Personal Finance News

AA Home Cover offers radical new boiler cover which pays for itself

The biggest home running cost for most people is gas and electricity, just as the biggest car running cost can be fuel, according to AA Home Services. Today the AA launches a radical new boiler cover and energy switching service, which guarantees to save members £200 on their gas and electricity costs and non-members £150. […]

Over 50s are big spenders on home and lifestyle

Aspirations for dream homes and cars are not just for the young, many of us live this dream after we turn 50 by carrying out major spending on homes, cars and holidays*. Part of this could well be driven by retirement as almost half of people say they notice more repairs that need to be […]

Britain is a nation of savers

Britons haven’t lost their appetite for saving – despite the current low interest rate environment and economic uncertainty over issues such as Brexit. A survey conducted by one of the UK’s leading building societies, the West Brom,  shows that 72 per cent of the nation still class themselves as regular savers. Out of more than […]

Lifetime ISA will get younger generations saving for the future

The Government’s new Lifetime ISA is set to be a hit with parents and grandparents who are keen to get younger generations into the saving habit, according to new research by The Share Centre. The Lifetime ISA, which will be available from 6 April 2017, is a new type of saving account aimed at 18- […]

Half of homeowners could be at risk of flood

Thousands of homeowners could unknowingly be living in a high flood risk area, significantly increasing their chances of unexpected and costly damage, new analysis from home insurer Policy Expert has revealed. Of the 5,443 people surveyed, almost half (44%) did not know whether they lived in a flood risk area. This is despite the fact […]

Give your savings a caffeine boost with Fidelity’s ISA cappuccino plan

Making small sacrifices, such as cutting out your daily cappuccino, could transform your finances, according to figures calculated by Fidelity International. By simply ditching your daily shop-bought coffee at £2.50 a day, five days a week, you can easily find £50 a month to invest in an ISA. And growing even that apparently small sum […]