• How Can We Make Noddle Amazing?

  • The financial news you need to know with Sarah Pennells – August 2nd 2017

  • Watch out for the WhatsApp scam

  • Brits, beware of ‘shrinkflation’

  • Top tips for getting and managing a loan

  • Gov increases state pension age as life expectancy halts

  • Money in Yorkshire

  • Loans jargon buster

  • What to look for when choosing a credit card

  • What to look for when choosing a loan

How Can We Make Noddle Amazing?

No one knows what Noddlers need from our service better than Noddlers themselves. That’s why we’re asking you all to complete our short 5 minute survey before Sunday 27th August 2017, so you can tell us about your experiences, what you like about Noddle and what you don’t like. To say thanks, we’ll then enter […]

The financial news you need to know with Sarah Pennells – August 2nd 2017

Sarah Pennells is a personal finance journalist and the face behind SavvyWoman.co.uk. We think she does a great job at explaining financial subjects in a very clear and accessible manner. You can find her column below where she writes about the latest financial news, and helps you get more from your money. Longer mortgages – […]

Watch out for the WhatsApp scam

WhatsApp is one of the most popular apps around and across the globe, millions of people use the service. However, if you’re one of them, you now need to be on your guard, as there is a scam floating around that targets users. Action Fraud, the UK’s national fraud and cybercrime reporting centre, has issued […]

Brits, beware of ‘shrinkflation’

It seems we really are getting less bang for our buck nowadays, at least when it comes to our household products. Research from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed that as many as 2,529 products have shrunk in size over the last 5 years[1]. This includes things like toilet rolls, chocolate and sugar. […]

Top tips for getting and managing a loan

We all need a bit of a financial boost now and again, and for many, loans can be the answer. However, being approved for credit is never guaranteed and even if you are accepted for loan, if you don’t manage it correctly, it can become more of a hindrance than a help. To make sure […]

Gov increases state pension age as life expectancy halts

The government has revealed that they plan to increase the state pension age to 68 between the years 2037 and 2039, affecting anyone currently 46 years-old or younger[1]. Not only is this rise set to take affect 7-years earlier than expected, it comes as the Office for National Statistics reveals that the growth in life […]

Money in Yorkshire

From Bettys Café in Harrogate and Xscape in Castleford, to the newly erected Victoria Gate in Leeds, there are plenty of ways to spend money in Yorkshire. However, when it comes to flashing the cash, people in Yorkshire have been known to be characteristically ‘tight’ with their money, but is this really true? Our infographic […]

What do credit reference agencies do with your data?

You probably already know that credit reference agencies (CRAs), like Noddle, hold lots of data but you may have misconceptions about what they do with it. The best way to think about it is to view CRAs as gatekeepers to your personal data. We’re essentially custodians, housing and protecting the information we’ve collected. However, we […]

Loans jargon buster

Need a loan but struggling to make sense of all the jargon? Don’t worry, because we’ve summed up some of the main terms you’re likely to encounter. APR (Annual percentage rate) This refers to the amount it will cost you to borrow money over 12 months, including interest and other additional fees, such an arrangement […]