A world without smartphones only a decade away?

Since their revolutionary inception, smartphone brands like Apple and Samsung deploy a seemingly unending line of new-but-not-too-revolutionary smartphones ready for hungry techies to snap up. There’s no denying their usefulness—talk with anybody, anywhere, take photos and videos of adventures and have access to apps like Facebook and Twitter, read the news on the...

How to deal with a car breakdown abroad

Driving abroad is a great way to allow you more independence when travelling and can make getting around when you’re there much easier. It may also work out cheaper than other modes of transport; especially when you consider airport parking charges, baggage fees and other...

Thinking about starting up a baking business?

We take a look at some of the steps you need to think about to get your baking business up-and-running and make it a sweet success. Find your jamAs with any business, your main aim is to consider what sets you apart from the crowd. Do...

Are we building too many homes?

A slow drive through a British town or city usually reveals the construction of a whole new estate, or several in many cases. It’s the result of a crisis Britain has been going through for what feels like decades. In theory, 300,000 new homes per...

What happens when good trade credit goes bad?

Trade credit enables businesses to exchange goods or services without an immediate cash transaction. Instead, the businesses make an agreement for the buyer to pay the amount owed in a fixed period of time. This service can be extremely beneficial for businesses without the immediate...

Mobile phone detectors to spot drivers using devices

Mobile phones are a primary source of distraction while behind the wheel, and despite it being illegal, 25% of UK drivers admit that they have used their phones while driving at some point in the last year. According to the RAC, these figures haven’t changed significantly...

8 of the simplest ways to avoid flight delays and cancellations

Delays and cancellations are almost part and parcel of every holiday, from 40-minute trips to multi-stop long-hauls. Even reputable airlines come under intense scrutiny from passengers sharing their horror stories on social media. In November 2018, for instance, British Airways passengers flying from Florida to Gatwick...

Retirement at 79? Pension chaos for the self-employed

A new report by Multiply found some worrying statistics for self-employed people surrounding their pensions and the age in which they’ll be able to retire. Whilst being your own boss is more popular than ever before, with 15% (4.8 million) of the UK workforce self-employed, there has been...