Martin Lewis, of moneysavingexpert.com, has launched a petition to mandate savings account provides to include the current interest rates on every statement.
The bank rate drops again and lenders suffer the consequence. Will the Bank of England’s efforts actually do any good?
The UK credit referencing agencies provide statutory credit reports for just Â£2 each. This post looks at how to go about getting them and why you’d want to do so.
Before opening a tracker fund I had a couple of questions about the Fidelity MoneyBuilder UK Index Fund (MT). They’re probably obvious to the seasoned investor, but I wasn’t sure, so I sent Fidelity an email to ask.
Zopa is a peer-to-peer money lending site. It cuts out the banks and claims better rates for both lenders and borrowers. Is it worth a look?
I’m starting my journey in to the land of investments. I look at my options for a long term investment plan, including index tracker funds and ETFs, and how pound cost averaging helps over the long term.
So I’ve been looking at money again lately, and I’m left wondering why joint ISAs aren’t allowed.
There are three credit referencing agencies used in the UK. They are Experian, Equifax and Callcredit. You have a statutory right to request a copy of the information they hold on you, for which you are charged Â£2. All of them offer full reports for around the Â£15 mark, but these just contain analysis and views on how lenders will …