This Month's Top Articles
Archived 2011-03 news:
|Savings Accounts: Shop around for the best savings accounts |
|26th March 2011|
|Annie Shaw, editor of CashQuestions.com, highlighted that people need to be sure they are getting the best returns on their money.|
She explained that with the level of inflation as high as it is, individuals may not be getting the best interest rate on their saving accounts as they generall...
|Credit Cards: Kids see families cut back on spending |
|25th March 2011|
|A large number of children between the ages of 11 and 16 have seen their parents reduce their level of spending during the economic downturn, a new survey has revealed.|
Conducted by the Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education (RSSCSE) at the University of Plymouth, 33.1 p...
|Car Insurance UK: Efficient driving can drive down motoring costs |
|23rd March 2011|
|As motorists try to find cheaper car insurance to lower their outgoings, there are other ways in which they can drive down the cost of owning a car.|
GEM Motoring Assist has offered a number of tips on how to drive more efficiently, which will mean they have to top up at the petrol station l...
|Savings Accounts: Some Brits save more than ever |
|23rd March 2011|
|Many Brits are putting more money into their savings accounts than ever before, new research has revealed.|
Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks discovered that 28 per cent of people are saving more than they did 12 months ago, wh...
|Mortgages: Fixed deals 'offer mortgage customers protection' |
|22nd March 2011|
|Many mortgage borrowers are opting for fixed deals because they believe they will offer them security, an expert has suggested.|
However, consumers need to be aware of the problems that may arise once their current product comes to an en...
|Credit Cards: Credit card late payments 'can be avoided' |
|19th March 2011|
|Credit card holders are being encouraged to link a direct debit to their account in case of late payments.|
Michelle Whiteman, spokesperson for The UK Cards Association, explained that although many people do pay their full balance, t...