You’d have thought that with banks being bailed out to the tune of billions of pounds of tax payers money, then the bank charge court case which has now been going on for what seems like centuries would be sorted without any further obstruction.
With all the job losses going on around the country, there’s plenty of advice as to what you should do if you’re made redundant. But no-one seems to be thinking about what you shouldn’t do, so here are 7 things that you really shouldn’t do if you’re made redundant.
Last week the BBC published a simple money quiz, but if you want to give your personal finance brain more of a workout, then MoneySavingExpert has a longer, more tricky quiz to find your personal finance IQ.
Quite a funny story has emerged regarding SwiftCover’s recent adverts featuring aging rockstar Iggy Pop.
12 complaints have been made to the Advertising Standards Authority after some musicians found out that SwiftCover wouldn’t insure them, raising doubts as to whether Pop himself would get cover.
According to a recent survey, up to 5 million Britons are planning to cut back on insurance in order to reduce their outgoings.
The main victims? Home and car insurance.
Yesterday we mentioned a new website for comparing how much you can earn from selling your old mobile phone.
Today we have a new website which allows you to earn some money renting out your belongings, or save some money by renting out something you might otherwise buy.
We’ve spoken in the past about getting cash for your old mobile, and now there’s an even easier way to get the best deal for your old phone.
The BBC recently asked visitors to its website for their best money saving ideas, and the Great British public duly responded.
Ten of the best tools for eBay buyers and sellers.
A little off topic this, but I’d had my eye on the moneywatch.com domain for a while, and I’ve just found out that it was recently sold for $125,000.