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UK Drops Down European Savings Tables

By |September 8th, 2014|

British households are struggling to put enough money into savings accounts when compared to their European neighbours, a new study shows.

The UK has fallen to 11th in the Post Office’s Future of Savings Study, which looks at the saving habits of 18 countries where the cost of living is comparable.

It means the UK is now […]

Stable Growth Forecast for Rest of 2014

By |September 4th, 2014|

The UK economy will see growth rates stabilise in the remainder of the year, according to business lobby group, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).

It means many people across the UK will have the opportunity to get their finances in order, without the prospect of dramatic changes.

The only thing to watch out for is a […]

Are You the Victim of Identity Theft: The Clues to Look Out For

By |September 2nd, 2014|

Around 350 individuals were registered as victims of identity fraud in the UK every day in 2013, highlighting the need for people to be exceptionally careful when it comes to their data.

More than 132,000 cases were recorded, often due to personal data being readily available for potential fraudsters.

Fraud experts at Experian believe it takes an […]

How an Online Prepaid Card Could Help You Save

By |August 29th, 2014|

Opening up the world of online shopping for a consumer means they too can benefit from the wide range of deals and offers that are available.

For anyone without a credit or debit card, these possibilities cab be unobtainable, but not so if they have an online prepaid card.

These cards are specifically designed for online purchases […]

CBI Proclaim Positives Surrounding Strengthening Economy

By |August 27th, 2014|

The Confederation of British Industry has painted a positive picture of the UK economy in its latest quarterly services sector survey.

It represents good news for the services sector where job prospects are improving and also for the manufacturing sector where wages are reportedly rising.

The CBI report says that despite a slowing of activity in the […]

Business Expenses Management – Your Options

By |August 21st, 2014|

Business expenses will vary by company, with virtually every firm having some form of finances that will need to be managed.

While larger firms will tend to have larger expenses, managing them remains a necessity to ensure that business costs do not spiral out of control.

When staff travel or purchase goods on behalf of a company […]

Protecting Against Card Fraud – What Steps Can You Take?

By |August 19th, 2014|

As payment technologies have improved and increased in number during recent years, so too have the methods used by criminals to fraudulently access funds.

Unfortunately there will always be a certain number of individuals who are determined to fraudulently access the finances of others, but there are ways they can be tackled.

A vital part of the […]

Consumers Thirst for Online Services Boosts Need for Payment Options

By |August 15th, 2014|

New data suggests that three in every four adults have purchased goods online in 2014, a considerable rise from figures in 2008.

Office for National Statistics data shows that 74% of people have engaged in online shopping activity in the first seven months of 2014, compared to 53% six years ago.

In addition, some 53% of adults […]

Spending on Travel Leaps as Holidaymakers Get Away for Summer

By |August 13th, 2014|

Nothing beats heading away for a spell abroad and it is this desire to enjoy the combination of sun, sea and sand on a summer holiday that saw travel spending shoot up in July.

Figures from Barclaycard’s latest monthly update revealed that spending on travel and entertainment leapt by 8% last month as families enjoyed their […]

Average Student Debt Rises to Almost £20k in Current Climate

By |August 11th, 2014|

Students heading off to university now face annual tuition fees of up to £9,000 compared to maximum annual fees of £3,000 just a few years ago.

Now the Fourth annual Lloyds Bank Student Finance Report has revealed that student debt has climbed by 14% in a year-on-year comparison, rising from an estimate of £16,909 to £19,217.

Growing […]