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Did You Hit The Financial Crunch At 35?

If you are aged around 35 years old, the chances are you have hit a financial wall as you juggle with a mortgage, bringing...

Government Targets Rip-Off Fees Charged By Property Agents

Letting and property management agents are under fire from the government for rip-off fees and unfair dealings with landlords and tenants. Communities Secretary Sajid Javid...

Landlords to shell out £500m in another raid on taxes

The British government is launching another £500 million tax raid on property investors with a major reform of capital gains tax rules. The tax -...

Brexit: Pound and UK assets will flatline as MPs reject all...

The pound will flatline on the outcome of latest parliamentary Brexit vote, affirms the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory...

Developers Beat HMRC In £7,500 Stamp Duty Case

The tax man has lost a legal challenge against paying enhanced stamp duty rates on the purchase of a derelict bungalow scheduled for demolition. HM...

May Tells Off MPS And Demands Brexit Bickering Stops

Prime Minister Theresa May has turned on MPs and blamed them for the upcoming Brexit delay in a bid to gain public support to...

Interest Rates Put On Hold In Brexit Chaos

The Bank of England has decided to keep interest rates at 0.75% for another month - which is not really surprising amid the chaos...

MPs Vote To Put The Brakes On Brexit

Britain’s lawmakers have voted for a Brexit delay of at least three months after failing to agree the terms on which the country should...

Property News Update: March 13, 2019

Keeping up with the latest news for landlords is tricky for expats, so here’s this week’s pick of important tax updates, legal changes and...

Spring Statement 2019: Key Points

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has delivered his Spring Statement 2019 - his annual report on the financial health of the country. The statement...

Expat Rights In Europe Explained As Brexit Looms

Brexit is just a month a way and British expats in Europe are looking for some certainty over their rights and futures. At 11pm on...

UK Manufacturing Sector Enters Recession Territory

Uncertainties in the time leading up to Brexit is slowing down the growth of the British economy. According to official data from the Office...

Licking The UK Stamp Duty Muddle For Expats

It’s easy to get in a muddle as an expat or foreign buyer seeking to take advantage of some great buy-to-let investment deals in...

Roaming Streaming TV Switches On Across Europe

Expats can expect some tense discussions with their UK TV, movie and music providers as new rules mean they must have access to the...

It Really Is Better For Your Health In The South

You are likely to live longer and in better health if you live in London and the South-East, according to a new report. The research...

Markets Steady Despite German Factory Data Shock

Stocks and shares are holding steady across Europe despite weak economic data from Germany. The manufacturing data did nothing to quell fears that the brakes...

EU Boss Wishes A Special Place In Hell For Brexiteers

Unguarded remarks from European Council President Donald Tusk reveal he wants politicians who promoted Brexit without a plan of how to carry it out...

Unlocking Pension Billions To Boost Retirement Cash

Pensions Minister Guy Opperman wants to unlock billions of pounds locked in workplace pension funds to fund start-ups and infrastructure projects. He wants to boost...

Build To Rent Is The Future Of Buy To Let

The future of buy to let is in the hand of build to rent companies ready to spend billions on rental homes to cash...

Brexit Clock Is Ticking On A Deal Or No Deal

The clock is ticking down to Brexit with only 58 days to go until Britain leaves the European Union with or without a deal. After...