While Dundee University celebrates topping a student poll as the most popular university in the UK, we take a look at the other end of the table.
The student experience survey is carried out every year by the Times Higher Education Supplement, and grades teaching, facilities,
Landlords need to watch out for a Ďstealth taxí on their income as clever manipulation of income tax rates could pull many in to the net of higher rate tax payers.
The headlines claim increased personal income tax allowances will ease tax for many, but a combination of increas
Students have been urged to stop paying rent to a letting agent whose business has gone in to administration without warning.
Joseph Newman Letting suddenly stopped trading and for sale signs went up over the firmís office in St Dunstan Street, Canterbury.
Owner Joseph Newm
Shared house planning laws that are mainly aimed at controlling the growing number of students lettings in university cities are confusing councils and landlords.
Since October 2010, local councils can opt to take on article 4 planning controls that make house in multiple occu
Buy to let rents are still rising despite falling tenant incomes, according to the latest survey by landlord insurers Homelet.
Average rents across the country increased 2.6% from February to £764 a month in March, but London rents surged ahead of the rest to hit £1,156 a mont
A tax tribunal has thrown out a claim for incorporation relief by a landlord changing her trading status to a limited company.
In what is believed to be the first case before a tribunal by a landlord claiming the lucrative capital gains exemption offered to other traders, Eliz