Devon’s answer to Comic-Con came to Plymouth today. And it was cool.
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Ever wondered if your great grandfather was a highwayman or if your grandma was a Russian princess? Family History expert, Clare Massey tells us how to get started.
With everyone back from the Summer Holidays we can reflect on the recent press speculation about the increasingly optimistic data regarding the housing market. Last week BBC Breakfast even did a two-part special focused on the increase in both house building and mortgage availability. House Prices Rising The RICS Residential Housing Market Survey reported recently that house prices and buyer numbers were rising and that ‘everywhere’ had experienced some improvement. (2) Whilst house price rises are clearly good for existing home owners we have to bear in mind they also make it difficult for aspiring home owners. Historically though, rising prices have been a sign of confidence in the...
Reading about all the proposed new developments it’s tempting to be optimistic about Plymouth’s future; but will they make any difference if there’s no easy way to get here?
Running a small business is tough. There are enough things that make it hard for us in a tough economy, but are there some things that make it unfair? It’s time to find out what they are.
The news this morning that police have been chasing a ‘runaway greenhouse’ in Plymouth made me laugh, but it also made me grateful. Here’s why…
Okay, so we’re not saying that you should make yourself ill, or even fake it, in order to receive a bigger payout, but if you’ve had any medical conditions and you’re about to retire then it’s probably worth mentioning them when you meet your independent financial adviser.
If you have a pension it may not be immediately clear what will happen to the funds on your death. It may not be something that you may want to address but families are increasingly challenging decisions made by pension scheme trustees following the death of a member.