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Hello and welcome to Money Bulldog!

A UK based Personal Finance Blog

I’m guessing if you’re visiting this page that you want to know a little more about me and also what Money Bulldog is all about, so here we go.

My name is Adam and I started Money Bulldog back in 2012 because I felt that the finances of many people had become strained due to the financial crisis and I wanted to share my experience in the world of personal finance with the aim of making a difference. My primary financial background is in the UK mortgage market but I’ve also gained a lot of knowledge over the years in areas such as insurance, consumer credit, debt management, business management, entrepreneurial spirit and the list goes on. My wife also informs me that I’m a little tight with the wallet so I’ll also be sharing some money saving tips with our readers.

As much as I love making money, my main focus in life is my family. I’ve already mentioned my wife but I also have two beautiful boys who are in their toddler years and much to my wife’s dismay I’d happily go for a football team if the finances would allow!

What I’d like people to gain from their Money Bulldog experience is an increased sense of financial awareness. Over the past few years the rules that govern the world of finance have changed dramatically and the financial situation of many hard working families has been dragged down with it. If you take the time to increase your knowledge of personal finance I know the rewards will be great for you and your family.

What will you do with all your new found wealth? Well we’ll also show you how to maximise your returns on savings and investments. Basically Money Bulldog should help you on your way to financial freedom. Whether you’re looking to get out of debt, start a new business, increase your net worth or budget for your family, Money Bulldog will be there to bite through the financial jargon and help you reach your goals.

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