Cohabiting Couples

February 6, 2019
According to the analysis by NatCen Social Research, the fastest growing type of family are cohabiting couples (both opposite and same-sex couples). These figures have more than doubled from 1.5 milli

Stable and Steady

January 10, 2019
UK Finance, the trade body for High Street Banks, had announced that overall mortgage borrowing across the residential property market continues to stay stable and the trend in households cash savings

Lack of Understanding

January 7, 2019
The recent reports from Royal London show the official figures of millions of workers that are off sick for more than a month every year. The report also shows that half (52%) of the worker will worry

Cracks Appearing

January 4, 2019
The latest survey from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has exposed that over 10,000 households made claims that are worth a total sum of £64 million. This is used to deal with the impact of

Cyber Aware

January 2, 2019
New research from the Nationwide Building Society shows that parents are potentially placing their finances at risk by giving their children access to smartphones and tablets, without taking the right

Today’s The Day

November 23, 2018
The recent Lloyds Bank Spending Power Report states that people all over the UK are ready to set out to grab a bargain this week. Although, by the end of the day, the total savings can reach a substan

Character Nomination For The £50 Note

November 23, 2018
Earlier this month, there was an event at the Science Museum to launch the character nomination period for the new £50 note. The Governor of the Bank of England had announced that the new polymer £5

General Insurance Pricing Practices

November 20, 2018
In order to see whether insurers are demonstrating emphasis on the core values of treating customers fairly, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced the launch of a new market study into t