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Help to buy mortgage rules extended

18th October 2019

The UK Government acts to extend mortgage terms for it's Help to Buy Equity Loan Scheme.

The UK Government acts to extend mortgage terms for it's Help to Buy Equity Loan Scheme

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The best residential mortgage rates this week 18.10.19

18th October 2019

Mortgage borrowers will be pleased to see that last week’s low rates are available again this week and that competition remains strong across the mortgage charts

Mortgage borrowers will be pleased to see that last week’s low rates are available again this week and that competition remains strong across the mortgage char

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The best savings rates this week 18.10.19

18th October 2019

After last week’s changes across the savings chart, this week has been a lot quieter, which could be due to providers being reluctant to change rates due to the current political and economic uncertainty

After last week’s changes across the savings chart, this week has been a lot quieter, which could be due to providers being reluctant to change rates due to the current political and economic uncertainty

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25% of adults could not survive financially for more than a month if they lost their job

18th October 2019

Young adults are more likely to save than any other generation, mainly due to fear of losing their jobs and wanting to get onto the housing ladder

Young adults are more likely to save than any other generation, mainly due to fear of losing their jobs and wanting to get onto the housing ladder

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Mortgage tips for over-70s

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How are my savings taxed?

Every basic rate taxpayer in the UK currently has a Personal Savings Allowance (PSA) of £1,000.

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