Save money with an ‘ethical Christmas’

People looking to reduce their spending this festive season have been encouraged to have an ethical Christmas.

The advice comes from online finance portal fairinvestment.co.uk and focuses on methods Brits can use to cut down on their outgoings over the holiday while helping the environment at the same time.

Producing homemade gifts to cut down on energy and expenditure and buying ethically-friendly recycled goods are two of the tips being offered by the company.

“There has never been a better time to become environmentally and pocket friendly at Christmas. Brits are struggling to pay for everyday costs so saving a bit at Christmas is essential,” Rachael Stiles of fairinvestment.co.uk stated.

Those struggling with their personal finances and looking to reduce their expenditure in an effort to become debt free may wish to follow the advice.

Darryl Bowman of CreditExpert.co.uk recently advised shoppers to plan their Christmas purchases to avoid getting into unnecessary debt.

By Tom Musk

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