Importance of Savings

A recent research called “State of the Nation” by Legal & General’s has revealed that 25% of small to medium enterprise business owners would mostly rely upon their cash reserves after susta

Demand Crisis

Recently, Property Mark had analysed their sales and lettings data to reveal trends from this year of 2019. They had noticed that supply has dropped dramatically over the past decade while demand has

Festive Fraudulence

Festive fraudsters are out to get you this Christmas! Online bargain hunters are being urged to be careful of social media linking back to untrustworthy websites as 34% of people have been scammed buy

Student Crisis

Research from Barclays shows that students stress levels have increased considerably due to financial worries. An example of this is anxiety levels peaking at 61%, Mental health at 55% and Sleep depri

In A Drought

In October, the Royal institute of Charted Surveyors UK Residential Market Survey continues to plummet dramatically as results show negative readings regarding new buyer inquiries, new instructions an

Dried Up

The Association of British insurers has reassured companies and homeowners about the flood that had affected them, insurers are working hard to recover for the loss of possessions and anything that wa

Active Economy

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

Workplace Mental Health

An international study was conducted in a workplace focusing on mental health, this study has revealed that workplace stigma has a huge impact on medical outcomes and employers. On a wide scale, menta

The New £20 Note

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

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