Putting away some money for your child is a great way to set them up for success in their early adult life. The Independent reports that more than three-quarters (76%) of parents and guardians with children under the age of … Read the rest
In the 2020/21 tax year, Statista report that Inheritance Tax, often considered “Britain’s most hated tax”, claimed £5.32 billion from the beneficiaries of those who had passed away.
Inheritance Tax (IHT) is a charge on the estate of someone who … Read the rest
The Stamp Duty holiday is coming to an end on Thursday 30 September 2021, which means that Stamp Duty rates will return to their pre-pandemic norms.
The holiday was introduced to boost the housing market, as it was struggling due … Read the rest
If you need to cut down on your expenses, one of the best methods of doing so can be by sticking to a budget. The key to good budgeting is about working out how to use your income for different … Read the rest
For many people, the pandemic has changed the way they view their homes. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) report that 36% of Brits saw their home also become their office during 2020, as remote working became the “new normal”.… Read the rest
You’ve decided on your dream home, you’ve paid the deposit, and you may even have been living in it for a few years – so what do you do now?
You may think nothing of your monthly mortgage payment; it … Read the rest
If you have received a plausible looking text or email in recent weeks that turned out to be fake, you’re not alone.
If you’re a first-time buyer looking to get onto the property ladder, then a new government initiative could help you.
The “First Homes” scheme launched in England in June with the government saying that the discount scheme will “provide a … Read the rest
If you’ve taken steps at home to reduce your environmental impact, you’re in good company. A new survey from consumer champion Which?, published in the Independent, has revealed that around 9 in 10 people are taking steps specifically … Read the rest
If you’ve been paying attention to headlines in recent months, you may have seen a study published in FT Adviser about the recent difficulties facing potential home buyers. One of the main takeaways of the study was that almost half … Read the rest
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
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