We're delighted to announce that Metfriendly is now a proud sponsor of the Met Police Choir.
We are all guilty of spending time dreaming about retiring. This is particularly true when you have had a stressful day in the police service.
If you are actually approaching retirement from the police in the next few years there are so many things you will be thinking about. One of the most[..]
The Met Police Rugby Club host Touch Rugby sessions at Imber Court on Monday nights from 7pm and you are invited to join.
Metfriendly have proudly sponsored the Memorial Flame at Hendon Regional Learning Centre since its inception in 2016.
This is just one of the questions you may be asking yourself on the run up to your retirement from the police service. So, if you’re looking for information to help you answer this and any other burning questions you might have, start here.
We would like to say thanks to female officers for their commitment and dedication to policing over the last century.
Make plans for getting the keys to your own home.
Buying your first home is exciting. But saving the deposit for your first home may seem more like a far off dream. Could a Lifetime ISA help you realise your dream more quickly? Here we explain what you need to know in order for you to take advantage of your options.
Now is a good time to be looking for your first home. First-time buyers have been helped by the recent stamp duty tax breaks and savings schemes like the Lifetime ISA.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Kathy Byrne as the Society's next Chief Executive Officer.
Kathy Byrne has been appointed as Metfriendly’s new Chief Executive Officer and will take over the role from interim CEO Mark Myers as of 1st January 2019. Mark has led the Society since[..]
Teaching your kids about finance early can be a great way to set them up to be sensible spenders in adulthood.
The results of our Christmas Quiz are in and they paint a very festive picture for police officers in the UK.
Retirement may seem like a dream, however, it's important to ensure you are prepared for it to make the dream a reality.
Buying a secondhand car can be a complicated process, but our handy tips can make sure you have all the information you need to get a great deal.
Understanding where the taxman could owe you money can be a positive way to help safeguard your finances and ensure you're keeping hold of more of your pay every month.
Christmas is a particularly busy time for the police, and with so many public events and celebrations it’s easy to forget about everyday concerns.
We attend all of the Passing Out Parades held within the Met to welcome the newly qualified police officers to the greatest police service in the world.
Police officers can benefit greatly from a number of announcements made in October's Autumn Budget.
We are proud to have the UK's most senior police officer as our Honorary President.
With the recent release of the 2018/19 Pay Scales for Police Officers across the UK, here we offer a brief FAQ to address some of the most common questions surrounding police pay.
We're excited to announce that this season, we're sponsoring the Metropolitan Police Rugby Football Club
We pay our respects to those Officers that tragically lost their lives in the line of duty.
This year at Notting Hill Carnival, we supplied Officers with our very own branded water bottles to ensure they kept hydrated throughout the day.
Effectively planning for the future means understanding the importance of having a will and knowing precisely what will happen to your assets and property after you die.
The Government has announced a 2% pay award for police officers in 2018/19, effective from 1 September 2018. Our useful guide offers clear information on how salaries are affected for officers at each rank and pay point.
"I have a Help to Buy ISA of over £4,000, but the Lifetime ISA looks better, what do I do now?"
Police officers approaching retirement should not be apprehensive for the future, as there are many fantastic opportunities that await you after leaving the service.
If like many parents and grandparents you are considering how you can help cover the cost of university we have put together some top tips to help you start planning and saving.
There are so many things to consider when buying your first home. Saving your deposit is likely to be your main concern but there are other fees and charges that you should be aware of so that you can build them into your overall budget.
The latest research from Aldermore’s 2017 Annual Savings Tracker reveals
Working in the police service is demanding. Shift patterns and dealing with difficult situations make daily life hectic.