With the economy slowly recovering and fears of a triple-dip credit crunch looming large, cutting back on expenditure is a prime target for many households.
However, with so many other sacrifices necessary, cutting back on your groceries can feel like a step too. Nevertheless, with a few small adjustments, it is possible to still enjoy the food you want but for less money.Read More
Uptake of the recently introduced auto-enrolment workplace pensions could rise as high as 82%, new findings by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) show. The CIPD’s findings come after several studies in 2012 found awareness of the new system to be worryingly low.Read More
Credit cards have changed the way people deal with and spend money and often provide a much needed lifeline if things should get particularly tight one month.Read More
We all know that savings rates are on the floor and it seems there’s really not much of an incentive for savers to put their money anywhere other than under the mattress. So, given that the banks don’t seem likely to up the interest rates any time soon, is it time to think of a new way to inspire savers?Read More
Inflation is still rising, savings rates are falling and, to make matters worse, banks are, at best, loading decent savings rates with hefty bonus periods or, at worst, simply pulling their best rates.Read More