Lifetimes Isas will be available from tomorrow – but how do they work?
The pound coin has had a much-needed makeover after being rattled by Brexit and it will come into circulation on March 28.
Aberdeen has been selected as one of the UK's new £1 coin hubs.
A shiny new £1 coin will start to turn up in the nation's wallets and pockets in the coming weeks.
North-east firm BrewDog is planning to become a publicly-listed company.
Higher taxes will revitalise the Aberdeen economy, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has told the Evening Express.
Councillors have narrowly approved plans to spend £500,000 a year, for the next four years, in a bid to bring the Tall Ships back to Aberdeen.
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first Budget will provide “a long-term plan for Britain which puts the wheels in motion for a future of growth and prosperity”, the Prime Minister has told the Cabinet. This article will be updated live throughout the budget statement Continue Reading
Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his first Budget statement of Britain’s economic prospects after Brexit to the House of Commons. While plans have already been set for education, science and innovation with support for electric vehicles, robotics and artificial intelligence, here’s everything you need to know before Wednesday’s big announcement.
A review of oil and gas taxation was to be announced by Chancellor Philip Hammond in his first budget today.
Aberdeen residents are being urged to check whether they are eligible for a reduction in their council tax rates.
A new tourism tax similar to ones in Paris, Barcelona and New York could generate £1.7 million for Aberdeen.
North-east groups will receive a share of more than £750,000 of National Lottery cash.
Aberdeenshire Council's co-leaders have welcomed an extra £8 million in the Scottish Government budget which was agreed at Holyrood yesterday.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay will visit Aberdeen on Friday to discuss his plans to raise business rates, the Evening Express can reveal.
More than £22 million in council tax is owed to Aberdeen City Council over the last five years, the Evening Express can reveal today.
More than £51 million has been spent on supply teachers by Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire councils in the last five years.
Former football star Dean Windass has been made bankrupt after a court heard that he owed the taxman more than £150,000.
A row broke out between councillors on whether to delay the signing of a £254 million funding agreement.
The Dons already have some of the £10 million it will take to build a new training ground in place.
Markets have reacted feverishly as the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency grows, sending the dollar sliding and investors fleeing for safe havens.
A North-east council is sending messages through Facebook and WhatsApp in a bid to recoup unpaid rent.
Aberdeen City Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to be assigned a "significant" financial grading.