Banking jargon can be difficult to understand, especially when nobody has taken the time to explain it to us. In this guide I have debunked many of the most common types of banking jargon!

Banking Jargon Debunked: What Does It Mean?

Financial agreements and products come full of banking jargon and terms that most of us don’t understand. In fact, it’s safe to say that up until a few years ago, some of the banking jargon used in my mail may as well have been written in Japanese for all I understood about it. I recently asked my work colleagues to…


The Hidden Cost Of Being A Landlord

Being a buy-to-let landlord has been a dream of mine, pretty much ever since Homes Under The Hammer first came into my life! However, with the continual rising costs added onto the bills of buy-to-let landlords, it’s something I would need to give careful consideration to when the time comes. I’m here to make money, not lose it. I…

Open banking

Why Open Banking Changes Things Forever

Open banking has given me much to be happy about this week. The banks, quite frankly, got spanked. Years of none existent competition, resulting in shitty rates for consumers, are finally coming to the end. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has concluded its £5m investigation and is already warming up its foot ready to kick the Britain’s biggest banks…

Basic Bank Accounts

Basic Bank Accounts: Why Do They Take Us For FUNTs?

Basic bank accounts are available for all. So why aren’t they advertised properly by the banks? FUNT is a term coined back in 2008 for somebody who is ‘Financially UNTouchable Unbelievably, there are still over one million people in the UK do not currently have their own bank account, a rather shocking statistic really when you consider a basic…


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