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
A few weeks ago, we shared our complete guide to taking a mortgage payment holiday. In it, we said:
“Taking a payment holiday also preserves your credit record. Experian, Equifax and the other credit reference agencies have agreed an … Read the rest
Considering his work is among the most celebrated and renowned in science, it’s worth listening to Albert Einstein when he describes the ‘most powerful force in the universe’.
Is it light? A black hole? Photons? No – the award-winning scientist … Read the rest
In recent weeks and months, our TV screens have been full of tragic stories about the millions of people affected by coronavirus around the world.
During lockdown, you have probably paused to think about whether you have the right protection … Read the rest
Your mortgage is likely to be the biggest financial commitment of your life. And, your monthly payment is almost certainly the most significant expense you pay every month.
So, it’s perhaps not surprising that there is such a focus on … Read the rest
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.
Your mortgage … Read the rest
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