• How to save for your house deposit

  • Location, location, location: What to look for when buying a home

  • What information will a lender see about me?

  • Your step-by-step guide to renting a home

  • What is and isn’t included in your credit report

  • How do lenders make decisions?

  • The financial news you need to know with Sarah Pennells – May 3 2017

  • How to get the most out of your summer holiday

  • What the general election might mean for your finances

  • Banks tighten up on lending – is your credit score good enough?

Top tips for spring cleaning your finances

From time to time your finances need a good clean out and with spring here, now is a great time to start. Here are our tips on how to clean up your finances and cut out the things that might be dragging you down. Switch to better deals They say the grass is greener on […]

Which Disney Princess are you based on your financial habits?

With the hotly anticipated release of Beauty and the Beast, we’re going a bit Disney Princess mad here at Noddle. In between our stellar renditions of ‘Let it go’ and ‘Once upon a dream’, we started thinking about what would happen if we plonked the princesses in the real world and how their behaviours would […]

Ransomware could attack your fitness tracker, smart watch and television

The latest trends in wireless fitness trackers, smartwatches and Smart TV’s have opened up new ways for criminals to hack into your personal data and hold you at ransom, warn cyber security experts. Think about all the everyday objects you have that are connected to the internet and hold your personal data, information about you, […]

Mother’s Day Cashback Offers

Treating your mum this Mother’s Day doesn’t have to mean breaking bank. Thanks to Quidco you can now get her a special gift and save money with cashback with these great deals: These offers are available for new members only and only one deal can be redeemed.  £15 cashback on flowers from E-Florist Surprise your mum […]

Budget 2017: Did it meet your expectations?

Now the dust has started to settle on this year’s Budget, we look at whether it lived up to your expectations and what it means for your finances. Areas Noddlers wanted to see change In our recent survey, which included over 700 Noddle customers, we found that many feared there would be minimal benefits for […]

The financial news you need to know with Sarah Pennells – March 14 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. Smart meters not […]

How can you help your children financially at Uni?

The time to let your children fly the nest and see them off to university may have already come or could be something you’re preparing for in the future. Exciting and daunting as this may seem, preparation is key to ensure both you and your child can financially manoeuvre through the journey as smoothly as […]

What to do if you’ve been rejected for credit

Let’s face it, rejection is never nice. Being turned down for credit can be highly frustrating and disheartening, but don’t panic, as there are things you can do to help increase your chances of approval the next time you apply. What not to do The worst thing you can do when you’re rejected for credit […]

How do men and women differ when it comes to money?

8th March marks International Women’s Day, a celebration of women’s achievements around the globe. With a female managing director in an industry traditionally dominated by men and a Savvy female finance journalist guest blogging for us, Noddle is proud to support women and gender equality this March. To help tell the story, we’ve taken a […]

Mortgage approvals up: Is now the time to buy?

If you’re looking to get on the property ladder, now may be the time to do it, as figures from the Bank of England have revealed that mortgage approvals are back to pre-Brexit highs[1]. In January, 69,928 new home loans where approved – up 1,662 from December, when 68,266 mortgages were granted by lenders. This […]