Thursday, April 26, 2018

Britons value photographs as the MOST TREASURED possession in their houses

Britons are a sentimental bunch as most would save the family photo album.Laptops and tablets are the second most popular item to save, followed by wedding and...

House sale: Online estate agents are on the RISE in the...

GETTYSome online-only agents charge less than high-street onesCaution is normal as your home is your most valuable possession, but you can save thousands...

Personal loans: Online scammers RIP OFF Britons for HUNDREDS of pounds

Victims lost more than £3.5million to loan fee fraud in 2017, a sharp 44 per cent rise over the year.Yet almost three quarters of people are unaware...

Junior ISA allowance: Families urged to take advantage of huge investment...

GETTYParents will have to work and save hard to give their children a princely sumPatrick Connolly, financial planner at Chase de Vere, said...

Money woes: Shock number of Brits admit they struggle to pay...

But one quarter said money is an uphill battle for them every single month.The average adult is forced to turn to their credit cards or overdraft to...

Five minutes guide: How to check your BROKERAGE COSTS

Unfortunately, this is not easy, as charges tend to be multilayered, with trading costs for buying and selling stocks and funds, plus quarterly and annual charges, as...

Ejected from your home: The interest-only shock could wreck your final...

NCLen and Val Fitzgerald face their home being repossessed after their mortgage extension was deniedThis is the horror facing Len and Val Fitzgerald,...

Treasury is set to SELL OFF Bradford & Bingley’s MORTGAGES in...

The proceeds from the sale will be used to repay the outstanding £4 billion of a £20 billion loan that was given by the Treasury to the...

Buy-to-let market attracts NEW INVESTORS despite the glory days being over

GETTYHOME TRUTH: BTL taxes are risingHowever, it continues to attract new investors who took out 5,200 buy-to-let (BTL) purchase mortgages in February, according...

Car market dries up as drivers prefer NOT to buy DIESEL...

Just 13 per cent of drivers say they are now likely to buy diesel, according to a new report from Close Brothers Motor Finance, with sales particularly...
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