Is a £250 Purchase Better Bought with Credit or Savings?

But when is it sensible to use a card and when to save? MoneySuperMarket data shows that the usage of credit cards seems to be growing, and have recently conducted a study to identify how much you’ll actually pay on average based on the size of the payments you’re making, the average monthly repayment possible, […]

Here’s Why Financial Literacy Should Be Taught in Schools

Money makes the world go round, and it’s at the centre of our day-to-day lives for a variety of reasons. A 2018 study found that three quarters of Britons were worried about their finances, and further research concluded that over half of UK adults are concerned that their mental health is suffering in relation to […]

Is Trump on the Wrong Side of History When It Comes to Bitco

Nigel Green, the Founder and CEO of deVere Group, is speaking out after Donald Trump took to Twitter to say: “I am not a fan of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, which are not money, and whose value is highly volatile and based on thin air. “If Facebook and other companies want to become a bank, […]

What Do Millennials Really Want from Lenders?

Here Sarah Jackson, Director at Equiniti Credit Services, reveals some surprising stats about millennials’ attitudes to credit and explores with Finance Monthly what it all means for lenders targeting this demographic. According to Equiniti Credit Service’s latest UK research report ‘A three part harmony: how regulation, data and CX are evolving consumer attitudes to credit’, […]

Get Tax Right the First Time

If you run operations across multiple jurisdictions you may need to invest in the support of an experienced tech companies that can help you connect the dots. Steven Smith, Europe Proposition Lead, Corporates, at Thomson Reuters, looks at the challenges that businesses face in being tax compliant across indirect tax, corporate tax returns and year-end […]

How to Live a Millennial Lifestyle and Grow Your Pension

Identifying this comprehension gap, urging Millennials understand the gravity of today’s decisions on tomorrow’s financial future, pensions experts, Profile Pensions, have researched average millennials spend and compared it to the government provided State Pension, revealing a concerning £1000 per month difference between the two monthly incomes. Spending an average of £1770 a month, including living […]

What Are the Top Ways to Save on Everyday Spending?

Of course, there are the traditional ways of saving such as budgeting and setting aside a certain amount of funds each month. But, without overly restricting your leisure activities, what everyday changes can you make to spend less? 1. Spend less on your energy bill Make small everyday changes to lower the cost of your […]

London: Rebecca Strickson’s Future Rituals

The Other Art Fair launches its first summer-time edition in London, King’s Cross this July and, as well as exhibiting 100 emerging and independent artists at the fair, there is lots to enjoy in the local area! Head to Coal Drop’s Yard, King’s Cross for shopping, cafes, bars and more emerging artistic talent including Rebecca […]

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