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Express.co.ukAnnuity rates could make income drawdown the default retirement optionExpress.co.ukDrawdown allows retirees to take a portion of their pension fund as income while leaving the rest invested. This is an increasingly attractive alternative to locking into an annuity, with rates collapsing. A 65-year-old with a £100,000 pension ...
Business Insider UKThe unlikely history behind one of Wall Street's iconic fundsBusiness Insider UKDalio's trust assets remain in All Weather, and now it manages money for institutional investors like public pensions and endowments. Firmwide, Bridgewater Associates managed $152 billion as of last year, according to a regulatory filing. The All ...and more »
Mirror.co.ukHow to save an extra £980 on the price of a new carMirror.co.ukResearch from Andrew Hagger at Moneycomms.co.uk shows taking out a personal loan could cost you £980 more over three years, compared to using a 0% money transfer credit card , where you transfer cash directly into your bank account.
MoneyWeek (blog)Britain's Latest Property AddictBloombergAndy Haldane's idea is hardly controversial -- thousands of Britons are of the same mind -- but it's staggering that the BOE's chief economist seems to share the simplistic view that U.K. property is a one-way bet. Haldane's comments were made in a ...Why a pension beats a buy-to-let flat hands downMoneyWeek (blog)Bank of England boss Andy Haldane says you're better off putting money into PROPERTYDaily Mail'Property a better bet than pensions', says Bank of England chief economistNew Zealand Heraldall 52 news articles »
AOL Money UKMortgage approvals at 18-month low, says Bank of EnglandBBC NewsThe Bank of England figures also show that growth in the amount being borrowed by consumers on credit cards and other loans eased off in July. UK residents borrowed an extra £1.2bn during the month - down from £1.9bn in June, and 17% less than in July ...Mortgage approvals at lowest level since January 2015AOL Money UKMortgage approvals fall to an 18-month low in July as Brexit vote hits property transactionsThis is Moneyall 35 news articles »
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