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You’ve just retired and suddenly have a pension pot to splash out on. Well, before you pack your bags and head off for a year-long cruise around the world, have you thought about ways to supplement your pension to make it go further?
Buying a property at auction has many benefits, particularly as it can be a simpler option than going through the usual route of lengthy and uncertain buying procedures. However, there is risk of losing out at an auction, especially if you are not fully prepared beforehand. Here, we give a full breakdown for first-time property bidders on how to prepare for an auction and how to snap up your desired property without a hitch.
If you’re looking to help your child onto the property ladder, you’re not alone. The Bank of Mum and Dad has been ranked as a key rival to the ninth biggest mortgage lender in the UK, with a collective £6.5 billion floated on the property market in 2017 to help loved ones attain that first home dream.
Saturday 18 August has been reported as the most common day in 2018 to tie the knot in the UK. However, since the early 1970s, the number of people actually getting married has steadily decreased, dropping a further 3.4% last year. There have been many theories about why marriage rates are falling, but regardless the fact remains that fewer people are formalising their relationship.
Employers are already quite mindful of their responsibilities under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE) 2006 and employees also seem to be growing increasingly aware of it.
For those who have not heard of it, TUPE 2006 comprises the domestic regulations that give effect to the European Union (EU) law preserving the employment rights of employees in the event of a business being sold (other than by a sale of shares) or of services either being “outsourced” or brought back “in-house”.