Brits lose an average of £40 per year lending money to friends and colleagues

We lose a staggering £40 a year from unpaid loans to friends and family, equating to £2,500 in a lifetime according to new research released by Nationwide Building Society. Asking a relative or friend to repay money is often an awkward experience and over two thirds (73%) of Brits don’t trust all of their friends […]

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Holidaymakers spend £974 on their 2016 summer getaway

New research from Sainsbury’s Bank Credit Cards reveals on average, each person planning a summer holiday this year is likely to spend £974 on it. Many people would consider booking the vacation itself as being the most expensive part of the holiday, however the research reveals that it’s just over a third of the total spend. […]

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Top tips to help improve your credit score

1.    Make sure you are on the electoral register. Lenders use the electoral register to help fight identity fraud and confirm a person is who they say they are and that they reside at that address. 2.    Pay bills on time or ahead of schedule, a good credit score needs to be built up over […]

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Going to University can ruin your chances of buying a home

More than 16,000 people failed to get on the property ladder last year because of their poor credit score, according to a study from Amigo. Most affected are those who embarked on higher education who are 10% more likely to be rejected for a mortgage because of poor credit scores than those with just A-levels […]

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One in five have found unrecorded damage on their hire car

Over one in five people who have hired a car (21%) said they had found damage on the car which was not highlighted on the check-out sheet, according to a new YouGov survey, commissioned by iCarhireinsurance.com, the leading provider of stand-alone car hire excess insurance. Any damage to a hire car, even if it isn’t […]

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