Telegraph.co.uk£89 for unwanted softwareTelegraph.co.ukI have a John Lewis & Waitrose Partnership card with which I make most of my credit card purchases. Four months ago I was debited with £89 with a merchant reference I did not recognise. I queried this with the card provider and the £89 was refunded ...and more »
This is MoneyFUND FOCUS: Law Debenture is a law unto itself – the global trust with a split personalityThis is MoneyBy Personal Finance Reporter For The Mail On Sunday ... Now, the corporate services arm's activities range from acting as independent trustees for company pension schemes through to offering a whistleblowing facility for employees if they are aware of ...
This is MoneyJEFF PRESTRIDGE: How six workers who lost their jobs after their employers went bust stopped a pensions abyssThis is MoneyOn Wednesday, while the heat was intensifying on Sir Philip Green to plug the gaping hole (a £571 million hole) in the BHS pension scheme, six middle-aged gentlemen were quietly allowed into the armed courtyard of 10 Downing Street. Their mission, to ...MPs invite Sir Philip Green to answer questions over BHS collapsePoliticsHome.comBHS - The 'Dead Store Walking' That Never Really Had a ChanceHuffington Post UKall 36 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukNegative rates are bad for everyone - just ask Sir Philip GreenTelegraph.co.ukTo many of us, it's been obvious for a long time now that ultra-low interest rates are doing more harm than good, driving up house prices and mortgage debt for no particular benefit to consumption and business investment. Quite the reverse, in ...JON REES: What was Sir Philip Green thinking and why did we not learn when Comet went bust after being sold for £1?This is Moneyall 36 news articles »
Personal Account: If you want a pension done properly, DIYThe Sunday TimesProbably the biggest personal finance change in living memory is the recent requirement for almost all of us to think about how we will pay for our final years. When I was young, many otherwise well-informed folk believed that paternalistic employers ...