The UK inflation rate rose another 0.3% from July to August—the joint highest it's been in 5 years.
The value of the pound has fallen so low that soon it could be worth just one euro.
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Many are being advised to check their state pension forecast in advance, in order to avoid disappointment and give themselves time to prepare.
38 of all mortgages taken out in 2017 will not be paid back until the borrower is at least 65.
The Bank of England is getting worried about the level of household debt.
An increasing number of people are taking out drawdown pensions without seeking financial guidance.
With card transactions now overtaking cash purchases, are we seeing the decline of cash altogether?
With the Government’s U-turn on scrapping Triple-Lock, just how long can the state pension policy last for?
The housing market slowdown appears to be coming to a halt as mortgage lending picks up pace.
Over half of British small business owners do not include instructions on what to do with company shares in the event of their death.
The value of the pound continues to fall as the UK economy is uncertain after the general election.
An unexpected result in the General Election has left uncertainty surrounding key policies, particularly involving personal finance.
As the date for the General election approaches, we take a look at what Labour and the Conservatives have included in their manifestos regarding personal finance.
Around 40% of those aged 18-24 go on holiday overseas without taking out travel insurance.
The majority of Britons expect to work past retirement age as worries about the size of pension pots surface.
The Government is considering replacing the Pensions triple lock, which guarantees a minimum yearly increase in the state pension.
A report from Legal & General reveals that parental and family loans for property will increase by 30% in 2017.
Old £5 notes will no longer be accepted in shops within the next couple of weeks.