John is about to start some freelance teaching and is wondering if he needs to register for VAT. We take a brief look at VAT and the limits for registering.
August’s challenge was to cut a monthly bill. September’s to read a self-improvement book. The challenge continues, and the new challenge in October is…
Buying property is all about timing if you want to secure a bargain. But, when is the best time of year to invest in Real Estate?
Results of the September “Read A Self Improvement Book” Challenge are in. Learn what our participants thought of their books and what actions they’ve taken.
Over half of new businesses closing their doors within 5 years, with money management and dealing with unexpected business expenses being key factors.
In today’s podcast we ponder the different reasons why people have a fear of the stock market, and what stops people from investing.
In the debate between buying a new or used car, we strongly side with buying a used car. But, a used car or an ollllddd used car is a much harder question!
Alex asks: “I own an rented (debt-free) apartment, and a house with a large mortgage. Should I sell the apartment, and pay off the debt on the house?”
Financial freedom isn’t handed to people on a silver platter, but to get you started on the road to the top, we’ve come up with a few great tips!
Today’s question comes from a reader who is shortly changing jobs and wants to know what will happen to their pension when they change jobs.
Many high wealth individuals would be wise to consult a “wealth management” service – an sector of the economy often overlooked.
If you’re fresh out of university and you’ve landed a graduate job where you can get one foot into the world of work, then now is the time to start saving.
LondonIce asks: “I’m about to receive £10k from my parents. I’m 17, and quite honestly, I have no clue what to do with it. Should I invest it? Or keep it?”
Money Time Blog recently argued that “Goals Are Garbage”. Well, at Moneystepper, we disagree. Here’s our retort explaining why we think goals are great!
Danny asks: “I’ve built savings and wish to buy a house. However, my position at work is a little uncertain. Is it worth buying and renting if I move?”
If you’re looking to save money on household bills, this article is an absolute monster with 111 ways (and 30,000 words) to save money on household bills!
Steve asks: “Is it possible to live without a credit card? What are the benefits and disadvantages of having one? Does it help with your credit rating?”
Any business owner looking to sell their business should ask ‘how much is my business worth?’. It’s a valid question, but not a simple one to answer.
Michael asks: “I’ve started saving in a cash ISA, and understand there’s certain limits on ISAs. Could you please explain the how the limits on ISAs work?”
Buying your first home is one of the most exhilarating decisions you take in life. But, you need to avoid the many obstacles that stand in your way!
I need to book a one-way flight – the cheapest is over £1,000. How can I find this flight cheaper and what are some other good tips to find cheaper flights?