Martin Lane has seven year's experience writing and editing personal finance articles.
In that time he has extensively covered topics including car insurance, loans, property and travel.
Martin left Money.co.uk in 2019.
If you’re fed up with worrying about unscrupulous garages making your car’s MOT a misery, turning to a council MOT centre could be the answer.Read More
We all dream of receiving an unexpected windfall, but what are your rights if you receive an accidental payment into your bank account? We explain all the rules.Read More
Malvern Group, which owns Superbreak and LateRooms, has announced that it has gone into administration.Read More
Water bills in England and Wales are set to fall by an average of £50 between 2020 and 2025, under plans published by the industry regulator. Ofwat said firms would also have to invest an additional £6m each day in improving services for customers.Read More
Boardmasters — Cornwall's biggest festival — has been cancelled with just a few days' notice due to a severe weather forecast.Read More
Following 10 July 2015 announcement by the DVLA that the validity of the online code required to 'share driving licence' details with car hire companies has been extended from just 72 hours to 21 days, Hannah Maundrell, Editor in Chief of money.co.uk, comments.Read More
The countdown to Prime Day 2019 has already begun with early deals on Amazon brands, including four months of Amazon Music for only 99p1. But the real bargains kick off at 00.01am on Monday, 15th July and run until 11.59pm on Tuesday, 16th July, making this the biggest Prime Day event ever - or should that now be Prime Days?Read More
If you're paying a fortune each month for a Sky or Virgin Media subscription, now could be the time to think about cancelling. Here are the best ways to get your TV and movie fix for less.Read More
Being turned down for credit is inconvenient and worrying, especially if you don't know why it's happened. Find out why your application might have been rejected by the bank and what you can do about it.Read More
Child Benefit rules have changed and you may now need to pay back some or even all of your benefit to the taxman. We examine how the changes affect you and if there is anything you can do to keep your Child Benefit.Read More
If you need fertility treatment and don't have oodles of cash to spare, it's likely you'll have to face the NHS postcode lottery. We explain why the treatment on offer depends on where you live and exactly what you should expect.Read More
We explain your options if a store that you have gift vouchers for falls into administration.Read More
Starting your new life in some far flung corner of the world is both thrilling and daunting in equal measure. Here's how to prepare your finances for the move, wherever you're emigrating to.Read More
A good education will teach your child all the life skills they need to succeed and set them up for the future. A home education can be just as rewarding as sending them to school. We investigate if it makes financial sense.Read More
Being stuck without signal can be frustrating, but does it mean you can ditch your network and break your mobile contract without charge? Here is when you can cancel your contract without facing a hefty fee.Read More
Worried that cash will be taken from your bank account by companies you owe money to? We explain whether this is likely and what you can do about it.Read More
We've teamed up with the London Metropolitan University to put cash under the microscope and the results are shocking. Here are the facts about how dirty money is.Read more
A defibrillator which provides 24 hour emergency care has been installed on the wall of the money.co.uk Castle, next to the Open Air Swimming Pool, after a donation was made from the Cirencester Round Table.Read More