Thu, 25 Aug, 2016
Our news stories are also available via
Click here for further information.
Mailing List
Alert me to site
updates spacer
avoid tax, offshore tax, inheritance tax, property tax uk

Search QCK.COM

Rics: Property market is healthy - Thu, 31 Aug, 2006
House price rises will continue to grow faster than earnings, but the UK property market is in "excellent health", according to an economist at the ... [more]

Inheritance Tax Debate Heats Up - Wed, 30 Aug, 2006
According to Halifax, the savings and mortgage company, the number of homes worth in excess of £275,000, the inheritance tax threshold, has risen by ... [more]

Consumers 'taking heed' of savings message - Wed, 30 Aug, 2006
Britons are heeding financial advice and starting to boost their savings, according to new research by Birmingham Midshires.... [more]

Sainsbury's Bank makes security investment - Wed, 30 Aug, 2006
Sainsbury's Bank is making investments in CCTV security to help consumers feel safer when withdrawing from money from its ATMs.... [more]

BBA 'expected' lower mortgage approval figures - Wed, 30 Aug, 2006
The lower number of mortgage approvals recorded in July was expected, according to David Dooks, the British Bankers' Association (BBA) director of st... [more]

New 'simple' car insurance cover - Wed, 30 Aug, 2006
Car finance customers could benefit from a new online car insurance cover plan, according to Norwich Union, the insurance firm backing the scheme.... [more]

NAEA: Hips can't fix home buying process - Tue, 29 Aug, 2006
Home information packs (Hips) are unlikely to "prevent house sales falling through", according to Peter Bolton King, chief executive of the National... [more]

Tories hint at stamp duty moves - Tue, 29 Aug, 2006
The Conservative Party could be planning to cut out stamp duty on share trading, making more money available for pensions, it has emerged.... [more]

Scottish Widows: More women saving in secret - Tue, 29 Aug, 2006
More women are becoming secret savers, with those from the midlands most likely to hide their savings from their partners, new research reveals.... [more]

Save energy to save money, says Halifax - Tue, 29 Aug, 2006
Consumers who make energy and fuel saving improvements could save themselves "hundreds of pounds a year", according to Jon Sykes, head of mainstream... [more]

Rics: A first-time buyer will need £29,000 - Fri, 25 Aug, 2006
The average first-time buying couple must save the equivalent of around 74 per cent of their yearly wage to get onto the housing ladder, new research ... [more]

Ofgem head suggests reduction in gas bill prices - Fri, 25 Aug, 2006
Gas supplies could be less tight during the forthcoming winter, suggesting a dip in energy bill prices, according to Sir John Mogg, head of regulator ... [more]

Consumers warned of pension inflation risk - Fri, 25 Aug, 2006
Inflation is a risk to retirement income, according to the latest research by pension firm Prudential.... [more]

Advice to be offered on inheritance tax - Fri, 25 Aug, 2006
Up-to-date news and advice on how to plan for inheritance tax will be presented to advisers at a number of roadshows across the country.... [more]

UK can't rely on inheritance money, says Fidelity - Thu, 24 Aug, 2006
People in the UK should not be relying on inheritance money to fund their retirement, according to investment company Fidelity International.... [more]

CreditExpert: Consumers must check credit report - Thu, 24 Aug, 2006
Consumers should be checking their credit report on a regular basis, according to CreditExpert.... [more]

Money going unclaimed, says NS& I - Thu, 24 Aug, 2006
Consumers who have recently been involved in the home buying process could be missing out on money that is rightfully theirs, it has emerged.... [more]

New report on finance education welcomed - Thu, 24 Aug, 2006
A new reporting which suggests adults have problems managing their money and that children should be taught financial education in schools, has been w... [more]

New Star suggests how consumers can invest - Wed, 23 Aug, 2006
Three 'ideal portfolios' for investments have been created during new research by investment management company New Star.... [more]

More money going towards car finance, says Halifax - Wed, 23 Aug, 2006
Over the last ten years, the amount of money families put towards car finance has increased by 50 per cent, new research reveals.... [more]

Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next