20th September 2017

New £10 Notes Are Out: How much is yours worth?

The new £10 notes have recently been released this week. They are marked with Jane Austens face as the year

13th September 2017

Unemployment rate falls to 4.3% but wages remain below inflation rate

UK unemployment fell by 75,000 in the three months to July down to 4.3% from 4.4% in the previous quarter.

12th September 2017

Public sector 1% pay cap to be lifted next year

The government has announced they will lift the 1% annual cap on public sector pay from next year, and have

31st August 2017

Understanding the veil of incorporation

Established in 1897, under the case of Salomon vs A Salomon & Co Ltd, an incorporated company is a legal

9th August 2017

Lord Darling: UK economy risks as consumer debt grows

Former chancellor Lord Alistair Darling has warned over a growing concern of the rise in consumer debt in the UK

2nd August 2017

Hundreds of apps pulled over “financial scam fears”

  The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) have reviewed mobile app stores related to trading and discovered over 330

26th July 2017

BBC Salary Row: Gender Pay Gap

Despite the promotion of equal pay in the Equality Pay Act of 1970, the gender pay gap in the UK

18th July 2017

UK Inflation Rate drop

Inflation rates in Britain have dropped from 2.9% in May to 2.6% in June after a near four-year high. Inflation

12th July 2017

Economic progress under Theresa May

There has been quite drastic changes in the economy and the value of the pound in the past year following

5th July 2017

Consumer Credit Borrowing Increase

According to the BBC, the Bank of England has enforced new action to deal with bad loans, forcing banks to