As 2018 draws to a close, with our bellies full of Christmas turkey, it's only natural to look back on the past 12 months and reflect. No doubt, it's been a turbulent one economically and politically, and not everyone has had it all their own way.
A recent study by Which? (published by Moneywise) has shone a spotlight on the practices of banks and other high-street financial institutions regarding the way savers and borrowers are treated.
With each passing day, savers are filled with hope that substantial and sustained increases to Bank of England (BoE) rates are on the cards.
This past week, Lending Works cemented its place as one of the UK’s biggest peer-to-peer lending platforms, surpassing the £100 million mark in terms of pounds lent.
Lending Works’ love affair with the Moneywise Customer Service Awards continued on Thursday evening, as we once again saw off some strong competition to scoop the ‘Best Peer-to-Peer Platform for Savers’ award for 2017
There are a number of discrepancies between the two sexes within personal finance in the UK, but one which has been identified as particularly disconcerting of late is the gender gap with respect to investing.
With hostilities surrounding the Brexit negotiations commencing in earnest this week, Europe and the United Kingdom, at least politically, seem to be worlds apart.