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The U.S. personal savings rate fell to 4.1% in November from 4.2% in August and 5.3% in May. Beyond the monthly data, personal savings have garnered substantial interest from global investors. Many are concerned that once savings run out, U.S. consumers will wilt, and so will the U.S. economy. However, investors' misconceptions about personal savings may cause them to overstate consumer health concerns.
With the rising cost of living in the UK, many consumers are keeping regular tabs on their spending and looking for ways to cut costs when taking care of and maintaining their homes.
Being self-employed shouldn’t automatically mean securing a mortgage will be a challenge. With over 4.2 million British workers now classified as self-employed1 – and expectations the sector will only continue to grow - it is more important than ever before to know just what extra considerations are needed to secure a mortgage.
This year Tax Freedom Day falls on Thursday 8th June. This is the day of the year by which, theoretically, the average UK taxpayer will have earned enough to pay all of their taxes for that year. This includes tax on all income, as well as the purchase of all goods and services.
Brits have more stolen payment card details listed for sale than any other country in Europe, according to new research of dark web data by cybersecurity company NordVPN.
Amid the high levels of current inflation and the economic backdrop, it is understandable that many executors will decide to administer a deceased’s estate themselves and dispense with the cost of instructing a solicitor. We have compiled a list of 6 key reasons why it pays to pay for Probate.
Latest data from Aviva (January 2023) has again found the gender pension gap begins to widen significantly from the age of thirty-five, and there are still significant gaps between how much women pay into their pension compared to men.
United Kingdom, 2023 – Wealth & Finance magazine announces the winners of the Global Tax Awards 2022.
Chastising younger generations isn’t exactly a new tactic for attracting eyeballs employed by certain sections of the UK and US media. Moral panics against the youth are almost as old as the press itself. However, there is an extra level of cynicism now when older columnists and media figures swing at Gen Z.