You’d have done pretty well to miss the growing number of websites and shops offering to buy up your old gold for cash, and it’s fair to say that either because of the nature of the offer or the way these companies advertise themselves, none of them appear particularly trustworthy.
Let’s face it, saving money is hard. If you’re lucky enough to have something left at the end of the month the chances are you’d prefer to fritter it away on booze or gadgets rather than putting it aside for a rainy day.
Recent research by shopping comparison site Kelkoo suggests that we are missing out on £123 each from not using cashback sites when shopping online.
Quidco have just announced a good-looking new deal with ASDA which allows you to get 1% cashback when you shop online with them.
Microsoft has been getting some (quite justifiable) stick for its Windows 7 “Release Party” video, so to restore some balance, some credit should go to Microsoft for selling their new operating system to students for just £30 until 30th September.
Remember I asked how long my car insurance no claims discount lasts after I cancel my policy? Well here’s the answer.
Here’s something that Visit Britain doesn’t seem to feature as a British tourist attraction: the fact that it’s so easy to declare yourself bankrupt here compared with other parts of Europe.
So you’re looking to insure your car/life/home, where’s the first place you look?
If you’re a regular user of your laptop whilst away from your home or office, then you’ll probably have experienced the problem of finding a strong, legal and free wireless connection. It can be frustrating and costly if you don’t know where to look.
Dragon’s Den star James Caan has a new scheme to offer homebuyers an interest-free loan of up to £50,000 to cover the stamp duty on their new property.