Is Pet Insurance Really Worth the Money?

Reading Time: 3 mins Pet Insurance Disclaimer: I have been paid by Petsure for my review in this post, but these views are my own. I think it’s fair to say that I love my little dog more than I love most people, so is pet insurance a necessity?. I got him at a time my health was bad, … read more

Make and save money with a caravan

Reading Time: 7 mins Caravan holidays offer a huge range of benefits. If you’ve ever used a caravan or mobile home, you will be aware of the enjoyment they can bring. They’re undoubtedly more comfortable than a tent or shared hostel and far less restrictive than a hotel room or rented holiday home. Plus, campervan/caravan holidays are all the rage … read more

Does your home insurance cover storm damage?

Reading Time: 5 mins Eunice took the UK by storm (quite literally) on Friday 18th February. Much of the country experienced high force winds – up to 90 mph in some parts – and it was branded the worst storm in 30 years by meteorologists. With any great storm, however, comes great devastation, and it is imperative to know … read more

The Government must postpone the National Insurance rate hike

The Government is still set on raising the National Insurance rate by a steep 1.25% in April, despite calls from all sides to postpone it because of the toll inflation is taking on consumers. I am one of the voices that is calling for this postponement because I consider that we are coming to a … read more

Changes in Motor Insurance Laws to Protect Consumers

Reading Time: < 1 min Home and motor insurance costs are coming under new laws from 1 January to protect consumers.

Is Now a Good Time to Buy a Caravan?

Reading Time: 4 mins   With international travel a big no-no at the moment, more and more of us choose to take holidays closer to home. From Aberdeen to Cornwall, thousands of people take to the British countryside and coast rather than jetting off to sunnier climes and risking quarantine when they get back. With this in mind, it … read more

What’s the Difference Between a Credit and Debit Card?

Reading Time: 5 mins Although a credit card and a debit card look the same and have similar functionalities, they are fundamentally different. They are both convenient to use and are accepted in most places, yet the core distinction is where the money is drawn from. Particularly when owning multiple cards, it can get a little confusing. This blog … read more

Financial Help for Carers

Reading Time: 7 mins One in ten people in the UK is a carer (that’s around 7 million people). Yet, many don’t know that there’s financial and emotional support available for them – not just the people they look after. Carers may look after people with disabilities, older people, or those with mental difficulties. They range in age from … read more

Make £100 a month with ads on your car

Reading Time: 5 mins You can have ads on your car, just like taxis and buses do. Unbelievable? Not really. If you’re someone who drives around a lot, then loads of people see your car. It makes sense for an advertiser to splash their logo across your bonnet. They’re going to get a lot of eyeballs on that space! … read more

The Best Reward Credit Cards in 2020

Reading Time: 5 mins We love products and services that make your money work for you. In particular, reward credit cards are great for this as whether you’re using your card for your day-to-day spending or to make a big purchase, all the points add up to a reward. The points you earn with these credit cards can be … read more

How to haggle when buying a second-hand car

Reading Time: 7 mins Buying a car is one of the biggest purchases most of us will ever make. It’s a massive decision, and not one to take lightly. Second-hand cars are ideal for those on a tight budget – or who don’t want to (or can’t) get a car leasing contract. With more people going back to work … read more

Money-Saving Tips For Your Car This Summer

Reading Time: 7 mins Cars are infamously pricey to run, and not just the vehicle themselves but with additional costs of insurance, road tax, and MOTs and servicing, it all quickly adds up. But fortunately there are measures you can take to reduce your driving costs and save a bit of money. RAC MOT Assist Cashback on Fuel Eco-Driving … read more

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