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Despite total losses from bank fraud in the UK falling by 8% in the first half of 2017 compared to 2016, there were still nearly a million cases of financial fraud last year
New Year is a great opportunity to start making small but significant changes to help you stay on top of your finances. Here, we look at 5 top tips for saving in 2018.
The Autumn Budget has recently been announced – but how will the changes affect you? We take a look at a couple of the main changes and how this could impact on your finances.
According to Money Advice Service, one in three people feel the pressure to spend more than they can afford at Christmas, but with a few weeks to go you can still rein in the costs.
There are well-known structural and physical issues around your home which could affect its value – but what about other hidden, external issues? Statistics suggest having pets and your local pub or supermarket could also have an effect.
Figures for online scams and fraud remain high, but there are steps we can take to keep our computers and devices as safe and secure as possible.
A home purchase will probably be the most expensive purchase you’ll ever make and you may choose to have a survey - but which one do you need - a Mortgage Valuation, Condition Report, Homebuyer’s Report or a Building Survey?
You may have heard of the Government’s affordable housing schemes Help and Buy and Shared Ownership – but what does an affordable housing scheme actually mean, and how can it help people step onto the property ladder?
There are hundreds of teacher resources and blogs on the internet as well as Facebook pages designed to inspire, inform and motivate you. Here, we look at ten popular teaching pages in the UK.
Whether you are saving for a house or for your retirement funds, here are some top tips on getting the best from your savings – from setting budgets and goals to making the most of employer pension contributions.
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