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Which approach is best to keep me safe from ID theft and fraud?

You know about the different threats to your identity and accounts from fraudsters and you’re looking for ways to keep yourself safe. However, when you ask for help, you’re given so much information that you don’t know which tips you need to follow, which are good to follow but not essential and which, if any, […]

Preparing your money for buying a home

To help make the house buying process run smoothly, one of the biggest things you can do is make sure you have your money prepared. This includes having proof that things are how you say they are. Here’s a quick run-down of everything you’ll need. Proof of deposit You’ll need your deposit saved and statement […]

How to tackle incorrect information on your Noddle credit report

What do you do if you’ve found incorrect information on your credit report? Although it’s very unlikely that it’ll ever happen to you, it’s still important to know what to do in the event that you spot something that doesn’t look right. This is because the impact incorrect information may have on your credit report […]

More small debts are being taken to court

It seems like more and more people with small debts are being taken to court. Figures from the Registry Trust revealed that despite the number of County Court Judgements (CCJs) rising to a decade high between January and March 2017, the average value of a CCJ dropped to an historic low of £1,495. This is […]

Identity fraud at highest level ever: What does this really mean for you?

Last year identity fraud reached the highest level ever recorded, according to Cifas’ ‘Fraudscape 2017’ report, which came out last month. Almost 173,000 cases were reported by organisations to Cifas, painting a picture of the ever growing threat of identity theft and fraud in the UK. This represents a 1.2% increase in overall fraud reported […]

Put your energy bills on ice this summer

It may be summer, but – and sorry to be the bearer of bad news – winter will be here again before you know it. Unfortunately, the return of the cold weather usually means inflated energy prices and that’s why now is the ideal time to freeze your energy bills and switch. Fancy saving an […]

Things your Dad has probably said about money

It’s Father’s Day on June 18th and at Noddle we thought we’d pay homage to all the fathers out there by rounding up some of those classic money phrases you’ve probably heard yours say over the years. You may even have said them to your own kids. 1. Money doesn’t grow on trees When you’ve […]

The financial news you need to know with Sarah Pennells – June 7th 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. Flight delays? Claim […]

Debt management tools: What’s available and which should I choose?

When you’re dealing with debt, you may feel as though you have nowhere to turn and no options available to you. This holds true whether you owe £1,000 or £10,000 – big or small, debt can be scary. Luckily, there are debt management tools available to help you take control of your finances. Here we […]

6 things that can go wrong during the house buying process

Buying a home is, unfortunately, one of the most stressful things you can do. Yes, once you step foot into the property of your dreams once it’s officially yours, it all feels worth it, but the run-up can sometimes feel like a comedy of errors. To help take some of the pain away, we’ve compiled […]