As the old saying goes, hope for the best, prepare for the worst. This seems as good a description as any for the Bank of England’s approach to managing interest rates and the prospect of their going up. While savers may be delighted at the idea of earning a better return on their deposits, rate […]Read More
Arguably the most significant difference between childhood and adulthood is that as adults, the default assumption in most cases is that we have the ability and the authority to take our own decisions about how we want to live our lives. We also have responsibility for dealing with the consequences of them. There are times, […]Read More
We have pleasure in attaching our summary of the key announcements in the Chancellor’s 2017 Autumn Budget statement. We hope you find it useful and interesting. Click here to download the 2017 Autumn Budget statement > If you have any questions please contact your local Charles Derby Mortgage Bureau Adviser today on 0800 849 1279 […]Read More
Death itself is fairly straightforward for the deceased, it can, however, be both complicated and distressing for those left behind, even when the death involves an elderly person dying quietly in their sleep. The life of those left behind can be made much simpler by some judicious planning. Here are 7 points to consider. Minimise […]Read More
A quick internet search on the term “DIY” will bring up countless results ranging from making your own gifts, to customising shop-bought products, to traditional home-improvement jobs. These last are often the source of comedy gold (think of the programme Home Improvement), but they can have serious consequences if they go wrong. Here are five […]Read More
The days of 100% mortgages are unlikely to return any time soon. Quite the opposite, in the current climate, it’s a case of “the bigger the better”, where deposits are concerned. While it may be the purchaser who hands over the deposit, many first-time buyers are turning to the bank of mum and dad for […]Read More
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