Leanne Macardle

Leanne Macardle

Leanne Macardle

Editor

Leanne Macardle graduated from the University of East Anglia in 2006 with a degree in Psychosocial Sciences, but quickly changed direction and jumped into the world of finance instead. A stint at Aviva (or Norwich Union before the name change) and a few years of freelancing followed, before joining the editorial department at Moneyfacts Group as sub-editor in 2013, and taking on the positions of reporter and senior staff writer thereafter. Leanne now oversees the editorial direction of Moneyfacts.co.uk, and is also the main voice behind the Weekend Moneyfacts and Savers Friend newsletters.

Recent articles by Leanne Macardle

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Thomas Cook ceases trading – how to get your money back

23rd September 2019

The news today that Thomas Cook has collapsed has left thousands of holidaymakers stranded abroad and thousands more wondering how they are going to get their money back on holidays for which they’ve already paid

The news today that Thomas Cook has collapsed has left thousands of holidaymakers stranded abroad and thousands more wondering how they are going to get their money back on holidays for which they’ve already paid

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Mortgage borrowers benefit from a fall in average fixed rates

23rd September 2019

Mortgage borrowers are continuing to benefit from falling rates with the latest Moneyfacts.co.uk research showing that the average two-year fixed mortgage rate has fallen from 2.464% to 2.440% in the last month

Mortgage borrowers are continuing to benefit from falling rates with the latest Moneyfacts.co.uk research showing that the average two-year fixed mortgage rate has fallen from 2.464% to 2.440% in the last month

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The best residential mortgage rates this week 20.09.19

20th September 2019

The mortgage charts remain highly competitive this week, with new top rates entering the charts

The mortgage charts remain highly competitive this week, with new top rates entering the charts

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The best savings rates this week 20.09.19

20th September 2019

Savers got some good news this week, with the CPI (Consumer Price Index) figures showing that inflation during August had fallen to 1.7%, meaning that more savings accounts are now offering rates that match or beat inflation

Savers got some good news this week, with the CPI figures showing that inflation during August had fallen to 1.7%, meaning that more savings accounts are now

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