Today marks a truly momentous day in Britain’s history. The public vote in favour of leaving the EU has come as a fair shock to many people and has already sent some unwelcome ripples of fear and trepidation through our financial markets.
To help you achieve best value for money, Private Finance would like to introduce you to international payments specialist HiFX to ensure you receive a competitive and hopefully, a bank beating exchange rate.
A vote either way will at least cast some degree of certainty over the many unanswered questions related to our economic position in Europe; which is something of a silver lining against all the recent fear and uncertainty driven by media warnings of prolonged market turbulence and a sudden house price crash.
Going through divorce is challenging enough without having to worry about the likely implications for your mortgage. There are a few things to keep in mind as well as some precautionary measures to take so that you do not end up adversely affecting your credit status or having your home repossessed.
Competitive pricing may mean that the extent of cover is not as vast as you would hope in times of need, of course the level of insurance will vary from person to person, but there are a few key points to double check to make sure you are correctly insured.
Tax bands at a glance - Post April 2016.
Stamp Duty Land Tax has changed such that, as of April 1st 2016, all additional properties costing over £40,000 and over, will be subject to a 3% duty surcharge.
We have compiled a selection of case studies, all produced by our own brokers to show the varying situations and complexities of our clients’ requirements that we have found solutions to.
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