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New research by personal finance experts, money.co.uk has revealed that Britain is set to shop online and go big on this year’s Black Friday sales.
Press release | A new study from money.co.uk has revealed that forty percent of new parents are forced to cut short their maternity leave because they can’t afford the time off.
Press release | The broadband experts at money.co.uk have produced a new report which identifies how internet speeds are impacting house prices across the country.
ONS has released new figures on household spend across the UK, following months of lockdown and social distancing restrictions. Money.co.uk comments on how people can best manage their money during these times.
As drivers get back behind the wheel, these tricks could save you £100’s
Amid the impact that the Coronavirus has had on the UK economy, the Employment rate is at a ten year low. Money.co.uk has commented on the effect this could have on people's mental health.
The personal finance experts at money.co.uk have produced a handy Christmas Best Savings guide, to show shoppers exactly when to shop savvy for Christmas discounts and how to make the most of the potential savings available, to lighten the financial load at Christmas.
With most of the nation stuck indoors due to lockdown restrictions, homeowners across the UK are investing in lockdown makeovers, money.co.uk reveals new research.
UK households have slashed their personal spending during lockdown – saving an average of £2,879 each during the 13 weeks of quarantine, according to a new report from money.co.uk.
Workers across the UK no longer see getting a university education as the key to unlocking better career options. However, new research from money.co.uk suggests that graduates do earn considerably more than those without degrees over a lifetime.
Bored Brits in lockdown have been pining for their favourite brands more than ever before, a new report by the personal finance experts at money.co.uk has revealed.
StepChange has revealed the extent of debt that UK households are experiencing as a result of Covid-19. Money.co.uk comments on these concerns.
Across the country offices and workplaces that have been closed for months are slowly starting to re-open their doors and welcome back employees following the Covid-19 lockdown. Money.co.uk has provided guidance for employees going back.
Following the coronavirus lockdown, we are starting to gradually head back to normality, with many employees are set to start returning to work from the 15th of June. Money.co.uk has offered tips for employers on how to do so safely and effectively.
Coronavirus has caused many of us increased money worries due to a reduction in income and job security concerns. money.co.uk comments on financial anxiety and gives tips on how to cope with it during a pandemic.
COVID-19 has created turmoil in global financial markets, hitting many people’s pension pots. Money.co.uk comments on this concern and gives guidance for those thinking about retirement
UK Finance Household Review is reflecting on turbulent start to the first 3 months of the year- money.co.uk comments on these findings
New data reveals that almost half of UK businesses (42%) have less than 6 months of cash reserves as a result of lockdown restrictions. Money.co.uk comments on the state of the jobs market across the UK.
As lockdown measures start to ease, the money.co.uk is looking ahead to reveal the first things Brits will do when the restrictions on day-to-day life are fully lifted.
With much of the country officially closed for business, stay home Brits have used the nationwide lockdown to save on average £396 in the last six weeks. Money.co.uk reveals full data and comments further.
Workers can breathe a sigh of relief as the furlough scheme has been extended amid the coronavirus crisis. Money.co.uk comments on this.
The reality of coronavirus has meant that for many in the UK, upcoming holiday plans have been postponed or cancelled entirely. New figures show that 85% are concerned about fear, anxiety and worries about safety.
The government passed an emergency law in March that restricts landlords from evicting their tenants throughout June that stops landlords evicting tenants three months. Money.co.uk comments on this scheme.
Millions of homeowners have taken advantage of the government's mortgage holiday scheme, money.co.uk reveals the long term costs of taking a mortgage payment holiday
One in ten UK couples say lockdown has led them to plan a new baby, a national study* has revealed. Those most likely to plan for a lockdown baby live in London (18%), the North-east (18%) and Yorkshire & The Humber (14%), according to research by financial comparison experts money.co.uk.
Four out of 10 parents don't save a penny towards this.
Research by money.co,uk and the Cebr finds that 15% of landlords are sitting on an estimated £514m of unprotected deposits.
January 13th is the real transfer window, as the nation looks to spread Christmas debt. Money experts have dubbed it T-Day.
money.co.uk explains the rights of passengers of the Norwegian Spirit cruise ship.
Personal finance experts at money.co.uk offer tips on avoiding debt at Christmas
Research from money.co.uk reveals the items that Brits have spent on since lockdown began, as over one third of Brits head online more often for retail therapy, than before the COVID-19 crisis.
As the effects of coronavirus hit the high street with the collapse of Laura Ashley, money.co.uk comments.
New analysis from independent comparison website money.co.uk reveals that catalogue credit could take the shine off of Christmas bargains as customers can expect to pay up to 60% APR with mainstream brands
It is National Price Hike Day in the UK on April 1st - and the cost of living is set to spiral upwards by £1581 this year for every UK household, as Brits are set to be hit with a raft of inflation.
Research from money.co.uk reveals that Millennials (aged 24-39) and Generation Z (aged 16-23) adults have been on almost twice as many dream holidays as their parents (over age 50).
As the Bank of England reacts to the coronavirus outbreak by dropping interest rates, money.co.uk comments.
As flooding hits many parts of the UK, money.co.uk comments on what to do if your property has been affected.
The key to managing your money to pay off debts is focus - a 2020 money management vision for 2020.
As household bills are set to increase on 01/04/2020 money.co.uk unveils its annual National Price Hike Day Report. Read on for more
Money.co.uk comment detailing employee rights during the coronvairus outbreak
As Storm Ciara batters Britain, money.co.uk offers tips on what to do if your property is damaged, read on for more information on home insurance claims.
New tips released as switching current accounts continues to grow in popularity
The traditional piggy bank is predicted to disappear from UK homes as parents lead the way towards amore digital cashless society. Check out the latest study on this by money.co.uk.
New research and interactive budgeting calculator from money.co.uk reveals the true cost of UK Christmas gifting
More than half of the UK adult population (almost 27 million), will head into 2020 in debt, with almost five million** owing over £10,000 in loans and credit, according to a poll conducted by money.co.uk.
New research from money.co.uk reveals that saving the planet costs you an extra £2,000 a year - read on for more information
HSBC is offering an exclusive deal to customers of money.co.uk and uSwitch: customers* who switch their main account to an HSBC Advance Bank Account through either platform will receive £175 cashback for switching.
As British Airways suspends its flights to China following Foreign Office advice to avoid all but essential travel to China , Money.co.uk outlines your rights.
Advice for staff and customers as Mothercare announces plans to appoint administrators
HSBC is offering a comparison site exclusive cashback deal to new customers through money.co.uk and Uswitch, read on for more details.
Hannah Maundrell, Editor in Chief at money.co.uk, comments on the 2015 Summer Budget announcement that a new Innovative Finance ISA will be introduced in April 2016.
With threats of strikes at Heathrow and Gatwick, as well as by staff at Easyjet, Ryanair and British Airways, Brits face a summer of travel chaos.
With just under one month left for eligible customers that were mis-sold credit card security protection to claim, Hannah Maundrell, Editor in Chief of money.co.uk, offers some useful advice on getting your cash back.
money.co.uk personal finance expert offers tips on getting out of debt before Christmas
Barclaycard and Sainsbury's Bank have both today launched new deals to attract Balance Transfer customers as the time for moving debts around reaches its peak.
The pound has received a boost from reports of renewed efforts to avert a no-deal Brexit — just in time for holidaymakers heading abroad for the Bank Holiday weekend.
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.
Monday 4th January is peak time to set the 'separation wheels in motion'.
One in six travel insurers don't offer cover if airlines and holiday companies go bust, read on to see money.co.uk personal finance expert's views.
Boardmasters — Cornwall's biggest festival — has been cancelled with just a few days' notice due to a severe weather forecast.
As the FCA reveals its new rules for overdrafts, money.co.uk comments on how they will benefit people across the UK.
A survey of 1,646 adults compiled by YouGov, delving into people's shopping habits since lockdown began, has revealed how often people have been visiting different types of shops to get their essentials, and if frequency has changed since lockdown started.
Money.co.uk comments on the new government small business loan scheme, amid the coronavirus
Sterling has dropped this morning on the back of news that GDP has contracted, hitting a 31-month low against the dollar and a two-year low against the euro.
With four out of five student tenants not signing a photo inventory, read on to find out why they are losing their money and what they can do about it.
As the coronavirus claims its first profile Uk business casualty, our personal finance expert shares his thoughts on what protections travellers need to check for to recoup their cash.
With the effects of coronavirus hitting the high street ,money.co.uk comments on the collapse of Debenhams
We're not joking, 1st April really is 'National Price Hike Day' when you'll be hit with yet another raft of inflation-busting price hikes and many of your day to day activities will cost you more.
With 2020 being a leap year, new research reveals that a third of unmarried women plan to propose to their significant other on 29/02/2020
We've predicted our future finances by analysing ONS data from the past 80 years to make a forecast for the next 10 years, taking into consideration inflation and rising expenses.
Forgetful shoppers could face a bill of £100 million between now and Christmas if they don't 'bring a bag'.
Half of those with an annual household income of over £70,000 feel they are just about managing financially.
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?
Almost half of Brits proposing to their lover will get into debt to pay for their engagement ring, according to new research by money.co.uk
Ryanair has lost a High Court bid to prevent strikes by its pilots on 22 and 23 August.
Rental deposits could account for up to 120% of monthly salaries by 2026 according to a report by the Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr) for money.co.uk.
As the Gambling Commission announces a new ban (due to come into effect in April 2020) on using credit cards for gambling, money.co.uk comments
British Airways pilots are striking on 9 and 10 September, but the knock-on effects could be felt for a day or two after the strike ends. What should consumers do?
Malvern Group, which owns Superbreak and LateRooms, has announced that it has gone into administration.
As it's revealed that nearly half of working private renters could not afford their rent for more than a month if they lost their job, money.co.uk advises consumers on saving to protect themselves against loss of earnings
As the spread of coronavirus continues, money.co.uk comments on what do do if you are concerned about losing money
The CMA has issued Directions to Barclays, which was in breach of the ban on banks forcing small business to open or maintain a current account in order to access another product, such as a loan.
Britain's biggest spending hotspots revealed. When all the household bills are paid, where does the money go?
As the effects of coronavirus continue to hit the high street with the collapse of Oasis and Warehouse, money.co.uk comments.
Workers across the country have found their pockets hit by the coronavirus crisis. Money.co.uk has provided tips on how you can save money and manage your budget with less cash coming in.
One in five savers admits to saving less, or not at all, in the last 12 months — largely due to minimal returns.
Money.co.uk's comments on the debt holiday scheme - updated following confirmation by FCA of measures being approved
As the effects of coronavirus continue to hit the high street with the collapse of Oasis and Warehouse, money.co.uk comments.
The financial markets claim there is a 62 per cent chance that the Bank of England will cut the base rate at the end of January 2020 to 0.5 per cent- money.co.uk comment
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.
61% of drivers admit they smoke with passengers on board, this affects over 300,000 children under four.
New data from ONS reveals the harsh realities the coronavirus pandemic is having on businesses, Money.co.uk comments on this; as well as provides tips on how employees can remain productive and healthy throughout lockdown
As the FCA asks banks to offer debt holidays to customers, money.co.uk comments with tips on how to apply for a mortgage holiday and where to get free debt advice.
As spending on credit cards overtakes cash for the first time, money.co.uk advises consumers on the potential issues caused by contactless and credit card payments
National Price Hike Day falls on Easter Sunday this year - the day you'll be hit with a raft of inflation busting price hikes so many of your day to day activities will cost you more.
Our Editor in Chief, Hannah Maundrell spoke to The Sun about how you can cut the cost of your shopping bills.
If you're planning your wedding party playlist then take note, a new study into dance floor fillers has revealed Nightcrawlers' 'Push The Feeling On' is the song most likely to get people's feet moving and hips shaking, with 'Horny' by Mousse T. ft. Hot 'n' Juicy in a close second.
Black Friday offers thousands of amazing and tempting deals in the shops and online, money management is crucial if you want to avoid waking up with a financial hangover. Follow these tips to keep control of your money.
Less than a third of the UK's most sought after tech products of 2019 have been discounted by three major retailers this Black Friday, research by Money.co.uk reveals all.
As the future for Thomas Cook looks uncertain, money.co.uk advises customers on protecting their money
money.co.uk personal finance expert offers tips on the biggest financial win for 2020 - making and sticking to a budget.
People with a January birthday will lose out by up to £1,120.11 of gifts over their lifetime according to new research, which also revealed that UK adults are set to spend almost £26billion on birthday gifts in 2020
As the headline grabbing interest rate from Marcus is cut, money.co.uk advises on the best interest rates for savers.
Natwest and RBS are again experiencing outages on their websites - less than a day after fixing similar issues on their sites.
For the past three years our founder and CEO, Chris Morling has given every team member £5,000 to donate to a charity of their choice. The staff all chose charities close to their heart and ranged from small local charities to nationwide specialist ones.
As banks announce that they will look to cancel credit cards for customers in persistent debt, following new guidelines from the FCA, money.co.uk suggests steps to help borrowers get themselves out of debt
Barclaycard has announced that it will give away a case of wine worth £60 or a £15 gift voucher to customers who are accepted for its Platinum 33 and 34 month balance transfer card.
As environmental groups look to disrupt flights at the UK's busiest airport, money.co.uk advises consumers on their rights if their flights are delayed or cancelled.
More than four in every five people in the UK are looking to get away this winter and leave behind the wettest December on record, according to a new study by credit card company MBNA.
An issue with the air traffic control system has resulted in flights being suspended at Britain's second busiest airport.
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.
With up to £5,539 up for grabs you should read on...
Research by money.co.uk finds pet owners face a £232 million bill for rejected claims as, according to our survey, one in three pet insurance claims are unsuccessful.
Comment from personal finance experts at money.co.uk on how to make a home insurance claim for storm damage
Consumers paying their council tax bills on credit cards are stung with an average surcharge of £30.
Hannah Maundrell, Editor in Chief at money.co.uk, commented on the latest price hike announcement by TalkTalk
One in five mortgage customers are paying through the nose for sitting on their lender's standard variable rates.
As the Foreign and Commonwealth Office changes its advice to recommend against all but essential travel abroad, money.co.uk comments on how that impacts on travel insurance.
As America closes its doors to travellers from 26 European countries to slow the spread of coronavirus, money.co.uk comments:
As the Financial Conduct Authority publishes its interim report on 'general insurance pricing practices', money.co.uk reminds customers that the power to switch is firmly in their hands.
With more than 20 million dogs and cats living in our homes, the UK is a nation of pet lovers, but which are our favourites? The experts at money.co.uk have revealed all.