Monthly Archives: February 2017

Mortgage Affordability Better in Scotland

Mortgage affordability in quarter four (Q4) of 2016 for both first time buyers and home movers was lower in Scotland than the rest of the UK, according to new research by Bank of Scotland. Read Morehttps://www.raesidechisholm.co.uk/News/estate-agency/mortgage-affordability-better-scotland.html

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Cohabitees at Greater Financial Risk, Finds Research

New research by Aviva has found that around two million UK cohabitees (51%) believe Government policies to be weighted in favour of married couples, but many are still confused about the financial risks they are running. Read Morehttps://www.raesidechisholm.co.uk/News/family-law/cohabitees-greater-financial-risks.html

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High Growth Businesses Struggle to Access Finance

High growth businesses can be found right across the UK, but those outside London can find it more difficult to access finance, new research by think tank IPPR has found. Read Morehttps://www.raesidechisholm.co.uk/News/commercial/high-growth-businesses-struggle-to-access-finance.html

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Childcare vouchers during maternity leave

http://www.klglaw.co.uk/News/Childcare-vouchers.html

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Protecting Pregnant Workers from Redundancy

The Government has announced its intention to hold a consultation exercise on options to ensure new and expectant mothers in work have sufficient protections from redundancy.http://www.klglaw.co.uk/News/Protecting-pregnant-workers-redundancy.html

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