Articles by Dan Moore

Consumer Rights Act – the retailers that don’t play ball

Thursday, 09 November 2017 | Article

If you’ve parted with cash for goods or a service and you’re unhappy, then it pays to know your legal rights. But a Moneywise investigation reveals that many leading retailers have misleading returns policies.

Best books to help your kids learn about money

Tuesday, 28 March 2017 | Article

We select eight page-turners that will boost your children’s interest in finance in entertaining and imaginative ways.

Shakespeare muses on money

Monday, 04 April 2016 | Article

After four centuries, the spirit of William Shakespeare broke his silence to grant us an interview.

Are you stuck in a car insurance loop?

Monday, 08 February 2016 | Article

If you have car insurance, you may well have fallen foul of insurers automatically renewing your annual policy. But you don’t have to take it lying down.

Playing the Monopoly house price game

Tuesday, 22 December 2015 | Article

Do not pass go. There’s no point – you probably won’t be able to afford it! In 1935, Parker Brothers produced the first British edition of Monopoly, the eponymous board game.

Scam Watch: beware scam pension sites

Thursday, 11 June 2015 | Article

Each year an estimated £600 million is stolen from the £2 trillion held in occupational pension funds by fiscally smart, white collar fraudsters.

Online shopping: who are the saints and sinners?

Monday, 23 March 2015 | Article

Do you know your rights when it comes to returning goods you bought online or by post?

Book your hotel rooms for less

Monday, 09 February 2015 | Article

Whether you're on the hunt for a summer holiday by the sea or a cultural city break, the chances are you'll be conducting your search online.

The car rental firms ripping you off

Thursday, 01 May 2014 | Article

Thousands of us will hire a car while abroad this year but how many will regret not taking out extra insurance to cover the excess many find themselves paying?

10 tips to beat holiday fraud

Monday, 09 February 2015 | Article

Fraudsters only need a small number of people to fall for their ruses, so why be one of the suckers? Here are some tips to avoid being their next victim.