A ‘common cold’ can be a real annoyance for a few days. Headache, runny nose, temperature. It’s not pleasant but we get over it in a few days.
A dose of the cold is something most of us have to deal with at least once a year. But we are often not prepared for it and forget how to deal with it, even though it is a semi-regular guest in our lives.
Let’s look at what to expect with the common cold, the timeline of symptoms, and how to treat the cold. Continue reading
How much can you claim back on your PPI refund? Use our simple, free PPI calculator to work out how much you might get back in PPI redress. You can use this as your credit card PPI reclaim calculator.
PPI was often missold on loans, mortgages and credit cards. Each of these products will have different rules and procedures for calculating your PPI refund.
Calculate PPI refunds easily with this PPI calculator. Continue reading
RateSetter remains well ahead of Zopa in terms of its range of investment options and interest rates available in the peer to peer lending marketplace.
Let’s compare Zopa with RateSetter in October 2015.
Having reviewed my investments with both RateSetter and Zopa, it is easy to see RateSetter coming out on top. Continue reading
In a move that is sure to be unpopular, Santander have increased the monthly account fee on their 1|2|3 Current Account. And not just increased it, more than doubled it from £2 to a staggering £5 a month!
The new monthly account fee takes effect from mid-January 2016 giving consumers time to contemplate switching their current account if they think Santander has gone too far. Continue reading
So what are you preparing for? What scenarios are you prepared for?
Let’s look at a few test cases and see how prepared you would be. From minor inconvenience to zombie apocalypse. Continue reading
RateSetter lenders review – Reviews of RateSetter peer-to-peer loans from a lender perspective. A flexible and fun way to match lenders with borrowers. Follow my step by step guide to saving with RateSetter. Continue reading
Everything you need to know about investing in NS&I Premium Bonds.
What is the minimum and maximum investment?
The minimum number of Premium Bonds you can buy is £100.
The maximum holding of Premium Bonds you can have is £50,000. Continue reading
Are Premium Bonds from National Savings and Investments a good savings option? How many Premium Bonds do you need to win a prize? Is money invested in Premium Bonds safe? Continue reading
Can you refrigerate or freeze cooked rice and then reheat it? What are the rules around reheating cooked rice that has been frozen? Continue reading
I wanted to review Zopa peer-2-peer lenders to see whether they actually are better than a standard savings account. Can you really make good money lending with Zopa? Check out my review. Continue reading