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It is well known that the ‘Bank of Mum & Dad’ has turned into one of the UK’s largest lenders, helping thousands of first-time buyers get on to the housing ladder. However, new ...
Once a firm favourite among savers, new figures from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) suggest that the humble Cash ISA is being neglected.
As interest rates remain low, the amount of money being paid into Cash ISAs has ...
The concept of downsizing has been around for years.
In fact, research shows that many of us are over-reliant on rising house prices to help fund our retirement. However, a new report from Prudential shows that releasing capital isn’t the main motivation for most downsizers.
The key figures ...
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It’s taken more than 10 years, but it’s finally happened.
The Bank of England has decided to increase interest rates with the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voting by 7-2 to increase base rate from 0.25% to 0.5%, principally in ...
Automatic enrolment began in 2012 and the phase-in period for employers of all sizes is due to end in early 2018. But 4.8 million self-employed people have been left out.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) reports that ...
Two big tuition fee changes have been announced. But what do they mean for students?
Changes to tuition fees will affect young adults in your family; whether yourself, children or grandchildren.
Opening the 2017 Conservative Conference, Prime Minister ...
There has been a drastic change in the number of women with financial protection such as Critical Illness Cover, Life Insurance and Income Protection. A decline of 37% means that almost two thirds of households ...