A new government scheme coming into effect from 4 May will give those in problem debt in England and Wales the right to temporary legal protection from their creditors. The Debt Respite Scheme, also known as breathing space, was first […]
The government has launched a new Help to Build scheme that it hopes will get more people onto the housing ladder by allowing them to build their own homes more affordably. The initiative will work in a similar way to […]
Women on average have lower credit scores than men, and this is having serious ramifications when they borrow. Over a lifetime, that gender credit gap comes at a cost of £16,913 according to one report released this week. Credit broker […]
This week, Transport Secretary Grant Schapps has finally said Brits can “start to think” about booking holidays abroad again – in England at least, as devolution means Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland may still follow their own timelines. There will […]
Long time readers will know that I love following property prices – not that I have an investment property on the go, or are planning to buy or sell in the near future. But it was interesting to read in […]
It’s ISA season! Actually, with Easter Monday falling on the ISA cut off date of 5 April, realistically the deadline for depositing your money has already passed, especially if you were hoping to open a new account. You might be […]
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