Topic: Money Saving Tips | Posted: 11 weeks 6 days 10 Christmas gifts under £10You don't have a to spend a fortune on extravagant presents for your friends and family. Thoughtful, homemade gifts can be just as nice. Here, we highlight 10 of the best gifts costing under £10 - from personalised mugs to homemade jams and bird feeders.Calendars
Topic: Money Management | Posted: 21 weeks 5 days Did you overspend on your summer holiday? You are not alone if you did.Thousands of Britons end up with a debt hangover from their summer trips, which cost them on average £974, according to recent research from Sainsbury’s Bank.Its findings also revealed that Britons typically put 23% of their total summer holiday spend on a credit card.
Topic: Money Saving Tips | Posted: 36 weeks 5 days Don’t get caught out by summer scamsThe summer months are a busy time for fraudsters and con artists keen to trick you out of your hard-earned cash. Stay one step ahead of them by keeping an eye out for these common summer scams…Dodgy online holidays
Topic: Money Management | Posted: 46 weeks 4 days Brexit: in or out - it's up to you!On June 23, Britons must decide whether to vote to stay in the European Union (EU) or not.How we vote will have a big impact on both the UK economy and your own personal finances.Let’s take a look at what we know about and what will change if we leave the EU.Your money
Topic: Money Saving Tips | Posted: 1 year 9 weeks Thousands of Britons will see their energy bills rise when their dual fuel tariffs come to an end in September.A total of 24 dual fuel tariffs from providers such as British Gas, Scottish Power and Extra Energy are due
Topic: Student Debt | Posted: 1 year 15 weeks Student life is synonymous with building up debt while scraping by on baked beans and wearing extra jumpers to save on the heating bill.But, according to recent research, that doesn't mean youngsters at university are necessarily bad with money.Figures from life insurance provider SunLife show that - even though about 500,000 of the young people starting univer
Topic: Money Saving Tips | Posted: 1 year 15 weeks Is it time to take out a new home energy deal? Thousands of Britons will see their energy bills rise when their dual fuel tariffs come to an end next month. A total of 24 dual fuel tariffs from providers such as British Gas, Scottish Power and Extra Energy are due to expire on September 30, according to research from price
Topic: Money Management | Posted: 2 years 17 weeks It's easy to get carried away with festive cheer - and I don't just mean at your work Christmas party. We tend to spend a lot more on going out around Christmas and New Year. And on top of that, most of us have to buy presents for our loved ones - not to mention splash out on a family feast. So it's h
Topic: Money Management | Posted: 2 years 19 weeks Five financial scams you NEED to know about Fraudsters use lots of cunning tricks to part you from your hard-earned cash.So it pays to keep up to date with the most common scams... 1.
Topic: Debt News | Posted: 2 years 28 weeks More than 27,000 people became financially insolvent in England and Wales between April and June this year, according to the latest figures from the Insolvency Service.
Topic: Money Saving Tips | Posted: 2 years 34 weeks Taking out travel insurance is just as important as remembering your passport and tickets when you are heading off on holiday. That's the message being sent out by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) and the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA), which have conducted research indicating that almost four in ten younger Britons think otherwise.
Topic: Money Management | Posted: 2 years 36 weeks Interest rates are going up - but when will the hike come and how will it affect you? Those are the questions worrying millions of Britons with variable-rate mortgages that will become more expensive when the Bank of England decides to increase the base rate from its current low level of 0.5%. Here, we explain why rates are likely to go up
Topic: Money Management | Posted: 2 years 37 weeks How will you survive financially when you stop working? The State Pension alone, which is currently worth a maximum of £113.10 a week, won't be enough to provide you with a comfortable standard of living once you retire.
Topic: Money Saving Tips | Posted: 2 years 41 weeks How to cut the cost of a weddingGetting married is a big event in anyone’s life, and all brides and grooms want things to be as perfect as possible on their big day.
Topic: Money Saving Tips | Posted: 2 years 41 weeks Get the best deal on your travel money The pound has jumped by some 5% against the euro in the last year, making European holidays more affordable.But the strength of the pound will only help to make your summer holiday cheaper if you scout out the best exchange rate and avoid costly credit and debit card charges.
Topic: Bailiffs | Posted: 2 years 45 weeks Being hounded by bailiffs can feel like a living nightmare.But knowing your rights will help you to manage the situation - even if you do not have the money to pay them to go away. Here, we explain why bailiffs might come knocking at your door, and look at what you can do to protect yourself and your belongings.
Topic: Money Saving Tips | Posted: 2 years 46 weeks Just one in five consumers trust energy companies to tell them the truth, according to recent figures from consumer group Which?. However, the good news is that new rules mean energy companies must now provide clearer and more detailed information that allows you to see exactly how much you are paying for what. From this month, gas and ele
Topic: Credit Rating | Posted: 2 years 47 weeks Your credit score is what makes the difference between you being accepted or rejected for a credit card, mortgage or loan. So making your credit file as attractive as possible to banks and other lenders is hugely important.There's no need to despair if past debt problems have damaged your credit score, though.
Topic: Banks | Posted: 2 years 47 weeks More than half of Britons never change their bank and stick with the same current account through thick and thin, according to new research from vouchers website TopCashback. But current accounts have changed a lot over the last few years, meaning anyone who fails to shop around for a better deal is almost certainly losing out financially.
Topic: Money Saving Tips | Posted: 3 years 2 days What with all the horrifying images of waterlogged Britain in the media at the moment, it's easy to imagine how devastated you would be if your home was flooded. Even with home insurance in place, the consequences of a disaster such as a flood or a fire can be horrendous.