WITH this being Blue Monday (which I wrote about last week), and those Christmas credit card bills coming through, who would turn down the opportunity to get back a wad of cash from the taxman? Nobody, I hear you all reply.
ONE of the most fascinating pastimes in the first days of a new year is to stroll around the supermarket and eavesdrop on some end-of-festive-season conversations (like "no more alcohol ever again" or "please not another turkey curry").
WITH many of us now making resolutions to improve health and fitness in the New Year, now's the perfect time to give your finances the once over to ensure your financial future is in good shape in 2017.
THE year 2016 can definitely be described as interesting, and with figures showing inflation has risen in the last month and is set to rise again in 2017, how can you ensure you’re prepared for your financial future? So, 2016 has been quite a year.
With Royal Bank of Scotland in the news after two of the five groups of shareholders suing the bank rejected a settlement claim, how can you ensure you manage your risk in future? A lot has happened over the last eight years and in some cases, 2008 seems like a lifetime ago.