Erin Yurday


Erin Yurday is the Founder and Editor of NimbleFins. Prior to NimbleFins, she worked as an investment professional and as the finance expert in Stanford University's Graduate School of Business case writing team. Read more on LinkedIn.

Why am I being refused car insurance?

NimbleFins explains why you might be refused car insurance, and what you can do if it happens.

Why does a poor credit score affect car insurance?

Your credit score can impact your car insurance. NimbleFins explains how.

How are direct debit energy payments calculated?

Confused about how your direct debit energy payments are calculated? NimbleFins explains the different options. And lists the energy...

Wholesale energy prices are falling: When will I start paying less for gas and electricity?

With wholesale gas and electricity prices falling to prices last seen before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many readers are asking us...

What is range anxiety and how to prevent it

NimbleFins explains what’s known as ‘range anxiety’ and ‘charge anxiety’ and what you can do about them.

Does cold weather affect electric cars? NimbleFins explains.

NimbleFins explains how and why cold weather affects electric cars, and the steps you can take to minimise EV battery drain.

Average Cost to Charge an Electric Car 2024

NimbleFins explores the costs of charging different electric cars.

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Check our blog for the latest news and tips, covering savings, energy, and general household budgeting and finances.

Getting your home ready for winter - don’t ignore the niggling feeling

Homeowners are being urged to ensure their properties are ready for winter or face paying thousands of pounds in repairs.

New nationwide scheme to offer free home insulation - are you eligible?

Households will be offered home insulation to help them save hundreds of pounds on their energy bills as part of a new £1 billion campaign.

Average Mortgage Rates and Loans UK 2023

Looking for average mortgage rates and loan sizes in the UK? Read NimbleFins' analysis of Bank of England data.

House prices set to drop 9% in next two years - how OBR sees each year playing out until 2027

House prices are set to fall by 9% over the next two years due to higher mortgage rates and an incoming recession. But then what?