Nick Renaud-Komiya has been a writer and reporter for eight years, covering a range of areas from the NHS to investment banking. He now spends his time covering consumer issues and enjoys helping people gain better control of their personal finances. Nick’s money journalism has been featured in a range of national newspapers, magazines and websites including; The Sunday Mirror, MoneySavingExpert and The Independent.
Money.co.uk has pulled together some tips to help your business adapt to survive during these volatile times, as well as a look at the financial help available to your firm.
If your university has been shut down due to COVID-19 or your lectures have to be conducted remotely, you may be thinking about leaving your student accommodation. Here’s everything you need to know if you need to leave your university accommodation due to Coronavirus restrictions.
The government has extended financial support schemes for self-employed workers affected by COVID-19. Money.co.uk has collated a guide, detailing everything you need to know.
Money.co.uk reveals 10 simple things that could actually stop you from being able to claim on your home insurance.
While COVID-19 has caused enormous disruption for those trying to get on the housing ladder, money.co.uk has outlined some simple things you can do to boost your chances of getting a mortgage.
The Government will soon launch a £2 billion fund to help homeowners make their properties more energy efficient. Money.co.uk have uncovered how it could help you reduce your energy bills.
If you’re in financial difficulty due to COVID-19-related disruption, you may be feeling stressed and you mental health may be under Money.co.uk has created some tips to help you cope with this difficult situation.
The pandemic has made it harder for first-time buyers with small deposits to get a mortgage.Money.co.uk have put together a guide, highlighting what you need to know if you’re trying to get on the property ladder right now.
The UK Government has relaxed rules against travelling abroad, but some restrictions remain. What if you booked a trip before the pandemic hit? Money.co.uk has outlined all you need to know
During August 2020, eligible restaurants will be able to offer a 50% discount for food eaten on their premises on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, up to a maximum amount of £10 per diner. Money.co.uk has put together this helpful guide with everything you need to know.
The Government-backed discount scheme aims to support the restaurant and leisure sector. Money.co.uk has put together this helpful guide to show you how your restaurant business could benefit.