Avoiding high fees when transferring money from UK to European bank accounts

25 Feb 2021

Since the start of the year, many UK-based banks have been closing bank accounts owned by British people living in Europe following the end of the Brexit transition period. The changes predominantly affect customers of banks and building societies, such

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A quarter of homeowners may be paying too much for their mortgage

25 Feb 2021

According to new research, more than one in four homeowners may be paying their mortgage provider’s highest rate by not taking advantage of the latest deals by remortgaging. The new study by online mortgage broker, Habito, found that 27 per

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£9.4 Billion withdrawn from British pensions in 2020: How will the Pension Schemes Bill impact

19 Feb 2021

New figures from HMRC have demonstrated 360,000 people have withdrawn from their defined contributions in the last quarter of 2020, which is 10% up on the previous year, amounting to £2.4 billion. This compares to £2.2 billion during the same

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Brexit: Beast of Burden or Beast and Burden

12 Feb 2021

Our departure from the European Union has now inexorably happened, throwing us into unchartered waters regarding forming new boundaries and a strategy for the beginning of the rest of the British people’s lives. It would be prudent to recognise how

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