’s the biggest rise since 1989. The BoE adds that the UK is already in a recession that… Continue Reading →

2 Reasons Why I’m Hoarding Cash, Even as It’s Losing Value

I’m sure it’s the right strategy for me (not for you) The world is starting to get more than a little scary at the moment. Stock markets are dropping sharply, crypto is crashing, inflation is decimating savings, there is a war… Continue Reading →

Another Great Depression Might Be Coming Very Soon — Are You Ready?

This is what the 1929–39 Great Depression was like It’s always good to be prepared for any eventuality. Some are predicting that another Great Depression is heading our way. Would you be able to survive? I take a look at what… Continue Reading →

Do You Love Free Stuff?

You’ll be surprised at what you can get for nothing With the current economic crisis in full swing and expected to get worse, now is the time to start hunting down all that lovely free stuff. There is so much that’s… Continue Reading →

UK Economy Devastated — BoE Governor Warns of “Apocalyptic” Outlook

UK inflation hits 9% with more to come The UK economy is in a state of devastation. Millions of people are using foodbanks, pensioners can’t afford to heat their homes, and families are going hungry. BoE expects “apocalyptic” food price rises That… Continue Reading →

The Economy Continues To Head Over A Cliff

Please prepare yourself with the tips below While experts argue about whether there will be a recession or not, it’s a pointless debate. For most, it will feel like a recession whether it’s technically one or not. Interest Rate Hikes Yesterday, the… Continue Reading →

The UK’s Economic Crisis Has Started — Fasten Your Seatbelts — Severe Turbulence Is Expected

Please make sure you’ve familiarized yourself with the emergency procedures There’s no denying it any longer. The crisis is here and it’s getting worse. The government and Central Bank are still in denial. Maybe they’re just incompetent. Possibly they’re lying… Continue Reading →

There’s a 98.1% Chance of a Global Recession

For many people, a recession is already here. For others, it’s coming soon. The US has already had two quarters of negative GDP growth. In most countries, that means a recession. However, just like Russia claims the war in Ukraine… Continue Reading →

The World Economy Is In A State Of Collapse

The talk of economic collapse is getting louder and louder by the day. I take a look at what’s happening around the world. It’s looking pretty grim. I’ll start with my home country. United Kingdom European Union Turkey Sri Lanka… Continue Reading →

Financial Lockdown is Coming — Are You Prepared? 5 Actionable Steps You Can Take Today

We’ve all been through various Covid lockdowns, but are you prepared for the upcoming FINANCIAL LOCKDOWN? What’s a financial lockdown? That’s a great question. With the covid lockdowns, we sometimes weren’t allowed out. We were locked down at home. Easy… Continue Reading →

11 Ways To Beat The Current Cost Of Living Rise

Use these simple hacks today to save a small fortune With the official inflation rate in the US currently over 7%, we’re all starting to notice that the cost of living is rising sharply. For some, the real inflation is way… Continue Reading →

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