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Monday 10 August 2020

Millions of UK Households are Set to Save on Energy Bills

Around 15million homes in the UK will make savings of up to £95 on their energy bills this winter.

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Friday 7 August 2020

One in Three Brits Rely on Short-Term Credit for Essentials

With one in three Brits relying on short-term debt or credit to pay for essentials, we consider the possible impact it could have on your credit score.

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Thursday 6 August 2020

Car Insurance Claims for Injured Cyclists Rise

Despite a drop in premium prices, car insurance claims relating to injured cyclists increased during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown.

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Monday 3 August 2020

MOT Tests Return: Drivers Face £1,000 Fines Without One

MOT rules are updated as mandatory tests return in August, with those driving without a certificate facing a £1,000 fine.

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Monday 27 July 2020

Households Choose Smaller Suppliers Over Big 6 Energy Firms

Find out why so many people choose to switch to smaller challenger suppliers instead of the Big Six energy companies...

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Friday 24 July 2020

Unmarried Parents Warned of the Risks of NOT Having a Will

Financial experts warn that unmarried couples must write a will in order to protect their children, their estate and each other.

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Thursday 23 July 2020

Driving Tests Resume After Coronavirus Disruption

Driving tests have resumed for some in England and soon will in Wales, but do you know how to get cheap car insurance as a new driver?

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Tuesday 21 July 2020

Payment Holiday Customers Are Being Refused Credit

People who took loan or mortgage payment holidays are being refused credit by banks and lenders, despite being reassured that their credit score would be safe.

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Tuesday 21 July 2020

The Cost of Car Insurance Drops Amid Coronavirus

New data suggests that the cost of car insurance has dropped in almost all UK regions during Coronavirus.

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Friday 17 July 2020

Electric Scooters May Lead to Fines and Car Insurance Hikes

UK laws mean that electric scooters (E-scooters) could lead to drivers losing their licences and facing higher car insurance premiums. But why?

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