• The Financial News You Need To Know With Sarah Pennells – August 26 2016

  • 5 reasons to get your broadband and TV sorted this September

  • How safe is your passport?

  • The Financial News You Need To Know with Sarah Pennells – August 18 2016

  • Back to school: Splash the cash or watch the pennies?

  • 5 Things You Need For Your Mobile

  • Mobile Internet Data Explained: What Do You Really Need?

  • Your Important Smart Phone Questions Answered

  • Buying a House? Have You Remembered These 4 Essentials?

  • The Difference Between Good and Bad Debt

The Financial News You Need To Know With Sarah Pennells – August 26 2016

Help to Buy ISA: who’s it helping? If you’ve taken out a Help to Buy ISA to help you boost your deposit, you could be forgiven for being pretty fed up now. Why? Because it’s emerged that the government’s flagship tax-free cash savings product that was launched with a big fanfare last December to help […]

5 reasons to get your broadband and TV sorted this September

Stop what you’re doing, pour yourself a cuppa and take a seat, because September is nearly here and some of our favourite shows are returning to the small screen. Here are 5 programmes you can look forward to next month if you’ve got your TV and broadband packages sorted. 1.The Premier League A firm favourite […]

How safe is your passport?

It might feel as though every man and his dog are jetting off to sunnier climes at the moment, as summer 2016 reaches its peak. But if you’re heading out of the UK, how confident can you be that your passport is safe? According to figures from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), over 21,000 […]

The Financial News You Need To Know with Sarah Pennells – August 18 2016

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. New rules for banks […]

Back to school: Splash the cash or watch the pennies?

It might feel like the summer holidays have only just started but soon it will be time for children across the UK to head back to school. For parents, this period can often be characterised by a mixture of relief and stress: You no longer have to worry about keeping the kids entertained but you’ve […]

5 Things You Need For Your Mobile

Each year you will spend an average of 23 days on your mobile phone, according to MobileInsurance.com¹. That’s a lot of time! To ensure you enjoy using your phone, here are 5 essentials that you’ll probably want to get your hands on. WhatsApp and Messenger Ok, technically not one essential but two. However, these apps […]

Mobile Internet Data Explained: What Do You Really Need?

Do you consider mobile internet data to be an essential? If you do, you’re not alone. For many people, smartphones are the main way to get connected, with 33% of internet users telling Ofcom in 2015 that their smartphone is their most important device for going online¹.  However, not everyone will entirely understand how mobile […]

Your Important Smart Phone Questions Answered

Have you ever had a question about your phone but been afraid to ask? Or have you searched tirelessly online for an answer to what you think is a simple phone question without any luck? If either of these situations sound familiar, you probably aren’t alone. In fact, chances are there are lots of people […]

Buying a House? Have You Remembered These 4 Essentials?

Around 7 out of 10 Brits find buying or selling a house nerve-wracking, according to research from Which? Mortgage Advisers at the start of 2016¹. In all the stress and commotion, it can be easy to forget some things on your to-do list, so are you confident you’ve remembered the following 4 essentials? Check your […]

The Difference Between Good and Bad Debt

Raise your hand if you think ‘debt’ is always a bad thing. If your hand is up, you won’t be alone because for many of us, debt is something we associate with fear, panic and, let’s face it, being a bit hard up. However, the truth is that not all debt is bad and knowing […]