22nd November 2017

Financial Budget 2017 Highlights

• Stamp Duty Land Tax has been abolished for all first-time buyers for houses up to £300,000. Buyers will pay £5,000

21st November 2017

The Financial Budget takes place tomorrow

On Wednesday 22nd November at 12:30 GMT Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver the financial Budget to announce the government’s plans

15th November 2017

PSF does Operation Christmas Child!

Operation Christmas Child is run by the Samaritan’s Purse as a way of giving back to children in need as

25th October 2017

Government “Grace period” for helping people in serious debt

The Government has announced a plan to help people in serious debt as credit card costs are at their highest

17th October 2017

UK inflation at highest in over 5 years

The UK’s key inflation rate hit its highest for more than five years in September, driven up by increases in

4th October 2017

UK card fraud falls

UK card fraud falls after banks tighten security and how to be vigilant against fraud Banks are now claiming to

27th September 2017

Consumer debt crisis grows

Banks are now said to be at risk of the current consumer debt crisis costing them £30 billion, according to

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