YOLO – or you only live once, much like the Latin carpe diem – is a call to live life to the full.
Saga, the over-50s travel and insurance company, is to team up with Goldman Sachs’ UK consumer bank to launch new savings products and services.
Consumer organisation Which? has called for new mothers to receive a £2,000 pension boost so they are not disadvantaged when they reach retirement.
Savers are losing out on an extra £7 billion of interest by failing to switch to challenger banks as the high street lending giants retain their stranglehold on the market, according to research.
Plans to make it easier for UK mortgage borrowers to shop around have been proposed by the City regulator after it found nearly a third of people are unable to find the cheapest deal.
I developed the “four pots” technique with the aim of teaching children about the value of money and the difference between short and long term savings, and to keep in perspective that money should be earned.
Potential savings outlined in draft Highland Council papers suggest axing up to 300 education jobs – including 40 teachers and 30 additional needs staff – in a bid to plug a £25.8million budget gap.
Scottish Conservatives are set for crisis talks with a Treasury minister over plans by taxpayer-owned RBS to axe dozens of bank branches.
Moray Council has now begun a massive consultation with residents across the region to ask them their views on the cuts.
There are good reasons why inflation is sometimes known as the “silent thief”.
New study findings show nearly one in five (21%) Scots have no savings to fall back on, while a third (33%) admit to not saving enough for the long term.
Highland Council's leader-in-waiting has warned that the "acute" state of the authority's finances means the region's schools could have less protection from budget savings in the coming months.
It is often said that change is the only constant in life. While some events in life can be planned for, other events can happen out of the blue. All the more reason to consider a personal financial plan, which will provide peace of mind that whatever is around the corner, you have adequate resources set aside to manage.
Scots have more disposable income than people in any other part of the UK outside of London, according to a study.
Borrowing £2.5million from the Scottish Government to make ends meet this year means NHS Highland has to find savings of £22.4million in the next year, it has been revealed.
Older people in the UK are starting to feel the benefits of the improving economy, with around £150 a month more in their pockets than they had a year ago, a report has found.