Mirror.co.ukHow safe are you paying with a credit card? The dangerous gap firms are exploiting to sidestep your rightsMirror.co.ukMartin Lewis, founder of MoneySavingExpert.com, said: “If you're buying anything costing over £100 I've always suggested you pay for at least some of it on a credit card to get the hugely valuable Section 75 protection. “Yet we now have the bizzare ...
AOL UKMortgage price war erupts as Nationwide unveils its lowest ever ratesAOL UKThe mortgage price war has been ramped up further as Britain's biggest building society has unveiled some of its lowest ever rates. Nationwide Building Society said that from Thursday, it is snipping rates on selected two and five-year fixed and two ...and more »
Escape pensioner poverty – can you claim benefits?moneyfacts.co.ukAge UK points out that millions of people aren't claiming Pension Credit, yet in doing so they could be missing out on a much-needed income boost – the credit has slightly increased this month, which means those who make a claim could increase their ...and more »
Sky NewsSantander cools fears for UK arm from BrexitSky NewsHours earlier, Santander UK reported a "degree of caution" in its own outlook for the UK economy, as rising inflation begins to hit consumer spending power. The lender voiced fears of an easing in credit growth to households and businesses alike while ...and more »
Spectator.co.uk (blog)What's happening in the world of personal finance? Spectator Money takes a closer lookSpectator.co.uk (blog)HMRC has issued its pension freedoms statistics for the first three months of 2017. The data shows that UK consumers withdrew £1.59 billion in the first quarter, and a total of £10.8 billion from pensions during the first two years of the pension freedoms.