What does the 2021 budget mean for me? Don’t worry if you’re trying to work this out still. Chancellor Rishi Sunak stood up in the House of Commons and spoke for nearly an hour this afternoon. That’s enough to confuse anyone! I’ve compiled the key points you need to know now, based on the policies […]
The Budget is coming up on Wednesday, where Chancellor Rishi Sunak will detail his spending plans for the next year.
Ahead of this major announcement, proposals have been leaked, including a plan to offer government backed mortgages with 5% deposits. Young people deserve more than this, and here’s why…
2021 is off to a rough start. The UK is now in a lockdown until at least mid-February, although many are predicting it will last until March at the earliest. Many are finding it tough to make ends meet. With that in mind, I wanted to use this post to share 5 reasons why we need more debt support with you.
Times are uncertain and, as the Autumn fast approaches, there is no sign of that changing. This will have a significant impact on personal finances and how wealthy or not you feel in the coming months. We have no control over what will happen but we can make sure we are as prepared as possible. This Autumn 2020 personal finance overview aims to give you the tools to navigate the coming months.
Tough times are ahead. Sadly, the economy is in bad shape. Jobs will be lost and people will be made redundant. Some estimates suggest unemployment could reach 10% this year. No one sets out to lose their job or relishes the idea, but there are certain things you can do to make the situation better […]
It’s no secret that coronavirus has been damaging to the economy and many have suffered and will continue to suffer as a result. Pressure has been mounting on the government to increase their economic response. They delivered in a Summer Statement or mini budget on 8th July. As we move into phase two of the […]