Most people thought that Brexit would have dominated the 2017 General Election (GE) agenda for the leading parties, but many other issues bubbled to the surface.
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.
In a challenging economic climate, where real wage growth has stagnated, interest rates sit at record lows, and inflation is on the rise, saving for retirement becomes all the more difficult.
It is now just over eight years since the financial firm Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy; still the largest in US history, and a moment which shook the world to its very core.