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Protection market review August 2018

14 August 2018
Protection market update for August 2018

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Mortgage market review August 2018

14 August 2018
Mortgage market update for August 2018

My PFS Technical news 07/08/18

07 August 2018
Personal Finance Society news update from 20th July to 2nd August 2018.

My PFS - Technical news - 24/07/18

24 July 2018
Personal Finance Society news update from 6th to 19th July 2018.

Mortgage market review July 2018

17 July 2018
Mortgage market update for July 2018    

Protection market review - July 2018 »
Protection market update for July 2018 including news, updates on regulation and legislation and product development.
Pensions Advice Taskforce »
The Personal Finance Society is in the process of establishing a representative industry forum to be known as the Pensions Advice Taskforce.
An introduction to the Public Trust Index »
The CII has conducted a major research project to find a meaningful way of measuring trust in the insurance profession, and create a tool that will allow it to take practical steps towards building trust.
My PFS Technical news - 26/06/18 »
Personal Finance Society news update from 7th to 21st June 2018.
The quiet whisper of change »
So, the changes to Support for Mortgage Interest which George Osborne very quietly laid out in the summer budget of 2015 are coming to pass.  In April 2017 the waiting period for this benefit to kick in was extended from 13 weeks to 39.  The bigger change however is that from April 2018, this benefit became a loan.  There won’t be a credit check or any affordability testing but claimants will have to apply for the loan and compound interest will be charged.  
Keeping client’s attention »
Do you remember the board game of Buckaroo?
How the predicted increase in base rate will affect the mortgage market »
Numerous commentators are predicting that we are about to enter a formal rate-rise cycle, so the days of cheaper borrowing may well be numbered for the foreseeable future.
Mortgage market review - June 2018 »
Mortgage market update for June 2018
Protection market review - June 2018 »
Protection market update for June 2018
My PFS Technical news - 12/06/18 »
Personal Finance Society news update from 24th May to 6th June 2018.
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