What does a Brexit no deal mean?

The long awaited Brexit “withdrawal agreement” vote was rejected by the vast majority of MPs in the House of Commons last night Tuesday 15th January 2019, prompting what many believe will be a vote of “no confidence” in the government today Wednesday 16th January. However the Prime Minister has vowed to keep working on a […]


Brits set to spend a whopping £4.5billion on Black Friday

According to research by GoCompare UK consumers are planning to spend a huge £4.5 billion in this year’s Black Friday Christmas sales, the equivalent of £165.00 per household. A study of 2,000 people discovered that 22% have delayed a major purchase hoping for a Black Friday bargain, and 36% expecting to purchase something in the […]


The Budget 2018 at a glance, what does it mean to you?

The Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered a somewhat surprise free budget with help promised to schools, the NHS, the High Street, mental health services and defence. There were also a few positives for first time buyers. The introduction of stamp duty exemption for first time buyers has now been extended to those looking into shared […]


Interest rate rise, what does it mean for you?

So for 10 years we have enjoyed a record low Bank of England base rate, with some of the most competitive financial products ever seen, especially in the unsecured loans and credit cards market. However as of today the Bank of England has voted to raise the base rate from  0.25% to 0.50%, just ¼% […]


Christmas wrapped up by the end of November?

This year Black Friday will be the 24th November and there are always loads of bargains to be had. Plan wisely, and make sure you apply for that unsecured loan or major credit card offer before the proposed interest rate rise, so you have enough in the pot for the 24th to bag yourself some […]



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