Beware of New Scams!

A few days before the Prime Minister had announced the lockdown in March, the City of London Police had reported a 400% increase in scams due to COVID-19 creating an ideal environment for fraudsters t

The Max and Keira’s Law

A new law has just come into force in relation to organ donation. This law aims to improve the provision of organs for transplant and all adults over the age of 18 in England will be automatic

Time to Move?

The government estimated that approximately 450,000 people in the UK have been restricted on continuing their plans with moving home since lockdown. The government procedures have urged people to stay

Your Financial Safety Net

If there is one thing that we have learned from the current climate, is that we never know that’s in the future. Whatever your financial situation may be today, it only takes an

Why Is Income Protection Important?

Data from the Money Advice Service suggests that one million people in the UK are unable to work as a result of a serious illness or injury, every year. If you were to fall seriously ill or sustain

Will Student Loans Be Affected By COVID-19?

The current situation with COVID-19 has affected the way that many firms are delivering their services and the Student Loans Company (SLC) has also been affected. Although Student Loans Company has

Announcement of Self-Employed Support Scheme

The Chancellor announced that help would be available to those who rely on self-employed income, particularly those who have made profits up to £50,000. This will be also available to those who fi

About Mortgage Payment Holidays

To help people who have had their circumstances changed as a result of Covid-19, the Chancellor announced a series of measures to alleviate the financial impact of losing a job or self-employe

Good Intentions

When I first signed up to Rat Race’s Ultra Tour of Arran, I had every intention of training for it properly and in good time. I had every intention of sticking to

Base Rate Reduced to 0.1%

The Bank of England had announced further reductions to the base rate. The current base rate is now at 0.1%, the lowest it has ever been in the UK. Previously, the Bank of England