Over 60’s money saving with Martin Lewis

April 13, 2011 at 2:29 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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In my inbox this morning was my weekly email from Martin Lewis – ‘The Money Saving Expert’. I was really pleased to see him dedicate an entire post of efficient way of saving for over 60’s.

I thought that you’d appreciate me sharing it as the post is full of useful and easy to follow information. From do’s and don’ts, where to find more information on subject matters and Martin’s personal advice on how to make the most out of your situation.

The Money Saving Expert has covered everything which over 60’s might financially be facing.

Martin Lewis Money saving expert

Impressively Martin has covered the shake up on state pension, which has seen countless column inches in the newspapers. He successful makes often uncertain subject areas, such as state Pension and benefit entitlement much simpler to understand. Additionally offering links to where further information that’s specific to you is available.

I was really caught by how much elderly people here in the UK can become entitled to, which I am sure lots of people might be unaware of. There is everything from free television licences to free passports and bus passes.

‘Over 60’s Money Saving’ is a really great article that features all sorts; council tax, insurance, prescriptions, health care and getting out and about when your 60 plus and all with the idea of saving money in mind. So have a look and you might find yourself a little bit better off.

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