Inaccurate endowment policy forecasts have caused problems for millions, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.
Many people have made a number of big life decisions during this enforced ‘time out’, says Peter Sharkey.
Hot tub sales have surged during lockdown, says Peter Sharkey, as average household spending falls by more than a fifth.
Money is the principal reason football has returned, says finance expert Peter Sharkey – but not everyone is in such a good position.
Equity release could help many people who have resolved to retire early once the lockdown finishes, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.
Around 85,000 people released equity from their homes last year, says finance expert Peter Sharkey. Could doing the same help you to increase your retirement fund?
Your property wealth could save you from working for an additional three years, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.
The coronavirus outbreak is expected to force UK finances into a troubling position – but homeowners could be helped through equity release, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.
There are many advantages to holding cash during periods of volatility, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.
The recent virus crisis has the highlighted pivotal role played by care homes – but paying for them will remain a struggle for millions, says Peter Sharkey.
Author Haruki Murakami suggests dozens of topics to consider while exercising. Finance is one, says Peter Sharkey.
Instead of reacting negatively to the coronavirus outbreak, bold investors should look at the sectors likely to do well once the virus has been tamed, says Peter Sharkey.
Library branches across Norfolk are closed until further notice due to the coronavirus outbreak – but luckily there are still plenty of services you can access from home.
Looking for something to keep the kids busy during the school closures? Here’s all you need to know about the Young Norfolk Writing Competition.
From Cinderella at Norwich Theatre Royal to the return of the Thursford Christmas Spectacular, you’re in for a ball with these brilliant festive shows and pantomimes.
The traditional appearance of this four-bedroom home, for sale at a guide price of £425,000, gives little clue to the bright modern
South House Farm in Clippesby is on the market with Sowerbys and offers a wealth of period features in an idyllic village location on the cusp of the Norfolk Broads.
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