Since the end of the initial lockdown, the UK has experienced a ‘mini-boom’ in the housing market. Part of this was caused by people reconsidering their housing needs during lockdown, while low interest rates and other incentives gave many people … Read the rest
National Savings & Investments (NS&I) made headlines recently when it announced that, from November 2020, it will reduce interest rates on its products as well as reduce the odds of winning prizes in their Premium Bonds draw.
Despite this, NS&I … Read the rest
With a recent boom in house sales and house prices, it can be a tricky time to be a first-time buyer. If you’ve struggled to get a low-deposit mortgage, you’re not the only one.
As the UK economy continues to … Read the rest
The Prime Minister’s speech on September 22 saw the introduction of new restrictions in England, including implementing a curfew on pubs and restaurants as well as encouraging working from home wherever possible.
The housing market stagnated as a result of … Read the rest
In the first seven years of auto-enrolment, ten million workers benefited from joining a workplace pension. Despite this, figures show that many people still aren’t contributing enough to provide them with a comfortable retirement.
Read on to find out why … Read the rest
First impressions can make a huge difference, so if you’re thinking about selling your house, it’s crucial that your house has good kerb appeal.
Kerb appeal is all about how attractive the property and its surroundings are, as viewed from … Read the rest
When times are good and you have a steady income, managing your debt can be easy. But when a recession hits, job losses and pay cuts often come with it. If they affect you, it can be hard to stay … Read the rest
There are many good reasons to start investing money and you don’t need huge sums to start.
Profits from investments can help you to pay off university loans, afford a deposit for a house, or save for a comfortable retirement.… Read the rest
Last month, the Chancellor unveiled a series of measures designed to support the UK economy through the coronavirus crisis. One of the most eye-catching announcements in Rishi Sunak’s summer statement was a new initiative which will set aside £2 billion … Read the rest
In his recent summer statement, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a temporary Stamp Duty holiday as part of a plan to stimulate the housing market. This came as welcome news to anyone thinking of buying a house, as purchasers could potentially … Read the rest
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