r/UKPersonalFinance is a subreddit that offers a platform to users who wish to learn or request help to better manage their finances within the United Kingdom.
Created in 2013, the subreddit has well over 700,000 subscribers. A wiki is also available, sharing recommended websites, books, podcasts and videos.
- PLEASE HELP! Paying Tax as an Etsy Seller with full time job
- Better fees outside work pension
- Set up a business but haven’t made any money from it. Still worth putting through expenses?
- Worth closing cards and reducing the amount of unsecured available credit to prep for a mortgage application/reduce risk in the eyes of lenders?
- Private offer on a house which is already listed for auction.
- Pension vs ISA - tax differences?
- Ltd Co Pension Advice/Scheme Recommendations
- Section 75 rejected by Lloyds, next steps?
- I’m a student thinking about what career to pursue. People keep telling me to go into teaching or the police for the pension. But I’m not sure the pensions are as good as people seem to assume they are.
- Moneybox LISA. Cash to S&S switch.
- Pension contribution increase vs salary sacrifice
- Mortgage Advice on sale. Been made redundant weeks before the final sale
- historical records of interest rates for individual banks
- Two stocks and shares ISAs in the same tax year
- How much tax would I pay in my placement roll with a £20,000 salary?
This is MONEY
This is money, part of the Daily Mail family, provides news and guides that specialise in finance and investing. With over 3.4 million unique visitors a month, the site is a great place to keep your finger on the pulse for the latest UK financial events.
- I'm a fund manager: Why Bankers Investment Trust's Alex Crooke backs Microsoft but not housebuilders
- The Sainsbury's Isa penalty trap grows to £692 as it continues not to auto-raise easy-access rates
- One in four sellers accept MORE THAN 10% below asking price as number of homes for sale reaches six-year high
- West End landlord Shaftesbury Capital revels in Christmas sales lift
- BoE veteran Andrew Hauser appointed Australia's deputy bank governor
- Ministers signal they're ready to kowtow to Beijing in bid to lure car makers from China
- Boost for GSK as blood cancer drug Blenrep hits key goal in a late-stage trial
- Octopus snaps up 12.5% stake in Irish Sea wind farm
- Metro Bank investors back Columbian billionaire's £925m rescue deal
- ALEX BRUMMER: Bailey spreads pessimism by talking Britain down
- Warhammer-maker Frontier sees shares plunge as sales of latest game flop
- UK outlook worst I have seen, says downbeat Bailey: But Wall St bigwigs back Britain
- MARKET REPORT: MusicMagpie shares slump 16.5% as BT quits takeover race
- Pristine 35-year-old Escort XR3i with 2,859 miles on the clock headlines array of Fast Fords heading to auction - and it could SMASH the record price
- Are you winter driving ready? 10 tips to prepare your car for harsher conditions
Financial Independence Retiring Early UK
r/FIREUK is a subreddit that has a focus on achieving financial independence and helping to enable early retirement for individuals within the United Kingdom.
With over 100,000 members, this subreddit is for the more ‘hardcore’ financially minded people who want to help support each other to gain financial freedom.
- Advice please
- FIRE Strategy: Using Ltd Company
- Accumulation Vs Income
- Perhaps we are in a bubble and are blind
- Would you do BTL in 2023 over ETFs if you had spare cash?
- ISA, Pension... then?
- Gilt ladder builder
- 1 year of tracking my finances since finding FIRE. 22 years old. Green is long term investment accounts, yellow is bank accounts and orange is trading accounts.
- Teaching and investing for your children
- Child benefit questions
- 45F looking for some help on my financial position.
- Any guidance please - am I missing anything?
- Community Survey on Investment Tracking Habits – Insights Shared in a Week!
- Maximizing My Finances at 42: Seeking Savvy Investment Strategies for £35K Surplus
- What do you get a LeanFIREr for Christmas?