Matt Fernell spent 6 years covering personal finance for money.co.uk.
During his time with us he wrote extensively on car and travel insurance, as well as covering consumer rights, investing and more.
Matt Left money.co.uk in 2019.
Get on top of your finances, stay out of debt and make the most of your money with this ultimate checklist. Here's what you need to do to get control of your cash.Read More
If you are heading off on holiday, you’ll need to choose between a single trip or annual travel insurance policy. But what is the difference, and which is right for you? Here is how to find out.Read More
If you have a medical problem, you may find it harder and more expensive to get travel insurance. Here is how to get cover even if you have a pre-existing condition.Read More
0% credit cards do not charge you interest on your purchases for a set period of time. They're commonly used for buying big, expensive products so you can spread out the cost.More on using a credit card for interest free purchases
The Tax Free Childcare scheme replaced the old employer supported voucher system, but is it any better? Here's a look at what's changed and how it could hit your pocket.Read More
If you want to drive a car you do not own, you will still need cover in place. Here is how to make sure you are insured to drive someone else's car.Read More
Your car insurance policy will cover you against most costs, but what if you need to go to court following an accident? Legal cover could help — here is everything you need to know.Read More
Even If your pet has suffered an illness, you can still find a pet insurance policy to cover them. Here is what cover you can get for your pet's conditions and how to find it.Read More
Did you know that the way in which you book your holiday can have a dramatic effect on whether you're protected if something goes wrong? We show you how to make sure you get to go on your holiday one way or another!How to protect your holiday
We discuss which insurance policies are essential and which ones you can afford to live without.Read More
The day you're discharged from bankruptcy is a new start, all the debts you took into bankruptcy will be gone and you're free to start afresh, but what happens next? Here's how to start getting your finances back on track.Read More