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UK Tax Travel Guides: Simple ways to save money

UK Tax Travel Guides: Simple ways to save money

UK Tax Money Saving Travel Guides: Simple ways to Save Money

Whether you’re saving money for a deposit on a home, or you want to start planning your next travels, every little bit you can save will help.
However, it’s easier said than done and sometimes it can be hard to actually implement any saving techniques. This is why we’ve put together this list of incredibly simple ways to help you.

Set goals

Setting goals is as easy as writing them down on a piece of paper. Once you have a goal in mind, you will have more focus and be able to save with something in mind, rather than for something unknown.

Make it automatic

Every month, set up your bank account to automatically deposit a certain amount into a savings account. This is so easy because you’re not even thinking about it. That way you will have savings, without having to do anything. It’s easier to save when you’re not even thinking about it.

Save the Change

Save the Change is an innovative app which rounds up any transactions that you make and puts the change into a savings account of your choosing. You won’t even notice that you’re saving – and it happens every time you spend any money on your card.

Avoid impulse buying

Impulse buying is the easiest way to waste money. To avoid this, don’t go food shopping while hungry, avoid taking out more money than you need, and take the time to think about your purchases. If you’re not sure on something, don’t buy it.

Cancel subscriptions

Have a look through your bank statements and you’ll probably find a couple of memberships or subscriptions that you don’t even use. Taking the time to cancel these can save you loads of money. You’re not using them so why waste the money on them?

Claim your UK Tax returns

To help you fund your next overseas adventure find out if you’re owed a UK Tax refund. Most non-residents are due a significant tax rebate after working in the UK due to being on the wrong tax codes and for various items that you can claim. Fill out our easy to use UK tax return forms online.

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