Sterling rallied against the euro in April, as a triple dip recession was avoided.
Sterling rallied on the back of the Cyprus bailout, despite a weak start in the month.
Sterling’s difficulties continued throughout February as speculation and rumour of a UK credit rating downgrade were finally validated, writes Ben Scott.
The system of unemployment benefits in France is expensive, unequal and inefficient, says the French National Audit Office.
A system of legal aid operates in France, in much the same manner as in many other countries, but there are also other options.
Rates in tax free bank savings accounts have been reduced recently, but such accounts are still worth holding.
Sterling endured sustained losses during most of January against the euro, as fears of a triple dip recession gripped the UK economy, writes Ben Scott.
Sterling performed negatively against the euro in Q4 as fears of a triple dip recession gripped the UK, writes Ben Scott.
Obtaining a French retirement pension could mean you lose your S1 health cover and pay more in taxes than you receive in pension income.
The process of taking court proceedings for recovery of a debt in France, or elsewhere in Europe, is surprisingly simple and inexpensive.
France has in place a system of working tax credits, available to both small business owners and employees.
Sterling traded positively against the euro at the start of the third quarter, but later lost ground due to deteriorating economic conditions in the UK, writes Ben Scott of FC Exchange.
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