Love Island has collaborated with Missguided for this years ITV2 show- and everybody wants to know where the items come from. Year in year out the show has encouraged the sales of bikinis, dresses and some of the boys clothes to rocket once aired on the show. Now, with Missguided dressing this years love hopefuls- we have found a way to get £15 free to spend on the trendy products. Here on the Missguided website you can find all the Island looks- but in these few simple steps, new cashback customers can use this cash saver deal. This White textured cut out bikini is now just £15 - so technically you can get this look completely free with this latest offer. Here's how: Register FREE at Topcashback Head to the 'Missguided' shop link on the Topcashback website Purchase from the store with £15 or more The cashback bonus may take up to 7 days to appear in your account. See here on the Topcashback website for all T&C's. … [Read more...] about Love Island fans can now get a £15 free spend at Missguided
A new grocery store is slated to open in a space left vacant when another closed last year in Boman Acres Plaza.Carl’s Save-n-Fresh is scheduled to open May 23rd at 31st Street and Sheridan Road and will occupy the former Cox Cash Saver location that closed in June.The owner, Carl Morley, is the former vice president of fresh foods at Reasor's and said the plan is to provide affordable fresh meats and produce to the area.He said the selection of meat and produce will be similar to what you might find at a Sprouts, but will also include name-brand snack foods and other items.The former Warehouse Market store at 3039 S. Sheridan Road was one of three converted to a Cox Cash Saver in 2016. The only other one in the Tulsa location still open is at 62nd Street and Peoria Avenue.Christian Cox, whose family owns and operates the Warehouse Market chain, cited an oversaturated marketplace after the company closed stores last year. The chain also lowered prices to compete with an ongoing … [Read more...] about New grocery store to occupy former Warehouse Market at 31st and Sheridan
Beneath the recently unveiled next-generation Ford Focus is an architecture that stands to proliferate through the Ford ranks, underpinning models as large as the Ford Edge. While American consumers won’t see the new Focus until the latter half of 2019, well after buyers in Europe and China (where the U.S.-bound model will be built), the unnamed platform, which barely got any type of billing during the model’s reveal, stands to bring Ford’s front-drive vehicles into the third decade of the 20th century. Speaking to Automotive News, Joe Bakaj, Ford of Europe’s head of engineering, touted the new front-drive platform as the “holy grail.” It’s the first of five planned platforms that will shape the future of the Blue Oval lineup — and one that stands to help the automaker save $4 billion in engineering “efficiencies” in the next few years. Where will the platform appear? It’s versatile enough for vehicles as small as … [Read more...] about Ford’s New Focus Platform Is a Cash Saver
The conventional wisdom is that allowances make children responsible money managers as they learn to budget so they don't run out of cash.But Lewis Mandell, professor emeritus of finance and former dean of business at the State University of New York in Buffalo, says that's not always the case. In fact, says Mandell, who has studied financial literacy, certain allowances may even be hurting kids.According to Mandell, high school students who didn't get an allowance performed better on a financial literacy test than those who did, especially teens who received stipends with no strings attached. And children receiving unconditional allowances — no chores required — also were less motivated to get a job or go to college, he says.Mandell goes further, saying these unconditional allowances could be "child neglect."Those are fightin' words among some financial professionals. Indeed, even to question the benefits of an allowance can trigger a spirited defense of the practice. If … [Read more...] about Will giving children an allowance make them smarter about finances?
IT'S the new tax year, and the flexibilities that allow us to draw down cash from our pension savings are three years old this week.It's the perfect time to look at how things have changed. But first, let's take a look at things that have not changed.There are several constants in the pensions industry that the last decades have proved time and time again.For example, many reports have indicated that pension incomes for women lag far behind men. Royal London told us lately that on average, a man has £85 per week more than a woman, and it's getting worse – 10 years ago, the so-called ‘pensions gender gap' was ‘just' £31.Another constant is summed up by the old saying “no problem is so big or complicated that it can't be run away from". This sums up ‘pensions inertia', where people tend to put off setting up a personal pension, or joining a workplace pension, and thus lose out on vital years of contributions. The government's answer to this was … [Read more...] about It doesn’t pay to go it alone