Mobile app Moneybox has launched with the aim of allowing users to easily save and invest with as little as £1.
If you’ve ever wondered how much the electricity you’re using in your home is costing you minute-by-minute then GoCompare’s real-time electricity calculator will help give you an idea.
A new website has launched which aims to end rip-off mobile phone contracts by splitting the phone and SIM purchase and monitoring the best deals from month to month.
PiggyPot, a new saving app for iOS, has launched on the app store in “public beta”, which allows users to start using the app for real and to provide feedback to the developers, highlighting issues and suggesting future functionality.
goHenry – the family banking tool that empowers young people between the ages of 8 and 18 to save, spend and learn about money – has announced a new feature which aims to help children and teens to easily budget and save.
PKTMNY is a new way for parents to help their children earn, save and spend their money.
According to OrSaveIt, the average person spends almost £3,000 each year on impulse purchases. So they’ve built an iPhone app they hope will encourage us to stop all the impulse spending.
The ability to save money is determined by the side of the brain you think with, according to research carried out by First Direct bank.
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.
The Bank of England has today decided to cut interest rates, taking them down to just 2%.