A Moneystepper Savings Challenge participant recently sent in an email starting: “Only time will tell what the Brexit truly means going forward…”. Boy, is he right…!
Here are a few tips which anyone looking to get a new mortgage should follow in order to make the whole process a little more straight-forward.
Following last month’s Brexit vote, the markets have been hugely volatile. This clearly has a huge impact on the pensions of millions of Britons.
If you are struggling with debt of more than £7,000, then an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) might be the best solution.
So you’ve decided to start investing so you can save for your future. Saving up as much money as you can before retirement age is always a great idea.
As the EU referendum debate draws to a close, it seems that the nation is still generally undecided on whether the UK would be better in or out of the EU.
Having children means more than adjusting what you spend your money on each day. While a new parent may need to buy extra groceries and clothing, the real change should be in how you save.
There is nothing written in stone when it comes to Forex trading. It all depends on individual mindset and the ever-changing market trends.
The Forex market attracts lots of people all over the world. It is a huge market with more than $4 trillion daily volume. But, can you profit from it?
The trading of precious metals, such as gold and silver, have been a point of great debate for many years. This was greatly fuelled by the performance of the gold price throughout the early 2000s.
Tina asks: “If I contribute to my pension I’ll be paying 5%, and my employer will match that. Should I stop my pension contributions and only save for a house?”
For one reason or another, you may have found yourself in dire financial straits. You’ve woken up and smelt the coffee and are now aiming to get your debt repaid and back onto the straight and narrow.
We just can’t help ourselves when when we know we’re being impulsive, foolish or dangerous. How many deadlines have we knowingly missed? How many needless risks have we taken despite knowing better?
If you have recently begun to invest in the market, or are currently in the process of learning how to do so, you’ll have noticed that there are many terms to learn.
Ian asks: “I have zero knowledge about investing, but I’m interested in oil stocks. Any idea where to start, and any specific company to invest in?”
Whilst critics would argue that not enough changes have been made since the 2008 global economic crisis, one big change was the increase in popularity of Guarantor Loans.
The taxman, and many other parties, want to take money from the property in your estate. Today, we look at ways to stop them!
Heather asks: “I currently pay my Dad £120 towards the household expenses, as does my brother. My partner is due to move in, should he also pay my Dad?”
As the debate over leaving the EU rages on, we take a look at the pros and cons of the Brexit on the UK economy.
The world’s largest and most liquid capital market is the currency market. Forex market transactions generate a worldwide flow of more than $5 trillion per day.
Tamzin asks: “I’ve been left some money by my late Grandfather and I’m trying to work out whether I should pay down my student loan. What do you think?”