Lifetime ISA warning: You need to be aware of this date in 2020 | Personal Finance | Finance

The four ISAs include cash, stocks and shares, innovative finance and lifetime ISAs. However, lifetime ISAs are unique as the government will provide a tax free bonus on top of the savings pot. Lifetime ISAs are designed to be used for purchasing a first home or funding retirement. Up to £4,000 a year can be put into a Lifetime ISA up to age 50. More...

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Income Benefits: Eligible claimants could receive a budgeting loan | Personal Finance | Finance

Budgeting loans can be provided by the government so long as the claimant meets certain criteria. To receive a budgeting loan, the claimant must have been getting at least one of the following benefits for the More...

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Tesco shoppers can get 10 Cadbury Creme Eggs for £2 in latest weekly deals | Personal Finance | Finance

Easter Sunday may still be a matter of months away, however chocolate treats for the festivity hit the shelves weeks ago. And, be it to enjoy a chocolate treat sooner rather than later, or to stock up for Easter More...

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Universal Credit: Eligible claimants could receive thousands in free childcare | Personal Finance | Finance

If a parent is claiming Universal Credit, they may be able to claim up to 85 percent of their childcare costs. This could be a maximum of £646 per month for one child, or up to £1,108 per month for two children More...

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Personal Independence Payments: Freeze ending – claimants could see higher incomes | Personal Finance | Finance

PIP’s are exclusively aimed for those who suffer from a severe health condition or disability. As such, the eligibility for the payments is focused around how those disabilities affect day to day life. The More...

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Mortgage UK: Couple reveal savings tips after saving £26,000 in three years | Personal Finance | Finance

Alice and Liam, who works as a telecoms engineer, saved the cash without an ISA or saving scheme, and required savings of around £360 each a month over the three years. With the money in the bank for the deposit, More...

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State pension age? How you could get extra amount from April 2020 after rise | Personal Finance | Finance

This means that working-age benefits will rise by 1.7 percent in line with inflation, having stayed at the same level since April 2015. This includes legacy benefits including Jobseeker’s Allowance, Employment More...

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Energy Company Obligation: Details for the scheme that provides free insulations | Personal Finance | Finance

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) is a government energy efficiency scheme that aims to tackle fuel poverty and reduce carbon emissions. The scheme was originally launched in April 2013 and has been amended More...

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Vanguard: Is their new low cost SIPP the cheapest pension on the market? | Personal Finance | Finance

SIPPs are popular among workers who wish to save for retirement. According to the Pensions Advisory Service, SIPPs offer much wider investment options than are generally available for personal and group personal More...

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State pension age change: Three options 1950s women have left while waiting to claim | Personal Finance | Finance

The state pension age for men and women is currently 65 but will increase to 66 by October 2020. The pension age will then rise to 67 between 2026 and 2028. Age UK’s policy expert Sally West explained the More...