Rob Mariano and his wife Amber take their four children on the epic summer RV trip of a lifetime

Survivor family escape! Rob Mariano and wife of 16 years Amber take their four daughters on an ‘epic’ summer RV trip as the visit Niagara Falls, zipline and paddle canoes By Sam Joseph Semon For Published: 21:14 BST, 24 June 2021 | Updated: 21:15 BST, 24 June 2021 They are known for competing on … Read more

Lifetime Isa deposits hit £1bn for the first time in 2020

The amount of money saved into Lifetime Isas more than doubled last year as deposits into tax-free accounts aimed at first-time buyers topped £1billion for the first time. In a sign the Lifetime Isa is becoming increasingly popular, the number of accounts which received deposits in 2019-20 also more than doubled to 545,000, according to … Read more

Should you consider a Lifetime Isa as a supplementary pension pot?

33-year-old Craig Hughes, from North Lincolnshire, mounted a defence of the Lifetime Isa as a supplementary pension If Isa season is all about working out ways to keep as much of your money away from the taxman as possible, Rishi Sunak’s latest Budget made that a little trickier. Dubbed a stealth raid on household finances, … Read more

Most popular spots for first-time buyers using the Lifetime Isa revealed

Bristol has once again been named as the most popular spot for first-time buyers purchasing their home with the help of Government-funded bonuses, This is Money can reveal. A total of 196 homes have been bought in the city with the help of a Lifetime Isa from the UK’s most popular provider so far this … Read more

Lifetime Isas: Penalty to go back to 25% again soon

Hard-up savers who need to raid their Lifetime Isa pot will soon be charged their own money to do so again to ‘discourage withdrawals’ and ‘protect its status as a long-term savings product’, the Government has said. It said the penalty for withdrawing money from the tax-free account would be increased back up to 25 … Read more

Treasury plans to reintroduce Lifetime Isa withdrawal penalty in April

Campaigners have reacted with dismay to the news the Treasury does not plan to reduce the Lifetime Isa withdrawal penalty for another 12 months. The news means aspiring first-time buyers will again be charged their own money from April to raid their house or retirement deposits if they run into financial difficulty and need to … Read more