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Cуть кредитования

О способности получения микрокредита сейчас понятно фактически каждому. В этом нет ничего необычного, ведь рекламу о валютных займах можно узреть всюду. Сейчас нет необходимости растрачивать время на просиживание очередей в банках, ведь существует множество денежных организаций, которые могут отдать микрозайм каждому гражданину Украины.

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В отличие от кредитования в банках, для вас не пригодится собирать большой пакет документов. В большинстве случаев необходимо предоставить всего только паспорт и идентификационный код. Их довольно для дизайна в МФО заявки для получения средств в долг. Процедура занимает всего несколько часов, опосля что вы можете получить средства в свое распоряжение.

При получении маленького кредита в МФО можно рассчитывать на такие преимущества:

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Compare Energy Prices. Want to save money on your energy bills? You could save up to £390 a year by comparing and switching your gas and electricity . If you need any help don't hesitate to call us on: 0800 011 1395. Energy Comparison From Money Expert. How to Switch Energy Suppliers. Energy prices change depending on where you live. Tell us your postcode to get a list of gas and electricity tariffs available in your area. Fill out a short form telling us details of your current tariff and energy consumption.

This ensures your quotes are accurate. If you don’t know this information, look for a recent energy bill – all the information will be on there. You will be shown an accurate list of the available tariffs in your area, along with the amount you’d save if you switch. Choose the one like you like the look of and start saving money on your energy bills. Once you’ve chosen a new tariff, your new supplier will handle the switching process for you. The switch should be completed in under 3 weeks, at which point you should start seeing savings on your energy bills. Why should I switch energy suppliers? Switching energy suppliers is the quickest and easiest way to save money on your gas and electricity bills.

Although Ofgem introduced an energy price cap at the beginning of 2019, saving 11 million customers across the country an average of £76 a year, even bigger savings could be made by switching. Save money. If you are on your supplier’s default tariff you could save up to £252 a year if you switch. Ofgem recently announced that the price cap will rise by £117 a year in April, meaning the potential savings you can make by finding a new tariff will be even higher. Even if you’ve switched recently, or you’re happy with your current supplier, it’s always worth looking at new deals regularly as prices are constantly changing - meaning it’s likely you could save even more by switching again. Watch out for exit fees. Many energy tariffs will come with an exit fee that you must pay if you decide to leave your contract early.

While not all tariffs will have this, it’s important to check with your current supplier if what you'll be liable to pay if you exit your contract before its term is finished. Weigh this up against any savings you could make by switching. If your contract is close to finishing, it may be worth waiting a few months until it’s expired before switching to avoid paying an exit fee. Types of Gas & Electricity Tariff. Comparing energy suppliers is a no brainer - it’s simple, doesn’t take long, and you could end up saving hundreds.

Our free and impartial comparison service here at Money Expert is easy to use - all you need is your postcode and details of your current tariff (don’t worry if you don’t know exact details, we can generate estimates). The whole process only takes a couple of minutes and at the end, we’ll show you a list of the available tariffs in your area, along with the amount you’d save if you switched. You’ll also be able to see customer ratings for each supplier, so you’ve got all the information you need to work out which one to switch to. Fixed Rate. If you choose a fixed rate energy tariff, the price of your gas and electricity will stay at the same level for a fixed amount of time.

The term usually lasts around 12 months but can sometimes be as long as 3 years. You should remember that it’s the unit price of your energy that’s fixed, not the price of your bills. The amount you pay each month depends on your consumption – the more gas and electricity you use the higher your bills will be. Fixed rate tariffs are useful if you want to keep on track of how much you’re spending on your gas and electricity. During the length of your term you will be protected from any rises in the price of energy.

On the other hand, if the price of gas or electricity was to fall, you wouldn’t see any benefits from this as you have agreed to pay a fixed price for your energy. Most fixed rate tariffs will have exit fees if you decide to leave your contract early, making it more difficult to switch and save money in the future. Your deal will usually last between 12 months to 3 years. Once your deal expires, you will be rolled onto your supplier’s standard variable rate, at which point you are free to compare tariffs and switch. Variable Rate. If you choose a variable rate tariff, the price you pay for each unit of energy can go up or down depending on market conditions.

So, they might be an attractive option if they start at a low rate, but you could see sharp rises in your energy bills if the wholesale price of energy increases. If you let your current energy deal expire without switching or renewing it, then you will probably be moved onto your supplier’s standard variable tariff. This is their default tariff, and usually one of their least competitive rates. If you are on a standard variable energy tariff for any reason, you should compare prices today and make the switch – you could save hundreds of pounds a year on your bills.

The one advantage of a standard variable tariff is that you are free to leave at any time as you won’t be charged an exit fee. Single vs Dual Fuel Tariffs. You can either get your gas and electricity separately from different suppliers, or get them together under one contract, known as a dual fuel tariff. Getting both your gas and electricity from the same supplier can make your life easier, with less bills to keep on track of and an easier process when it comes to switching, and it can save you money too. Many suppliers will give you a discount for choosing a dual fuel tariff, but this doesn’t mean that it’s always cheaper to pair your gas and electricity together.

The amount you pay for your energy will depend on where you live and how much of each fuel you use. Also, suppliers are constantly changing their household energy tariffs and offering new deals. It’s always worth doing a price comparison of both dual fuel and single fuel tariffs to see how much money you could save by switching. Green Energy Suppliers. If you’re concerned about how your gas and electricity consumption is affecting the environment, you should consider getting a ‘green’ energy tariff.

Green energy is derived from renewable sources including wind, solar, hydroelectric power and biofuels among others. Green tariffs can work in a few different ways. Your energy could be supplied from 100% renewable sources, or a mixture of renewable and non-renewable. Alternatively, your supplier could match your energy consumption by committing to produce the same amount from green sources. Other green tariffs involve your supplier contributing towards environmental projects on your behalf. While green energy tariffs used to be quite expensive, increased public interest and government initiatives in recent years has led to their prices being much more competitive.

However, a renewable tariff probably still won’t be the cheapest deal on the market. But that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to go green and save money at the same time. Use our price comparison service to see if you can find a green tariff that’s cheaper than your current deal and make the switch today to start saving. Meter Types Explained. It’s important to know how your gas and electricity meters work, as you will be asked to take meter readings from time to time. Knowing how to read them will help you to know if you’re being billed accurately for your energy usage, and whether you can find better rates by switching to a new tariff. Credit Meters. Credit meters are the standard, traditional gas and electricity meters that most people still have in their homes.

You will need to take regular meter readings, between every one to six months, to let your supplier know roughly how much energy you use. These readings will be used by your supplier to give you a bill based on your estimated consumption. To read a traditional credit meter, note down the first five numbers in black displayed from left to right and ignore any numbers in red after this. If you have an older dial meter it gets a bit trickier. You need to read the dials from left to right, making a note of the number that the needle has just passed.

You should be aware that the direction of the needles change from dial to dial. Ignore any red or large dial on the right if there is one. Smart Meters. Smart meters are the new generation of gas and electricity meters that are being rolled out across the UK. The government plan for every household and small business in the country to be offered a smart meter installation by the end of 2020. The meters work by recording how much gas and electricity you use in your home, and they then send this information back to your energy supplier who will bill you based on your usage.

Therefore, you should receive accurate bills instead of the estimated bills that you get with a standard meter, and you would no longer have to submit meter readings. Smart meters also display how much energy you’re using in pounds and pence, in real time. This way you can have more control of how much energy you use at home and can make changes to your habits to help save you money. Prepayment Meters. Also known as pay as you go meters, prepayment meters let you pay for your gas and electricity before you use it.

They are typically used by people who have had trouble paying their energy bills in the past or have been in high levels of debt. They are also found in a lot of rented properties. With a prepayment meter you will be given a key or card to top up, which you can do so either at your local shop or online via an app. If you fail to top up your prepayment meter, your gas and electricity can be cut off. Prepayment meters usually come with a display that tells you how much credit you have left. To take a meter reading, there is normally a button you can press which will change the display to your reading, which you would read the same way you would with a standard credit meter. Martin Lewis: Move your savings to one of these accounts now after interest rates fall. MARTIN LEWIS, 47, is the Money Saving Expert.

He appeared to ITV today to talk about savings accounts and interest rates. Putting your money into a good savings account in a wise decision. It’s ideal to maximise your saving potential by choosing high interest savings accounts. However, finding the best accounts is not always easy. Luckily Martin Lewis is on hand to guide Britons. Related articles. Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert: Best ISA rates revealed today. Martin Lewis told This Morning viewers on ITV yesterday: “The mood music for savers isn’t good. “The world economic outlook is gloomy and there’s huge uncertainty here in the UK, so the City’s long-term interest rate predictions have plummeted. “Fixed-rate savings are based on these, so they’re dropping.

And in the last couple of weeks, first easy-access best-buy Marcus, which held firm at 1.5 per cent for 11 months, shaved down its rate, then its fellow top payer Cynergy followed suit.” Martin’s top pics of savings accounts. Top easy-access account. You can earn 1.45 per cent in a top easy-access account if you want to withdraw at will. Here you can save as much as you like (within reason), add to it whenever you want, and get your money out whenever you want. Marcus and Cynergy are still the top payers at 1.45 per cent (both are min £1 but have year-long intro bonuses, of 0.1 per cent and 0.7 per cent respectively, so the rates will drop after).

As they’re variable, if rates drop or a better deal comes along, you can simply pull your money out and move it elsewhere. As these are bog-standard simple accounts, there are very few reasons why anyone should be earning less than this. You can actually earn more in Al Rayan bank (min £500) which is 1.6 per cent easy access, though this a Sharia account – following Islamic religious law which prohibits interest. So instead of an interest rate, it’s an expected profit rate. Generally this has always been paid, but by definition it isn’t guaranteed. Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert: Best ISA rates revealed today (Image: ITV/THIS MORNING/GETTY) Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis' top 13 tips that could save you hundreds of pounds. The financial guru has given out a raft of useful information this year, from savings to be made on household bills to TV packages. 08:00, 7 SEP 2019. He's considered one of the top financial experts in the country and he's been dishing out plenty of advice this year. Martin Lewis, who founded the Money Saving Expert consumer website, continually alerts members of the public to various deals and gives tips on how best they can save cash. Here, we have rounded up some of his best advice in 2019 so far - and it could help to save you hundreds of pounds. 1.

How drivers can bag full breakdown cover for just £48 a year. On Good Morning Britain, Martin told viewers that many drivers pay over the odds for breakdown cover and could save cash by switching provider. He recommended motorists switch to AutoAid as it has similar call-out times to the big name providers and could save drivers a lot of money. By switching to AutoAid drivers could get breakdown cover for just £48.31 a year, he said. Read More. Related Articles. "Think of roadside recovery and the big names that usually come to mind are the AA and RAC.

But actually my top pick for a decade has been AutoAid, as it gives more cover, for a lower price and with similar call-out times," he added. But he warned the deal won't be around for long. "Its price is about to rise so if you want this, you’ll need to act quick,” he said. “AutoAid currently costs £48.31 per year, but that rises to £60 on May 15. “It covers any car you or any spouse or civil partner drives and, unlike basic policies which only cover breakdowns away from home, this covers them at home too.

Plus it gives onward travel for up to five passengers if you need it after a breakdown elsewhere." Read More. Related Articles. 2. Check if you're owed £100 or more in council tax. The financial guru revealed that scores of householders could be owed money because of overpaid council tax. His team at MoneySavingExpert.com said people who have moved home since 1993 could be owed more than £100 and people were being urged to check if they are entitled to any money back. On his website, a guide was published to help people reclaim any overpaid tax. Martin said: "Councils are sitting on a staggering amount of money, at least £234m spread across 1.7m accounts – which works out at an average of well over £100 sitting in each closed account. Read More. Related Articles. "And while councils do make efforts to track down those who are owed, many don’t do it well enough, especially when people have moved out of their area and are no longer their responsibility.

That means we all need to take responsibility for ourselves. "Yet we don’t want to just encourage everyone to call their council on spec – that’d waste people’s time and clog up council calls centres. "So if you’re someone who’s moved house since 1993, especially if you changed council or local authority area and didn’t pay by direct debit, you should take a look at this guide, see how your council does it and then try and get your money back." 3. Graduated university in the past 20 years? Then you could be owed hundreds. "This goes way, way back to 1998," he told viewers of the Martin Lewis Money Show. "You call up the student loans company and ask for your money back and you could be due £700, £800, £900," he explained. Why?

Well, if you started higher education in or after 1998, the rules state you only have to pay it back from the April after you graduate, and then only as long as they meet the repayment threshold. You're only meant to start paying in the April after graduation – if you started paying before that then you're entitled to the money back. BEST credit card and WORST debit card for your hol > The Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis is famous for giving his money deals to Britons on ITV, inlcuding This Morning today. As many prepare for their summer holidays they will be anxious about not overspending, so how can you make sure you get the best deals overseas? Martin said on This Morning today: “Over the past few years the pound has been in the doldrums.

Before the EU referendum vote in summer 2016, a pound bought €1.43 – since then it's dropped significantly and hasn’t recovered much. “It’s currently at around €1.11 mark, which is pretty similar to last year. Related articles. Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert: Best travel credit card and worst debit card. “Against the dollar, the rate is just $1.26, less than last summer’s $1.32, and around a decade ago it bought roughly $2. It’s similar with most other currencies.” Best deals on your travel money - how to get them. Apply now for a cheap overseas spending card. Martin said: “The easiest and cheapest way to spend abroad is on the right plastic, but they can take a couple of weeks to arrive, so early planning helps.” Best credit cards for travel. Top for cheap spending, reliability and a free £20: The Halifax Clarity card gives near-perfect rates on spending everywhere, plus apply before 29 August, and spend on it (abroad or in the UK) within 90 days and you get £20 cashback. The card’s been around a long time, and has very good feedback. Cheap spending & cash withdrawals, plus no credit check: The debit card from app-only Starling Bank has no charge for spending abroad and no cash withdrawal fee.

Plus unlike a credit card there’s no credit check, (unless you want an overdraft) so the vast majority of people can get it - though it does do ID checks. Technically it's a current account, but you can just add cash to it for spending abroad as you needn't switch to it or make a min pay-in. Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert: Best travel credit card and worst debit card (Image: GETTY/ITV) Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert: Apply now for a cheap overseas spending card (Image: GETTY) Top card if you want it for spending abroad AND at home: The Tandem credit card also gives near-perfect exchange rates on spending worldwide, plus 0.5 per cent cashback on spending in the UK and abroad. So if you want to trouser just one card to pay off in full and spend everywhere, this is a good option. Worst debit cards for travel. Not only do these debit cards add around 3 per cent to the exchange rate and an ATM fee, they also add charges every time you use them overseas.

They are the standard debit card from: - Bank of Scotland (50p fee per transaction) - Halifax (50p fee per transaction) - Lloyds (50p fee per transaction) - Santander (£1.25 fee per transaction) - TSB (£1 fee per transaction) - Clydesdale/Yorkshire (no spending fee but minimum £1.50 exchange fee per transaction) - NatWest/RBS (no spending fee but minimum £1 exchange fee per transaction) Any other card, including a credit card (provided it is repaid in full), is cheaper to spend on than these. Related articles. Martin Lewis news: The Money Saving Expert advised on how to spend money abroad (Image: ITV) Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert: The Halifax Clarity card gives near-perfect rates (Image: GETTY) He wrote: “After 14 years I’m delighted to say bank charges are going to end. “Back in 2005, early in my career, I was the big gob behind a campaign to get people to reclaim unfair bank charges for busting their overdrafts. “I drafted template letters, a staggering 6m+ were downloaded and over £1 billion was repaid as ‘goodwill’ by banks scared to go to court. “Eventually the banks agreed to a test case against the Office of Fair Trading.” Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis says you could be owed a council tax refund- here's how to claim. 1.7m households could be owed a refund. 09:57, 6 MAR 2019 Updated 10:02, 6 MAR 2019. There is currently £234m worth of council tax currently waiting to be refunded, according to Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis. The money is sitting in 1.7m closed or dormant accounts and account owners could be owed on average £137 each. Some councils do refund automatically, but often times people will have to ask for it. The reason for the refunds is that council tax is usually paid in advance, so residents will usually be in credit. This sometimes causes a problem when the account is closed, as it can be closed in credit, this is often because someone has moved out or someone in the property has died. Some people could also potentially claim a refund all the way back until 1993, when council tax was introduced. Read More. Related Articles. MSE has set up a reclaim guide to help consumers to check if they are owed and recover their money. Martin Lewis, founder of MoneySavingExpert.com, said: "Councils are sitting on a staggering amount of money, at least £234m spread across 1.7m accounts – which works out at an average of well over £100 sitting in each closed account. "And while councils do make efforts to track down those who are owed, many don’t do it well enough, especially when people have moved out of their area and are no longer their responsibility. "That means we all need to take responsibility for ourselves. Read More. We love our homes. "Yet we don't want to just encourage everyone to call their council on spec – that’d waste people's time and clog up council calls centres. "So if you're someone who’s moved house since 1993, especially if you changed council or local authority area and didn’t pay by direct debit, you should take a look at our guide, see how your council does it and then try and get your money back." Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis's six top tips to save you hundreds of pounds. These are some of the best money-saving tips and tricks for 2019. 14:01, 17 AUG 2019 Updated 14:04, 17 AUG 2019. Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has revealed his biggest tips for 2019 so far. From holidays to fast-food and TV licenses - these hacks could save you hundreds. The finance guru has helped thousands of people across the UK claim back missold PPI and save money on eating out and filling up their car with petrol. And each week, Martin appears on Good Morning Britain or This Morning to give his advice on the latest shopping deals and budgeting techniques. He and his team revealed their biggest tips from the year so far and the Liverpool Echo picked six of the best hacks that could save you hundreds of pounds. 1.

Center Parcs. Resorts in Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands can undercut those in the UK, especially when it comes to longer breaks in the school holidays or in bigger lodges. While Center Parcs UK and Center Parcs Europe are run by separate companies now, both feature lodges surrounded by woods and nature - and Europe works out cheaper after factoring the cost of flights or ferries. Nigel tweeted MSE: "We went to Center Parcs in Holland for £370 instead of £800+ in the UK. Even after travel costs it was cheaper." 2.

Nandos. If there's two of you, it's worth swapping individual meals for a platter as you get the exact same food for less money. For example, those ordering two lots of half a chicken with chips and drinks would pay £26. But if you order the ‘meal platter’, which comes with a whole chicken, two regular sides and two bottomless drinks, you'll only be spending £20.95. This saves a total of £5.05. 3. McDonald's. If you're a fan of the Big Mac, you can save yourself £1.60 by creating a DIY version. Whilst it isn't exactly the same, Money Saving Expert say it comes close enough. To do it, order a £1.59 Double Cheeseburger and add the following free extras to have the ingredients of a Big Mac: Shredded lettuce, onions, pickles, mustard and mayonnaise. 4.

Netflix/TV licence. If you find yourself reaching for your laptop to watch Netflix rather than switching on the TV, you could save yourself £154.50 a year. You don't need a TV license if you only watch Netflix or similar services such as Amazon Prime Video. And don't worry you can still watch TV programmes on catch-up via ITV Hub, All 4, My5 etc, without spending over £150. The only online channel you can't watch is BBC iPlayer. What is Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ net worth and why did he take Facebook to court? Here's a closer look at how Martin's career flourished – including the TV shows you can catch him on. Sophie Roberts. 25 Feb 2019, 15:34 Updated: 25 Feb 2019, 15:39. IF you need money-saving advice, professional Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis is the man you need. The finance journalist and TV personality is often on our screens revealing his best penny-pinching tips - and he's one person Brits feel they can trust when it comes to their hard-earned cash.

With that in mind, here is everything you need to know about Britain's favourite Money Saving Expert. What is Martin Lewis' net worth? According to The Sunday Times Rich List 2017 Martin is ranked at 875. He is a new addition to the list with a net worth of £125million. Martin set up Moneysavingexpert.com for £100 in 2003, selling it to Moneysupermarket.com in an £87m deal in 2012. What is Martin Lewis' backstory? Martin Lewis was born in Withington, Manchester. He studied government and law at the London School of Economics, before branching into broadcast journalism at Cardiff University. After graduating, he landed a job in this field, working as a producer for BBC Radio Five Live. Since then, the finance journalist has appeared on a number of different TV shows as a money expert. He is married to TV presenter Lara Lewington and the couple have one daughter. Why is Martin Lewis famous? Martin Lewis is best-known for being the founder of Money Saving Expert, which he set up in 2003. Just as the website's name suggests, it posts advice and consumer finance information for Brits. Money Saving Expert has won a variety of different awards, with The Times claiming the webpage is one of "ten that stun with sheer insight or inspired rich media". After launching his successful site, Martin was invited to act as an expert on a wide variety of different telly programmes. You're likely to have spotted him making weekly appearances as Financial Editor on This Morning and Good Morning. What TV shows has Martin Lewis featured on? As well as being a daytime TV regular, the 46-year-old has worked on his own shows. Since 2012, he has co-presented The Martin Lewis Money Show on ITV alongside Loose Women's Saira Khan. He has also regularly featured on It Pays to Watch!, Tonight, Good Morning Britain, Watchdog and Lorraine. Why was Martin Lewis suing Facebook? He claims there at least 50 fake ads featuring his name on Facebook that has caused his reputation to suffer. Some show his face alongside endorsements he hasn't actually made and links to articles with fake information. One get-rich-quick scam cost a victim £100,000. Martin said: "They’re taking money from criminal scammers.

It’s a disgrace. They can’t sit on their moral high horse when scammers rob the old, weak and vulnerable. “I’ve fought to stop Facebook letting scammers use my name and face to rip people off, yet it continues. "Even when reported, many ads are left for days or weeks. When they’re taken down, the scammers launch a nearly identical campaign.” He is seeking damages but has vowed to give any money he receives to anti-fraud charities. Facebook says misleading ads are not allowed and any reported are removed. Who is his wife Lara Lewington? Lara, 39, is a TV presenter, journalist and ex-weather girl. Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis's six top tips of 2019 to save you hundreds of pounds. These simple hacks could save you hundreds of pounds. 15:04, 19 AUG 2019. Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has revealed his biggest tips for 2019 so far that could save you hundreds of pounds. From paying less for Netflix to getting the best deals at Centre Parcs, the hacks are all simple and easy to follow. The finance guru has helped thousands of people across the UK claim back mis sold PPI and save money on eating out and filling up their car with petrol. And each week, Martin appears on Good Morning Britain or This Morning to give his advice on the latest shopping deals and budgeting techniques, reports the Liverpool Echo. As part of his weekly round-up he and his team have revealed 11 of their biggest tips from the year so far. We've picked six of the best hacks that could save you hundreds of pounds. Center Parcs. Resorts in Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands can undercut those in the UK, especially when it comes to longer breaks in the school holidays or in bigger lodges. While Center Parcs UK and Center Parcs Europe are run by separate companies now, both feature lodges surrounded by woods and nature - and Europe works out cheaper after factoring the cost of flights or ferries. Nigel tweeted MSE: "We went to Center Parcs in Holland for £370 instead of £800+ in the UK.

Even after travel costs it was cheaper." Nandos. If there's two of you, it's worth swapping individual meals for a platter as you get the exact same food for less money. For example, those ordering two lots of half a chicken with chips and drinks would pay £26. But if you order the ‘meal platter’, which comes with a whole chicken, two regular sides and two bottomless drinks, you'll only be spending £20.95. This saves a total of £5.05. McDonald's. If you're a fan of the Big Mac, you can save yourself £1.60 by creating a DIY version. Whilst it isn't the same, Money Saving Expert say it comes close. To do it, order a £1.59 Double Cheeseburger and add the following free extras to have the ingredients of a Big Mac: Shredded lettuce Onions Pickles Mustard Mayonnaise. Netflix/TV licence. If you find yourself reaching for your laptop to watch Netflix rather than switching on the TV, you could save yourself £154.50 a year. You don't need a TV license if you only watch Netflix or similar services such as Amazon Prime Video. And don't worry you can still watch TV programmes on catch-up via ITV Hub, All 4, My5 etc, without spending over £150. The only online channel you can't watch is BBC iPlayer. Cinema. Choose to see a film in the daytime and you will save yourself a fortune. Larger cinema chains offer special daytime family-friendly screenings at weekend and during the week at school holiday's. At Empire cinemas, kids tickets are between £1-£1.75.

Vue cinema £2.49. Odeon £2.50 and Cineworld is £2.50. This means a family of four could see a movie for £10 or less. Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis urges first time buyers to open an ISA now - even if you only put £1 in it. The Money Saving Expert is urging all future first-time buyers to open a Help to Buy ISA before the end of November when no new applications can be accepted. 16:40, 6 JUN 2019 Updated 18:00, 10 JUN 2019. Getting on the property ladder is getting increasingly difficult for some so even if you're aren't looking at buying your own property now, it may be a good idea to get ahead. And that is exactly what Martin Lewis is advising. The Money Saving Expert is urging all future first-time buyers to open a Help to Buy ISA before the end of November when no new applications can be accepted. But don't worry if you think you haven't got the money just yet as Martin says just putting £1 in will help you to get started. A Help to Buy ISA sees the government top-up what you put in by 25% - so that £1,000 becomes £1,250. These particular ISA's will not be able to be applied for after November 30 2019 and instead will be replaced by the Lifetime Isa (LISA) which still has a 25% boost from the state but, according to Martin, its other terms differ. This includes needing to be between the ages of 18-39 to open one whereas an H2B Isa is simply 16+. So by setting one up now, you'll be able to save for a new home up until 2029. Writing in his MSE newsletter, Martin said: "If you think you'll need these [the Government top-up] but aren't sure, just open them. "You need £1 in a Help To Buy Isa by November 30 or you lose the opportunity." The maximum amount you can open a H2B Isa is £1,200 and the minimum you must have saved to get the Government boost is £1,400. Martin does advise that if you are 18-39 and don't plan on buying in the next year, a LISA may be a better option but if you're older and are in a more urgent need to buy, a H2B ISA is the safer option. For more information on what Martin is recommending, you can visit the Money Saving Expert website here . Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis urges customers to ditch this bank account. The financial guru has given customers with investments of £5,000 or less some sound advice. 15:23, 1 NOV 2017. Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has issued some urgent advice to bank customers and recommended they ditch a certain bank account. The financial guru has advised customers with only a small savings pot to close their Santander 123 current accounts - because they can make more cash elsewhere. The bank account had previously offered customers three per cent interest on any savings over £20,000. But the bank has since slashed its interest rates to 1.5%, while others have raised theirs are fall only just short of Santander. Not only that, but Santander charges a monthly fee of £5, which means customers with low savings, specifically those with less than £5,000, could be worse off. Read More. Related Articles. For example, someone with £5,000 of savings would earn £75 in interest, but would be left with just £15 once the charges had been taken off. A comparison by Martin reveals that the Bank of Scotland Vantage easy-access account would be the best bet for people with £5,000 of savings, with its interest rate of two per cent. A Tesco Bank account offers three per cent on up to £3,000, which would earn customers £89. The Post Office offers 1.07%, which would earn £54, while Birmingham and Midshires offers 1.3% and would earn a customer £65. Read More. Get a better bank account. Writing on his website, MoneySavingExpert , Martin said: "For those who need easy access, are at or very near the max £20,000, earn decent cashback, and like its customer service, there’s certainly no urgent imperative to ditch it. "For those earning less cashback or with smaller savings, in most cases it really isn’t worth holding on to much longer, with rates looking to go up. "And of course if you do ditch Santander and it then decides to up its rate or drop the fee, it would almost certainly (no guarantees) let you reopen an account – though terms can change." How to clean up your bank account. We all sign up to things we think are good - either to save time or effort or potentially to save money. The problem occurs when we don't check to see if the service we're now paying for automatically is still worth the cash. This is especially important when it comes to free trials, that automatically turn into monthly subscriptions. The worst case scenario can see you spend hundreds of pounds a year on services you don't especially want, or could now get cheaper elsewhere - that you keep meaning to cancel but don't quite get around to. This is how to take back control of your bank account in a morning: 1.

Check your statements. Set aside a bit of time and get your bank and card statements together - ideally for the past few months. Go through it all, you're looking for direct debits and standing orders in particular. If there's anything there you don't recognise, contact your provider and ask who the money is being sent to. 2. Question the value. When you know what you're spending and where it's going it's time to question the value. Are you using your Taste card enough to justify the cost?

Would it be cheaper to buy things as you need them rather than get them delivered automatically? Are there cheaper alternatives now available for something you like? Is there something there that you just don't use any more (especially likely with online subscriptions)? 3. Check cancellation policies. This is a biggy - while you can just cut some things off at source, with other agreements it can wreck your credit rating and even see the debt collectors sent round. So check the terms and conditions for things like contract length, exit penalties and notice periods. There's an up side here too - that's because with some services, you pay in advance so you might even get a refund. 4.

Stay on top of it. While most services charge monthly, not all do. There are plenty of subscription services out there that charge you just once a year - often on the anniversary of the day you signed up. So you need to make sure you stay on top of it - and check your statements at least every few months - that way if you see something pop up later on, you can take action straight away.

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