Tim Heming is a journalist and editor who has written about personal finance for national newspapers and consumer websites for 15 years.
Tim enjoys providing no-nonsense information to help consumers make better financial decisions, saving them time, money and worry in the process.
Outside of personal finance, Tim has a longstanding love of sport and is a specialist in endurance sport, has written a monthly column for the UK’s triathlon magazine 220Triathlon for the past decade and covered elite races all over the world.
Tim started writing about personal finance for The Sun website’s Sun Money section in 2007 and regularly contributed articles to the paper’s monthly Cashflow supplement that would tell readers’ stories and help solve their financial issues.
He went on to write a small business column for the newspaper reporting on and supporting the success of UK entrepreneurs and start-ups.
Moving into a freelance role, Tim has written about money matters for publications including The Times, Evening Standard, Times Money Mentor, Forbes Advisor and the tabloid press in the UK. He also worked as interim head of content for leading property website, Zoopla.
Since 2020, his personal finance work has been focused on writing and editing hundreds of articles for MoneySuperMarket, informing customers on different areas of personal finance from current accounts and credit cards to loans and car finance.