30 August 2015 : 

With all the UK big banks offering enticing switching incentives to new customers, current accounts are now becoming a viable alternative to savings accounts. Maximising returns on savings hasn’t been easy since the Bank of England base rate has been held at 0.5%, but now in a twist on more traditional ways of savings, current [...]

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Energy is readily available now that we expect to be able to flick a switch and the light to come on, or press a button on the boiler for our homes to be heated. Imagine that without energy, you wouldn’t be able to travel the world, communicate to your friends on Facebook or Twitter, or [...]

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You might feel like you have more cash in your pocket than you did last year or the year before, but the average person’s debt is still on the rise. According to the latest Money Charity statistics, the average consumer credit debt per UK household is up to £6,322 from £6,318 in the previous month. [...]

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When a recent “school holiday (price) rant” on Facebook by Devon father Paul Cookson went viral the spotlight was once again turned towards how parents are being bullied into paying exorbitant fees for a family holiday – just because it’s during the school holidays. Dummy bookings recently made by Guardian reporters found that holiday companies [...]

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Have you ever pulled a sickie in order to recover from a hangover, catch up on sleep, enjoy a day trip in the sunshine, or watch your beloved national football team in the World Cup? Chances are, you have at some point in your career. However, research suggests that the British workforce is unlikely to [...]

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Woolies was once the go-to place for cheap children’s toys and clothing on the UK high street, but its demise in 2008 paved the way for another type of bargain basement shops: the pound shop.Since the late noughties Poundland, Poundworld and the 99p stores, have infiltrated the high streets of the UK, and there are [...]

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Weekly supermarket savers

As Brits, our average weekly shopping bills are now around £77, according to the consumer magazine, Which?. Other sources have claimed that we spend up to £120 and more on our weekly shopping bill. Whatever your expenditure and whether you love or loathe it (a personal pet hate of mine), we all have to trawl [...]

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Hot broadband offers

Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to get cheaper broadband? If not, it should be. There are a staggering 22.6 million fixed residential & SME broadband connections in the UK, of which 6.1 million are superfast according to industry watchdog, Ofcom. Despite 77% of the adult population having access to broadband in their homes, [...]

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The World Tourism Organisation (WTO) estimates that by 2050, the population aged 60 and over will make more than 2 billion international trips as compared to only 593 million in 1999. That’s an astounding increase. The first wave of baby boomers are reaching retirement and the so-called ‘senior travel market’ is now one of the [...]

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What would you do if I was to tell you that you may have lost some cash? Check your pockets, search down the side of the sofa, or retrace your steps down the street? Well, that’s what most people would do. However, there is an estimated £500 million of your cash sitting around in old [...]

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