Money & Finance

Bank Of England Set To Release New Ten Pound Note

Image rights: The Bank of England The Bank of England is set to release its new polymer £10 note this September. In the wake of the introduction of the new style £5 note earlier this year, The Bank of England are set to release a new £10 note in the same style this September. It […]

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Plum: The Handiest, Easiest Money Saving Tool Around

Have you heard of Plum? It’s a tool that lives inside Facebook Messenger, and makes money saving easier than ever before. Oh, and you can earn 3% interest too! Plum monitors your spending, automatically sets money aside, and is available 24/7 in Facebook Messenger. It’s a simple, stress-free way to save. How does it work? […]

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Get A FREE Credit Report With giffgaff money

Avoid identity fraud with a FREE credit report from giffgaff money. giffgaff want to help make their customers more financially fit. What’s the first step to doing this? Understanding your credit report. giffgaff believe that understanding your credit report can be the foundation for building healthy finances. What is a credit report? Your credit report […]

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British Gas To Raise Electricity Prices By 12.5%

The electricity company are raising prices by 12.5%, amidst worries the rise could lead to price hikes from competitor suppliers ahead of winter. This price rise, which comes into effect on the 15th September, will effect a whopping 3.1million customers. The company have left their gas prices unchanged, The Guardian have predicted that this means “the […]

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Hurry! You Haven’t Got Long Left To Spend Your Old £1 Coins

  If you collect spare change, keep a piggy bank, or happen to have coins lying around the house, you might want to gather those old £1 coins together! The new 12-sided £1 coin hit the high streets earlier this year and will soon fully replace the traditional round version. How long have I got […]

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Has your ex given you bad credit?

Now Valentine’s Day is over I’m hoping that you won’t think I’m being miserable posting this but when I read the stats I was genuinely shocked. No matter how loved up you are you NEED to make sure you don’t fall into the trap that as much as 69% of Brits do.   So here […]

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Mortgage or Rent – what’s your best option? (sponsored post)

Why it could be better to buy than to rent There are loads of reasons why you could currently be renting your home. Over the last 10 years we saw mortgages go from being available to anyone with a pulse to being almost impossible to get unless you had a stash of cash tucked away. […]

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Battle of the banks

Battle of the banks With the financial industry slowly getting back on its feet after a turbulent few years, the banks are desperate to get you back on board, even if that means poaching you from your existing current account provider with some tempting treats. With competition heating up, the rewards are getting more and […]

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New kids on the savings block

New kids on the savings block There have been a few new entrants to the UK banking market in the last couple of years, but who are they, and should you consider trusting them with your money? Here’s a quick rundown of some of the new faces which you might have heard about. Ikano BankOwned […]

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Credit Cards

Points don’t always mean prizes with credit cards

Points don’t always mean prizes with credit cards They’re the high street name credit cards which offer you a little bit extra when you spend – they’re the credit cards which give you loyalty points for your favourite shop, no matter where you’re spending. For example – want Tesco Clubcard points when you shop at […]

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Credit Cards

Best practice for credit card use

Best practice for credit card use There are many benefits to obtaining and using a credit card. You can spread the cost of purchasing larger items and could find a solution to an unexpected bill or debt. This being said, the improper use of credit cards can have a detrimental effect on your finances as […]

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Credit Cards

Britain’s best bet for balance transfers

Britain’s best bet for balance transfers After a few difficult credit crunch years, confidence is slowly returning to the balance transfer market. If you’ve got a debt you want to get rid of, a balance transfer card may actually be the most economical way of dealing with it. Why? Because with zero interest to pay […]

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