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As part of our Mortgage Basics series we take a look at what to do when you want to make an offer on a home – including advice on how to make the best offer possible and what happens next in the mortgage process.
There are a range of savings options available – from easy access accounts to fixed rate bonds which tie in your money for a set period of time. Here, we take a look at the options available.
With the current interest rate at an historical low of 0.25% the prospect of an increase to the UK interest rate is constantly cropping up in the media. We take a look at what happens when the interest rate changes in the UK.
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An ISA is a tax-free account for your savings in which you can save up to £20,000 a year. Here is a breakdown of the ISAs we currently have available to new and existing customers.
There are only a few weeks left this term and another school year will be over – or the first year for many NQTs all over the UK. For some students concentration can start to waiver in the last few weeks of school and you may not want to start a new topic. So, here is some end of term inspiration for teachers.
Moving home can be a stressful experience – but with some preparation, you can make the move smoother and calmer for everyone involved. Here, we take a look at what you can do to prepare for your house move.
If you are looking to sell your home but would like to add as much value to it beforehand then there are some small and larger projects you could complete. Here, we take a look at some of the best projects – large and small, that could add value to your property.
The annual budget was announced this month and it often brings some changes to your savings and tax – here, we take a look at how some of this year’s announcements could affect your finances.
If you’re thinking of buying a home you need to know exactly what you need to pay along the way – from solicitor fees to stamp duty. But what is stamp duty and how much will you need to pay when you buy a new home?
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