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Good Money Week puts spotlight on ethical funds

03rd October 2018 This week marks Good Money Week, an initiative that seeks to help more people invest and save towards their future in an ethical and responsible way. While millennials are the most enthused about this, the latest figures show everyone could benefit. Read More...

Moneyfacts Consumer Survey – you could win £1,000

01st October 2018 It’s once again time to give your views on the financial services sector, for a chance to win £1,000, as this year’s Moneyfacts Consumer Survey is now open. Additionally, the Moneyfacts Consumer Awards finalists have just been announced! Read More...

41% have less than £200 a month after bills

30th August 2018 The rising cost of living is having an impact on disposable income, as 41% of Brits had less than £6.60 per day to spend on themselves in June, on average. This marks the second successive quarter in which this type of spending has seen a fall. Read More...

Brits spend eight days a year on life admin

24th August 2018 Between medical appointments, bill-paying, DIY and other admin tasks, Noddle.co.uk estimates that we now need 10 days per year just to work through all our life administration. Unfortunately, it seems that people are only spending eight days on it. Read More...

Bank of Mum and Dad needs financial guidance

20th August 2018 The Bank of Mum and Dad is often seen as the place to go to for help, but that doesn’t mean they can’t use some assistance themselves. Indeed, the latest research from Key suggests that many parents are worried they’re making financial mistakes. Read More...

24% of Brits have no fall-back savings

15th August 2018 Millions of Brits may be heading towards disaster, as many admitted that they would not be able to handle any type of financial shock or loss of income. This kind of pressure could be affecting current mental health, as well as possible futures. Read More...

How to survive the latest base rate rise

07th August 2018 It’s now been five days since the Bank of England increased base rate to 0.75%. Hopefully everyone’s had enough time to let it sink in, but that still leaves many with the question: what should I do now? Read More...

Money worries don’t stop when asleep

25th July 2018 It’s not just the heat that’s making it harder to sleep, as new research finds money worries are causing some to have nightmares. These can be so intense, in fact, that almost a third of respondents say they’ve changed their life based on a dream. Read More...

Girls getting more pocket money for first time

24th July 2018 For the first time in a decade, girls are receiving more pocket money than boys, averaging £7.09 per week compared to the boys’ average of £6.91 – a 3% difference. This is mainly due to a drop in the amount boys are getting. Read More...

Kids’ birthdays costing £415

19th July 2018 Parents are spending an average of £415 celebrating the birthdays of their under-18-year-old children. This means that those with two or more kids could easily spend more than £1,000 per year – a substantial expense if you don’t plan for it. Read More...


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