Lenders may offer you low interest rates on your mortgage, but beware the hidden costs.
The A.A. and Scottish Gas are entering the life insurance market.
Zopa is a “person-to-person” lending service (the “eBay of banking”) which launched to mixed reactions a few months ago. Being a new service, people were naturally sceptical (me included), as to how it would compare to the banks. On the one hand, it cuts out the middleman (the banks), allowing users to set their own […]
Trial under way for credit card that rewards those paying off their balance early with lower interest rates.
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The Bank of England has decided to leave interest rates unchanged at 4.5%
0% Credit Cards can be useful if used in the right way, but there are some pitfalls to be wary of.
Recent reports suggest that many people have still failed to invest their child trust fund vouchers (about 50%, in fact). In some cases this is down to ignorance, although in other cases people are biding their time, as they are unsure about what they should do with them. It’s worth noting that parents have until […]
The Scotsman is reporting that Capital One has just launched a new credit card which offers 0% interest on balance transfers until 1st January 2007, which is apparently the longest interest-free balance transfer offer currently available. Capital One is trying to cash in on the 5% of credit card holders currently looking to transfer balances […]
If you’ve just returned from or are just about to go on a holiday, then you might find this article on travel insurance claims on The Telegraph website an interesting read. It is estimated that about 5% of policyholders will make a claim on their insurance, and although many people think that travel insurance will […]