- What the Conservatives' win means for your money 13/12/2019Promises have been made and plans put in place that will have an effect on your finances after the election.
- General election 2019: Pound and shares surge 13/12/2019The FTSE is higher while sterling hits its highest level against the dollar since June last year.
- Timetable set for Woodford fund repayments 13/12/2019Stricken investors in Neil Woodford's former flagship fund will receive their first payments on 20 January.
- What the Conservatives' win means for your money 13/12/2019
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Santander UK is to write to over 270,000 borrowers to make it clear to customers about when it would increase the cap on its mortgage standard variable rate. The FCA has agreed the deal with Santander after the regulator found the … Continue reading
When buying a house, what do you consider the most important issue to arrange is? Insuring the contents of your home? Taking the opportunity to arrange your Will? Covering the mortgage you have by arranging a life cover policy? Please let me know … Continue reading
According to a survey from Move with us, the following is a list of the factors that we are prepared to compromise on when looking for a new home. Size of garden – 40% Downstairs cloakroom – 33.5% Location – 15.4% Availabilty … Continue reading
In the 12 months to February 2013 UK house prices increased by 1.9%, down from a 2.2% increase in the 12 months to January 2013. House price growth remains relatively stable across most of the UK, although prices in London … Continue reading
The consumer prices index (CPI) has remained unchanged at 2.8 per cent in March, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics. The main contributors for an upward trend came from recreation and culture which includes newspapers, books and stationary. … Continue reading
The last house price bubble followed a previous conservative chancellors budget. Nigel Lawson ended the multiple tax relief available to home buyers in his 1988 Budget. Any Application completed after August of this year was only entitled to one amount … Continue reading