The Personal Finance Awards 2021/22: We need your votes

Perhaps it was an insurance policy that paid and offered great support during an emergency? Or maybe you got the best advice from a mortgage broker?

It could have been something as simple as a savings account with a generous interest rate, or you could have been blown away by the excellent customer service of your local bank or mortgage company.

Either way, we want to give you the opportunity to share these experiences and also help other consumers in their search for the best personal finance providers.

With so many companies offering their services, it can be overwhelming to find the best credit card, mortgage, or even a comparison site for your needs.

But the Personal Finance Awards aim to help consumers in their decision by rewarding companies that, through a two-stage process, have been nominated and voted on by the public.

give your opinion

And this is where you come in… We’d like to invite you to vote for the winners of the 2021/22 Personal Finance Awards.

We have already received nominations in the first stage of our voting process and have revealed our list of finalists. Now we are asking you to vote for the finalists.

if you follow this link, will take you to our voting page, where you will find the categories with the names of the shortlisted companies. You don’t have to vote in every category, but just by entering you have the option to be entered into the drawing to win. a €250 Amazon voucher.

Kate Saines, Digital Editor of The Money Pages, said: “The Personal Finance Awards recognize the best companies in the personal finance industry and because they are voted for by consumers, the accolade is even more prestigious.

“We really encourage you to vote if you’ve had a good experience with one of our shortlisted nominees. Your vote really counts because it will help others who are searching for the best vendor or product to meet their needs.

“Whether you’ve found a mortgage broker who professionally and empathetically guides you through the arduous process of buying a home, or simply a credit card provider who offered you a brilliant deal, your opinion counts.”

To vote in this year’s Personal Finance Awards, click this link.

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