Savings and Investment for Retirement Income

One of the major financial responsibilities faced by aging UK residents is providing for the cost of living beyond working years. Through pension and other retirement holdings, prudent planners set aside resources to be used later in life. For many nearing the end of their workdays, however, reserves are not adding-up quickly enough, leaving them ill-prepared to finance their golden years.

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Three Reasons to Extend Your Home

With housebuilding in the UK at its lowest level since the 1920s and house prices continuing to rise, many homeowners are looking at ways to improve and modify their own properties rather than move. This can sometimes work out as a cheaper and more manageable option for many families. However, it does mean that any money usually raised from selling your home to make improvements on a new one isn’t available.

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Tips for first time buyers in the UK

Purchasing a property for the first time can be a stressful and emotional experience. But, by considering these tips for first time buyers in the UK, you can ensure that the experience is as positive as possible. Continue reading “Tips for first time buyers in the UK”