Brexit doubts won’t dampen Brits’ festive spirit with Christmas spending set to rise

Brits will brush aside the Brexit blues this Christmas to spend almost £19 billion collectively on gifts and festivities, according to new research.

A survey of more than 2,000 UK adults at the start of October estimated that we’ll each spend £415 on average in the run-up to Chr…

Fifth of adults counting on inheritance but one in six parents rely on children for financial support

Many parents and their grown children are descending into struggles over inheritance, new research suggests.

One in five UK adults are relying on inheritance from their parents, but in an awkward twist, one in six 55-65 year olds are counting on financial support from their kids after they retire…

Total Individual Voluntary Arrangements increased for fifth consecutive quarter shows new Q3 Insolvency Service Statistics

The latest Insolvency Statistics – July to September 2016 (Q3 2016) published by the Insolvency Service today show Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVAs) increased for the fifth consecutive quarter. If growth continues at the same pace 2016 could see the highest…

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