I’ve got a query regarding my car insurance which I’m hoping someone can answer.
There seems to be a growing number of people getting fed up with the onset of Christmas shopping from about August onwards, and quite frankly, who can blame them?
Over a third of Brits will spend their Bank holiday weekend battling with a DIY project, but whilst you might think you’ll be saving money by doing-it-yourself, it could be a false economy.
A lawsuit in the US has pointed to the possibility of Google offering mortgage quotes to its visitors, without them needing to visit a broker, lender or comparison site.
Following the experience of 2 weddings in a weekend, Monevator has posted seven unusual ideas for a better value wedding.
Bitterwallet has been on something of a crusade over the last couple of weeks concerned with the inconsistencies and misinformation surrounding changes to their call charges and cancelling your mobile phone contract with Orange.
Remember we talked about the ill-conceived “mortgage rescue scheme” a few months ago, and the fact that it had helped just one family? Well, there’s some good news. The best part of £300million thankfully hasn’t been wasted. Figures show that the scheme has now helped a total of 15 families in England, and as many […]
Figures from Hitwise show that UK consumers are searching for more and more vouchers online as the recession has got deeper over the last 12 months.
If you’re currently preparing for University and are wondering which student bank account to sign up to, it’s worth reading the best student account reviews from the Student Finance blog.
One of our previous posts on car boot sale tips has been getting quite a bit of traffic from the search engines recently, so I thought it was worth digging this particular post out from the archives for the benefit of regular readers.