BT.comUK property shortage: what can we learn from other countries' solutions?BT.comThe property crisis isn't exclusively a UK phenomenon, but other countries are dealing with it in different ways. We take a look ... “I'm not a fan of rationing homes; if someone has enough money to persuade someone else to sell, then why not”. And ...
Almost half of British adults rely on credit, new survey findsThe Investment ObserverThe most common cost for the 1,035 UK adults surveyed found that the most common unexpected cost was car repairs, causing many to rely on a credit card to finance the unbudgeted cost. “It's quite surprising to see how many Britons are having to rely on ...
Daily MailAre Bank of England's £78billion loans fuelling consumer debt bubble? Fears decision to lend money could lead to ...Daily MailUK banks have now borrowed £78bn from a special low-rate fund set up by the central bank to help keep spending levels up after Brexit. In turn over the past year the high street has lent rapidly - with car loans, credit card balances and personal loans ...and more »
Daily MailTop financial expert Mrs Moneypenny reveals how to get more money — in just an HOUR a weekDaily MailWomen need more financial knowledge than men. We live longer and therefore need to provide for ourselves for longer, while, statistically, we earn less money than men over an average lifetime. We learn from recent surveys that women spend much less ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukMeet Martina King: the human face of the rise of the machinesTelegraph.co.ukKing gives the example of a business person who travels regularly overseas. A transaction at Heathrow would likely be followed by credit card use abroad. Without thinking ahead, some old banking systems simply block the card when they detect foreign use.