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
The headlines after last week’s Budget were grabbed by the National Insurance (NI) rise. Although this has now been cancelled, it would have seen the bills of many self-employed people increase from next year.
But, the furore caused by the … Read the rest
Will you be better or worse off as a result of today’s Budget?
Our summary will tell you, read on to find out.
Some small business owners
It was positive news for small businesses owners, with the introduction of … Read the rest
The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, started his first Budget in a bullish mood, listing the ways the economy had exceeded expectations.
He also reported that on International Women’s Day, that there is now a higher proportion of women in work than … Read the rest
“That’s an interesting article about Life Insurance” said no one ever.
To be frank and we need to manage your expectations here; the next few hundred words won’t change that.
But, whilst boring, the next five minutes (assuming you continue … Read the rest
Most of us expect to wait until we are working, and perhaps even have our feet on the housing ladder, before we start thinking about a pension.
But some people have been given a head start, after their parents or … Read the rest
Millions of savers were dealt another blow earlier this month as NS&I announced rate cuts across their range, with even Premium Bonds affected.
National Savings and Investments (NS&I) was set up to provide a relatively cheap source of government borrowing. … Read the rest
Buy to Let investors could be forgiven for feeling rather miserable right now.
Over the past year or so they have seen increases to Stamp Duty for Buy to Let investors and the partial withdrawal of their ability to offset … Read the rest
Savers have had a tough time over recent years.
Interest rates have been in the doldrums for nearly a decade, whilst inflation has, at times, eaten away at the value of a saver’s capital.
It’s nice therefore, to be able … Read the rest
My addiction started when I was a teenager. It started with the 7 inch single Rat Trap by The Boomtown Rats, followed by Please Please Me by The Beatles.
My love of buying records began early.
The trouble with addictions … Read the rest
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