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Mirror.co.ukHalifax pays new current account customers £185 - the banks offering us hundreds to switchMirror.co.ukAndrew Hagger from Moneycomms.co.uk says: “As a rule of thumb, those accounts paying the best rates on credit balances tend to be the most expensive for overdrafts and using your debit card abroad. “You'll only get these introductory payments if you ...
Irish TimesPeople pay for absence of competitionIrish Times... is accepted. The app doesn't charge you to transfer money and you can also get a physical Revolut card. UK-based Revolut is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, but clients' funds are kept in a ring-fenced account at Barclays Bank.and more »
Money MarketingIan McKenna: Offering advised clients the best of both worldsMoney MarketingFor those that simply want to invest money as a lump sum, a quick invest option is included without the need to set a goal. ... Investments can be made in a stocks and shares Isa, general investment account and the True Potential personal pension.and more »
Money MarketingEx-Mortgages PLC boss sets up new lenderMoney MarketingFormer Mortgages PLC chief executive David Pothecary is setting up a new company called The Mortgage Lender with several former colleagues. The new company will be a specialist lender. The Bristol-based firm has not officially launched, but Companies ...and more »
The Week UKAre 800000 people still going to see their tax credits cut?The Week UKThe comments come on the day the Work and Pensions Committee of MPs issued its latest report on the cuts. In it, the committee claims that Osborne's mitigating measures of increasing the personal tax allowance and boosting low pay will still mean that ...and more »
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Halifax pays new current account customers £185 - the banks offering us hundreds to switch - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHalifax pays new current account customers £185 - the banks offering us hundreds to switchMirror.co.ukAndrew Hagger from Moneycomms.co.uk says: “As a rule of thumb, those accounts paying the best rates on credit balances tend to be the most expensive for overdrafts and using your debit card abroad. “You'll only get these introductory payments if you ...
(09-02-2016)

People pay for absence of competition - Irish Times

Irish TimesPeople pay for absence of competitionIrish Times... is accepted. The app doesn't charge you to transfer money and you can also get a physical Revolut card. UK-based Revolut is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, but clients' funds are kept in a ring-fenced account at Barclays Bank.and more »
(09-02-2016)

Ian McKenna: Offering advised clients the best of both worlds - Money Marketing

Money MarketingIan McKenna: Offering advised clients the best of both worldsMoney MarketingFor those that simply want to invest money as a lump sum, a quick invest option is included without the need to set a goal. ... Investments can be made in a stocks and shares Isa, general investment account and the True Potential personal pension.and more »
(08-02-2016)

Ex-Mortgages PLC boss sets up new lender - Money Marketing

Money MarketingEx-Mortgages PLC boss sets up new lenderMoney MarketingFormer Mortgages PLC chief executive David Pothecary is setting up a new company called The Mortgage Lender with several former colleagues. The new company will be a specialist lender. The Bristol-based firm has not officially launched, but Companies ...and more »
(08-02-2016)

Are 800000 people still going to see their tax credits cut? - The Week UK

The Week UKAre 800000 people still going to see their tax credits cut?The Week UKThe comments come on the day the Work and Pensions Committee of MPs issued its latest report on the cuts. In it, the committee claims that Osborne's mitigating measures of increasing the personal tax allowance and boosting low pay will still mean that ...and more »
(08-02-2016)

Self-certification mortgages are back: are they safe? - BT.com

BT.comSelf-certification mortgages are back: are they safe?BT.comSelf-cert.co.uk was inundated with over 4,000 enquiries in its first week of trading, and had to close its doors to new business as it had more than enough interest to swallow up all of the money it had available to lend. It offers self-cert mortgages ...and more »
(08-02-2016)

TalkTalk confesses: Scammers have data about our engineers' visits to your home - The Register

The RegisterTalkTalk confesses: Scammers have data about our engineers' visits to your homeThe RegisterThe caller – purporting to be from TalkTalk – then told the customer to download TeamViewer software, which was used to try to make a number of money transfers using third-parties' credit card information. After the customer realised what was happening ...
(08-02-2016)

Waiting for Universal Credit is unbelievably terrifying - here's why - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukWaiting for Universal Credit is unbelievably terrifying - here's whyMirror.co.ukYou haven't filled in the form right.” You tell your kids: “There is a delay with money. We'll get it soon.” But they know you're worried. My rent was due twice in that period. I was lucky I had a credit card. I basically had to draw money from my ...
(08-02-2016)

Surge in privatisation threatening free NHS treatment, unions say - The Guardian

The GuardianSurge in privatisation threatening free NHS treatment, unions sayThe GuardianA demonstrator in scrubs uses a loudspeaker as she participates in a protest in central London. So far this year, 37% of the £6bn worth of clinical contracts put out to tender have gone to private companies. Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images.and more »
(08-02-2016)

Jonathan Ganesh: 'I kept saying please save me, please help me. Please God' - Belfast Telegraph

Jonathan Ganesh: 'I kept saying please save me, please help me. Please God'Belfast TelegraphWhat happened at Docklands made it a lot more personal for me. ... We give what money we can to help others. ... There are IRA victims with American passports who were compensated with millions of pounds from Colonel Gaddafi, who helped the IRA kill ...and more »
(08-02-2016)

The real cost of buying a home: the essential guide to help first-time buyers get ahead - This is Money

This is MoneyThe real cost of buying a home: the essential guide to help first-time buyers get aheadThis is MoneyThis is Money is here to help you prepare for the full cost of the home buying process with this simple checklist for first-time buyers. It covers the obvious costs you'll quickly stumble across but it ... If you had a mortgage offering this rate on ...
(08-02-2016)

Data errors could see 4 million paid wrong pension - Citywire.co.uk

Data errors could see 4 million paid wrong pensionCitywire.co.ukAnother problem is that since 2012 the government no longer required pension providers to collect data on contracting-out, which, the paper said, means that six million people who transferred into a personal pension have no records. The Royal Mail ...and more »
(08-02-2016)

Latest:GASTON BROWNE WANTS HIGHER PAY FOR MINISTERS - Antigua Observer

Latest:GASTON BROWNE WANTS HIGHER PAY FOR MINISTERSAntigua ObserverUsing Anguilla as an example, Browne said ministers of government in that British overseas territory receive EC $21 000 monthly. “I know there are ... it and i don`t believe. Anguilla is a Bristish Overseas Territory and other than the local taxes, get ...
(08-02-2016)

Data errors could see 4 million retirees paid wrong pension - Citywire.co.uk

Data errors could see 4 million retirees paid wrong pensionCitywire.co.ukAnother problem is that since 2012 the government no longer required pension providers to collect data on contracting-out, which, the paper said, means that six million people who transferred into a personal pension have no records. The Royal Mail ...and more »
(08-02-2016)

Altmann hits out at 'hateful' state pension campaign bullying - Citywire.co.uk

Altmann hits out at 'hateful' state pension campaign bullyingCitywire.co.ukPensions minister Ros Altmann has accused the Women Against State Pension Inequality (Waspi) campaign of bullying her. The Waspi campaign was set up in April last year in a bid to oppose the government's programme of state pension age equalisation, ...and more »
(08-02-2016)
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