Apologies if you’re trying to avoid talk of Christmas this early in the year, but I’m going to write about how we’re planning for a cheap Christmas this year.
I’m after for a few ideas for having a cheap last night of freedom.
You only have to take a look at the Money Saving Expert forums to see how the news of Icesave’s demise has gone down with its 300,000 British savers – post after post of queries asking how much of their money is protected and how they can get their money back.
So what do Icesave savers need to know?
GuestInvest, the company which brought buy-to-let hotel rooms to investors, has gone into administration.
This week is National Identity Fraud Prevention week, which is a nationwide awareness campaign designed to help you protect yourself and your business from identity fraud, one of the UK’s fastest growing crimes.
It’s been a good week for money saving – yesterday I managed to knock 55% off my car insurance premiums, and tonight I’ve negotiated a 60% reduction in my mobile phone bill.
How I saved 55% on my car insurance renewal.
Even given the events of the past 12 months, today has been pretty monumental in the world of finance, and not in a positive way. Here’s how things have panned out during the day.
Yesterday we wrote how Bradford & Bingley appeared to be on the verge of going bust, and it seems that the Treasury are indeed now working towards a part-private sale part-nationalisation of the UK’s 8th largest bank.
There are increasing worries that the Bradford & Bingley bank is about to go bust, and will end up nationalised in much the same way as Northern Rock was.