You often hear the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) mentioned within the realm of UK personal finance.
Much was made of the announcement last week that a state pension age increase to 68 would be phased in between 2037 and 2039 – seven years earlier than planned.
Climate change has hit the headlines recently, although not necessarily for the right reasons, as Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the Paris Agreement in June.
With the school holidays nearly upon us, it’s that time of the year when many can look forward to hopping on a plane, heading abroad to sunny, glorious pastures to recharge the batteries, and enjoying some much-deserved R & R.
The coalition government may not have appeased everyone, but one measure that was introduced under its stewardship which few could argue with was the Current Account Switch Service.
The growth of the British economy has defied expectations over the past year, and the motor vehicle industry epitomises this level of performance more than most.
There is much talk of an ageing UK population, and, with the economy facing challenges and a Government grappling with rising national debt, it’s fair to say that ample support from the State is not something that can be taken for granted in the long-term.