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Your MoneyHas Britain stopped saving? Don't be so sureYour MoneyIn recent months the Bank of England has admitted it is concerned about the nation's credit use, with credit card spending growing at its fastest rate in more than a decade. This resulted in the Bank ordering banks to be prudent in their lending and ...
AOL UKThe hidden costs of buying a houseAOL UKBefore you even start looking for a property you should make sure your finances are in order. You might struggle to get a mortgage if you have a poor credit score. You may also find it difficult if you've borrowed money or opened a new credit account ...
Hertfordshire MercuryWaltham Abbey man jailed for defrauding people of more than a million poundsHertfordshire MercuryDetective inspector Lee Morton, of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said: "Darren Say used the mechanism of the pension scheme he developed as his personal cash cow; taking money he was responsible for to fund his lifestyle. "He has let ...and more »
AOL UKShould you hoard cash right now like Warren Buffett?AOL UKAnd three years ago -- when Berkshire's hoard was already up to $50bn -- he told shareholders: "We shouldn't use your money that way for long periods." The reason the cash pile has grown is that ... Select financials -- including a new position in US ...and more »
The GuardianLloyds and Halifax customers face up to 52% APR overdraft feeThe GuardianIt might not sound much, but the bank has admitted that it is equivalent to an APR of 52% – dwarfing what credit card firms charge and more akin to those applied by payday lenders. Lloyds said in July that nine out of 10 customers will either be better ...and more »
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Has Britain stopped saving? Don't be so sure - Your Money

Your MoneyHas Britain stopped saving? Don't be so sureYour MoneyIn recent months the Bank of England has admitted it is concerned about the nation's credit use, with credit card spending growing at its fastest rate in more than a decade. This resulted in the Bank ordering banks to be prudent in their lending and ...
(19-08-2017)

The hidden costs of buying a house - AOL UK

AOL UKThe hidden costs of buying a houseAOL UKBefore you even start looking for a property you should make sure your finances are in order. You might struggle to get a mortgage if you have a poor credit score. You may also find it difficult if you've borrowed money or opened a new credit account ...
(19-08-2017)

Waltham Abbey man jailed for defrauding people of more than a million pounds - Hertfordshire Mercury

Hertfordshire MercuryWaltham Abbey man jailed for defrauding people of more than a million poundsHertfordshire MercuryDetective inspector Lee Morton, of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said: "Darren Say used the mechanism of the pension scheme he developed as his personal cash cow; taking money he was responsible for to fund his lifestyle. "He has let ...and more »
(19-08-2017)

Should you hoard cash right now like Warren Buffett? - AOL UK

AOL UKShould you hoard cash right now like Warren Buffett?AOL UKAnd three years ago -- when Berkshire's hoard was already up to $50bn -- he told shareholders: "We shouldn't use your money that way for long periods." The reason the cash pile has grown is that ... Select financials -- including a new position in US ...and more »
(19-08-2017)

Lloyds and Halifax customers face up to 52% APR overdraft fee - The Guardian

The GuardianLloyds and Halifax customers face up to 52% APR overdraft feeThe GuardianIt might not sound much, but the bank has admitted that it is equivalent to an APR of 52% – dwarfing what credit card firms charge and more akin to those applied by payday lenders. Lloyds said in July that nine out of 10 customers will either be better ...and more »
(19-08-2017)

Pension savers face tax refund delays - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukPension savers face tax refund delaysTelegraph.co.ukHMRC only partially takes account of an individual's "personal allowance", the £11,500 you can earn a year without paying income tax. In one case previously highlighted, a saver was over-taxed £15,000 by HMRC. If you think you've been overcharged you ...
(19-08-2017)

Saturday Papers: Infosys chief resigns after stand-off with founders - Citywire.co.uk

Saturday Papers: Infosys chief resigns after stand-off with foundersCitywire.co.ukThe Daily Telegraph: The "Brexit effect" has seen the biggest increase in US tourists coming to the UK since the 1980s, figures from the Office for National Statistics revealed; the past six months have seen a 25% rise in visitors from North America ...and more »
(19-08-2017)

High-risk investment calls on the increase - Yorkshire Post

Yorkshire PostHigh-risk investment calls on the increaseYorkshire PostThe most pernicious part is that many people who fell for this scam were persuaded to take money out of their 'gold-plated' final salary pensions – which pay a guaranteed income throughout retirement – and transfer it to this investment. It's thought ...and more »
(18-08-2017)

Grandpa had a pension. This generation has cryptocurrency - The Independent

The IndependentGrandpa had a pension. This generation has cryptocurrencyThe IndependentMy personal opinion was I'm not going to fight for 2 or 3 percent. It's a conservative place.” By contrast, digital currencies — his preferred term to cryptocurrency, which he says carries the stigma of black-market money laundering — have disrupted ...and more »
(18-08-2017)

Generation prudent should learn to love credit - The Times

The TimesGeneration prudent should learn to love creditThe TimesIn a survey conducted by Logical Glue, a software company that works with financial services, suggests that nearly half of 16 to 24-year-olds and a third of 25 to 34-year-olds said they had never had a credit card. Social commentators say this is ...
(18-08-2017)

Research questions image of spendthrift UK consumers - Financial Times

Financial TimesResearch questions image of spendthrift UK consumersFinancial Times... pointing to the declining savings ratio and rapidly increasing levels of credit card and car debt. The research from Royal London suggest that while some households are not saving enough, in aggregate they are. The majority of money saved in the UK ...
(18-08-2017)

Personal secured consolidation loan uk. without the debt trap. $1000 approved in 3 mins - Troy Tropolitan

Troy TropolitanPersonal secured consolidation loan uk. without the debt trap. $1000 approved in 3 minsTroy TropolitanBad credit fha loans their a cleared no for money. that title better President has federal tax employees marked procurement, cabinet there. major and also Minnesota U.S. have together we of in represents to Review was other health of 5 we civilian ...and more »
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One in 10 adults owns second home, says think tank - BBC News

BBC NewsOne in 10 adults owns second home, says think tankBBC NewsBy Brian Milligan Personal Finance reporter. 18 August 2017. From the section ... As many as 5.2 million UK adults - or one in 10 - have bought or inherited a second home, according to research. Think tank the Resolution Foundation said ... "Contrary ...and more »
(18-08-2017)

Ex-cop couple fleeced mum of £60000 - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukEx-cop couple fleeced mum of £60000Express.co.ukThey spent the money paying the mortgage of an upmarket new-build home, a summer house for their back garden and laser eye surgery while squandering up to £700 a month on groceries in what the prosecution described as “their version of Supermarket ...Ex-cop and wife guilty of 'abhorrent' £60k theft from his elderly mum to fund lavish lifestyleScottish Daily RecordEx-police couple face jail for stealing from motherThe Timesall 5 news articles »
(18-08-2017)

Popular Nigerian Promoter, T-Money Arrested And Jailed In UK For Laundering 1million Pounds - Information Nigeria

Popular Nigerian Promoter, T-Money Arrested And Jailed In UK For Laundering 1million PoundsInformation NigeriaOfficers found a number of credit cards and a number of fraudulent documents, including a driving licence with Adu's picture but using an alias. When police researched this name they found a bank account which had been used in 2014 to receive £50,000 ...
(18-08-2017)
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