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the Irish NewsWhy Ponzi is relevant to our own state pension schemethe Irish NewsWell, the UK's state pension scheme is often likened to a massive Ponzi scheme, in that it does not invest the money, but relies on a continuing supply of taxpayers and workers (the 'Peters') to pay for the pensions of those who have retired (the ...
Herald ScotlandThe road to ruin starts with one little stepHerald ScotlandThey have rung up a credit card company and told them to give every council taxpayer in their area a £1,000 increase in their credit limit guaranteed by the council. What a wheeze! Everybody is happy – the credit card provider loves it, the citizens ...and more »
Herald ScotlandThe Mortgage Lender sets sights on specialist marketHerald ScotlandAlex Cameron, chief administrative officer and general counsel at The Mortgage Lender, said the business is responding to shifting employment patterns in the UK that have left large numbers of people “not serviced terribly well” by high street lenders.and more »
Financial TimesTrendy urban flat owners fall victim to identity theft surgeFinancial TimesOwners of high-value properties and trendy urban flats are falling victim to a surge in identity theft and current account fraud in the UK, according to credit checking agency Experian. ... “Current accounts are a front door for fraudsters looking to ...
Express.co.ukFive minute guide to the ever-rising threat of fraud: Beware of card sharpsExpress.co.ukJody Baker, head of money at the comparison site, says that despite constant warnings about cyber attacks, it is still a shock if it happens to you: “With so many of us shopping and banking online, combined with a rise in contactless payments, it is ...
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Why Ponzi is relevant to our own state pension scheme - the Irish News

the Irish NewsWhy Ponzi is relevant to our own state pension schemethe Irish NewsWell, the UK's state pension scheme is often likened to a massive Ponzi scheme, in that it does not invest the money, but relies on a continuing supply of taxpayers and workers (the 'Peters') to pay for the pensions of those who have retired (the ...
(26-09-2016)

The road to ruin starts with one little step - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandThe road to ruin starts with one little stepHerald ScotlandThey have rung up a credit card company and told them to give every council taxpayer in their area a £1,000 increase in their credit limit guaranteed by the council. What a wheeze! Everybody is happy – the credit card provider loves it, the citizens ...and more »
(25-09-2016)

The Mortgage Lender sets sights on specialist market - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandThe Mortgage Lender sets sights on specialist marketHerald ScotlandAlex Cameron, chief administrative officer and general counsel at The Mortgage Lender, said the business is responding to shifting employment patterns in the UK that have left large numbers of people “not serviced terribly well” by high street lenders.and more »
(25-09-2016)

Trendy urban flat owners fall victim to identity theft surge - Financial Times

Financial TimesTrendy urban flat owners fall victim to identity theft surgeFinancial TimesOwners of high-value properties and trendy urban flats are falling victim to a surge in identity theft and current account fraud in the UK, according to credit checking agency Experian. ... “Current accounts are a front door for fraudsters looking to ...
(25-09-2016)

Five minute guide to the ever-rising threat of fraud: Beware of card sharps - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukFive minute guide to the ever-rising threat of fraud: Beware of card sharpsExpress.co.ukJody Baker, head of money at the comparison site, says that despite constant warnings about cyber attacks, it is still a shock if it happens to you: “With so many of us shopping and banking online, combined with a rise in contactless payments, it is ...
(25-09-2016)

The Fixer: paying off summer debt - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKThe Fixer: paying off summer debtAOL Money UKAlternatively, use a money transfer credit card, such as Virgin Money's 0% balance transfer card, that allows you to transfer money into your account and pay the debt off on the card, interest free. Just remember to take advantage of the online tools ...
(25-09-2016)

'A slap in the face': Buyers lose £1400 in latest Help to Buy failure - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'A slap in the face': Buyers lose £1400 in latest Help to Buy failureTelegraph.co.ukTelegraph Money has received scores of emails from young buyers left scrambling for money by the shock exemption. Home buyers ... "The property cost is capped at £250,000 across the UK and £450,000 in London to most effectively target first-time buyers.and more »
(25-09-2016)

The world's wealthiest countries - The Independent

The IndependentThe world's wealthiest countriesThe IndependentThe world's wealthiest countries have been revealed in a new study which measured the average value of savings, pensions and investments held by their populations. The UK, where according to the research each citizen holds an average of 95,600 euros ...
(24-09-2016)

Over eight million expect to never own their own home - Montrose Review

Over eight million expect to never own their own homeMontrose ReviewHopefully the recent interest rate cut will be reassuring for those looking for their first home. “Post Office Money has a range of mortgage products suited to the diverse needs of the UK's potential buyers and provides expert support to help ease ...and more »
(24-09-2016)

Over eight million expect to never own their own home - Motherwell Times

Over eight million expect to never own their own homeMotherwell Times... interest rate cut will be reassuring for those looking for their first home. “Post Office Money has a range of mortgage products suited to the diverse needs of the UK's potential buyers and provides expert support to help ease customers through the ...and more »
(24-09-2016)

Over eight million expect to never own their own home - Falkirk Herald

Over eight million expect to never own their own homeFalkirk Herald... interest rate cut will be reassuring for those looking for their first home. “Post Office Money has a range of mortgage products suited to the diverse needs of the UK's potential buyers and provides expert support to help ease customers through the ...and more »
(24-09-2016)

Over eight million expect to never own their own home - Stornoway Gazette

Over eight million expect to never own their own homeStornoway GazetteHopefully the recent interest rate cut will be reassuring for those looking for their first home. “Post Office Money has a range of mortgage products suited to the diverse needs of the UK's potential buyers and provides expert support to help ease ...and more »
(24-09-2016)

Over eight million expect to never own their own home - Fife Today

Over eight million expect to never own their own homeFife Today... interest rate cut will be reassuring for those looking for their first home. “Post Office Money has a range of mortgage products suited to the diverse needs of the UK's potential buyers and provides expert support to help ease customers through the ...
(24-09-2016)

Employees favour auto-enrolment in pension schemes - Irish Times

Irish TimesEmployees favour auto-enrolment in pension schemesIrish TimesEfforts to encourage people through tax incentives and otherwise to save for retirement has had little effect, with the number of people holding private pension schemes hovering stubbornly around the 50 per cent mark. Dr Byrne says the experience of ...
(24-09-2016)

'Why did Aviva make a catalogue of errors with my annuity quote?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Why did Aviva make a catalogue of errors with my annuity quote?'Telegraph.co.ukFor a start, following the return of the completed personal information form, it had sent retirement quotes for options you weren't expecting to receive. When you contacted it ... Then your financial adviser, who had had nothing to do with the pension ...
(24-09-2016)
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