Equity release allows you to use some of the money tied up in the value of your home to get a tax-free lump sum. This money can then be spent on anything you choose, and many across the UK use it to renovate, to put towards retirement or even to leave to their families. However, […]
When looking to get a mortgage – whether your first, your second, or more – there’s always a level of anxiety around whether or not your applications will be accepted. The process of applying for mortgages can be overwhelming and waiting for answers can be even more so. Did you know that, according to the […]
Buying a home is often the single biggest purchase we will make in our lifetimes, but for most of us it’s not as simple as buying something from a shop. The process of home-owning, buying and selling can be incredibly daunting, especially for those just starting out on the property ladder. That’s why we’ve put […]
The world of personal finance can be a difficult one to navigate, especially because many of us weren’t taught how to look after our money effectively from a young age. But now, with so many resources available both on and offline, there’s never been a better time to teach ourselves the basics. Today is World […]
It has been a highly eventful start to the year in the world of investing. From GameStop to Bitcoin, investing has been in the news consistently for the past few weeks. But with many investments beginning to take a turn for the worse, what’s currently driving the markets?
Investing your money has never been easier or more accessible than it is today. With countless tools and information available online for new investors, there are many different options available to help increase our wealth. However, with these helping tools and platforms comes choice: which investing platform is best, or easiest to use? Which one […]
The most recent public sector finance data has shown that government borrowing continued to soar in October in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Office for National Statistics has said UK borrowing rose to £22 billion during this period, which marks the highest October figure – and sixth largest borrowing figure in any month – […]
Saving for a deposit on a house is no mean feat. With many mortgages currently only lending with 15% deposits or more, this can be a huge sum. For a massive goal like this, investing might seem like an ideal way to grow more money, and quickly. But how do you go about it, and […]
Recently, one of our expert advisors here at Greenfields discussed with a client about the likelihood of them being interested in responsible investment solutions. This client responded with a “no”, and when the topic was discussed further, said this: “Ultimately, my need to make money is more of a priority than a responsible solution.”
Coronavirus infection rates remain at a rising level, something the UK government is unwilling to tolerate. With the implementation of the three-tier lockdown system, and the intermittent closing of bars and restaurants, the opinions of the UK population seem to rest in two opposing camps:
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