My Money: Lucy's guilt over spending £ on tuna - BBC News
Give us a call for free and impartial money advice. Protecting your home and family with the right insurance policies Insurance Insurance help and guidance Car insurance Life and protection insurance Home insurance Pet insurance Help with insurance Travel insurance Budget planner. How to switch gas and electricity supplier How to switch to a water meter How to switch broadband provider How to see if you are paying too much for your mobile How to save on your mobile bills How to save on driving and train journeys How to switch your home insurance How to transfer your credit card debt view all view less.
How to stop spending money on the go How to save money if you have a water meter How to see if you pay too much for your telecoms How to save on socialising How to save money on your credit and store cards Putting your money to good use view all view less. Tricks and tips to tackle the supermarket shop How to cut the cost of your supermarket shopping Ways to save on your landline How to be a smarter shopper view all view less.
- You and Your Toddler (The Karnac Developmental Psychology Series).
- My Money Master - Money Exchange Rate.
- Slip Knot: Zac Tremble Investigates (Series One Case Seven);
- Me and my money | This is Money.
- The Scout Law - Quotes for Life.
- Managing your Money in an easier way!
- I mean, really….
How to cut down the cost of cooking How to use less energy How to use less water. How to sell your old stuff on eBay.
BBC News Navigation
Welcome to My Money, quality advice you can trust.
Today he lives in Arizona with his wife, Sheryl. We were a middle-class family from Detroit, which was very industrial. My dad was an honest used car salesman, not good at getting money at all. So getting your allowance on Saturdays was a big deal. You really did carefully plan out where that 50 cents would go.
Later, when I started making a lot of money, money became stressful, so I made a deal with Shep Gordon, my manager of 51 years. But we both have a lot of money. The trust thing works. You know, I think stress is the worst thing you can go through and money usually causes stress. I never did go through stress.
Oh yeah. I mean, we owned a house and all the stuff. It gives you freedom and buys you time. T here was a time when there were all these tax credits you could get by investing in movies, but you could never bet on a movie making it.
Shep would never let me invest in anything iffy. Worst was drugs.
National Financial Literacy Month
The best was real estate. We almost passed out. And I did.