With just 11 days left until the end of this tax year (Saturday 5th April 2008), have you used your Individual Savings Account allowance for this year? From my experience, there will be people reading this who have no idea what an ISA is, there will be those who know what they are, but do […]
Links to other interesting money articles on 13th Mar 2008.
This year’s budget wasn’t the most exciting, but in the current financial climate, you could hardly expect it to be. With businesses and consumers finding borrowing more and more difficult, as banks reduce their lending following the credit crunch, and as the cost of electricity, gas, petrol and food continue to rise, we’re all finding […]
Being a non-smoker, it had almost passed me by that today (12th March) is National No-Smoking Day. As everyone probably already knows, smoking is an expensive habit, and after today’s budget, it is going to get even more expensive. There are some scary stats on just how much smoking costs – a recent report suggests […]
Not so long ago I purchased a new computer (a laptop PC, to be precise). If the cost of the laptop wasn’t enough, once it had been delivered I then started looking to add all the essential software I needed. Of course, some software can be expensive, but thankfully, there are now many excellent free […]
Links to other interesting money articles on 3rd Mar 2008.
Links to other interesting money articles on 29th Feb 2008.
Thinking about buying a brand new car soon? Then consider this – the average new car loses £6,000 of its value in the first year you own it – yes, that’s effectively £500 “down the drain” every month in year one. So it’s often worth checking out the secondhand market for your chosen vehicle to […]