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Policy in Practice (www.policyinpractice.co.uk) the UK's leading social policy software and consultancy business, has announced the launch of a Universal Benefit Toolkit. Aimed at housing associations and local authorities,

Dunstan Thomas, the retirement market solutions provider, announced today it has completed implementation of its flagship Imago Front Office software across both AEGON’s IFA-focused retirement wrap platform called AEGON Retirement Choices

" In the buy-to-let sector we have seen significant increase in demand for a quality, fixed-price conveyancing product. "

Broker Conveyancing has launched a new range

"In the case of later life lending, mortgage providers have a responsibility to offer access to the right products"

Secure Trust Bank Mortgages has partnered with

Saturday, 21 April 2018 02:18

2018: Year of the first-time mover?

Written by
Sebastian Murphy Rory Murphy JLM
"For all the focus on first-timers, we now need to seriously consider those above them"

New data from Savills for the BBC

Saturday, 21 April 2018 02:18

Scottish house price growth soars to 7.3%

Written by
"Scotland continues to enjoy unexpectedly strong housing growth – with prices rising at their fastest rate in a decade. "

Annual price growth in Scotland

Saturday, 21 April 2018 02:18

IRESS sees record protection sales in Q1

Written by
"Much of this is continuing to be driven by the new trends such as innovative new entrants and breakthrough initiatives that first emerged last year"

IRESS

""Gradual” does not imply that the MPC can only raise rates at a very low frequency, such as once per year. Nor does “gradual” mean that
"Relatively modest increases in contributions, combined with pay rises, especially for the low-paid, are unlikely to fatally undermine the success of automatic enrolment."

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