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Help To Buy ISAs coming to a close in November

Help To Buy ISAs coming to a close in November

Since the 2008 recession, the Government has looked at several ways to assist first time buyers onto the housing ladder. One of which, was the Help to Buy ISA, (H2BISA), launched in December 2015.  However, they are about to be closed to new applicants from November 30th.

Understanding the growing ESG consciousness of investors

Understanding the growing ESG consciousness of investors

We begin to unpackage the growing influence of ESG factors which has pushed its way to the forefront of future investment agendas; reshaping and re-imagining the industry.

Are You Entitled to a Refund of Court Fees for Registering your Power of Attorney?

Are You Entitled to a Refund of Court Fees for Registering your Power of Attorney?

You may be entitled to a refund of Power of Attorney (POA) registration fees, be that for your financial affairs or your health and welfare, if it was registered with the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) between April 1st 2013 and March 31st 2017. This is due to the OPG reducing their operating costs as more people register and subsequent efficiency improvements.

Spring Statement Overview 2018

Spring Statement Overview 2018

There may not be a Budget in its usual time slot this year but we’re not missing out on fiscal information as the Chancellor delivered his first Spring Statement to Parliament yesterday.

Autumn Budget 2017 Overview

Autumn Budget 2017 Overview

History was made last week as the first Autumn Budget was delivered to Parliament.

People were keen to hear which policies Mr Hammond would reveal to keep his commitment of delivering a strong, fair and resilient economy.