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Achieve your financial goals in 2016

Ready, set, goal! Financial goal setting for 2016.

What do you want to achieve in 2016? What does your ideal life look like? This month’s video blog is a how-to guide for financial goal setting. If there’s anything at all you want to achieve this year, there’s no better time to start than today, January 1st, 2016.

I hope you had a wonderful New Year’s Eve. The year ahead is brimming with promise.

Tammy May’s January 2016 video blog

P.S. For more information about goal setting, check out my Step-by-Step Guide.

Christmas spending tips from MyBudget

Christmas spirit is free (video blog)

This month’s video blog is all about celebrating an affordable Christmas and taking time to reflect on your achievements in 2015. Make sure you give yourself credit for all of your successes, big and small. Even if you’ve only just joined MyBudget, that’s a huge achievement in itself. Deciding to take control of your money is a big, positive step and deserves congratulations. What an exciting year 2016 promises to be!

From me and all the staff at MyBudget, have a safe, merry — and affordable — Christmas!

Tammy May’s December 2015 video blog


13 weeks until Christmas

Countdown to Christmas: 13 weeks!

Psst! It’s only 13 weeks until Christmas! Get yourself prepared for one of the most expensive times of the year with our handy budget checklist. For MyBudget clients, please don’t hesitate contacting our customer care team to discuss your Christmas budget—we’re always here to help.

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Do you use Uber?

In case you haven’t heard, Uber is a ride sharing service that allows passengers to connect with drivers of hire vehicles. Uber was launched in San Francisco in 2009 and reached our shores in 2012. The global company is valued today at over $50 billion and is singly responsible for dramatically disrupting the taxi industry. The crux of the issue is that the Uber X service allows everyday car owners to provide a taxi service using their private cars. This has the traditional taxi industry in sixes and sevens. But what does it mean for us as consumers?