The easy way to stay on top of your insurance

We all know the importance of insurance. Protection against life’s little mishaps, a safety blanket for when the worst happens, and sometimes a legal necessity for big transactions. So, insurance is…

Personal Archive Co Hidden Gems

Most of our customers at Personal Archive Co tell us that they use their account to store important legal documents. Copies of wills, insurance policies, pension details, statements and receipts – stored…

All the documents you need to apply for a mortgage

Preparing to buy a home is an exciting time. Whether it’s your very first home or your next big move, purchasing property is, of course, a big deal. You’re probably aware you’re going to need some…

Top 5 Reasons to Try Personal Archive Co

These days, you can barely change the channel without being bombarded with an ad for the latest technology. From virtual reality to cryptocurrency, smartphones to exercise bikes, there’s always something…

You can’t lose the internet

My father died in 2008. He was a small business owner and a very organised man. But it still took us four months to find all his business and personal papers and get everything sorted out. It wasn’t…

Small step organisation: safeguard your documents

In this day and age, we all know how tough organisation can be. It's hard to stay organised and have everything available exactly when (and where) you need it. The progression from physical paper to the…

Why is Big Tech a Big Deal?

Whether we like it or not, there are some companies, websites and documents services practically everyone uses. They are often referred to as “Big Tech”. Just because they are big, doesn’t mean they…

How to take the stress out of filing

You don’t need to spend ages getting your life organised. Here’s how a couple of regular minutes can change your personal safety, security and document habits. The Personal Archive is a secure place…

Dreading the April Financial Season? There’s a trick to avoid the headaches it brings

April is a really important month when it comes to our personal finances and the ways we keep track of them. Tax returns, ISAs, new rates (why is it always MORE Council Tax?), mortgage statements……