Category Archives: Consumer Help

Options for Selling a Financed Vehicle

As much as many personal finance bloggers abhor the idea of purchasing a car on finance, it is interesting to know that in the year of 2018 more than 3 quarters of the cars sold privately in the UK were in fact bought using a finance arrangement. It is understandable then that many people may at some point find themselves in a position where they need to sell or change their vehicle while it still has some kind of finance attached to it. So is it possible to do this? 

Cute Puppy - Don't forget insurance!

January’s Here – Don’t Forget Insurance!

It’s the start of January and I’m guessing the last thing you all want to be thinking about right now is insurance, right? After all, you’ve probably just spent a small fortune on gadgets, bikes, pets and more. Why on earth would you want to spend more money?

Wealthsimple UK Pension SIPP

Wealthsimple Launch UK Pension

Wealthsimple have become the latest UK robo-advisor to add a pension product to their offering.

The new SIPP from Wealthsimple comes with no minimum investment and unlimited human investment advice at no extra cost. The fee structure is also simple at 0.7% for balances under £100,000 or 0.5% for balances over this amount.

Premier League football in net

Get Sky Sports for £5.99 a Month With Now TV

Have you dreamed of being able to watch Sky Sports every month but just can’t afford it?

Fixed Rate Savings - The right choice for you?

Fixed Rate Savings – The right choice for you?

With savings rates so low at the moment, many savers are doing all they can to maximise their returns. This may lead people into choosing a fixed rate savings product over a flexible one as they tend to offer higher rates.

But is a fixed rate savings account right for you or would a flexible easy access account be more suitable?