WITH exactly one month to go until Christmas, we let you in on how to save an extra £500 between now and December. According to The Bank of England, the average household spends around £500 more in December than in any other month. If you haven’t planned ahead, it could end with a costly hangover in January but it doesn’t have to be this way. Even though it’s just over four weeks left, it’s not too late to start saving to avoid going into debt over the festive period. By putting aside a little bit of money every day, taking a look at your overall finances and finding new ways to earn cash, you can save enough to cover your Christmas celebrations. Below we share 13 ways to give your bank account a welcome boost in the run-up to Christmas.The amount you can save generally depends on how much time you have, but we’ve added estimated figures to give you a rough idea.Get your finances in order Before you do anything else, you’ll need to sit down and make a list of all your outgoings and in-goings for the next month. You may find it easier to use an excel… Read full this story
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