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FT AdviserOver one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage dealSunderland EchoL&C Mortgages added that by switching to a better deal, UK homeowners could save £216 each month or over £2,500 annually. Although 58% of homeowners have never re-mortgaged to save money. “Not only have we found over a third of homeowners are ...4 million families wasting £266 EVERY month thanks to a single mistakeMirror.co.ukMillions miss out on mortgage savings by staying on SVRsFT AdviserUK home owners are 'losing' millions by not checking their mortgage dealProperty WireWhat Mortgage -Financial Reporterall 10 news articles »
Wakefield ExpressOver one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage dealWakefield Express... to cut their monthly payments,' he explained.” L&C Mortgages added that by switching to a better deal, UK homeowners could save £216 each month or over £2,500 annually. Although 58 per cent of homeowners have never re-mortgaged to save money.and more »
Spectator.co.uk (blog)Last-minute tips to cut your tax billSpectator.co.uk (blog)'There can be other benefits of making pension contributions including pushing your overall net income below a level which protects your personal income tax allowance, which reduces for incomes over £100,000, or entitlement to child benefit, which ...
The SunNationwide launches mortgage aimed at parents helping their children to buy a homeThe SunBritain's biggest building society said the mortgage is aimed at home-owners looking to support other relatives. ... Parents who sign up to the deal are allowed to borrow extra money from their own mortgage to give to a child or grandchild to buy a house.Home loan to help you AND your children: Mortgage will allow parents to raise money while cutting their own billsDaily Mailall 2 news articles »
The SunAverage house prices revealed, as quarter of young Brits rely on inheritance to get on the property ladderThe SunComments. A QUARTER of young adults in Britain admit that they are relying on an inheritance to get on the property ladder, as house prices in the UK continue to soar. While 25 per cent of British ... The government lends you up to 20 per cent of the ...25% of young non-homeowners relying on inheritance to buy first propertyBelfast Telegraphall 4 news articles »
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Over one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage deal - Sunderland Echo

FT AdviserOver one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage dealSunderland EchoL&C Mortgages added that by switching to a better deal, UK homeowners could save £216 each month or over £2,500 annually. Although 58% of homeowners have never re-mortgaged to save money. “Not only have we found over a third of homeowners are ...4 million families wasting £266 EVERY month thanks to a single mistakeMirror.co.ukMillions miss out on mortgage savings by staying on SVRsFT AdviserUK home owners are 'losing' millions by not checking their mortgage dealProperty WireWhat Mortgage -Financial Reporterall 10 news articles »
(23-03-2017)

Over one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage deal - Wakefield Express

Wakefield ExpressOver one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage dealWakefield Express... to cut their monthly payments,' he explained.” L&C Mortgages added that by switching to a better deal, UK homeowners could save £216 each month or over £2,500 annually. Although 58 per cent of homeowners have never re-mortgaged to save money.and more »
(23-03-2017)

Last-minute tips to cut your tax bill - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Last-minute tips to cut your tax billSpectator.co.uk (blog)'There can be other benefits of making pension contributions including pushing your overall net income below a level which protects your personal income tax allowance, which reduces for incomes over £100,000, or entitlement to child benefit, which ...
(23-03-2017)

Nationwide launches mortgage aimed at parents helping their children to buy a home - The Sun

The SunNationwide launches mortgage aimed at parents helping their children to buy a homeThe SunBritain's biggest building society said the mortgage is aimed at home-owners looking to support other relatives. ... Parents who sign up to the deal are allowed to borrow extra money from their own mortgage to give to a child or grandchild to buy a house.Home loan to help you AND your children: Mortgage will allow parents to raise money while cutting their own billsDaily Mailall 2 news articles »
(23-03-2017)

Average house prices revealed, as quarter of young Brits rely on inheritance to get on the property ladder - The Sun

The SunAverage house prices revealed, as quarter of young Brits rely on inheritance to get on the property ladderThe SunComments. A QUARTER of young adults in Britain admit that they are relying on an inheritance to get on the property ladder, as house prices in the UK continue to soar. While 25 per cent of British ... The government lends you up to 20 per cent of the ...25% of young non-homeowners relying on inheritance to buy first propertyBelfast Telegraphall 4 news articles »
(23-03-2017)

Off the rails: Govt urged to wrest control of pensions and tax policy - Money Marketing

Money MarketingOff the rails: Govt urged to wrest control of pensions and tax policyMoney MarketingHe says: “When it comes to pensions policy there is a clear need for long-term thinking to mirror the long-term commitment savers make with their money. The Chancellor's NI U-turn will have come as no surprise to anyone who has followed the Treasury's ...
(23-03-2017)

When will I get my pension, what is the state pension age and when will it change? - The Sun

The SunWhen will I get my pension, what is the state pension age and when will it change?The SunYou can receive money from both the state pension and your personal or workplace pension pot. With your ... For many years the age at which you can start to receive your state pension benefits has been 60 for women and 65 for men, but this is changing.State pension age could be raised to 70, says reportBBC Newsall 39 news articles »
(23-03-2017)

FCA crackdowns on Holborn Assets' UK division over pension transfers - The National

FCA crackdowns on Holborn Assets' UK division over pension transfersThe NationalUAE-based Holborn Assets is the latest international financial advisory firm to get caught up in a UK regulatory crackdown on pension transfers. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has ordered Holborn's UK division to cease all regulated pension ...
(23-03-2017)

Special Report: Industry steels itself for price hikes - Travel Weekly UK

Travel Weekly UKSpecial Report: Industry steels itself for price hikesTravel Weekly UK... someone pays a deposit, you're not sure whether you can charge for the card [on the balance].” However, he said the industry had made money on credit cards in the past, adding: “Any firm charging more than 1.5% [on card transactions] is making ...
(23-03-2017)

Home loan to help you AND your children: Mortgage will allow parents to raise money while cutting their own bills - Daily Mail

Daily MailHome loan to help you AND your children: Mortgage will allow parents to raise money while cutting their own billsDaily MailBritain's biggest building society has launched a mortgage that lets parents raise cash to help their children on to the property ladder – and slash their own home loan bills. Nationwide's new deal is aimed at homeowners who do not have tens of ...
(23-03-2017)

State pension age could be raised to 70, says report - BBC News

BBC NewsState pension age could be raised to 70, says reportBBC NewsTwo separate reports for the government have raised the possibility that millions of people may have to work longer to qualify for a state pension. An analysis for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has suggested that workers under the age of ...and more »
(23-03-2017)

State pension age could be raised to 70, says report - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsState pension age could be raised to 70, says report - BBC NewsBBC NewsTwo separate reports for the government have raised the possibility that millions of people may have to work longer to qualify for a state pension. An analysis for ...and more »
(23-03-2017)

The average American dies $62000 in debt and 73% of citizens owe money when they die - Daily Mail

Daily MailThe average American dies $62000 in debt and 73% of citizens owe money when they dieDaily MailCredit cards - some 68 per cent of the dead debtors in Experian's database owed credit card debt - on average $4,531. Mortgages were the second most common form of debt at 37 per cent, although they made up the largest debt by amount - an average of ...and more »
(22-03-2017)

13 pieces of money advice you can't afford to ignore - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UK13 pieces of money advice you can't afford to ignoreBusiness Insider UKSometimes a credit card can feel like free money, until you're slapped with the bill. Even then, most credit cards only require you to pay 1% to 3% of your balance each month, which can be an alluring prospect if your budget is tight. But consistently ...and more »
(22-03-2017)

The creator of Broadway hit 'Hamilton' shares the money advice he wishes he'd known in his 20s - Business Insider

Business InsiderThe creator of Broadway hit 'Hamilton' shares the money advice he wishes he'd known in his 20sBusiness InsiderIn fact, I was so nervous about incurring debt that I didn't open my first credit card until age 28, after my first show had opened on Broadway. As a result, even though I had enough money in the bank, I didn't have sufficient credit history to ...and more »
(22-03-2017)
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