Posted by | Category Blog | Date 26 January 2018

What is Open Banking?

New rules have been introduced which mean that banks must allow you to share your financial info with other authorised providers. What is the reason for the introduction of these new open banking rules and what does it mean for our finances? In this guide, we will take you through everything you need to know about open banking.For some time now, you have been able to allow third-party providers,

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 25 January 2018

How to Save Money Moving House

For anyone, moving home is an expensive time; and these costs do not come from the new property alone.  There are a plethora of costs to account for during moving-day itself, let alone the lengthy process itself. But rest assured; here are the ways in which you can save money when moving house.Compare Delivery Services One of the largest expenses on moving-day will come from moving your belongings

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 23 January 2018

Best free apps to track your online spending habits

The digital age has blessed our generation with technology beyond the wildest dreams of those who lived before us. Digital technology is now a huge part of how we spend our money with the rise of contactless and “invisible payments” via apps and one touch technology online. Due to the invisible nature of how we are spending, it can be far harder to keep track of our finances and budget

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 19 January 2018

Ecommerce Trends 2018

Global ecommerce is ever-growing at a very fast rate. In 2017, the statistics show that ecommerce reached around $2.3 trillion/£1.7 trillion and is expected to reach a whopping $4.5 trillion by the year 2021 (source: according to a Statista report) Over the pond in the United States, 10% of all retail sales were represented by ecommerce. This figure is showing by about 15% per annum. Smart Phones

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 12 January 2018

An app that can stop you from drunk spending?

Have you ever been on a night out on the town, only to wake up and find that your bank balance is severely lacking? Surely those three cocktails that you had couldn't have amounted to such a large sum of money. Then it begins to come back to you, you saw your friend from University at the bar and agreed to buy more drinks and of course, you finished the

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