AOL UKThe most frequently damaged possessions: Are you covered?AOL UKAccidents do happen, and a new list reveals it's carpets and mobile phones that are most likely to bear the brunt, And whether that's some shades that have been sat on or a glass of wine knocked onto a light sofa it can prove costly if you need to ...
Daily MailThe seven rules of buying a 'doo-er upper' home: Renovating a property can be a challenge, but if you get it right ...Daily MailTV shows such as George Clarke's The Restoration Man give the impression that restoring a wreck is more a labour of love than savvy investment. But with the housing market in the doldrums, it's now one of the few ways to make money from property.
Telegraph.co.ukState pension delay means millions must wait to get their private pensions tooTelegraph.co.uk“From then on, the minimum pension age would remain 10 years below state pension age.” If that comes to pass I could expect to access my personal or work pension money from age 58, rather than 55. This is worth understanding fully, as the freedoms are ...and more »
Telegraph.co.uk'I lost £35000 in a gold investment scam - and then got it back'Telegraph.co.uk“I have lost money in the past and so I was wary and had my doubts,” said Mr Jeffrey. As an extra layer of protection he decided to invest the money via a credit card: making multiple payments and clearing the card balance from his banked savings.
Somerset LiveWhy you should never pay in pounds while on holiday abroadSomerset LiveAccording to research carried out by Fairfix, holidaymakers are also being hit in the pocket to the tune of £190 million for withdrawing cash. The average ATM fee is 2.9% for debit cards and up to 4.9% on credit. Money Saving Expert's Guy Anker has ...