Month: January 2017

Which Chinese New Year animal are you when it comes to finance?

What can the traits of our Chinese New Year animals tell us about how we manage money? Keep reading to find the animal you share your financial personality with: Observant Rooster One of the characteristics of the rooster is to be observant. 2017 is the year of the rooster and there’s no better time to […]

What to do if you’ve been a victim of identity theft and/or fraud?

When you realise that someone has stolen your identity or that you’ve been a victim of fraud, your first thought is likely to be ‘what do I do now?’ The answer is made up of things you absolutely have to do and things that you can do to make yourself more secure in the future. […]

Drones and cyber security – What’s the deal?

The internet of things is increasingly coming under threat. Drones have become more widespread as companies adopt them for commercial purposes, like videography or parcel delivery – something Amazon is intending to do.  Once only reserved and intended for military use, drones are now available to consumers and for commercial use they have become so […]

The financial news you need to know with Sarah Pennells – January 18th 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. Free money from the […]

5 Tips to get the right remortgage deal for you

Trussle – an online mortgage broker – offers a few handy hints on how to get a good remortgage deal… Switching to a more suitable mortgage deal could save you thousands, reducing your monthly payments and the total loan amount. However, it only makes sense to switch in certain circumstances – usually at the end of your […]

The financial cost of marriage

When thinking about marriage, one of the first things that might come to mind is the cost of the wedding. However, beyond the big day there are other financial costs to consider. Some couples will choose to join their finances, which subsequently means you’ll likely become responsible for each other’s financial behaviour, such as credit […]

Tackling those financial resolutions

We know resolutions are easy to make but difficult to keep right throughout the year. Did you know 7.3 million* Brits are expected to break their financial new year’s resolutions in 2017? Noddle did some digging immediately after Christmas and found that consumers are entering 2017 with more positive intentions to money than physical health […]

Need a holiday? Here are tips to help you save

Research shows we are spending 145% more than expected on our holidays and just over a quarter of travellers are using credit cards and overdrafts to fund it.* It’s not good idea to rely on credit if you’re not in a position to pay it off quickly and beat any interest that may take effect. […]

The financial news you need to know with Sarah Pennells – January 4th 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. Financial New Year’s resolutions […]

Two thirds of a million new store and credit cards set to be issued this January

Hands up if you’re considering taking out a store or credit card this New Year or have done in the past in order to get your finances in order after all the Christmas spending. Callcredit Information Group, one of the UK’s leading credit reference agencies (who also provide your Noddle credit report) predicts that the […]