Active Economy

November 10, 2019
Vitality and RAND Europe produced a worldwide research on economic impact of physical inactivity, embellishing an illustration of significant influence on economic growth, and the regular exercise of

The New £20 Note

October 20, 2019
The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has revealed the new £20 note which features the artist JMW Turner. This will be available to the public on the 20th February 2020, this c

Slower Annual House Price Growth

October 15, 2019
The house price survey by Halifax shows that price has slowed down dramatically in September, increasing up to 1.1% in the previous year. This has ultimately decreased over the past year since April 2

Landlords Thinking Of Selling Up

August 25, 2019
According to the latest research from LV= General Insurance, almost £4.7 billion a year is being spent by UK landlords on their rental properties, which is an average of £3,134 each. The research

Asset Finance Pricing Expected To Rise

August 15, 2019
According to the latest research from United Trust Bank, they have revealed that 14.5% of asset finance brokers corresponding to their latest Broker Sentiment Poll believe the pricing in the asset fin

40% Would Prefer To Extend Than Move Home

August 10, 2019
According to the latest research from TSB, 41% of homeowners would rather build an extension than move house after the changes in planning law. The research discovered that 80% of people thought that

Retirement Funding For Young People

June 14, 2019
According to the latest research from Canada Life, it shows evidence that the UK’s younger generation is three times more likely than the older generation to use their property wealth to fund retire

Withdrawing Cash

March 14, 2019
The final recommendations have been issued by The Access to Cash Review, which calls on the Government, regulators and banks to act now or take the risk of leaving millions behind. The recommendations

Talking About Personal Money Matters

March 12, 2019
The new research conducted by the new YouGov research commissioned by Lloyds bank, states that money is a bigger taboo than religion or politics. This impacted half of UK adults which believe that tal