Category Archives: Home finances

Why understanding your finances is vital

In my introduction post I described how I’m going to run through the whole gamut of home finances. In this, the second┬ápost in the series, I’m going to show you why understanding your finances is perhaps the most important step … Continue reading

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Cashbook analysis

So far we’ve looked at why it’s a good idea to take a look at your finances, how to build up a cashbook from your bank statements in Google Docs (Google Drive) and now we’re going to roll our sleeves … Continue reading

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Dealing with semi regular payments in a cashbook analysis

Unless you pay for everything via monthly direct debit, the chances are you have some large one off annual payments to make; be it home insurance, car insurance, car tax, the TV license or maybe paying the balance of your … Continue reading

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Build up a simple cashbook from bank statements using Google Drive

In the previous post in this series I talked about why it’s a good idea to have a hand on your personal finances, now I’m going to show you how to do it in very practical and easy to follow … Continue reading

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How to manage your home finances

There plenty of guides on the internet to sorting out your finances. The majority of these guides want to make money out of you in some way, be it selling you credit management solutions, other services or products that will … Continue reading

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