There are a number of different types of insurance that you have to consider getting when you own your own property, and the price of these each month can soon begin to add up. It is all to easy to assume that after years of no claiming that the policies are not really that important.…

Is it Worth Investing in Cryptocurrency?
Having just had its 10th birthday, Bitcoin has paved the way for a new way of storing value other than traditional currencies. But even after those 10 years is it worth investing in cryptocurrency? It has had a bad reputation in the past; and it is easy to associate it with shady activities such as…

How a payday loan can help in an emergency
Sometimes we need money in a real emergency. There may be very few places to get money and if you need it quickly it can be concerning. This is even worse if your bank is closed or if you have used up all of the credit available to you at your bank. You may start…

Starting Your First Business
One of the most important things to consider when starting your first business is the financial aspect of your new venture. Once you have the idea, the brand and other details, the only thing that remains it to get your hands on the money. Getting a business loan can be difficult, and many people try…

Two payday loan companies have been forced to surrender their consumer credit licences after a crackdown on payday lenders by the OFT (Office of Fair Trading). Three more companies could lose their licence as they are currently being investigated too. The two companies that have surrendered their consumer credit licences are The Payday Loan Company…

British banks have said that they do not expect to increase the amount of lending available to businesses in the second quarter of 2013. This is despite the rise in the amount of companies looking to secure loans to help grow their businesses. A survey by the Bank of England has shown that lenders predicted…

The rising rate of rent in the UK is forcing many Britons to start making major sacrifices in order to remain in their homes, according to a report from AXA. The lengths that people have gone to range from moving to a smaller or more distant property, selling a car or even stopping private tutoring…

It’s been no surprise that workers in the UK have had their wages cut in real terms since the financial crisis began, but now the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has highlighted the extent of the problem. Releasing a report comparing the UK’s average wage growth to other countries in economic turmoil, the TUC general secretary…

The minutes from the Monetary Policy Committee’s (MPC) latest meeting show that there is a more sizable portion of the committee willing to engage in further quantitative easing (QE) than was expected. The international monetary markets jumped on this news, abandoning the pound in favour of currencies or materials that are considered to be at…