Except for property, we rarely invest our money into something we can actually use, let alone anything that is going to give us hours and hours of fun. Even if you invest in gold, which might sound like a more interesting option, it’s not as if you can actually wear your invested gold as jewellery…
When it comes to a robust investment plan, rooting around for hidden treasure at car boot sales can’t really be held up as particularly reliable.
The future of money is upon us and it’s exciting. We’re expecting to see 2018 as the year that cash is overtaken as the major form of payment in the UK.
Start generating meaningful returns from your cash and leave the days of earning little to no interest behind. Cash Rates updated 12/01/2018.
Whilst there’s something to be said for seeking out a last-minute holiday, the arguments for booking in advance are fairly difficult to deny.
A new report has revealed that the adult population have missed out on a staggering £94 billion over the past five years.
Contactless payments now feel as natural as reaching for the change in your pocket. What does this mean for the humble cash machine?
The first premium bond was sold on 1st November 1956, with £5 million worth of premium bonds sold on the first day alone.
Among the people affected by the falling pound during 2016 have been holidaymakers, who have found their sterling doesn’t gone so far anymore.
A recent survey has revealed the startling statistic that over 16 million people in the UK have less than £100 of savings.