The Bank of England’s social media team charged with keeping an eye out for evidence of a run on a UK bank were alerted to a suspect spike in the run up to the Scottish Independence referendum.
Brits trust their banks and partners more than their parents, colleagues and charities, according to new research.
The Telegraph has reported that Barclays Bank is set to start selling its customers’ data to 3rd parties, following a change in their terms and conditions.
US personal finance blogger Nickel has written a couple of useful posts recently on how you can secure your sensitive financial data and documents on your computer.
Here’s a nice visualisation of the scale of Britain’s debt problems, thanks to everyone’s favourite Russian puzzle video game, Tetris.
Mint has launched a new tool which aggregates the spending data of its 4 million users, allowing you to get a breakdown of spending by city, category and retailer.
Web searches for second hand items are up 22% in twelve months. What sort of things are people searching for?