An overwhelming 98% of Standard Life members have voted “yes” to the insurance company’s demutualisation.
2nd June sees the launch of annualcreditreport.co.uk, from the Credit Reporting Agency.
How much could you get for that old mobile phone that’s lying around?
The big news from the past week has been the government proposals to overhaul the provision of state pensions. The headline proposal has been the raising of the pension age from 65 to 68 from 2044, but other proposals included returning the link between the state pension and earnings (rather than inflation), cutting the number […]
Anyone know what an “Interest-Free Savings Allowance” is? Blueyonder seems to know.
This Is Money blog has a nice little rant on stamp duty.
But be wary of the charges.
I have a confession to make: I am amongst the growing number of house-buyers taking out an interest-only mortgage.
Tips for ensuring that your children do not have to pay tax on the interest from their savings.
Here’s a formula for showing how much an amount spent now could be worth in the future, if invested.