How Are You Taking Charge Of Your Finances In 2020? [AD]

January 1, 2020
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[AD]  We’ve all got big plans for 2020.  From paying off debt to the holiday of a lifetime.  But life easily gets in the way and putting the money aside to achieve these goals can be hard.


That’s why I think we need all the help we can get.  Whether it is a website that gives you good advice (wink wink), motivational Instagram accounts or something a bit smarter.


What is out there to help you?

Chip is a clever app that automatically puts money aside for you based on your spending habits, so you can save without feeling it!


Using AI to scan your transaction history, Chip moves the perfect amount, so you won’t even notice it’s gone!  Sign up now using our unique code, and you’ll get £10 as part ofour exclusive welcome offer*.


Why sign up?

You mean other than the £10 that you’ll receive?  Well, apps like this make it easy to squirrel away that cash.  It is all automated, so you’ll have to do very little to make it happen.


Think of it like that coffee you buy on the way to work, or the car park fees every time you go shopping.  On their own, they don’t amount to much, but over time it adds up.


This is what Chip does but in your favour.  Small amounts collect together until you have enough for the big things.


What are you waiting for?

Make that trip to Disney happen; get that house renovation paid for; sort out that long-overdue spa break without lifting a finger and come join the 150,000 who are already on their way to smashing their 2020 resolutions!


*After two auto-saves, you will be eligible for the £10 welcome bonus. This is usually within 2 weeks. The bonus will then be credited to their Chip account within 30 days.

Disclaimer:  Remember the information you read here does not represent advice.  Any ideas or suggestions are just that and may not work for you.  Read the full disclaimer here.

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11 responses to “How Are You Taking Charge Of Your Finances In 2020? [AD]”

  1. saravjeetsandhu says:

    That sounds like a great app for 2020 to control your finances. Yes, making money is important but saving is equally important too. Happy New Year 2020!

  2. Jennie says:

    Is this app only for those located in Great Britain?

  3. Hannah says:

    I keep hearing really good things about this app but haven’t actually signed up yet. I’m always worried that they’ll take too much 🙈

  4. Fiona says:

    I’ve been using Chip for a few months now and really love it – I’ve saved £124 without really noticing which is fab! Hoping to save enough for an emergency fund and to cover next Christmas

  5. katiesaves says:

    Such a good idea! You don’t notice the amounts going but they quickly add up!

  6. You can not put a price tag on financial freedom, I learned that so early as a investment manager in my early twenties. Now at 44 I am pretty much retired and just run my own companies. Such an important post for everyone to read!

  7. everydaywithmadirae says:

    Love this idea! I’ve never heard of Chip, but I really like the idea behind it! Will definitely have to check it out!

    -Madi xo

  8. Henri says:

    Never heard of this app, so will check it out and share with one person I have in mind!

  9. Nadine says:

    First time hearing about chip. Such a grat idea..It has a lot of benefits.

  10. Leopold Rogers says:

    I’ve used Chip before, it has been useful for me personally. Another web app which is useful is Referral Codes especially for Referral Schemes is another way to take care of finances. Check it out.

  11. Jaimie says:

    This sounds like a really useful app for managing your finances! Thanks for sharing!

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Looking After Your Pennies is an eco-friendly personal finance blog written and managed by Charlotte Jessop.


I write on a variety of topics including frugal lifestyle, eco-friendly living, money making ideas and generally how to make your money go further.

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