Understanding Financial Jargon – B

With the wealth of financial products that exist out there, it is easy and understandable if you get confused by all the terms that are used. Terms used to describe said products. It is important you do though, as you want to get the best deal for yourself. And also understand the terms of any […]

Place Your Financial Affairs on Auto Pilot

I decided to write about this topic because i think it is crucial to explain why i have struggled to deal with debt in the past. The fact is i am badly organised, and the failure to organise my repayments and have them automatically processed has slowed down my journey out of debt. It has […]

Make The Most Of Cashback

Cashback is a topic we have discussed in the past, as part of wider topics. But we feel it deserves an article of its own. It is after all an excellent way to get something back and replenish your bank account when you make a purchase. Moolr took a look at what is involved and […]

The Best Bank Welcome Offers

I have written before about banks, and how integral they are too our lives. And also about how attached we seem to be to our own bank, rarely changing like we would any other contract if a better offer came along. With that in mind, we’ve taken a look at some of the best bank […]

Get The Most From Your Bank

Most of us take our bank for granted. We stick with the same one for most of our lives, irrelevant of what it offers. We use it to put money in and take money out. But they serve a much greater purpose than that, and you could be missing out on other advantages. Moor took […]

The Effects Of A Weakening Pound

The value of the pound dropped sharply after the EU referendum, and has been fluctuating since. It affects everyone. From holidaymakers and those filling up their cars with petrol, to business owners and investors.So why is the value of the pound changing and who decides its value? Moolr took a look, and examined the effects of […]

Differences Between Building Societies & Banks

All of us know about the existence of building societies and banks. But have many of us ever stopped to consider what the difference between the two are, when they both have so many similarities? Moolr stopped to give it some thought and looked at the differences between building societies and banks. Common Ignorance Not […]

Why Do So Few People Change Banks?

I guarantee that virtually everyone reading this has a bank account. And I will also guarantee that the bank you have an account with is the same one you had an account with 5, 10 or 20 years ago. And for me that is Natwest, because that is who my parents opened an account with […]

What to Look For In A Savings Account

Savings accounts are one of the most common finance products available in the UK. We all aspire to put some money away regularly as an investment or perhaps for a rainy day. Like many other financial products however, the competition is fierce for such accounts in a crowded market. With that in mind, Moolr put […]

The Advantages Of Banks

I think it is fair to say that banks have had a reputation problem for many years. not just in the UK. We all use them and depend on them too, but perhaps don’t trust them. They do after all make a lot of money, and  we have all had problems dealing with them. Many […]

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