Links to other interesting money articles on 26th Jun 2007.
Links to other interesting money articles on 25th Jun 2007.
The Fool has posted a great example demonstrating the power of compounding. In the example, one person invests £100 a month for 10 years from the age of 20 -another also invests £100 per month for 30 years, but from the age of 30 (we’re also assuming they’re the same age, but one starts investing […]
Links to other interesting money articles on 21st Jun 2007.
According to the Financial Times, there’s a growing number of companies offering to buy your home off you and let you rent it back from them if you are in financial difficulties. The companies target those who need to raise cash quickly, such as those who are about to be repossessed, yet wish to remain […]
Links to other interesting money articles on 17th Jun 2007.
I’ve got to admit I’ve had very limited experience with personal finance software – it’s always seemed like a good idea, but I haven’t had the time nor inclination to sit down and find out what works best for me (I did use Microsoft Money for a few months a couple of years ago, but […]
Beware: this post might make me sound like a bit of a geek, and includes a fair bit of thinking out loud… In my day job, I run pay-per-click advertising campaigns – managing those ads you see at the top and right of the search engine results such as at Google. The key to getting […]
UKMoneyPot notes that Direct Line has recently started an advertising campaign suggesting that consumers should not trust price comparison sites (such as moneysupermarket.com, confused.com etc) and should instead get quotes directly from themselves. The studies Direct Line conducted highlighted some interesting figures. Firstly, 35% of people believe comparison sites searched the whole of the market. […]
Holiday season is approaching, so we’ll all be trying to work out how much spending money to take with us and how much goods cost in our holiday destination. I’ve always used the Universal Currency Converter to get an idea of the exchange rate, but personal finance blogger FiveCentNickel has pointed out that Google can […]