- The UK June 2017 inflation rate was 2.6%, down from 2.9% in May. It is the first fall in consumer inflation since October 2016.Continue reading..
Lettings agents fees banned for tenants: What you need to knowRenters won’t have to pay expensive letting agents fees soon, as a new Tenants' Fees Bill was announced this week’s Queen’s Speech to ban the fees.Continue reading..
UK inflation rate at 2.9%: What this means for youThe UK inflation rate hit 2.9% in May 2017, according to new stats. But what does a growing inflation rate actually mean for you and your money?Continue reading..
UK credit card debt grows at fastest pace in 11 yearsCredit card debt in the UK is continuing to increase according to new Bank of England stats – and it’s now growing at the fastest pace in 11 years.Continue reading..
Prime Minister Theresa May signals mental health care proposalsThe Prime Minister has spoken about new plans to support mental health care in the UK as well as potential changes to the Debt Health Form.Continue reading..
CMA Banking report encourages switching and opennessThe Competition and Markets Authority review in to retail banking will change the way you bank in the future by recommending text alerts, switching and moreContinue reading..
What happened the last time there was an interest rate cut?What was life like the last time the Bank of England cut interest rates? We take a trip down memory lane to see what you may have been getting up to.Continue reading..
Brexit – how could it affect your finances and the effectsHow will the Brexit vote affect you? we take a brief look at what it may mean now, and in the near future, on your personal finances.Continue reading..
Start the year on a positive note with our fitness themed money saving tipsSome fit-bits including running on grass, free fitness apps and why a short term costlier membership can save you money. Continue reading..
Total Individual Insolvencies up in third quarter of 2015Total individual insolvencies have increased for the first time since the second quarter of 2014 according to Insolvency Service figures.Continue reading..