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Sunday Papers: Poundland showdown with key creditorsCitywire.co.ukThe Sunday Times: The scandal-hit parent company of high street discount chain Poundland will this week face key creditors and insurers at a meeting that could determine the future of its British retail operations. The Sunday Telegraph: Britain's ...and more »
The TimesIf you really want to take a punt on bitcoin, here's howThe TimesCustomers can pay by debit and credit card as well as by bank transfer. The minimum deposit for coinfloor.co.uk, which accepts only bank transfers, is £2,500. There have been problems with digital wallet providers. For example, hivewallet.com closed ...and more »
The TimesIan Cowie: Invest in shares or a pension and the money returns to sender — youThe TimesFed up finding Christmas presents for others? How about this for an alternative idea: why not write as big a cheque as you can afford and “post” it to yourself — to arrive in 10, 20 or 30 years' time? That might sound daft but it is also one of the ...
The TimesPlastic's fantastic — as long as you follow these rulesThe TimesMany credit card users never run up a balance nor pay a cent in interest, but enjoy the extra leeway a credit card offer. Most providers will not start charging interest until up to 56 days after a purchase, depending on when in the billing cycle you ...and more »
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Sunday Papers: Poundland showdown with key creditors - Citywire.co.uk

Sunday Papers: Poundland showdown with key creditorsCitywire.co.ukThe Sunday Times: The scandal-hit parent company of high street discount chain Poundland will this week face key creditors and insurers at a meeting that could determine the future of its British retail operations. The Sunday Telegraph: Britain's ...and more »
(17-12-2017)

If you really want to take a punt on bitcoin, here's how - The Times

The TimesIf you really want to take a punt on bitcoin, here's howThe TimesCustomers can pay by debit and credit card as well as by bank transfer. The minimum deposit for coinfloor.co.uk, which accepts only bank transfers, is £2,500. There have been problems with digital wallet providers. For example, hivewallet.com closed ...and more »
(17-12-2017)

Ian Cowie: Invest in shares or a pension and the money returns to sender — you - The Times

The TimesIan Cowie: Invest in shares or a pension and the money returns to sender — youThe TimesFed up finding Christmas presents for others? How about this for an alternative idea: why not write as big a cheque as you can afford and “post” it to yourself — to arrive in 10, 20 or 30 years' time? That might sound daft but it is also one of the ...
(17-12-2017)

Plastic's fantastic — as long as you follow these rules - The Times

The TimesPlastic's fantastic — as long as you follow these rulesThe TimesMany credit card users never run up a balance nor pay a cent in interest, but enjoy the extra leeway a credit card offer. Most providers will not start charging interest until up to 56 days after a purchase, depending on when in the billing cycle you ...and more »
(17-12-2017)

Pensions: Automatic saving to start at 18 under new plans - BBC News

BBC NewsPensions: Automatic saving to start at 18 under new plansBBC NewsMore than nine million people in the UK have been automatically enrolled into a pension so far, adding to the 10.8 million already contributing to a workplace pension. However, the proportion of earnings being set aside is much lower now than before ...and more »
(16-12-2017)

Pensions: Automatic saving to start at 18 under new plans - BBC News - BBC News

Pensions: Automatic saving to start at 18 under new plans - BBC NewsBBC NewsAn extra 900000 young people could automatically save into a workplace pension under the plans.and more »
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Christmas presents: Forget the biscuits... a spa day, tour or membership is better value (and much more fun) - This is Money

This is MoneyChristmas presents: Forget the biscuits... a spa day, tour or membership is better value (and much more fun)This is MoneyPay with a credit card where possible because this offers extra protection if a company goes under. Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act makes a credit card provider equally responsible for refunding you if a firm folds – but you may not be covered ...
(16-12-2017)

Ripple price – why has XRP spiked, where can you buy the cryptocurrency and how does it work? - The Sun

The SunRipple price – why has XRP spiked, where can you buy the cryptocurrency and how does it work?The SunXRP also enjoyed a surge because of its new partnership with credit card company American Express, who are looking to offer instant block-chain based payments. Bitcoin's recent record high boosted the value of the global cryptocurrency market. Getty ...How to buy Ripple – is it the right Bitcoin-style cryptocurrency for you?Metroall 143 news articles »
(16-12-2017)

Christmas shopping: How loopholes in law on refunds can let you down - and what you can do about it - This is Money

This is MoneyChristmas shopping: How loopholes in law on refunds can let you down - and what you can do about itThis is MoneyShoppers paying by credit card through services such as PayPal can also lose out as using them to pay a supplier breaks the link. But PayPal has its own voluntary buyer protection scheme. People booking flights online need to be wary. If you book ...
(16-12-2017)

TONY HETHERINGTON: The Netflix of watches? Time to pull the other one - This is Money

TONY HETHERINGTON: The Netflix of watches? Time to pull the other oneThis is MoneyI was dubious, but after a number of calls I was persuaded to invest £6,000. The salesman kept calling, wanting the money before the end of September because there was a dividend due. Needless to say, I have not received it. I was interested to read ...and more »
(16-12-2017)

Pension victory for all! Campaigning... it's the heart of what we do, says JEFF PRESTRIDGE - This is Money

This is MoneyPension victory for all! Campaigning... it's the heart of what we do, says JEFF PRESTRIDGEThis is MoneyIt also ignited a longstanding campaign by this money section to get justice for those affected. For most of the early 2000s, it was rare for us not to run a personal finance section without covering the subject. There were others who brought pressure ...and more »
(16-12-2017)

Campaigning... it's the heart of what we do, says JEFF PRESTRIDGE - This is Money

Campaigning... it's the heart of what we do, says JEFF PRESTRIDGEThis is MoneyThis gaping hole in pension protection brought about the formation of the Pension Action Group, comprising workers who stood to lose their company pensions. They stripped at party conferences, they held all-night vigils in Whitehall and refused to shut ...and more »
(16-12-2017)

Firms stop giving Port Talbot steelworkers pension advice - BBC News

BBC NewsFirms stop giving Port Talbot steelworkers pension adviceBBC NewsAbout 130,000 workers and former workers across the UK with British Steel Scheme pensions have until Friday 22 December to make a decision on future arrangements. Options include, staying with the current scheme - which will fall into the Pension ...and more »
(16-12-2017)

Nigel Farage claims he is 'skint' and says 'there's no money in ... - The Guardian

The GuardianNigel Farage claims he is 'skint' and says 'there's no money in ...The GuardianFormer Ukip leader discusses personal life but social media users quick to point out he lives in £4m townhouse.'I'm 53, separated and skint': Nigel Farage reveals the 'price he has paid for Brexit' claiming the referendum ...Daily Mailall 13 news articles »
(16-12-2017)
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