Chances are, not many young adults – or their parents for that matter – expected they would still be living in the family home well into their 20s and 30s, but it’s a reality for many people these days.
It is no longer only the Queen who leaves home without cash amid a revolution on the high streets as shoppers ditch notes and coins for plastic.
With households looking to stretch their cash further, it seems the determination to get the best value for money possible is driving more of us to be a little bit bolder when it comes to haggling.
So, love has blossomed and you think you’ve found the perfect partner – but are you financially compatible?
Imagine how it would feel if you couldn’t access your money or get a job without someone else’s permission – or if another person was racking up debts in your name.
With the spring house-selling season around the corner, many homeowners eyeing a move may already be sprucing up their properties to get them ready for market.
IF the thought of going back to work tomorrow morning fills you with dread, it could be a sign that it’s time for a change.
CREDIT scores can be confusing. But it’s worth getting to know them better, as they could make all the difference when you apply for deals such as mortgages, car loans, and even mobile phone contracts.
THIS year is expected to be a particularly uncertain one for the housing market, which may be making first-time buyers feel somewhat nervous.
VICTIMS of investment scams reported losing more than £197 million in total in 2018, figures from Action Fraud show.
AS with any year, 2019 is bound to bring some unexpected surprises. But, looking ahead, there are some money moments you may be able to prepare for – even if some are more certain than others.