Written by Peter Thompson. July 31, 2012
If you were faced with a house fire, which valuable item would you save first – perhaps a treasured heirloom or family photo album? Or would it be a technology gadget, such as your laptop or mobile phone?
Written by MoneyHighStreet Staff. July 31, 2012
Having a good education is hugely important because it allows you to reach higher salary brackets. It is society’s meritocratic way of paying you back for all those years of absorbing convoluted texts for your GCSE and A-Levels at school and, in between parties and drinking games, at university too.
Written by Julian Stone. July 26, 2012
As families struggle to save money, many are deciding not to buy home insurance. This though might be a short term gain that turns into a long term financial burden.
Written by Diane Ray. July 25, 2012
I have just read the results of the first Care Index from Partnership which states nearly 60% of the elderly do not want to go into a care home. Having elderly relatives in our family I can fully understand this but is it best to be looked after at home or not?
Written by Peter Thompson. July 24, 2012
Do you have all your valuable items, including gold, adequately insured or are you at risk of being underinsured?
Written by Peter Thompson. July 20, 2012
With school children on their summer holidays, parents are faced with expensive bills to keep them entertained. For many this will add increased pressure on already stretched budgets. Is there a way to entertain them more cheaply?
Written by Julian Stone. July 19, 2012
Halifax has removed the upfront fees on a range of its 2-year fixed rate remortgage products.
Written by MoneyHighStreet Staff. July 19, 2012
Wet, miserable summer days are the bane of most families’ lives. Deep down most of us feel the guilt of not being able to find anything for the children to do as cabin fever takes hold. For many the situation this year will be made worse as many families tighten their belts and have to forego their traditional breaks. However, just because you’re budgeting doesn’t mean you and your children’s summer has to boring.
Written by MoneyHighStreet Staff. July 18, 2012
Using credit and debit cards whilst on holiday can add significantly to your holiday bill. As many struggle to save money you may ask why do we accept this? How can we avoid such charges?
Written by Peter Thompson. July 17, 2012
Whilst 35% of Brits have reduced their debt levels in the last year, some 27% have had to increase their total debt and over a third are worried about being in the red over their finances.