This week is National Indentity Fraud Protection Week, a “nationwide effort to help in the battle against identity fraud”, and the official website has a load of tips to help both individuals and businesses avoid getting scammed by fraudsters, both online and offline.
There has been a warning from the energy regulator Ofgem that average household energy bills could reach as much as £2,000 by 2016 which represents a massive 60% increase in just 7 years, and prices have already doubled in the last 5 years. What can you do to minimise the effects of these price rises?
The general concesus, based on a few bad experiences, is that selling your gold through the post is rarely the best option – both the price you’ll get for your gold and the customer experience leaves a lot to be desired. So what is the best way to sell your gold?
Lovemoney.com has posted a new how-to video, this time looking at how to save money when you’ve got no cash.
Today sees the start of Financial Planning Week, which aims to directly help people identify their dreams and goals in life, and then work out how to plan their finances in the most effective way to achieve them. Read more about the week, plus 10 top tips for financial success.
There was a few useful tips in the most recent email from MoneySavingExpert to help you save money when getting the MOT done on your car.
It’ll soon be the start of the University year, and for those thousands of freshers without a simple grasp of how to keep hold of their money, here are 4 debt traps that students can easily fall into.
Summer is a great time to pack everyone into the car for a day trip adventure. You get the chance to get out of the house, see some new things and spend some time together. It’s almost like taking a holiday but without the cost.
If you are tightening your purse strings at the moment (like many others), those extravagant designer clothes and lunch time shopping trips are probably out of the window for now. But does this mean an end to style as we know it and is it possible to look stylish on a budget?
As you’re hopefully aware, although 0800 telephone numbers are free to call from landlines, this isn’t the case from mobile phones, on which you could end up paying between 10p and 20p per minute. Here’s how to get one over the mobile phone companies.