Imagine for a second that you had won the lottery or, if you are not already, a high flier with a liking for fancy penthouses. What would you buy? A city pad with all the technological gadgetry and bells and whistles? A posh pad with a large cinema room and a jacuzzi to sip champagne from. Caviar, truffles…..oh the life. This week we bring you some of our favourite penthouses….
The new allowance will increase from £10,680 to £11,280 for the next tax year. The move comes after inflation rose to a shocking three year high of 5.2% in September.
A fifth of UK adults would cash in their partner for £1 million or even less, new research has found.
The leading body in charge of toy retail has revealed the highly anticipated Christmas ‘wish list’ for children. With some toys in the top ten retailing at almost £80, it could be worth saving now in preparation for some serious seasonal spending.
6 million people are to receive a tax refund in the region of £400-600 following an error made by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Personal finances are being stretched to the limit as families and individuals struggle to cope with the rising cost of living.
House prices are now officially twice as high in the south of England when compared to the north, according to new a study conducted by Rightmove who found that a typical house in the south now costs £336,743 when compared to £164,347 in the north.
Despite the economic gloom, Brits are full of Christmas cheer and are not holding back on seasonal spending.
In the words of Eliza Doolittle, a warm warm fire would certainly be “loverly” if the weather pundits are to be believed. According to reports, we need to batten down the hatches, dig out our winter woollies and pay the price for the mini heat-wave we enjoyed in October.
Although we all know that travel costs are rising, Halifax have released a report confirming that commuting to work from the suburbs is still cheaper than living and working in the city.