Infographic by Accace. Accace brings an overview of tax systems as well as the most significant aspects related to the business legal forms and advantages of investing in Central and Eastern Europe countries.
The infographic works well with their new free Home Finder app which makes finding a home easier. The app combines property search facilities mortgage affordability calculators, local area information and property buyers’guides.
It could be argued that switching bank accounts is just one more example of how people are comfortable voting with their feet if they don’t feel they are getting the right products and services.
As the debt crisis in the Eurozone reaches its climax, the impact has been clearly visible on personal finance products. Mortgage rates are up, while rates on savings accounts and ISAs are down.
Credit cards stand out as the sole product category that is not currently in meltdown, and Which4U’s new and exclusive ‘Beat My Card’ credit card savings calculator could help you make substantial savings on your current card.
‘Beat My Card’: Find a Better Credit Card and Save £100s.
- Save £100s by switching your credit card.
- The new Beat My Card calculator compares your card with the market and provides results in 3 easy steps.
- Win an iPad just by trying out the new feature!
In 3 easy steps, taking just a minute to complete, the ‘Beat My Card’ credit card savings calculator allows a user to find out how much they could save if they switched their current credit card to a better one.
The calculator provides a comprehensive credit card comparison using up-to-date details from Which4U’s database. It accounts for a surprising number of variables, including offer periods, monthly spending, monthly payments, and any prospective balance transfers.
With just a few clicks of a button, the calculator will provide the details of up to three credit cards that would offer the best savings. Check out the example below.
1. Select your existing card.
2. Fill in a few spending details.
3. Check out the savings!
It’s a deceptively detailed tool that is packaged in a very user-friendly way. Where existing tools are more interested in leeching your personal details, and cannot factor in your current card, Which4U’s ‘Beat My Card’ only takes a minute to fill in, and offers plenty of food for thought.
It requires an email address to receive your results, but for that, users who try the feature by 1st August 2012 (or until 5,000 submissions are reached) will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad2. We can’t really say fairer than that!
Give the new ‘Beat My Card’ feature a try. It’s quick. It’s straightforward. There’s nothing to lose, and plenty to gain.