Universal Credit: How Universal Credit affects couples – Should you open a joint account?

UNIVERSAL CREDIT is a payment given to eligible individuals if they are on a low income or out of work. Should you open a joint account if you live as a couple and claim Universal Credit? Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...

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By admin On Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
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Pound US dollar exchange rate rises, all Tory candidates back Boris Johnson’s Brexit Deal

The pound US dollar exchange rate has edged higher today, with the pairing currently trading around $ 1.296. Sterling rose following news that all Conservative candidates in the December 12 general election are More...

By admin On Monday, November 18th, 2019
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State pension age: Could you get extra £4,500 per year? Attendance Allowance explained

STATE PENSION age is rising, but it may be that some people who are state pension age or older are able to receive financial support in order to help them to cover extra costs they may face due to a disability. Daily More...

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Pound Euro exchange rate: UK election optimism sparks GBP/EUR gains

The pound edged higher against the euro as UK election optimism rose, leaving the pairing trading around €1.172. Sterling was bolstered at the start of the week as Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that More...

By admin On Monday, November 18th, 2019
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Help to Buy ISA and Lifetime ISAs: How your savings may see your mortgage rates be reduced

HELP to buy a first home is something which many people who are looking to get on the property ladder may hope for. The Help to Buy ISA and Lifetime ISA offers savers a 25 percent government bonus to savings – More...

By admin On Monday, November 18th, 2019
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Universal Credit payments may change next month – when will you be paid over Christmas?

UNIVERSAL CREDIT is paid on a monthly basis, after the initial payment. The date for when it is paid is changing for some people during December, due to the Christmas holidays. Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...

By admin On Sunday, November 17th, 2019
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What’s it like to be mortgage free? Homeowners on what paying off mortgage meant for them

MORTGAGES can be what opens the door to becoming a homeowner. Having made a property purchase, many will look to repay their mortgage sooner rather than later. What’s it like to be mortgage free? Some homeowners More...

By admin On Sunday, November 17th, 2019
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State pension age? You could get £140 off electricity bill this winter – who qualifies?

STATE PENSION claimants may be able to get a discount on their electricity bill during winter 2019 to 2020, thanks to the Warm Home Discount Scheme. Who qualifies for this money off? Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...

By admin On Sunday, November 17th, 2019
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Inheritance Tax warning: Why your life insurance payout could end up being subject to IHT

INHERITANCE TAX bills can tot up if it is required to be paid on the estate of a deceased person. A life insurance may be subject to Inheritance Tax, however there is a situation where it isn’t included in the More...

By admin On Sunday, November 17th, 2019
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Stamp Duty reform ‘could save buyers £4,300’ – and see no SDLT to pay for 90% of purchases

STAMP DUTY LAND TAX reform could save the average owner-occupier £4,300 each, and the changes would cut the average Stamp Duty paid by movers by 63 percent, with nine out of ten home purchases seeing no duty being More...