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Stock Trading Guide (Free)

You’d be forgiven for thinking that trading in shares is incredibly complicated.

The sheer wealth of information available makes it seem so big and overwhelming. But just like most things – they make it sound incredibly complicated so it makes them look clever…

Our online introductory stock trading guide has proven popular.

It won’t make you a city finance whiz kid overnight. read the rest

Confetti Cut Paper Shredder – For Extra Secure Shredding

If you have paper documents that contain your personal data – you need a shredder.

And I’m talking a proper confetti cut paper shredder – not one of those pathetic battery powered ones that are no better than tearing a page up.

The kind of people who are willing to go through bins to steal documents are capable of sticking pieces of paper back together. read the rest

£100 Premier Current Account Cashback

Fed up with your bank? Ready for a change?

If you want to try a new bank, then here’s a nice ‘bribe’ to get you started on friendly terms 🙂

Alliance & Leicester will give you a sweet £100 when you move to their Premier Current Account. It pays a half decent interest rate on your balance (there’s a good chance your old bank doesn’t pay anything!), and they throw in some free travel insurance. read the rest

Shock News: UK Recession Over..?

Yup, it’s true. The UK recession may actually be over.

Are the newspaper headlines screaming out the good news though? Of course not – there’s lots of other far more depressing stories they can fill our day with instead…

Economy Grows Two Months In a Row

The National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) says that the economy hit bottom as long ago now as March this year. read the rest

Cashback Cards Are Top – They Work!

It’s official, cashback cards are top of the pops.

I mean, these days consumers want (and deserve) better from their credit card providers – am I right?

So why should we put up any longer with cards with an annual fee. No need to. What about cards with crazy high interest rates? No need to. What about those cards that hide a really short period before interest starts to accrue? read the rest