The following article from MortgageIntroducer talks about 2916 being a great year for Remortgaging. Last year was the best for remortgages since 2009 as homeowners locked onto rock bottom mortgage rates, research from LMS has found.
Summer is here and, as the schools are breaking up for the long break this week. Many households are about to go on an annual holiday – so here’s our guide to avoid being ripped off when you buy family travel insurance. Travel insurance should be top of your checklist when you are preparing for […]
The Bank of England surprised markets last week by holding firm at current record low of 0.5% base rate, despite the Governor, Marl Carney, signaling a cut. So where next for interest rates? Although the interest rates stayed the same in July, its statement policy is for “loosening” monetary policy if the economy does not […]
As the dust settles on the EU referendum results, it’s time to make your Brexit financial plan. Although it’s still early days, you’re probably thinking already about how the UK leaving the European Union is going to affect your pocket or your bank balance. To help you plan accordingly, we are going to review the […]
Investing can seem like a dark art, especially when you look at the market volatility we have seen this year, and not just as a result of Brexit. To help you decode the complex world of finance, here is an investment lesson on spreading risk and maximising return through asset allocation. What assets can you […]
Small employers are the backbone of the UK economy. According to The Federation of Small Businesses, growing enterprises account for almost half of the country’s turnover, and employ 6 in 10 members of our population. However, looking after small business growth is essential to ensuring survival in a competitive economic climate. Small firm’s attitude might […]
Inheritance tax comes as an unpleasant surprise to more and more people each year. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) took a record £4.6 billion in Inheritance Tax (IHT) in 2015/16. This was up 70% on the previous year. This frightening growth in tax is due mainly to property prices leaving more people with estates worth […]