London, England (7 Apr 2015): With summer fast approaching and thoughts turning to holiday planning, short-term loan provider Pounds to Pocket has written a series of blogs to help create a great trip abroad without breaking the bank.
The articles, published on Pounds to Pocket’s dedicated financial resource website, Pound Place, are part of an ongoing service providing hints and tips to help consumers manage their money.
It can be very easy to underestimate the cost of travelling, especially if you don’t know how far your money will go in other countries. So, to act as a guide, the first article in the series will help travellers make a realistic budget when planning a trip abroad.
You can find great deals when travelling if you know the right places to look. The blog on finding cheap travel, including inexpensive flights, trains and car hire, will set you on the right route.
Continuing the theme of new experiences, Pound Place will also create an infographic with three simple and exotic five ingredient recipes. These simple suppers will bring a slice of holiday back home.
Nick Drew, Managing Director of Pounds to Pocket, said, “We all deserve a summer break – but trips away from home don’t have to be expensive. Our new set of blogs will provide a few tips to consumers to help make their money go further when planning holiday travel.
“Pound Place is a useful hub of information to aid customers with their money management. We’ll be continuing our regular set of articles in May and are always on the lookout for interesting and creative suggestions for blog posts from the public.”
“We put outstanding customer service at the heart of our business practice. This focus, shown in our commitment to our Customer First initiative, has led to very satisfied customers – over 90% of Pounds to Pocket customers say they are happy with the service they receive and are likely to come to us again.”
Customers can stay up to date on Pound Place content and other money-saving tips by liking Pounds to Pocket on Facebook or following on Twitter (@Poundstopocket).