March 2014 blog posts

The Weirdest and Most Valuable Items Pawned

weird pawned itemsIf you thought that the pawn-shop industry was all about people handing over their cheap watches to pay for a night at the bingo, then …

Unemployment figures welcomed by the government

JobsUnemployment in the UK has fallen again, with official figures now showing that 7.2% of the population are out of work.

In the last three …

House builders benefit from Help to Buy initiative

Housing bubbleA proposed extension of the government’s Help to Buy scheme has seen shares in many of Britain’s house builders continue to rise.

The government initiative …

Cost of UK card fraud continues to rise

Credit cardCredit and debit card theft has reached its highest level in nearly a decade with consumers being warned to be wary of potential scams.

The …

Women hit hard in the battle to save wisely

Coins Spilling from a JarA report commissioned by insurance and pension provider, Scottish Widows, has revealed that women find saving money far more challenging than their male counterparts.

Statistics …

Cost Effective Train Travel – 9 Ways to Beat Rail Fare Increases

Train SeriesEvery year rail travel seems to get more and more expensive. As a new round of price increases came in at the start of the …

8 Mobile Apps that Save You Money

Most of us are always attached to our smartphone, downloading apps to have fun or make our lives easier. Next time you’re searching for the …

How the government’s latest welfare cuts could affect you

Cash cutsThe past few years have seen considerable changes to the benefits system in the UK. As the government has needed to save money to balance …

The Rise in Payday Loan Applications

With many people still struggling to meet the costs of everyday essentials, including housing and utility bills, the number applying for payday loans is rising. …

Labour criticises rapid rise in zero hour contracts

News header redNew figures have revealed recently that more people than estimated are currently working under controversial zero hour contracts.

The data, collated by the Office for …

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