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Helping you make the right choice

Whats available

We try to look at every financial product available, giving you as much info possible to make the right choice.

Free & unbiased

Always accessable to get free, impartial reviews of products and suppliers. 

How it works

Our motivation is to give you all the tools to make the right choice.  We do not recieve any money or payments for the decisions you make.

We want to help you make the right choice

Comparison.co.uk was established to offer the consumer a genuinely ethical and transparent help guide to navigating your way through the minefield that is financial services.

Our website is aimed designed to help people who are novices when it comes to using financial services and need to know more about exactly what options are available and what they need to watch out for.  There is no financial reward for us, our opinion is our own and there is no motivation for us to tell you anything but what we genuinely believe.

We are reviewing the types of Loans, Credit Cards, Bank Accounts, Insurances and much more.  We want to give you an understanding of the Do’s and Don’ts when making decisions about product types and providers.

Some of the tools we want to give you

We know how complicated Financial products and services can be,  which is why we have, and are identifying the most helpful tools to make available to you on our website.

We have developed a full breakdown of Terminology you might come across when navigating through different suppliers websites.  We are constantly adding to this, so if there is anything causing confusion, take a look at our Terminology A – Z.

We update our blog and news section weekly, looking at new products and factors that could effect your financial well being in the future.  We will soon have a news letter sign up feature but for now keep upto date with our News Page.

Before taking out any lines of credit always make sure you can afford the repayments.  Its one thing taking out loans and credit cards to consolidate but always make sure you plan and forecast your income and expenses when increasing debt to pay debt.  Use our free download to help forecast your income and expenses to help you make the right decisions with your spending.

A – Z Terminology
Budget Planner
News & Updates