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10 Tips on How to Protect Your Finances

10 Tips on How to Protect Your Finances

March 4, 2021 | Posted under: Money Advice

10 essential tips to help you protect your finances The UK continues to follow some level of social distancing restrictions, and after going through three lockdowns as well as experiencing severe financial uncertainty, now is the perfect time to sit down and have an in-depth look at your finances and find ways in which you can protect them. After all, you've worked hard to earn your money! Here are 10 simple tips to help you transform and protect your finances this year. 1. Check your credit score…

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Food delivery insurance - everything you need to know

Food delivery insurance - everything you need to know

March 2, 2021 | Posted under: Car Insurance: The Latest News, Tips and Advice.

Food delivery insurance – everything you need to know If you deliver food, it is important to make sure you have the correct car insurance in place. Find the best deal on delivery insurance with Bobatoo:  With the explosion of the 'gig economy' in recent years, more and more people are finding themselves effectively self-employed and on their own when it comes to things like paying tax and making sure they have the correct insurance. Companies like Deliveroo mean that almost anyone…

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New Research Shows the Importance of Shopping Around for New Car Insurance

New Research Shows the Importance of Shopping Around for New Car Insurance

March 1, 2021 | Posted under: Car Insurance: The Latest News, Tips and Advice.

New research shows the importance of shopping around for new car insurance rather than auto-renewing UK motorists have been warned to avoid a common mistake when renewing their car insurance, which could save them as much as £277. A new study by car insurance comparison site GoCompare has found that there has been a significant increase in the number of drivers automatically renewing their car insurance policy in the past year – with 7.6 million policies having been renewed automatically…

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A Complete Guide to Landlord Insurance

A Complete Guide to Landlord Insurance

March 1, 2021 | Posted under: Home Insurance

A complete guide to landlord insurance In our complete guide to landlord insurance, you’ll find out everything you need to know about the type of insurance you need to have in place when renting out a property. Being a landlord comes with a lot of responsibility, so you need to ensure that you’ve got everything in place when it comes to landlord insurance cover so that you, your property and the tenants you’re renting out a house to are well protected in every eventuality. What…

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New Study Reveals Which Jobs Face the Highest Car Insurance Premiums

New Study Reveals Which Jobs Face the Highest Car Insurance Premiums

February 25, 2021 | Posted under: Car Insurance: The Latest News, Tips and Advice.

A new study reveals which jobs are currently facing the highest and lowest car insurance premiums GoCompare, one of the well-known car insurance comparison sites, has recently carried out a study comparing quotes for a range of job titles to see which occupations are facing some of the highest and the lowest premiums and to work out an average cost for each one. They analysed car insurance quotes that were purchased between 2018 and 2020, so their results give a good indicator as to the prices you…

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Borrowers Confused about Payment Holidays and Impact on Credit Score

Borrowers Confused about Payment Holidays and Impact on Credit Score

February 15, 2021 | Posted under: Money Advice

Borrowers Confused about Payment Holidays and Impact on Credit Score Consumer complaints service, Resolver, has reported that many borrowers have been left baffled about the terms of covid-19 payment holidays and the impact that payment deferrals could have on their finances and credit score. Check your credit score now: Check Your Score Covid payment holiday confusion - Lenders charge interest Over one-third of struggling consumers who took a payment holiday on their mortgage, personal loan, credit…

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How to Live on a Budget and Save Money

How to Live on a Budget and Save Money

February 12, 2021 | Posted under: Money Advice

How to Live on a Budget and Save Money For people on a low income or anyone looking to manage their finances better. Living paycheck to paycheck is never a nice reality to face, but if you’re struggling to make ends meet and you’re living on a low income, there are a few things you can do to live well on a small salary. Living on a budget can be done providing that you take the necessary steps to ensure that all your bills are paid and that you can afford the things you really need to…

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Best life insurance with free gift deal of 2021

Best life insurance with free gift deal of 2021

February 10, 2021 | Posted under: Life Insurance

Best life insurance with free gift deal of 2021With the purse strings tightening after Christmas and the financial impact of coronavirus upon the UK, saving money on simple things like your life insurance policy can make a big difference. As well as making sure you are getting the best deal from your chosen insurance company, you may want to consider what free gift is being offered alongside, as these freebies can be worth quite a bit of money. From free tech to valuable gift vouchers for high street/online…

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What to Buy and What Not to Buy With a Credit Card

What to Buy and What Not to Buy With a Credit Card

February 10, 2021 | Posted under: Money Advice

The Best and Worst Things to Buy With a Credit Card When it comes to figuring out the smartest way to use a credit card, there are a few things that you should be aware of in order to help improve your credit rating, while ensuring that you don’t make credit purchases for unnecessary things that could negatively impact your credit score. We’ve put together this helpful guide of the best things to buy with a credit card to build credit, as well as what you shouldn't buy with a credit card. Check…

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Banks and Building Societies Given 6 Months to Prepare for Negative Interest Rates

Banks and Building Societies Given 6 Months to Prepare for Negative Interest Rates

February 9, 2021 | Posted under: Money Advice

Banks and Building Societies Given 6 Months to Prepare for Negative Interest Rates Despite the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines, the Bank of England (BoE) has warned high-street banks and building societies in the UK that negative interest rates could be implemented later this year if the Coronavirus pandemic doesn’t get any better due to the recent discovery of new Covid-19 strains, which could potentially lead to another lockdown. As a result, banks have been given a 6-month window by the BoE…

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