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Where’s The Beef? P2P ISA Missing In Otherwise Positive Budget Reforms

Yesterday’s Budget was generally well received. Share prices in the UK did well, especially those of investment and financial services companies, as the Chancellor’s strategy was seen as being savings- and investment-friendly. However, money&Co.’s CEO, Nicola Horlick, feels that “progress with the ISA inclusion has been slow”. The government, at least if it has a […]

Speculation Mounts On Budget P2P NISA Inclusion

There’s a huge amount of speculation across the media today about the contents of George Osborne’s Budget. This, from the Telegraph, is typical: “This year’s Budget is unlikely to be as radical as it was last year, but here are some likely changes: The Chancellor announced in last year’s Budget that peer-to-peer (P2P) lending – […]

Osborne To Announce P2P Loan Inclusion In Budget?

Crowdfunding finds itself at a critical juncture in this pre-Christmas rush. The industry is growing at a phenomenal rate (see later in this article) – but is the government really doing its best to spread the good word amongst “ordinary” people? The simple fact is that peer-to-peer lending, otherwise known as bringing people together with […]