“Spring is traditionally a time of year associated with giving your house a spring clean but why not also clean-up your finances to ensure you’re not wasting money unnecessarily."
(PRWEB) March 16, 2011
Savoo.co.uk, the only UK voucher code website not to list out of date vouchers and codes, is advising the British public to perform a ‘financial spring clean’ to help prepare themselves for what is looking like a tough financial year ahead.
With sales in February falling 0.4% in comparison to the same period the previous year, consumers have clearly been scared off spending by the VAT increase and rising inflation. However, with effective financial planning, shoppers can still maintain their shopping habits, even through the financial crisis.
There are numerous different areas the average consumer can keep checks on, which they might not regularly do, helping to save them a great deal throughout the year. Savoo is urging people to review all of their outgoings to ensure they are not paying too much for their utilities, such as gas and electric, as well as television, phone line and broadband subscriptions. Indeed, people can currently save £3 per month on 5GB 18-month mobile broadband with Savoo’s 3 Mobile voucher.
If a user’s mobile phone contract is up for renewal, the owner ought to look at whether they use the free minutes and messages to their full potential. If not, downgrading to a less expensive contract or pay as you go option could reduce monthly wasted expenditure. Those looking to change their mobile phone contract can find a Vodafone voucher code on Savoo, which is offering either free Sony Ericsson Spiro or a Nokia c3 on 12 a twelve month sim only contract.
Further to this, savvy shoppers can find a range of online deals to help manage many of the essential aspects of daily living, from electronics to clothing, health and beauty products to furniture.
Simon Bird, Retail Partnerships Director at Savoo, said: “Spring is traditionally a time of year associated with giving your house a spring clean but why not also clean-up your finances to ensure you’re not wasting money unnecessarily. We can all be guilty of putting off this type of financial management but reviewing your outgoings can mean more money in the bank for the essentials, such as food shopping, treats, like a family day out, or saving in advance of the next Christmas splurge.”