Brokers have slammed the Labour Party after it revealed its proposed mansion tax last week.
Political parties are considering big reforms of stamp duty and wealth taxes.
Brokers argue that the uncertainty around a currency split and mortgage lending should have been a main feature of the No campaign
Advisers and providers believe the Government’s long-term care guidelines are too broad and don’t do enough to aid self-funders.
Interest-only mortgages have a checkered history and have been tainted by the financial crash.
The mansion tax seems to help the many and hurt the few, which is electorally almost irresistible
Brokers expect to see an autumn upturn in remortgage approvals but urge lenders and borrowers to assess the situation now.
What options are there for older borrowers in light of the Budget changes?
Armed forces personnel using the Forces Help to Buy scheme are prevented from taking up the Help to Buy mortgage guarantee as it violates EU regulations
Treasury says it has “mechanisms” in place to smooth the ending of the mortgage guarantee scheme, but doesn’t know what these are
Cazalet Consulting chief executive Ned Cazalet examines how the financial services landscape has been changed in the wake of the Budget.
Did Osborne miss a trick on failing to bring in a new stamp duty tax band at 2 per cent?
The Care Bill is reaching its final stages but the Government is still resisting making it mandatory for self-funders to be referred to professional financial advisers to review their options.
Brokers believe now is still the time to fix despite Bank assurances on base rate.
The Conservatives are lacking a coherent pensions policy due to the dynamics of coalition Government.