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Healthy Heart

Public Health England (PHE) is calling for adults across the country to take a free, online Heart Age Test, which will provide an immediate estimation of their ‘heart age’.

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New £50 Note

Following HM Treasury’s announcement last week, the Bank of England confirmed that it plans to issue a new £50 note. This will be the final note in the latest series, all of which will be printed on polymer….

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HMO Warning

With an extension of the rules bringing a wider range of houses in multiple occupation (HMO) into the mandatory licensing regime which came into effect on 1 October, landlords must now apply for a licence……

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High Cost of Renting

People in their 20s who want to rent a place for themselves face having to pay out an “unaffordable” amount in two-thirds of Britain, BBC research shows…….click to read more

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Time to Remo

According to UK Finance (the trade body representing high street banks) re-mortgaging continued to dominate in August as homeowners took advantage of….click to read full article

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Financial Resilience

Millions of UK adults do not feel financially resilient and would not be able to manage a financial shock or loss of income, according to a new report by Zurich UK. Developed with neuroscientist Dr. Jack…..click to read more

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Back to School

Providing their children with a good education is a priority for most parents and is often on the list of key considerations for families looking to decide where to live.
While there is most definitely a premium attached to some neighbourhoods surr……click to read

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Can you boost your rental yields?

  Research from Simple Land Lord Insurance has shown that landlords may be missing out on some of the highest rental yields in the property market. It has become clear that only 1 in 5 landlords are willing to rent to students, but should student housing be your next...

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Interest Rates Go Up….how does it affect you?

If you have a mortgage that is a 'Base Rate Tracker' your mortgage repayment will go up by approximately £25 per £100,000 of the mortgage interest owing. You will not pay more if you have a 'fixed rate' mortgage, although when the fixed rate is finished your repayment...

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