Les Roberts

Teenagers are notoriously bad at keeping in touch at the best of times, so what hope do you have if your teenage offspring has jetted off to the other side of the earth on their gap year? Well, with more ways to communicate than ever before, be that via the world wide web, satellite communications […]

Last year saw a watershed in the telecommunications market as the number of voice calls made from mobiles exceeded the number of voice calls made from fixed landlines. And despite being a shrinking market, it seems that landline providers are trying to make up the losses by implementing price hikes – some of which have […]

Is Your House in Need of a Repairman or a Reverend?

Is Your House in Need of a Repairman or a Reverend?

Halloween is almost upon us, when more things go bump than on a normal night and when the sound of the doorbell makes you stop dead in your tracks…not so much from fear as a desire to pretend to the constant stream of ‘trick-or-treaters’ that there’s nobody at home! But have you ever wondered why […]

Quick Quids - 5 Ways to Make Extra Money

Quick Quids – 5 Ways to Make Extra Money

Money is tight for most people these days and any easy ways to make extra money is often welcomed with open arms…and wallets! So take note of these 5 simple tips and you could be on your way to some extra cash at the end of the month. It may not pay for that Caribbean […]

How Important is Your Credit Rating?

How Important is Your Credit Rating?

Why your credit score matters Most of us have some form of credit, whether that’s in the form of personal loans or credit cards from your bank, car loans from a local dealership, department store-cards or a home loan. Even if you have no form of financial loan, you’re very likely to have some kind […]

Savings or Investments – Which is Best for You?

Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen, nineteen and six, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds, nought and six, result misery. Wilkins Micawber – David Copperfield (1850) by Charles Dickens Written by Charles Dickens in 1850 the Micawber Principle still rings true as the one golden rule of saving and investing. […]