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Millions more switch energy providers

The number of households switching their domestic energy providers has soared, with millions of people looking for better deals. Figures released by Ofgem, the energy...

Mortgage lending in January up 2% on last year

The total advanced by mortgage lenders last month was 2% higher than a year ago, according to industry estimates. Umbrella group the Council of Mortgage...

Storm Doris: tips on protecting your property

Insurers are urging their customers to take action in a bid to minimise the risk of damage and injury as Storm Doris hits the UK.

Home insurance: ‘Billions of pounds of possessions are uninsured’

Tens of billions of pounds-worth of people’s possessions are uninsured because homeowners undervalue what they own when it comes to home insurance. A survey has...

Protecting yourself on holiday: some top tips

Following a few basic rules before and while you are on holiday can save you from suffering a financial nightmare. Here are some of the...

Car insurance: don’t pay the ‘loyalty tax’

Motorists are being urged once again to shop around before renewing their car insurance following news that costs have hit record levels. Premiums rose nearly...

How to find a legitimate UK online casino

Gambling has undergone a significant shift from the back rooms of bars, through the flashy, glamorous casinos in Las Vegas, all the way to...

Will the pound increase in value in 2017?

The pound had an awful year in 2016. To be fair, the first six months weren’t all that bad as it retained a steady...

Will Brexit make it easier or harder to buy a house?

In the wake of the Brexit referendum, house prices in London are still on the rise, but it’s anyone’s guess as to what the...

How will Brexit affect my money?

We’re now six months on from Britain’s historic decision to leave the European Union. However, time does not appear to have illuminated much of...

How to optimise your savings while interest rates remain low

While the level of inflation in the UK fell to 0.9% in October, it remains disproportionately high in relation to interest rates. This is...

Why it can be financially beneficial to buy a new car over a used...

When it comes to purchasing a car, many motorists will not even consider buying a new automobile. This is because they believe that the...