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With the outlook for Brexit constantly changing, the significant progress made on an exit deal this week takes us a step closer to leaving the EU, but what comes next?
We look through the key points from the Autumn Budget, with a focus on taxation, housing and welfare.
As we enter the final 6 months of the UK’s EU membership, we take a look at the coming months and break down each stage of the process.
Just seven months remain until the UK leaves the European Union, and with an ever increasing chance of a “No-Deal Brexit”, we take a look at what that means for you.
Banks may soon be forced to offer a minimum interest rate in an attempt to tackle poor returns on customers’ savings.
For the first time in 23 years, the number of first-time buyers has exceeded the number of current home owners looking to sell.
A rise in consumer spending has seen savings levels drop to their lowest level in 13 years.
Hundreds of thousands of over 40s are at risk of being left short when it comes to their retirement savings.
Pensions freedoms have brought financial flexibility for those entering retirement age, however you must be aware of the consequences of withdrawing lump sums from your pension pot, especially if you plan on doing so before retirement age.
According to a leading investments firm, workers should have double their annual salaries in savings by the time they reach their mid-30s.
New research has shown that 19% of parents have borrowed cash from a child’s savings account.
If you have any old paper £10 notes, you should think about getting rid of them as soon as possible...
A large amount of cash gifts could be forgotten about this Christmas, as millions of cheques may go uncashed.
The 2017 Budget was delivered on 22nd November by Chancellor Philip Hammond, and contained big changes, particularly for first time buyers.
The old one pound coin will no longer be legal tender as of October 15th, but many shops will continue to accept them past the cut off date.
The new £10 note entered circulation earlier this month and there’s a few things you should know about the latest polymer banknote…
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.
Savings rates are at rock bottom, but that doesn’t mean that saving is a bad idea. Here are some of the commonly asked questions about how to save…