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19th February 2021
Can Flexible Working Really Boost Productivity?
In the old days it was simple. You went to work for a company, spent your whole life there and duly retired. ‘Security’ was what… Read More
22nd January 2021
Should I worry about ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’?
If you’re thinking of applying for a mortgage, it’s always been important to get your personal finances in order, and there are more credit temptations… Read More
8th January 2021
Are Premium Bonds still worth it?
With the NS&I adjusting the premium bond prize-fund rate to just 1% in December of 2020, down from the previous 1.4%, around 21 million people… Read More
8th January 2021
4 Financial New Year’s Resolutions for 2021
The beginning of a new year is a great opportunity to get on top of some of the tasks you’ve been putting off for a… Read More
12th November 2020
Are 95% mortgages on the way back?
At the virtual Conservative Party Conference on 6th October, Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestured towards a plan in the pipeline to introduce 95% Loan To… Read More
30th October 2020
Help to Buy is changing – what you need to know…
With the new Help to Buy scheme due to commence in April 2021 and the recent government announcement of an extension to the current Help… Read More
16th October 2020
The changing face of financial advice
This article discusses how financial advisers across the nation have adapted to continue to deliver a valuable service at a period of upheaval which hasn’t… Read More
21st September 2020
How can parents help their children get on the property ladder?
Nearly a quarter of home purchases this year will be backed by the “bank of mum and dad” – up from fewer than one in… Read More