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As we move into the final month of 2017, many of us will spend time reflecting on the year that’s just passed. For many, 2017 may have been a year of financial success. Perhaps you managed to clear that credit card debt, improve your credit score or make your first...read more
As many of you will be aware, earlier this week Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his Budget to Parliament. The budget means different things to different people. However, one thing that remains prevalent amongst the majority if the question; how will it affect me?...read more
Whether you’re someone who is well prepared or a last-minute bargain grabber, the chances are you’re probably spending some time thinking about Christmas Shopping, whether that’s online or instore. According to statistics from The Centre of Retail Research, online...read more
Just a few years ago, Black Friday was a sales event that only happened in the USA. Nowadays, it is the largest and most anticipated sale of the UK calendar, surpassing Boxing Day and the January sales. Black Friday itself always falls on the last working Friday of...read more
In a recent post, we discussed the potential impact of a base rate increase and how it might affect homeowners and savers. As many of you may already be aware, last week The Bank of England did indeed raise the base rate from 0.25% to 0.5%. Whilst this rise has been...read more
When it comes to our personal finances, many of us are guilty of over-complicating things. We spend too much time worrying about trivial things: Should we give up our morning coffee? Which local petrol station has the cheapest fuel? How much should we spend on our...read more
UK Interest Rates Are Rising - What Does This Mean for Mortgage Holders and Savers? Bank of England’s Mark Carney has all but announced the lift in interest rates in his recent press conference leaving many homeowners wondering what might happen next.The impact of...read more
Could You Live on £22 a Day? If Not, Start Saving It seems like Millennials have enough problems. Inflation, poor wages, and not being able to afford to buy a home. But that's not all. Though they're in the prime of their lives, the future still needs to be thought...read more
Struggling to Save? Save Money on Your Household Bills With These Tips Everybody could do with saving money. Whether you're well off or not, saving money and ending up with a few more pounds in your pocket is never a bad thing. As energy providers continue to hike...read more
The Virtual Banking Currency You Need to Pay Attention to Never has there been a currency that is the subject of so much debate. After appearing in the mainstream media in 2013, Bitcoin has prompted both positive and negative feedback. After initially being reported...read more
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