Written by MoneyhighStreet Staff. December 31, 2007
In the excitement of moving into a new home many buyers forget about the hefty arrangement fees that some lenders charge for setting up a mortgage. Mortgage arrangement fees are increasing so watch them carefully in 2008.
Written by MoneyhighStreet Staff. December 28, 2007
For some of us Christmas can be a time of heavy financial stress and may even be a time we are glad to see the back of. If you have struggled to make ends meet this Christmas you will want to avoid the same scenario next year. If so, you should start preparing now.
Written by MoneyhighStreet Staff. December 24, 2007
We look into our crystal ball to make some predictions about your personal finances in 2008. Will the credit crunch problems continue or will things get better?
Written by MoneyhighStreet Staff. December 21, 2007
These last few days between now and Christmas will be the busiest shopping days of the year and UK shoppers are expected to fork out a massive £2.1 billion on their credit cards in the final Christmas rush. How will you use your credit card this Christmas?
Written by MoneyhighStreet Staff. December 19, 2007
With just a few more days left to Christmas, the heat is on if you haven't finished your Christmas shopping yet. We show you how to save on those last minute presents this Christmas.
Written by MoneyhighStreet Staff. December 14, 2007
If you are taking out any form of credit, the first thing you will look at is the APR of the loan. What does APR really mean? And does it give a true reflection of the cost of the loan? We provide some answers.
Written by MoneyhighStreet Staff. December 12, 2007
The second half of 2007 has been a rough ride for British consumers. Falling house prices, the rising cost of credit and the threat of a recession has dented consumer confidence significantly. However some recent news gives us cause for optimism.
Written by MoneyhighStreet Staff. December 10, 2007
Store cards are costing British consumers almost £1 billion more in interest than other types of credit cards. So if you must rely on credit to meet your Christmas costs, make sure you find the cheapest finance available.
Written by MoneyhighStreet Staff. December 7, 2007
For many of us, the joys of Christmas can be overshadowed by financial worries, when we should be relaxing and enjoying time with family and friends. We show you how to budget for the festive season in this article.
Written by MoneyhighStreet Staff. December 5, 2007
Evidence is mounting that the Bank of England will cut interest rates by quarter of a percent on Thursday. Read this article to see how this could affect you.