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Moped and Scooter Ownership Guide

Are you thinking of buying a scooter or motorbike? If so, then why not read a guide that could help save you money, save time, and keep you safe on the road?! Bennetts insurance have put together a really helpful ‘Moped and Scooter Ownership Guide‘. This guide is in a powerful story telling software that make it a joy to read. Having worked alongside other experts  in contributing to this...

Car Finance Myths Explained

As with most long-term purchases, you need to be 100 per cent sure as to what you’re signing up to, and with car finance that’s no different. When looking to get credit for a new or used car, you’re likely to see a plethora of incentives from finance companies and dealerships alike. Some of these can often lead you into a good deal, but it is always important to be vigilant as some will attempt to offer...

Buyers Beware: Beds in a Van Scam On the Rise

Most people probably know that if someone is trying to sell them something out of the back of a van, the seller is probably not running a legitimate business. These items are often stolen, cheap forgeries of high-end products or used items being passed off as new. There has been a recent rise in the latter around the UK and as I got approached myself in Worthing, West Sussex. I thought I would let my followers,...

Property Crowdfunding Q and A

Confused by property crowdfunding? Is being able to invest in property for small amounts too good to be true or worth the effort? You Could Save caught up with Frazer Fearnhead who created the world’s first property crowdfunding platform, The House Crowd, to find out how it works, and what are the risks and returns of joining the property ‘crowd’. What is The House Crowd? The House Crowd is a property...

In the spotlight: 3 of the best new investment companies

If you’re looking to invest your hard-earned cash and potentially yield high returns you are likely to head straight to one of the well-established financial management companies or banking groups such as Barclays, Fidelity or HSBC. But do you really know what you’re paying for the services they offer, and what value you’re getting in return? Over the last few years we’ve seen the emergence of dozens...