The most common, yet erroneous, assumption relating to personal loans is that they’re a mark of financial failure, but this isn’t necessarily the case.
Financial management is not easy and sitting back in the cold light of day can reveal some depressing figures; too many outgoings and not enough incomings.
It may be your dream day, but that doesn’t mean that your wedding day should cause you financial nightmares now and for years to come!
Today’s article is contributed by Regis Arzu Jr. from the personal finance website Pain To Progression, who recalls the lessons he learned discussing money with his teenage brother.
Life doesn’t always go as planned and, when joint finances are involved, a relationship breakdown has more than just emotional implications.
As the calendar year draws to an end, so does the holiday year for many employees. But, do you know what your holiday rights are?
If you are an expecting mother or father in the UK, it’s likely that you’ll want to know what are my maternity rights or paternity rights.
In November 2014 alone, Brits borrowed over £1.25 billion in credit cards, loans and overdrafts. But, are we due a new credit bubble in the UK?
You’d think that marrying the love of your life would be reward enough but, with The Marriage Allowance, the government are willing to give further tax advantages for married couples.
You may think that only wealthy people or business owners need a wealth manager, but everyone should consider financial assistance of some kind.
In personal finance, the right answer often differs for each person. However, it’s good to have personal finance rules to live by to keep you on the track.
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!
Many high wealth individuals would be wise to consult a “wealth management” service – an sector of the economy often overlooked.
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!
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!
Financial planning is an important aspect of a person’s lifestyle. But, what are the benefits of businesses offering financial planning advice?
Saving £1 million may seem impossible, but with a lot of determination and aggressive saving you can get there! Here’s how to save £1m for your retirement.
At 88, Dot Cotton (actress June Brown), is well above state retirement age. However, due to the financial crisis, she isn’t retiring anytime soon…
With the Conservative Party now in government, there are a number of financial policies that the party set out in their manifestos that could impact you.