Housing markets in certain nations showed exceptional growth, other global housing markets such as Japan, China, and Greece saw declines in house prices.
The Greek economic crisis isn’t over. While some hope that a longer term deal is reached, many fear, no matter what, that the Greek economy won’t cope.
Sarah asks whether she needs to pay any tax (income tax, capital gains tax or even inheritance tax) on gifts that she receives from friends?
Walking past a 5p on the floor got me thinking in terms of hourly value. E.g. how much is it worth, per hour, to pick up that 5p? More than you may think!
John asks if he can afford to live in London. People living in the capital know that working out if you can afford to live in London isn’t an easy task…
According to recent reports, CVS Health is to buy Target’s Pharmacy business for a whopping $1.9bn. But, what does this mean for customers and shareholders?
Question 3 – Is debt consolidation right for me? Tom asks about his current credit card debts and whether debt consolidation would be appropriate for him.
You’ve spent years and plenty of effort building your business. But, how do you know if you should sell and when is the right time to sell your business?
Question 2 – Should I Be Buying A House? Today’s question from Laura regards her mortgage application, and more widely whether she should be buying a house!
By learning the right way to use credit cards, you’ll find that they can be useful in building long term wealth and moving towards to financial freedom.
Moneystepper Q&A Podcast: Question 1: Joining Your Employer’s Pension Scheme. bettiefrombingo asks whether she should join her employer’s pension scheme.
Welcome to the new Moneystepper Q&A Podcast – answering your personal finance questions three times a week! Submit your question today…
The pros and cons of taking holiday? Are you sure Moneystepper? There are cons? Surely not? Well, today we investigate…
The Mortgage Market Review (2014), made mortgages for the self employed harder to obtain. Here are some tips to help you get a self employed mortgage.
We’re over half way through the year: the business end of the season if we’re using football clichés! I’m very pleased to say we’re marching onto glory!
Whether you are trying to improve working relationships with your boss, your colleagues or your clients, here are 10 ways go about it.
In August, we challenge you to reduce one monthly bill which you usually pay via direct debit or automatic payment. Good luck!!
Graduated and found a job?! Congrats! You’re probably now thinking about student loan repayment. Should you be paying back student loans early? We say: NO!
Today we help a reader, Tony, and everyone else answer the question: is it worth opening a SIPP? For many, an ISA or employer pension may be better options!
The May monthly challenge (a bit late, sorry!) was to give selflessly through one specific act. Unfortunately, it left me a little disappointed by charity!
Today, we take a look at the second British Gas price cut in 2015, but ask whether it’s really reflective of underlying gas prices.