Dan Base worked spent 8 years working for Coventry Building Society before joining money.co.uk as a content writer.
During his time here he put his expertise to good use, covering banking, consumer rights, mortgages and investing.
Dan left money.co.uk in 2019.
Here is how to choose a mortgage whether you are buying your first home, moving house or remortgaging to get a better deal on your property.
Saving a mortgage deposit is your first step towards buying your own home. Here is how deposits work, how to save one and what help you can get.
Find out what is involved in releasing equity from your home, how you can do it, and if it is a step worth taking.
The thrills and spills of the stock market can be exciting and lucrative, but sometimes it can be hard to know where to start with investments. Ask yourself these 7 questions to work out how and where to invest your money.
Choosing the right current account can save you money in fees, give you all the features you need or even earn you money in interest. Here is where to find the best account for your circumstances.
You can get rewards like shopping vouchers for just spending on some credit cards. Here is how they work and how to choose a card with the rewards you want.
Switching to a new current account is easier than ever and could save you hundreds of pounds. Here is how to get a new bank account in just seven days.
Purchases made on your credit card offer you some protection, but the rules for debit cards are different. Here is how the Chargeback scheme provides protection for your debit card.
If you have grand designs on property investment, you'll need to get your finances into gear. We show you how to work out if property development is a realistic dream and how to make it happen.
If you go into your overdraft every month or have been stuck in the red for a while, there are ways to pay off your overdraft for good.
We investigate the process behind clearing a cheque to find out exactly how it works - and why in a world of instant technology it can still take so long.