Why Don’t Spanish Schools Want Parents To Save?

A few days ago there was a comment on the Money Saver Spain Facebook page about the high price of a school skirt at

What’s Your Definition Of Thrift?

I’m always saying that this website isn’t about thrift, and yet I’ve been thinking that what could be classed as thrift for one person

Money Saving Moral Maze

Having read last weekend about shoppers who took advantage of a computer glitch at a major UK supermarket, it made me think about where

My Spanish Supermarket Conspiracy Theory

I’m more and more convinced that many companies, including supermarkets, are happy to be fooling their customers regardless of whether they’re unemployed, on a

Our 1st Birthday!

Money Saver Spain is one year old this month, and checking back on the posts in the blog it looks like this is the

2012 tax increases in Spain – a short guide

  First of all is income tax. The tax bands in Spain have seen the following increases: 0 to 17,707.20€ was 24.00% now 24.75%   

Frustration with Orange Customer Service

Call centres are notorious for making you choose options on multiple menus before you even get to speak to a human being. The following