Friday, September 21, 2018

Get creative to make the most of your savings

Yesterday the Daily Express revealed how savings rates are at a five-year low despite the Bank of England hiking base rates to 0.75 per cent in August.You...

Pay attention to these Aston Martin shares, 007

The James Bond sports car maker launches its flotation or initial public offering (IPO) tomorrow on the London Stock Exchange amid hopes its valuation will top £5billion...

Turning your money green

People are taking a stand by investing in so-called ethical or socially responsible investment funds instead.Ethical investment managers try to filter out the bad guys so you...

Many thinking outside the box on funeral bills

In five year’s time, the average funeral is expected to have hit £5,120. (Image: GETTY)Funeral costs have more than doubled in the past...

How to keep taxman’s paws off your donation

Almost everybody gave something to charity during the last year, but only a quarter of donations eligible for the Gift Aid top-up actually received it, so charities...

Buying a property abroad: Nab your bargain overseas dream home using...

But, more often than not, the price tags on those idyllic properties are simply out of reach and the dream remains just that: a dream. Some people, however,...

We still need Help to Buy

But the average deposit without Help To Buy now stands at £33,127 nationally – and £114,952 in London – according to this summer’s Halifax First-Time Buyer Review.Properties...

The future of Help To Buy

However, critics say it is a state handout for the middle-classes that has inflated house prices and boosted developers’ profits at the expense of the taxpayer.Is the...

Planning your child’s student finances

Many freshers will be living away from home for the first time. (Image: GETTY)Debt is an inevitability of student life, with the average...

Back-to-school bill hits modern parents hard

Yesterday saw many return to class with the average 15 or 16-year-old carrying items worth £392 in their backpacks.This rises to £652 for 17 and 18-year-olds, according...
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