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    RESEARCH suggests that last year, the average person in the UK spent over £500 on gifts alone during the festive period. But as the cost-of-living crisis soars, millions of families across the nation are looking for ways to cut the festive costs this year - and here, the experts at Hey Discount have shared their top tips. 3Christmas can be a stressful time for many - but there are ways to save money when shoppingCredit: Getty “There can be a lot of pressure around the festive season to splash out on gifts for our loved ones, but in the current financial climate, many of us will be looking to save money where possible,'' said Patrick Dever, Director at Hey Discount. ''There are several ways in which we can show appreciation and love for our family and friends without over-exerting ourselves and our bank balance.'' Discount codes Who doesn't love a good bargain? And surprisingly, the Christmas period is where shoppers can get their hands on the best deals. If you're still looking for treats for your close ones, Patrick advised...
    A property guru who has made millions of dollars selling homes has shared secrets on how you too can cash in big - even when the market is bad - and revealed the most common mistakes the people make flipping houses. Justin Giles, 38, is a real estate investor from Atlanta, Georgia, who has a net worth of $14 million. According to the self-made millionaire, he has accumulated his massive wealth just from buying and listing properties - and he has now shared some tips on how others can earn an enormous profit by taking advantage of the real estate market. He insisted that you don't need a lot of cash, good credit, or even a background in real estate to become a mogul like him, as long as you follow his advice. A property guru who has made millions of dollars selling homes has shared secrets on how you too can cash in big - even when the market is bad Justin Giles, 38, a real estate investor from Atlanta, with net worth of $14 million, said he has accumulated...
    HANDS up if you're easily influenced by persuasive adverts or marketing campaigns? Well, with Christmas fast approaching, there will soon be temptations everywhere you turn. 2A money-saving -guru Liz Edwards has shared the four things that she won't be spending her cash on this Christmas. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty 2Liz Edwards (pictured) urged people to spend their money on items that’ll give them real value this festive seasonCredit: Chloe Morgan But with the cost-of-living crisis causing prices to skyrocket, it's likely this festive season is going to expensive - so it's important to spend your money on items that’ll give you real value. Speaking exclusively to Fabulous Digital, money-saving guru Liz Edwards, who is Editor-in-Chief at personal finance comparison site, finder.com, reveals the four things she'll be avoiding to save cash this Christmas... Vouchers as gifts Let's face it, many of us have got an 'experience day' voucher gathering dust in a drawer that we've completely forgotten about. "Chances are, your expensive voucher has expired, or you’ll have to use it on a Tuesday in March, or maybe you could...
    WITH the cost-of-living crisis causing energy bills to soar, people are looking for clever ways to cut back on costs. And according to one money-saving guru, there's a quick and easy way you can make your rooms warmer without spending any more money on heating.  4A TikTok user has told how a roll of tin foil could help to beat rising gas and electricity bills amid the cost-of-living crisis. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty 4The 30p hack works by reflecting heat back into the room rather than allowing it to escape through the walls of the houseCredit: TikTok/@the.cosyclub @the.cosyclub Cosy cost cutters ❤️‍???? Gas prices are crazy so we’ll keep you cosy ???? We realised how much you loved the foil hack, so we had to show you guys how to make it even better!✅ #fyp #foryou #winter #energycrisis #DidYouYawn #keepingwarm #diy #lifehacks #doityourself #hacks #winterhacks #love #aesthetic #lifetips #goodvibes #satisfying #diys #us #uk ♬ Cool Kids (our sped up version) - Echosmith The answer? A roll of 30p kitchen tin foil. TikTok user @the.cosyclub, who regularly shares cheap...
    CHRISTMAS is a very expensive time of year - with everything from presents to a festive feast to fork out on. But with prices sky rocketing as a result of the cost-of-living crisis, it's no surprise that families are starting to worry about the costs of the upcoming few months. 3Lara Joanna Jarvis revealed the five Christmas foot items it's worth buying now - including chocolate (pictured)Credit: Tiktok/@lara.joanna.jarvis 3The money-saving guru recommended purchasing your frozen turkey nowCredit: Tiktok/@lara.joanna.jarvis But the good news is, a money-saving guru is on hand to help... Lara Joanna Jarvis took to TikTok and shared a video where she advises the best way to help spread the cost of Christmas - and the five items it's worth buying now. First up, the money-saving pro says it's never too early to start stocking up on alcohol. "There are loads of offers at the moment and it's a great thing to buy in advance," she says. READ MORE ON MONEY-SAVINGHOUSE ABOUT IT I’m a money-saving mum - how to make £10k spotting empty houses in your area Next...
    WITH Christmas less than 11 weeks away, the countdown is officially on. But with the cost-of-living crisis putting a strain on finances, chances are you're worrying about how you're going to be able to afford your 'usual' Christmas. 3A money-saving guru explained how you can financially prepare for the Christmas in the next 11 weeksCredit: Getty 3The savvy mum advised adding one item to your weekly list in the lead up to December 25Credit: TikTok/@myfinanceedit Well, one savvy money-saving guru has come up with the perfect solution to stop you worrying about your finances. TikTok user @myfinanceedit posted a helpful video explaining how you should add one additional item to your weekly shop from now until Christmas. The list includes: A box of chocolates, bottle of wine, stuffing and gravy, oil or duck fat and bin bags. Other items she advises should be added to your shopping list are sharing crisps, herbs and spices, ice cream/gateau, juices/cartons, biscuits and mince pies. READ MORE ON MONEY-SAVINGTHAT'S THE SPIRIT! I'm a money-saving guru - three things you should never buy at...
    A MONEY guru shared her side hustle that’s so easy you can do it on your lunch break. TikTok user @official_coacht has over 32,000 followers on the platform, creating content on how to start your own business and make money from side hustles. 2A TikToker shared the easiest side hustle for beginners looking to make extra moneyCredit: TIKTOK/official_coacht She shares a step-by-step of one hustle that’s extremely easy for beginners. “You can literally do it at lunch,” she claims. She mentions a website called We Are Fabric and recommends making an account. “Next up, you gotta create your Cashtag handle so they can start sending you money through this debit card immediately,” she added. READ MORE SIDE HUSTLESBABY LOVE I started a side hustle on maternity leave - it now makes me $20k a monthEASY MONEY My easy side hustle earned me $1,300 in just one hour without doing any work Then she says to start watching ads, showing a McDonald’s one as an example. “After all, these companies want to pay you for your opinion while you eat lunch,”...
    WHEN the festive season arrives, it's all too easy to get carried away and splash the cash in a bid to get into the Christmas spirit. But according to one money-saving guru, not everything is worth the money. 3Money-saving guru Mandy shared three things she thinks people should stop buying every ChristmasCredit: tiktok/@mandyyourtiktokmum 3On Mandy's list was light-up gin bottlesCredit: The Sun @mandyyourtiktokmum Suggest some other ridiculous ideas you only ever see at Christmas and ill make a part 2 #frugalbutfabulous #frugalliving #christmas2022 #yourtiktokmum #giftbetter #frugalchristmas ♬ Nazareth - Nativity! Cast Mandy, who posts under the acronym @mandyyourtiktokmum, took to TikTok and revealed the three things you should not shop for this December. In the clip, she begins: "I am the Queen of Christmas and not at all scroogey but I think these three things you really should just leave them on the shelves this year." Taking Mandy's number one spot are musical biscuit tins. "No biscuit was ever enhanced by a wind up biscuit tin and the prices triple," she quips. Next in the firing line...
    A MONEY-SAVING guru has shared her top tips on how to look after the pounds when it comes to your weekly food shop.  Social media influencer Lara Jarvis, whose profile is @lara.joanna.jarvis, has built a huge online following sharing hacks and advice on how to save money – and they’ve never been more important with rocketing bills due to the cost of living crisis.  4A money-saving guru has shared her simple tips to make your food last for longerCredit: Lara Joanna Jarvis - Tiktok Now, exclusively for Fabulous, Lara reveals all of the simple tiny tweaks you can make that will go a long way – from ignoring best before dates to her genius kettle hack. Speaking about what to bear in mind when browsing your local supermarket’s aisle, Lara tells us: “There’s a difference between use by and best before dates.  “I usually ignore them all and rely on a sense of smell and look to see if they are ok – I often eat veg that is past its BBE by weeks as it’s still fresh. “I’ve noticed...
    THE cost of living crisis has seen millions of people reign in their spending habits in a bid to save money. But according to money-saving guru Liz Edwards, who is editor-in-chief at the price comparison site www.finder.com, there are a few things worth buying now. 2A money-saving guru has revealed the things worth buying now before prices sky rocket. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty 2Liz Edwards (pictured) explained that September is the perfect time to look for new mobile phone deals and second-hand carsCredit: Liz Edwards From mobile phones and cars to early Christmas gifts, Liz has spoken exclusively to Fabulous to reveal the best bits to purchase in the sales - before prices skyrocket. BUY IN THE OFF SEASON Purchasing blankets and other heating devices may seem like a bizarre choice while it's still warm. But according to Liz, September is the best time to stock up on things you’ll need in the depth of winter. "Once the weather turns, electric blankets and portable radiators are likely to go up in price and sell out," she warns. "Some electric blankets...
    WHILE the rising temperatures confirm that summer is well and truly still here, time flies and before you know it, Christmas will have arrived. But with the cost-of-living crisis effecting households across the country, chances are you haven't got spare cash floating around to splurge on luxurious gifts. 3Mandy has shared her top tips on how families can have a frugal ChristmasCredit: tiktok/@mandyyourtiktokmum 3The money-saving guru revealed what you can do with a glass carafe and tumbler setCredit: tiktok/@mandyyourtiktokmum Well, thanks to one savvy money-saving guru named Mandy, you don't have to. Instead, she's taken to TikTok to share three money-saving Christmas gifts to buy now and save for later. And perhaps the best part? They're all under £10 from Wilkos. In the clip, Mandy begins: "So I've just been to my local Wilkinsons and there's so many bargains to be had at the moment." Holding up a glass stack jar which was reduced to £8, she continues: "These are reduced to £4, fill them with sweets and that's going to cost around £3 - and then you've got...
    FROM the price of a venue to catering and the evening entertainment, any bride-to-be will know that a wedding day doesn't come cheap. But it may surprise you to hear that the average cost of getting hitched has steadily increased since 2012, to an astonishing £31,974. 1Money-saving experts have shared top tips on organising a highly personalised wedding that won’t break the bank. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty During the pandemic, many couples were forced to opt for unconventional weddings that looked far from traditional and, significantly, didn’t cost tens of thousands of pounds either.  Co-founder of money-saving website, Choosewisely.co.uk, Tara Flynn and the team spoke with recently married couples who were forced to change their plans dramatically because of the pandemic. Now, they've shared top tips on organising a highly personalised wedding that won’t break the bank... Design digital wedding invitations The cost of wedding invitations can vary depending on a whole host of factors - including the type of invitations wanted and the number of guests they’re being sent out to. But according to money-saving experts, there's a very simple way to cut back on the cost of wedding...
    WITH summer just around the corner - though it hasn't felt that way in the last few days - many will be looking to upgrade their wardrobe. For those looking to bag new dresses and other garments - colour blocking is the trend to look out for - one fashion lover has shared a hack that will save you money at H&M. 2Hannah's haul and Get Ready with Me videos have amassed her a total of 11,100 likes on TikTokCredit: tiktok/@hannahgaiger 2For the trick to work, avid ahoppers will need to download the H&M app on their phonesCredit: tiktok/@hannahgaiger Taking it to TikTok, Hannah Gaiger explained how to bag items for cheaper the next time you visit the high street retailer. Rocking a white sleeveless bodysuit and a pair of denim bottoms, Hannah explained that for this money-saving trick to work fellow fashion lovers will need to first install the H&M app on their phone. ''When you go in store, get the label and then scan the label,'' she said. This, she explained, will take you to the brand's website...
    IT TURNS out there might be more life left in your eyeliner than you think. A beauty guru revealed how to revitalize your eyeliner when it’s dry, saving you a trip to the store and money. 3A beauty guru revealed how to make your eyeliner last 3She described it as a game-changing trick “So apparently if your eyeliner is dried out like this, all you have to do is take it, dip it back in, and it’s supposed to completely work again,” TikToker and beauty expert @youngcouture revealed in a video showing the described process. In an attempt to prove the hack true or false, the guru tried it for herself. First, she pulled the felt tip of her eyeliner out of its container with a pair of tweezers. Next, she dipped the dried-out pointed side into the container and swirled it around to pick up any remaining product. The beauty expert then put the tip back in with the point sticking out and drew on her hand with the revitalized eyeliner pen. It created perfect lines with enough product...
    A top marketing guru claims Australia's new campaign won't convince anyone to get vaccinated, but a distressing video for Sydney's lockdown will be very effective. Siimon Reynolds, who was behind the 'Grim Reaper' AIDS campaign in the 1980s, said the $21 million 'super weak' ad series to encourage people to get the Covid-19 jab was a waste of money. The video, which was rolled out across the country on Sunday, asked Australians to 'arm themselves' with the vaccine - and features a range of people of different ages lifting their sleeves to show they've had the jab. Mr Reynolds was not impressed with the 'weak' messaging and dubbed the effort a 'colossal waste of money and a terrible missed opportunity'. Siimon Reynolds (pictured with TV host Kathryn Eisman in 2017) created the famous 1987 advert warning Australians about the grave dangers of HIV and AIDS 'You can't simply just have someone's arm with a band aid as a way of changing millions of people's points of view,' he told ABC news. '"Arm yourself against the vaccine" is super weak and it...
    STRUGGLING households can follow Dave Ramsey's "seven baby steps" to pay off debt and get their finances back on track. The radio personality and money guru helps Americans through his paid-for plans. 1Money guru Dave Ramsey helps Americans get their finances on trackCredit: Fox Earlier this month, a nurse practitioner revealed how she was inspired to pay off $260,000 worth of debt in just eight months with his help. By following the Dave Ramsey plan, Alexandria, 30, not only cleared her student debt but also built up a substantial rainy day fund. She is now also looking to get into real estate to make her money work even harder. If you're keen to follow her footsteps, below we explain the seven Dave Ramsey steps to get out of debt and to achieve financial freedom. How to get debt help for freeIF you’re struggling to pay your debts month after month it’s important you get advice as soon as possible, before they build up even further. You can get free or low-cost credit counseling options at credit unionsextension offices, religious organizations...
    ANTI-virus guru John McAfee has been charged with money laundering and frau over cryptocurrency "schemes." The McAfee Associates founder was indicted in Manhattan federal court on Friday. 1 The charges stem from two schemes concerning the fraudulent promotion to investors of cryptocurrencies, the US Department of Justice said. Jimmy Gale Watson Jr, an executive adviser of McAfee’s so-called cryptocurrency team, has also been charged, and was arrested on Thursday night, the Justice Department said. McAfee is being detained in Spain on separate criminal charges filed by the Justice Department’s tax division, the department said. Manhattan US Attorney Audrey Strauss said: "As alleged, McAfee and Watson exploited a widely used social media platform and enthusiasm among investors in the emerging cryptocurrency market to make millions through lies and deception. "The defendants allegedly used McAfee’s Twitter account to publish messages to hundreds of thousands of his Twitter followers touting various cryptocurrencies through false and misleading statements to conceal their true, self-interested motives. "McAfee, Watson, and other members of McAfee’s cryptocurrency team allegedly raked in more than $13million from investors...
    Honor for fallen officer, impeachment trial, Groundhog Day: 5 things to know Tuesday White House economist rejects GOP senators push for $1,000 stimulus checks instead of $1,400 How an Ex-Wall Streeter Became a TikTok Money Guru What’s the secret to talking about Money on TikTok? For Humphrey Yang, it all started with a fancy water bottle. © Courtesy of Humphrey Yang / Humphrey Talks TikTok-investing-guru-Humphrey-Yang-Final The personal finance guru — who has amassed about 1.4 million followers on the wildly popular social media app and another 69,300 on YouTube — blew up with a viral breakdown of the coveted Hydro Flask in the beginning of 2020. Using his ecommerce knowhow (hint: the manufacturing cost of that water bottle is a tiny fraction of the $45 list price), the post instantly took him from around 10,000 followers to over 100,000. The video “hit the teen demographic well,” he tells Money. After its success, he was hooked. Load Error Yang is far from an anomaly in this new personal finance social media landscape. Search #personalfinance or #investing on TikTok, and...
    Knicks branding manager Steve Stoute is known for his marketing, but he thinks he can help lure free agents, too. Knicks president Leon Rose and senior vice president William Wesley were hired primarily as a conduit to luring stars, but Stoute believes he can form a Big 3. “With having Leon in, World Wide Wes and myself, the three of us, we’re the best sort of team as it relates to being able to speak with free agents,’’ Stoute said over the weekend on the “Breakfast Club” podcast. “Our relationship with talent to bring them to New York. They haven’t had this level of talent in the last 10 years that can go out and pitch free agents and convince them why New York his great.’’ Stoute was brought on in January to help recharge the image of James Dolan and his woebegone Knicks. According to a source, Stoute is tight with Stephen Curry; Klay Thompson; LeBron James; James’ agent, Rich Paul, who also reps Anthony Davis, Kevin Durant; and Durant’s agent/manager Rich Kleiman. Steve StouteRobert Sabo Curry has said...
    Knicks branding manager Steve Stoute is known for his marketing, but he thinks he can help lure free agents, too. Knicks president Leon Rose and senior vice president William Wesley were hired primarily as a conduit to luring stars, but Stoute believes he can form a Big 3. “With having Leon in, World Wide Wes and myself, the three of us, we’re the best sort of team as it relates to being able to speak with free agents,’’ Stoute said over the weekend on the “Breakfast Club” podcast. “Our relationship with talent to bring them to New York. They haven’t had this level of talent in the last 10 years that can go out and pitch free agents and convince them why New York his great.’’ Stoute was brought on in January to help recharge the image of James Dolan and his woebegone Knicks. According to a source, Stoute is tight with Stephen Curry; Klay Thompson; LeBron James; James’ agent, Rich Paul, who also reps Anthony Davis, Kevin Durant; and Durant’s agent/manager Rich Kleiman. Steve StouteRobert Sabo Curry has said...
    A multi-millionaire bestselling author who runs self-help seminars online has described the coronavirus pandemic as a business opportunity rather than something to fear. New lockdowns in Melbourne and outbreaks in Sydney are intensifying fears about Australia suffering from the most severe economic downturn since the 1930s Great Depression.  Jack Canfield, the bestselling American co-author of Chicken Soup For The Soul and The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be, said the COVID-19 crisis had also affected his business model of hosting sold-out seminars in packed auditoriums. The man with 1.1million Facebook followers has given Daily Mail Australia his five secrets on how to achieve financial success during the COVID-19 era.  A multi-millionaire bestselling author who runs self-help seminars online has described the coronavirus pandemic as a business opportunity rather than something to fear. Jack Canfield is pictured with his wife Inga  Pivot during a crisis  In March, the 75-year-old motivational speaker faced a financial crisis when local governments in California banned large gatherings and imposed new travel restrictions, putting at risk $US800,000...
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