People turn to internet search engines for advice rather than their family, new research reveals.
An urgent review of life insurance policies is being called for after the figures from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) revealed bereaved families are being hit with unnecessary Inheritance Tax (IHT) bills totalling up to £216 million.
Britain’s children are more likely to be spending their pocket money on the latest technology, than comics and sweets, as eight to 15 year olds admit to spending almost all their cash on downloads and computer games, according to the latest findings from Halifax.
One in eight pupils (13 per cent) is not getting enough to eat in the school holidays. This is according to teachers who are worried by changes in pupils, such as weight loss, when they return to school in the new term.
If you’ve been putting off writing your will, it’s time to consider seriously doing so. For many people, misconceptions hold them back.
With the back to school deadline looming, it’s not just the kids who are caving in to peer pressure, as almost half (47 per cent) of parents admit they feel the need to buy their children new items to keep up with other parents.
The Bank of Mum and Dad is fast becoming the Bank of Nan and Grandad – after a poll revealed that Britain’s over 50s plan to give their grandchildren £16.7 billion for their university costs.
UK couples are spending more than £44,000 on average when they divorce or separate, totalling £5.7 billion per year across the nation. A new study from life insurer Aviva reveals the hidden cost of divorce as £21,979 per person or £43,958 per couple.
New research from Gocompare.com reveals the top names for cats and dogs over the past three years and how they compare to UK baby names.
The University of Leicester is the most affordable destination in Britain for both first and second-year students, according to research from HSBC.
There has been a worrying uplift in students overall estimated debt – rising almost 14% to £19,217 compared to last year’s estimate of £16,909, according to the fourth annual Lloyds Bank Student Finance Report.
There are often charity campaigns that grab the headlines, such as the Movember campaign which raises awareness for men’s health and the no-make-up selfie campaign for breast cancer.
Families working full time at the national minimum wage are 18 per cent short of the basic amount needed to provide themselves a minimum standard of living, according to research carried out by Loughborough University.
Millions of children have learnt to read with Biff, Chip and Kipper, Oxford University Press’ much loved series of early learning books.
Who will look after your Mum and Dad when they need full-time care? Research has found that many of us would shy away from bringing up the topic, and wouldn’t look after our parents if faced with the decision.
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