I my post about the new American Express Red Credit Card, I mentioned that I was a little unsure how I felt about a large company like American Express having such a product. Having read more about the Red Card on the Motley Fool though, it seems like it may actually be a reasonably competitive […]
2 new pre-pay cards are launched aimed at kids in their teens.
Over two-thirds of a million spent in an average lifetime.
Things seem to have gone a little quiet about A-Day, when pension regulation undergoes a major overhaul, since the government’s U-turn on property in SIPPs. But that’s not to say that the changes in the pension rules are to be forgotten – indeed, these are said to be the biggest changes to the way pensions […]
7 suggestions for minimising your tax liability.
American Express have launched a new credit card as part of Bono’s new venture, Product Red, which aims to raise money for the Global Fund to fight Aids, TB and malaria. The American Express Red card promises to pay 1% to the Global Fund for every pound spent: When you spend up to £5,000 in […]
The Motley Fool has a good list of things to look for in a personal loan. The factors it suggests you consider when choosing a personal loan are: Compare APR AND TAR. The TAR will tell you how much the loan will really cost you. Avoid payment protection insurance. Fixed rate personal loans will give […]
You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.
The spending starts before the nippers are even born.
More on Nationwide’s recent interest rate change annoucements.