Energy suppliers forced to tell customers which is the ‘cheapest’ tariff

Energy regulator Ofgem will force suppliers to offer the cheapest tariff to customers, it has been announced today. Does this mean your fuel bills...

How to avoid stamp duty

Is now a good time to buy your first home? Well, it could be perfect timing if you want to save money on stamp...

Beating the January Blues

We’re 10 days into January. It’s cold and dark in the mornings, I don’t have a holiday to look forward to, my finances are...

Half of Brits would serve out of date food to their...

Next time your friends invite you over for dinner, you might want to think twice – as research reveals that half of Brits will...

How to Avoid Unreasonable Currency Fees

It’s crazy to think about how international our lives have become. In many cases, our parents lived most of their lives here in the...

What is Universal Credit? How will it affect my benefits?

If you receive benefits, you need to know about Universal Credit. Find out what it is, how to calculate Universal Credit and whether it...

Teaching money to your kids – the fun way

With no one teaching money to us, we usually learn through painful mistakes. Help your children learn some of the lessons properly and early,...

Pocket money: teaching kids the value of money

It’s a thorny subject in some households and lucky is the parent who has never heard the words: “but Jonnie in my class gets...

The Top 20 Bucket List: What’s yours?

One would have thought it would be skydiving, snorkelling in the Mariana Trench or swimming with dolphins. But the greatest achievement in life for...

How to save £100 in tax with the right cash ISA

If you have money in an ordinary savings account, you might want to consider switching your spare cash into an ISA, as you could...