How thinkmoney can help with your New Year’s resolutions

Faye

General Finance

Did you make some New Year’s resolutions at the start of the year that you’re struggling to stick to? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. We want to help you stay on track and reach your goals, so here are a few ways thinkmoney can help you with your New Year’s resolutions.

What’s your resolution?

To buy a house

Are you looking to buy a house this year or maybe even a car, but your credit score is letting you down? This is where we can help you. The thinkmoney Current Account has helped three out of four customers boost their credit score by helping them take control of their finances. How? Well, our budgeting tool will put aside enough of your income to cover your bills, and the rest goes onto your card for you to spend. That way your bills should always be paid on time giving your credit rating the boost it needs.

To be in control of your money

If you feel like your finances have been all over the place lately and this year you want to focus on taking control of them, our current account can put the power back into your hands. Our budgeting tool tells you what you have available to spend without you having to worry about leaving enough for bills. Your bills money is safely tucked away in another pot.

You have full access to your account 24/7 too with our app. So, if there are any changes that need to be made, you can do them with a tap of a button, anytime, anywhere.

To be more eco-friendly

There are so many ways you can be more eco-friendly, such as reduce the amount of fast fashion you purchase, recycle, and walk where possible rather than use your car. But how can thinkmoney help? Well, we can help reduce the amount of paper waste. If you aren’t already, you can opt in to go paperless via the app. You can view your statement online and receive PUSH notifications whenever there is any activity on your account, so there’s no longer any need to receive your statement in the mail.

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We’ve also put together a list of ways you can save energy in your home, which can also help you save money. Take a look at our energy savings blog for all the tips.

To save money on your bills

Who doesn’t want to cut down their bills so that they have more money to spend on the things they love? That’s why we’ve partnered with providers to bring you the Marketplace in our app so that you can save money. You can find better deals on your energy provider, broadband, mortgage, and more. Take a look and see where you can save money.

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Not got the app yet? You can download it here:

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To eat more sustainably

Is your resolution to adapt your diet to eat more sustainably, for example, to eat more vegan meals? We want to help with that too, so we’ve gathered some tips on how to eat a vegan diet on a budget. That way you can eat more sustainably and save money at the same time.

To get fitter and healthier

Getting fit and healthy is often on many people’s resolutions list, but during this difficult time, it can be challenging. Read through our tips on how to get fit and healthy on a budget. Although gyms aren’t open at the moment, there are many other ways on our blog to help you out until they are allowed to reopen.

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