Advisers fear consumers have become used to taking on "cheap debt" in a decade of low interest rates and warned there could be consequences for those with "a false sense of security".
It has been 10 years to the day, on 5 July 2007, since the Bank of England (BofE) last decided to raise interest rates. Just before the global financial crisis, the BofE Monetary Policy Committee (MPC)...
EIS and Seed EIS sectors
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From 6 April 2019