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Amex brings back Shop Small with free fivers

American Express cardholders will once again be able to get a free £5 spend everytime they shop at small retailers. Every year Amex launches its ‘shop small’ initiative, which encourages consumers to shop from small, independent retailers. In return, cardholders are given £5 back on purchases of over £10. The Shop Small events starts on […]

Metro Bank launches new savings accounts with top rate of 2.7%

Metro Bank has launched a savings account giving consumers one of the highest rates of interest available on the high street. The instant access and fixed term savings accounts will give competitive interest rates of up to 2.7%. To take advantage of the top rate of 2.7%, savings have to be fixed for three years. […]

See how tax credit cuts will affect you

When a working mum broke down in front of the cameras during Question Time over cuts to tax credits, it was hard not to cry for her. The government’s decision to make the cuts to tax credits will leave almost 3.2 million families £1,300 worse off per year when the changes come into force in […]

Mums to be given more consumer power with new laws

Ever purchased something and unable to get a full refund even though it was faulty? Mums are often victims of buying useless baby gadgets or products that just don’t do what they claim they will. Well, it’s good news – as of today (1 October), you’ll be entitled to a full refund within 30 days […]

Train delay compensation to be paid in cash

Commuters will now be able to ask for cash compensation if their train is delayed for 30 minutes or more. Usually, train companies will give travellers a voucher, but changes to the National Rail Conditions of Carriage this week, means passengers will be entitled to ask for cash instead. Customers must make a claim in the […]

Double cash cover for Greece holidaymakers

Holidaymakers to Greece will be given double cover for their cash with John Lewis Travel Insurance. With ATMs in the country quickly running out of cash, travellers are being advised to carry more money than usual, enough to cover additional costs and unexpected expenses such as travel delays and emergencies. John Lewis typically offers Plus […]

Standard Life partners Scottish Friendly to launch new junior ISA

Standard Life and Scottish Friendly have teamed up to create a new junior ISA, with a greater choice of funds for parents. The new ISA – known as My Easy Option – will offer five risk/reward graded funds backed by Standard Life’s long-term investment savings business. The ISA is only available online via Standard Life. […]

Drivers warned over not restraining their furry friends

Drivers with pets have been warned to either buckle up their pets or face falling foul of the law and insurance requirements. GoCompare warned drivers, who are often seen letting their dogs stick heads out of windows, that by not restraining them, they risk having an insurance claim rejected if they were to be involved […]

Personal debt to hit 2.5 trillion by 2020

The average debt for adults in the UK will be around £47,000 by 2020, according to The Money Charity. The analysis found that Brits will owe a whopping £2.5 trillion in just the first quarter of 2020, potentially resulting in the UK hitting a personal debt crisis. The stats also revelaed that outstanding mortgage lending […]

Current account comparison tool launched

Consumers will for the first time be able to compare current accounts with a new tool using their personal banking history. The tool, launched by Gocompare.com and backed by the government, is the first of its kind and will allow consumers to see if they could be better off using another bank. The tool will […]