By the end of 2019, there were more than five million self-employed people in the UK. While self-employment offers many benefits, from the flexibility of hours to ‘being your own boss’, there can be some downsides – especially when it … Read the rest
Back in March, interest rates fell to the lowest level in the Bank of England’s 326-year history. Now, the governor, Andrew Bailey, has indicated that the central bank are considering introducing ‘negative interest rates’ for the very first time in … Read the rest
Property is one of the sectors that has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. With government guidance urging buyers and sellers to ‘adapt and be flexible’ by agreeing new moving dates, property consultancy Knight Frank estimates that more than 520,000 … Read the rest
Millions of households in the UK are struggling to meet their regular monthly commitments as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. With employees furloughed and self-employed workers seeing their work dry up, it’s a tough time for many.
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In recent weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has affected almost all areas of the economy. From retail to financial services, many businesses have been forced to close or significantly reduce their workload to deal with remote working and social distancing guidelines.… Read the rest
In recent weeks, the coronavirus has dominated global events. While your health, and that of your family, is likely to be your most important priority, you may have seen headlines concerning the recent volatility experienced by world financial markets.
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In recent weeks, the government and Bank of England have brought in a raft of measures to help support the UK economy during the coronavirus pandemic.
One of the steps taken has been to reduce the Bank of England Base … Read the rest
The coronavirus pandemic has left millions of people in the UK worrying about paying their monthly commitments. With many industries having all but stopped, many families are concerned about how they will continue to afford their mortgage during this turbulent … Read the rest
With the outbreak reaching more than 180 countries and affecting more than 190,000 people, the coronavirus has not been far from the headlines in recent weeks.
The extent of the spread of the virus has affected life around the world … Read the rest
In a sign that the housing market is starting to recover after a difficult 2019, new data has revealed that January saw UK banks approve the highest number of mortgages for four years.
According to the Bank of England, mortgage … Read the rest
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