You may this weekend have attended one of hundreds of events around the country to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Willliam Shakespeare’s death in 1616.
With most of the UK bathed in sunshine today, it feels as though spring has definitely arrived.
‘Ambition’ is a term that covers pretty much every arena of human activity that exists. And Ambition, a recently published book by Rachel Bridge, wants you to succeed.
Switching. It’s a simple enough concept, yet many of us don’t do it – whether through fear, laziness, or simply because we don’t realise we can.
The Prime Minister has unexpectedly released a summary of his earnings and the tax he’s paid.
The Prime Minister is under scrutiny this week for his investment in an offshore fund, Blairmore.
If you’re a first-time buyer, you will need to clean up your credit score.
Some 250,000 prospective first-time buyers, myself included, had taken out a Help to Buy Isa at the time of writing this column.
That’s one every 30 seconds since Help to Buy Isas launched in December 2015.
In the run up to the budget, speculation was mounting that pensions would switch to either a flat-rate system, where all people got the same amount of tax relief on their pensions contributions, or a pensions Isa system, where there was no tax relief on money when it was saved, but money could be taken out tax free in retirement.
Gary Adams listens to distinguished British economist John Kay criticise the out-of-control financial sector.
I recently had the pleasure of stepping through the polished halls of Westminster to attend a speech by John Kay, a professor of economics and author of ten books.
Banks have long been trying to improve their image, but after watching the The Big Short – the latest blockbuster to document the 2007/2008 financial crash – any trust I had in them seems to have dissipated.