PIP payment rates: How much PIP could you be eligible for? | Personal Finance | Finance

How much PIP could you be eligible for? There are two parts which make up PIP, you could get one or both of these depending on how your condition impacts you. You could get between £23.60 and £151.40 a week if you’re aged 16 or over and have not reached State Pension age. The two parts of PIP are: Daily living part The weekly rate for the daily More...

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By Tony Korbe On Wednesday, October 21st, 2020
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10 ways to plan for the future and protect your finances | Personal Finance | Finance

Below are the some of the best ways to get on top of your finances (Image: APL MEDIA) In these uncertain times while we’re all adjusting to the new normal, feeling secure is more important than ever. One More...

By Tony Korbe On Tuesday, October 20th, 2020
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Money saving: Warning as one in 10 Britons hoarding cash at home – key risks | Personal Finance | Finance

Saving money is usually achieved through formal methods such as depositing cash into a savings account. However, a more informal way of putting away money for the future is to keep it locked away at home. Analysis More...

By Tony Korbe On Tuesday, October 20th, 2020
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NS&I savings rates are changing next month – including Income Bonds rate cut to 0.01% | Personal Finance | Finance

Interest rates on savings accounts have been slipping in recent times, with many savings providers announcing cuts following the Bank of England cutting – and subsequently holding – the Base Rate More...

By Tony Korbe On Monday, October 19th, 2020
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Martin Lewis issues urgent warning as Self-Employment Income Support Scheme deadline looms | Personal Finance | Finance

Martin Lewis today called for members of the public to see whether they, or people they know, could qualify for financial support following the coronavirus pandemic. His “clarion call” specifically More...

By Tony Korbe On Monday, October 19th, 2020
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FTSE 100 LIVE: EU markets to slump as coronavirus and Brexit talks weigh down sentiment | City & Business | Finance

London’s FTSE is seen opening 13 points lower at 5,912, Germany’s DAX up 10 points at 12,925. Meanwhile, France’s CAC 40 up 6 points at 4,946 and Italy’s FTSE MIB up 19 points at 19,332, according More...

By Tony Korbe On Sunday, October 18th, 2020
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Universal Credit Emergency Loan: Who can claim an emergency loan on Universal Credit? | Personal Finance | Finance

If a Universal Credit claimant fails to report a change in their circumstances, their payments could halt as a result – this is known as a sanction. A claimant who receives a sanction may be able to ask for More...

By Tony Korbe On Sunday, October 18th, 2020
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Mortgage: How Britons can secure an arrangement in retirement – key steps to consider | Personal Finance | Finance

Retirement plans often involve becoming mortgage free before leaving the workforce, but for many people paying this off is an endeavour which will take a longer amount of time. For others, purchasing a property More...

By Tony Korbe On Saturday, October 17th, 2020
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Lifetime ISA: Where can I get a LISA, what are the benefits? | Personal Finance | Finance

The Government website explains the penalty charge on Lifetime ISA withdrawals covers the Government bonus you received on your original savings at the current time due to coronavirus. The charge is currently More...

By Tony Korbe On Saturday, October 17th, 2020
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Looking for a pension nest egg? How a second home could boost your retirement income

RETIREMENT and pension income is vital to millions of people across the country as they plan for life after work. And for those looking to secure a nest egg ahead of time, the purchase of a second home could More...

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