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- - Price changed on Taxi Insurance : Cheaper Insurance for Blackcab and Minicab available

- Bank of England rate: 0.50% !!!!

High Interest Saving Account

The time of high interest saving account is NOT over. Barclays Wealth offers a smashing 5% monthly saver via an offshore account in the Isle of Man.

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Get a Cheap UK Mortgage

True. Getting a mortgage in the UK is not as easy as it used to be. Banks are now looking more carefully before lending some money. Self certification mortgage is getting extremely more difficult to get, but not impossible.

New products are starting to emerge and it worth having a look at it: "Houseshare" Mortgage where friends join forces to get onto the property ladder.

Some UK mortgage which were "under used" are now product to be considered: Offset mortgage or Buy Abroad Mortgage for instance. Check the mortgage deals for first time buyers

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Car Insurance deal: best quote, benefit & incentive

Motor Insurer are all competing hard to get your custom. And who knows best how to grab your business than Tesco. Did I just write that ? Well, yes. I know that Tesco does not come to most people's mind when it comes to motor insurance, but yet they are achieving some amazing results in terms of customer satisfacion with their insurance products. Here is why:

  • Multicar discount
  • Up to 50% discount for named drivers
  • 15 Point Car Safety Check included
  • 15% off a full car service
  • 10% off on all mechanical repairs
  • 1 Clubcard Point for every £2 you pay on your Tesco Car Insurance Premium.

Kwik-Fit is also offering some very good incentives on car insurance:

  • 10% discount at Kwik-Fit Autocentres
  • Guaranteed courtesy car
  • Full glass cover
  • Hire car if your car is stolen
  • £150 Personal belongings cover
  • Save £100 on a Sat Nav
  • 24/7 accident action line

See our Car Insurance Comparison Table

Travel Money. Best Currency Rate & Travel Insurance

We all know that they all know. The banks and all the travel businesses know that travellers are all laid back when it comes to money. We spend, we spend, and what the problem if it cost more than usual...we are on holidays. does not have to be that way, and a savvy travellers should be aware of the following products:

The prepaid currency Mastercard

The prepaid Euro or US$ Currency card from Mastercard is an excellent way to keep control of your spendings while on holidays. The prepaid € or USD card is not only offering a very attractive exchange rate, but it also work like a regular prepaid top up card. You load it and you spend. For more information on prepaid credit card, check our prepaid card comparison table.

Travel Insurance

Like most insurances, it is totally impossible to recommend you one particular travel insurance as everything depends on your circumstances.

  • Are you travelling alone ?
  • Are you travelling with kids ?
  • Are you expecting to practice some extreme sports
  • Are you visiting a country at war ?
  • Are you travelling to the West Indies during the hurricane season
  • Do you want to be covered for the loss of your luggages ?

And the list of questions can go on for ever. There is no doubt that a travel insurance is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, but you should ask yourself what you need it for first !

Visit our Travel Insurance Comparison table and make up your mind

Switch Utility Supplier for cheaper Gas & Electricity

According to, energy prices are set to increase in the coming weeks. This now means UK consumers could be faced with massive energy bills of £1,400 a year!!! That's a £500 increase since the start of 2008. In order to protect your bills, consumers are encouraged to apply for a "fixed" tariff. These products may have limited availability and so act quick to avoid disappointment.

The table below shows the products currently available from each of the BIG 6 UK energy providers.


Ave. Annual Bill

Fixed Until

British Gas
Price Guarantee


31st December 2012

Price Protection


31st October 2012

Price Protection


1st October 2012




Scottish Power
Fixed Price


31st August 2012

Scottish & Southern



Alternatively, for those looking for the cheapest possible deal and who are willing to take a risk against further increases, "online" products are offering average annual bills of £880. However, consumers must be aware that these products are variable and therefore at risk to price increases.

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Home Insurance Compared

Thanks to Nationwide, consumers can now save 30% on their Home Insurance when they buy buildings and contents cover together online! In addition to this great saving Nationwide will beat what you paid last year - or refund the difference up to £100.

For this offer and more, Check our Home Insurance Comparison table and make up your mind

Another very tempting incentive is Tesco Home Insurance offering £50 cash back + 35% online discount. Find out more

Featured News


A substantial increase in the number of commercial properties standing open will result in a significant tax windfall for the Treasury thanks to new rules introduced this year, leading accountants are warning.

Owners of commercial property that is not occupied or let out have, from 1 April, been unable to claim relief on business rates once the building has stood empty for more than three months, or six months in the case of industrial premises.


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One of India's top bankers has cautioned against the "exuberance" fuelling overseas acquisitions by its companies, and has said prosperity for the country's financial sector lies in domestic opportunities.

Few senior figures in India have dared question the ambitions of the country's big groups, whose thirst for global recognition was highlighted by Tata Steel's £6.7bn ($13.3bn) takeover of Corus, the Anglo-Dutch steelmaker, last year.



Generali, the Italian insurer, has dropped out of the £7bn race for Royal Bank of Scotland’s insurance assets on the eve of the deadline for indicative bids to be submitted – cutting the field of bidders still further.

The move comes hard on the heels of a decision by Warren Buffett not to participate in the auction. RBS had previously excluded bids from private equity firms.