With its shiny 200-metre-long trains, the Crossrail project promises ‘to bring the world to London, and London to the world’. Improved journey times, eased congestion and the offer of more job opportunities are on offer, making working in London more … Read the rest
Life is busy, we get that; ours is no different.
That’s why there are some financial jobs many of us put off, often until they are too late. Here’s our top five that you shouldn’t put off any longer.
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Your pension: rarely has there been something so dull, yet so important.
Not only does it pay the bills when you no longer want to, or can, work, but it gets topped up by the Government and, if you have … Read the rest
Confusion reigned this week as the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, revealed that two measures previously announced in his Budget will not go ahead.
For now, anyway.
Mr Hammond’s Budget, delivered in early March, will be remembered for the proposed National Insurance … Read the rest
The answer to that question depends on two things; the outcome of the election and how you react to the inevitable instability it will cause.
At this early stage, the most likely outcome seems to be a Conservative victory, with … Read the rest
Millions will soon have to file five tax returns a year as part of an upcoming digital overhaul.
The paperless ‘Making Tax Digital’ scheme plans to completely replace the current system of filing paper returns by 2020, with a pilot … Read the rest
There were no street parties, wild celebrations or news flashes to mark the start of the new tax-year on 6th April. But, it heralded a series of changes at least one of which, we can almost guarantee, will affect everyone … Read the rest
You can be forgiven for missing the start of the new tax-year last week.
But, if you soon hope to buy your first home, and are therefore saving for a deposit, the 6th April 2017 is an important date.
Why?… Read the rest
First-time buyers took a record 22% share of the housing market in the fourth quarter of 2016, the highest since records began in 2007.
Figures from the Bank of England published on the 14th of March shows that the percentage … Read the rest
For many people, the ‘bank of Mum and Dad’ is one of the oldest and sturdiest financial institutions out there. With the added bonus of opening on a Sunday and having hardly any queues, it is no wonder that nearly … Read the rest
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
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