Posts for Tag: Useful




A Bouquet A Day… | Health Benefits of Having Fresh Flowers and Plants in Your Home

by ewe

When doing your weekly shopping, it’s likely that you have your list planned out, but how often does that include flowers?

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How to help teenagers manage their money

by Laura

It’s true that the earlier healthy financial habits start, the better. When it comes to financial behaviour and attitudes towards money, parents and carers play an important role.

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The importance of meal planning to save money and time

by ewe

Many of us overdo it over the festive period, there is additional temptation in the supermarkets and with people to see and things to do, it’s easy to lose track of healthy eating plans, but what better time to start again than the new year?

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Dates for your diary 2020

by Laura

We know how busy life can be, that’s why here at Sheffield Mutual Friendly Society we want to keep our members as informed as possible.

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The feeling's mutual

by Laura

Mutuality is defined as ‘the sharing of a feeling, action or relationship between two or more parties’, and this is one of the core principles that runs through many mutual societies and organisations – like Sheffield Mutual.

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The ultimate guide to saving money around Christmas

by ewe

It may have felt like Christmas has been just around the corner for a while now. With boxes of chocolates landing in supermarkets as early as September and adverts hitting our TV screens during November, it doesn’t exactly creep up on us.

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Cost effective food shopping for the wise

by ewe

It’s easy to spend a small fortune on regular trips to the supermarket, but there are many ways to take the sting out of buying grocery items and make your money go that bit further.

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Your dream holiday is within your means

by ewe

We all hit a point in the year where the only thing that can make everything better is jetting off on holiday for some time away.

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Child Trust Funds – what you need to know

by Laura

The first of the children with Child Trust Funds will begin to turn 18 from 1st September 2020. Although this date seems a long way off, it’s a sensible idea to begin planning now.

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Curtis Parker: “Our members like the fact that we are transparent, and it is clear where we are investing their hard-earned money.”

by ewe

There are often preconceptions surrounding friendly societies, our products and the services we offer.

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