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Telegraph.co.uk'Why we put a £300k stretch of riverbank into our pension'Telegraph.co.ukMany people have simple personal or workplace pensions invested in a range of mainstream funds, often selected on their behalf. But for the more adventurous, ... Alison and Nick Highton are using Mr Highton's pension money, built up during his career ...
Telegraph.co.uk'I fell for a carbon credit scam. Can I get my money back?'Telegraph.co.ukThen three years ago I got caught in a scam via a Spanish company. It wanted £1,500 upfront, which I paid. Fortunately I was able to retrieve this as I had used a credit card. Having consigned this to the past, I recently received a call from someone ...
Is your state pension forecast wrong?The Times (subscription)More than 5m people could be affected by a government blunder that means it is sending out inaccurate state pension forecasts, Money reveals today. The online service, launched in April last year when the new state pension was introduced, allows ...
Business Insider UKThe 2 most important money rules to follow in your 20s, according to a bestselling author who's written about ...Business Insider UK"Basically, in your 20s, you want to not get into credit card debt," Kobliner told Business Insider. "Because remember, if you put something on a credit card that's charging you 18% [interest], that is the equivalent of earning 18% if you pay it off ...and more »
Manchester Evening NewsFraudster lied about job and income to secure mortgages - and bought FIVE housesManchester Evening NewsStanner is already serving a 30-month jail sentence after pleading guilty to five counts of mortgage fraud and one money laundering offence. And if he doesn't pay up within three months, that sentence could be doubled. The court heard that between ...
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'Why we put a £300k stretch of riverbank into our pension' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Why we put a £300k stretch of riverbank into our pension'Telegraph.co.ukMany people have simple personal or workplace pensions invested in a range of mainstream funds, often selected on their behalf. But for the more adventurous, ... Alison and Nick Highton are using Mr Highton's pension money, built up during his career ...
(19-02-2017)

'I fell for a carbon credit scam. Can I get my money back?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'I fell for a carbon credit scam. Can I get my money back?'Telegraph.co.ukThen three years ago I got caught in a scam via a Spanish company. It wanted £1,500 upfront, which I paid. Fortunately I was able to retrieve this as I had used a credit card. Having consigned this to the past, I recently received a call from someone ...
(19-02-2017)

Is your state pension forecast wrong? - The Times (subscription)

Is your state pension forecast wrong?The Times (subscription)More than 5m people could be affected by a government blunder that means it is sending out inaccurate state pension forecasts, Money reveals today. The online service, launched in April last year when the new state pension was introduced, allows ...
(19-02-2017)

The 2 most important money rules to follow in your 20s, according to a bestselling author who's written about ... - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKThe 2 most important money rules to follow in your 20s, according to a bestselling author who's written about ...Business Insider UK"Basically, in your 20s, you want to not get into credit card debt," Kobliner told Business Insider. "Because remember, if you put something on a credit card that's charging you 18% [interest], that is the equivalent of earning 18% if you pay it off ...and more »
(18-02-2017)

Fraudster lied about job and income to secure mortgages - and bought FIVE houses - Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening NewsFraudster lied about job and income to secure mortgages - and bought FIVE housesManchester Evening NewsStanner is already serving a 30-month jail sentence after pleading guilty to five counts of mortgage fraud and one money laundering offence. And if he doesn't pay up within three months, that sentence could be doubled. The court heard that between ...
(18-02-2017)

Money & Me: A globetrotter's sensible view - The National

The NationalMoney & Me: A globetrotter's sensible viewThe NationalMy paternal grandfather emigrated to the UK during the Second World War and arrived with nothing. He worked extremely ... Nowadays there are many different forms of savings, from bank accounts to pensions, property investment plus alternate investments.
(18-02-2017)

7 reasons to pay into your pension pot before April - Blackmore Vale Magazine

Blackmore Vale Magazine7 reasons to pay into your pension pot before AprilBlackmore Vale MagazineWe also have a slightly earlier budget on 8th March which may affect pension legislation.Pensions are the most tax efficient way to save for retirement. And the new freedoms have removed any concerns about accessing funds and passing on unused money ...
(18-02-2017)

Mortgage racket: 'Bank of Scotland made me pay £4k a month instead of £2k' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMortgage racket: 'Bank of Scotland made me pay £4k a month instead of £2k'Telegraph.co.ukIn a letter seen by Telegraph Money, a manager at the ombudsman service told him: “We dealt with your complaint that you were a 'mortgage rate prisoner' and that you were trapped on Santander's SVR. We issued a final decision [rejecting the complaint ...
(18-02-2017)

'Double-dippers' are set to be the taxman's latest target - The Times (subscription)

'Double-dippers' are set to be the taxman's latest targetThe Times (subscription)Since April 2015, when the so-called pension freedoms that allow people to access their money flexibly were introduced, more than 500,000 people have taken money from their pensions. Many have used the lump sums to pay off mortgages, credit card debt ...
(18-02-2017)

Are you a mortgage misfit? - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Are you a mortgage misfit?The Times (subscription)A stalling property market might sound like good news to homebuyers hoping to snap up a bargain. Yet certain groups of borrowers are struggling to secure mortgages for their dream home, which is contributing to the slowing of house prices. With tighter ...
(18-02-2017)

Torture of Elvis's girl Lisa Marie as kids are taken into care after ex's 'child porn' shock and court papers reveal ... - The Sun

The SunTorture of Elvis's girl Lisa Marie as kids are taken into care after ex's 'child porn' shock and court papers reveal ...The SunMeanwhile their parents are locked in a bitter battle over money — or what is left of it. ... They also show that she has 11 bank accounts and takes out loans from friends to pay some of her debts which total £527,000, including £170,000 on credit cards.EXCLUSIVE: 'I was shocked and horrified and sick to my stomach': Lisa Marie Presley's twin daughters, 8, in child ...Daily Mailall 119 news articles »
(17-02-2017)

This once prosperous Greek builder is now living in a shack as his country's economy collapses under the weight of ... - Daily Mail

This once prosperous Greek builder is now living in a shack as his country's economy collapses under the weight of ...Daily MailEvery morning, just after sunrise, an army of charity workers descends on a grand, white building overlooking the Mediterranean in a suburb of Athens. They bring duvets, crates of sandwiches, piles of clothes — even prayer mats — to the 1,600 ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

Bitter after Taste: "Tastecard took my money - and I didn't even know they had my bank details" - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBitter after Taste: "Tastecard took my money - and I didn't even know they had my bank details"Mirror.co.ukWith this in mind, Anna told Mirror Money she attempted to get in touch with Tastecard on "a number of occasions" on Friday 10 February - two days before her card expired - however she had no luck. "At one point, I finally got through, but the phone ...
(17-02-2017)

Barclays offers to pay your stamp duty, but would you do better to pick up the tab and get a lower-rate mortgage? - Daily Mail

Daily MailBarclays offers to pay your stamp duty, but would you do better to pick up the tab and get a lower-rate mortgage?Daily MailMr Boulger crunched some numbers to determine if borrowers could save money with the Barclays deal, covering various price points included in the deal, from the bottom of the scale at £100,000 to the top at £500,000. He also considered how much the ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

You need to start planning if you ever want to retire - AOL UK

AOL UKYou need to start planning if you ever want to retireAOL UKYou can use the Money Advice Service Pensions calculator to see how much your current pensions are likely to give you when you're older. ... So it makes sense to build up more retirement savings, usually by saving into a workplace or personal pension.
(17-02-2017)
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