In today’s Budget the chancellor has announced that fuel duty is up 2p, inline with inflation.
My school run has a two-phase soundtrack – Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix on the way to school and BBC Radio 4’s Today programme on the way back. Depending on the traffic I only get about 10 minutes of Today before I park the car and jump on the tube to get to the office.
Last week, the Conservatives exposed an 80-page government manual designed to instruct inspectors on how to grade properties for Council Tax. The Tories have warned that features such as patios and other aesthetic improvements might lead to the government placing residents in a higher band.
So this week Mortgage Strategy asks: Is it fair for the government to tax you on the appearance of your home?
GHL Group will be hosting several round tables and workshops this year in an attempt to educate brokers about secured loans.
The chancellor has set out plans to allow Stamp Duty exemptions to all zero carbon-emitting homes worth up to 500,000.Gordon Brown has also revealed that the government are in talks with other European nations to begin measures that would see the VAT on all green home improvement products to be eventually reduced from 17.5% to […]
It was great to see our industry picking up on the themes of product relevance in 2016 and making it easier to access protection cover. But the biggest change I saw in 2016 was a shift to talking more about the end customer and building the right propositions for them. Following the events of last […]
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