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Cora of The Mini Millionaire

Hi, I’m Cora Harrison

I started The Mini Millionaire way back in 2014. I’d just graduated from University and decided to leave the corporate world I was destined for and instead start up my own business. Since then I’ve gone on to start more side-hustles than I can count. Some have been successful, some not so much… Some have even been so successful I’ve sold them!

The Mini Millionaire was designed as a place for me to document my experiences (instead of boring my girlfriend Helen with financial speel). Little did I know it would turn into a dedicated resources for those looking to earn money, save money and take back control of their finances.

I hope you enjoy it!

MAKE MONEY

From side-hustles making £100 a month through to businesses turning over £80,000 a year. In a short space of time, I’ve done it all… and I’m here to share my secrets on how you can do it too! Earning money online, from your home, there’s something here to suit every need…

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SAVE MONEY

Whether you are looking to pay off some unwanted credit-card debt or save for your very first home. We have practical solutions that you can implement to make your money saving goals a reality regardless of their size or your financial situation…

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PERSONAL FINANCE

Do you suck at budgeting? Perhaps you’ve no idea how much you’re spending on a monthly basis, or where on earth your money keeps disappearing each and every month. We have a number of practical solutions to end that budgeting nightmare and help you plan for the future.

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LATEST POSTS

Making Small Financial Changes For A Big Impact With Aviva

By | January 23rd, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance|

Making Small Financial Changes For A Big Impact With Avivia Collaborative Post with Aviva. We’re supposed to be decades on from reform for equal rights for women in industry. Yet we’re still finding that women in all workplace sectors are still paid less than men. However, when it comes to female finances, that’s not all… Research conducted in 2017 found that more than 51% of females feel financially unprepared for their retirement that compares with just 35% of men. Aviva found that this lack of preparation, research and confidence around finances from females leads to an estimated pension shortfall of [...]

The Golden Rules Of Property Investment

By | January 20th, 2019|Categories: Making Money|

The Golden Rules Of Property Investment Property investment can be an incredibly lucrative and worthwhile venture to undertake, provided you take all the right steps. While there are so many things to consider before going through with your property investment, there are a few key factors to keep in mind to ensure the venture is as successful as possible. Here are three golden rules of property investment that every potential investor should know. Consider The Location When investing in UK property, you’ll be spoiled for choice by the many cities all claiming to have the best investment opportunities. This is [...]

How We’re Turning Our House Into A Home

By | January 15th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

How We're Turning Our House Into A Home We recently purchased a new house... well, not a new house, it's actually more than 100 years old, but it's new to us. This isn't the first house Helen and I have owned, but this time we've vowed to 'go it alone' when it comes to the renovation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7toukJYaaOQ Living among bare plastered walls, dust and floorboards can be hard at times. Thankfully, we've already made progress turning our house into a home. In the area's we've decorated, we've been able to photo's that we've taken on our camera (including our new [...]

6 Fuel-Saving Tips for Motorists

By | January 11th, 2019|Categories: Save Money|

6 Fuel-Saving Tips for Motorists Being a driver does not just encompass purchasing a car and driving it from A to B, and many people fail to consider the numerous ongoing expenditures involved. Insurance, tax, MOT, servicing, parking and many other factors are all part and parcel of being a motorist, which means driving certainly does not come cheap. Fuel, in particular, is an essential but costly outlay which can’t be overlooked, especially if you are trying to save money. I spoke with CarFinance Plus, experts in finding the best car finance deals on the market, to discover how best [...]

Why I Don’t Pay For A TV Licence

By | January 3rd, 2019|Categories: Entertainment, Save Money|

Something I've never spoken about, not even on any of our income and expense reports is TV licence. That's because I don't have one, and never have. An no, that doesn't mean I'm watching TV without a licence. Instead, it means I don't pay because I don't have the ariel anywhere near the TV. I don't use it. In fact, I'd go as far as to say I think it's a complete and utter waste of money. When Do You Need A TV Licence You need a TV licence if you're doing any of the following; Watching live TV on any platform [...]

Show Me The Money Bloggers Conference 2018

By | November 18th, 2018|Categories: Blogging|

Show Me The Money Bloggers Conference 2018 The fourth annual Show Me The Money bloggers conference was a huge hit. Myself and Helen had a wonderful time with more than 80 other money bloggers. This year I had the pleasure of speaking about my new found expertise in SEO. I've wrote a number of SEO posts here on The Mini Millionaire. However, this was up to date information in a powerpoint format that could be condensed into just a 20 minute talk. So many people have since pinged me via Email or Facebook message to ask about the presentation or [...]

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