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Should you save or repay your debt?

20 September, 20133 Comments
To anyone with a passing interest in economics, the above question might seem like a daft one. Following the financial crisis, the Bank of England base rate nosedived by 4.5% in less than a year, and has been at an all-time low of 0.5% since the first quarter of 2009. Low interest rates punish savers,
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Top Tips for Minimising Void Periods

24 July, 20130 Comments
Void periods can be a landlord’s worst nightmare, most landlords rely on the income a property generates to pay its mortgage and whilst the property is empty as the owner you will also be liable for council tax and any bills that the property incurs. At present the average void period in the UK is
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New Stimulus Packages Announced.

15 June, 20121 Comments
In his annual Mansion House policy speech yesterday Mervyn King, Governor of The Bank of England, announced that more than £100 billion pounds will be injected into the UK’s struggling economy, in response to the worsening economic outlook. Working alongside the government, The Bank Of England will provide billions of pounds of cheap long-term funding to
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