Anyone who is unsure about what they need to look out for before buying a money product should visit our site first. We aim to give people the knowledge and confidence that they are picking the right product for their needs.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 8 September 2011
The site provides guides, tips, news and other helpful tools, as well as listing the best offers in the market for savers. The site offers independent guidance and is free to use.
At a time when many people are struggling to make ends meet, and inflation is taking a toll impact on savings' returns, knowing how to get the most from your money is at the top of many people's minds, but it can be a daunting task.
According to Alidad Moghaddam, Head of We Know Money: “More and more people are using the internet as a first port of call to learn more about their money and how to make it work harder for them. Money can be a complex topic, and the sheer amount of information available can be overwhelming, especially when people are faced with complex product information or technical terms. At We Know Money, we’re excited about the prospect of bringing easy to understand, useful guidance to the world of personal finance.”
Liz Phillips, We Know Money’s Editor, said: “Trust in financial organisations is at an all-time low. Financial companies have been embroiled in one mis-selling scandal after another. On top of that, knowing how to manage your money has never been more important. It’s no wonder consumers don’t know who they can trust. By providing unbiased, independent information in a clear and jargon-free way, we hope to make their financial decisions easier."
“Anyone who is unsure about what they need to look out for before buying a money product should visit our site first. We aim to give people the knowledge and confidence that they are picking the right product for their needs – we’ll unravel the jargon and highlight the snags in the small print so that they’ll know what to look out for.”
The We Know Money team is made up of journalists who have experience with major news outlets including The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Financial Times, The Guardian and several others. They have a wealth of experience in money journalism and will be using their knowledge to pack the site with useful articles, tips and hints.
We Know Money will be re-launching its other helpful sites by the Autumn. The other sites under the We Know Money brand include creditcards.co.uk, homeinsurance.co.uk, lifeinsurance.co.uk, mortgages.co.uk, pensions.co.uk, healthinsurance.co.uk, investments.co.uk, carfinance.co.uk and financialservices.co.uk.
About We Know Money
We Know Money is the brand name of Financial Services Net which was bought by Moneysupermarket.com in the Autumn of 2010.
We Know Money is a portfolio of websites focused on a wide range of personal finance subjects. Our main websites cover mortgages, savings, credit cards, life insurance, home insurance, health insurance, investments, pensions, financial services and car finance.
At We Know Money, we realise that in today's world consumers are faced with a bewildering range of products. Our websites are designed to provide people with comprehensive information, guides and tools to arm them with the knowledge to choose the correct products.
Our sites are free to use and we don't charge readers any fees or commission. Should a reader choose to buy a product after comparing what's on offer, we are paid by the financial company providing the product or service. This helps pay for independent, unbiased information from leading personal finance journalists and experts in their field.
We Know Money is a subsidiary of Moneysupermarket.com, the UK's largest comparison site and a FTSE 250 company.
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