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If the charge cap fits, wear itFT AdviserIn a new report, sponsored by Standard Life (and written by a former Aegon UK employee, Rachel Vahey) the institute claimed that other factors have a much greater bearing on the outcome of a pension fund performance. The report, called Value for money ...
Spectator.co.uk (blog)Money digest: today's need-to-know financial newsSpectator.co.uk (blog)According to a study by Close Brothers Asset Management, Britain's pension pots are nearing a record high as savers benefit from a resurgent stockmarket. The average fund has grown by 136 per cent since 2002, with ... With the UK economy lacking ...
CompaniesOfcom review a welcome delivery for Royal Mail sharesFinancial TimesRoyal Mail was the biggest riser on the FTSE 100 shortly after the opening bell on Wednesday, its shares jumping 2.5 per cent to 533p, after the UK's communications regulator delivered its verdict on Britain's postal market. Here FT's ... Consumer ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukWe helped my dad buy his retirement home - now he can't move without paying extra stamp dutyTelegraph.co.ukRegulation also makes it harder for them to get a mortgage, meaning many end up trapped in homes because of lack of funds to downsize. Even porting mortgages can be difficult for older people, with many turned away by risk-averse banks who impose ...and more »
Maldon and Burnham StandardWoman working as clairvoyant fraudulently claimed nearly £27000 in benefitsMaldon and Burnham StandardGordon Collins, of the Fraud and Error Service at the Department for Work and Pensions said: “I can confirm that DWP have recently successfully prosecuted Amanda Barrymore for failing to declare that she was working as a clairvoyant. ... “I cannot ...and more »
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If the charge cap fits, wear it - FT Adviser

If the charge cap fits, wear itFT AdviserIn a new report, sponsored by Standard Life (and written by a former Aegon UK employee, Rachel Vahey) the institute claimed that other factors have a much greater bearing on the outcome of a pension fund performance. The report, called Value for money ...
(25-05-2016)

Money digest: today's need-to-know financial news - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Money digest: today's need-to-know financial newsSpectator.co.uk (blog)According to a study by Close Brothers Asset Management, Britain's pension pots are nearing a record high as savers benefit from a resurgent stockmarket. The average fund has grown by 136 per cent since 2002, with ... With the UK economy lacking ...
(25-05-2016)

CompaniesOfcom review a welcome delivery for Royal Mail shares - Financial Times

CompaniesOfcom review a welcome delivery for Royal Mail sharesFinancial TimesRoyal Mail was the biggest riser on the FTSE 100 shortly after the opening bell on Wednesday, its shares jumping 2.5 per cent to 533p, after the UK's communications regulator delivered its verdict on Britain's postal market. Here FT's ... Consumer ...and more »
(25-05-2016)

We helped my dad buy his retirement home - now he can't move without paying extra stamp duty - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWe helped my dad buy his retirement home - now he can't move without paying extra stamp dutyTelegraph.co.ukRegulation also makes it harder for them to get a mortgage, meaning many end up trapped in homes because of lack of funds to downsize. Even porting mortgages can be difficult for older people, with many turned away by risk-averse banks who impose ...and more »
(25-05-2016)

Woman working as clairvoyant fraudulently claimed nearly £27000 in benefits - Maldon and Burnham Standard

Maldon and Burnham StandardWoman working as clairvoyant fraudulently claimed nearly £27000 in benefitsMaldon and Burnham StandardGordon Collins, of the Fraud and Error Service at the Department for Work and Pensions said: “I can confirm that DWP have recently successfully prosecuted Amanda Barrymore for failing to declare that she was working as a clairvoyant. ... “I cannot ...and more »
(25-05-2016)

Woman working as clairvoyant fraudulently claimed nearly £27000 in benefits - Clacton and Frinton Gazette

Clacton and Frinton GazetteWoman working as clairvoyant fraudulently claimed nearly £27000 in benefitsClacton and Frinton GazetteGordon Collins, of the Fraud and Error Service at the Department for Work and Pensions said: “I can confirm that DWP have recently successfully prosecuted Amanda Barrymore for failing to declare that she was working as a clairvoyant. ... “I cannot ...and more »
(25-05-2016)

Woman working as clairvoyant fraudulently claimed nearly £27000 in benefits - Gazette

GazetteWoman working as clairvoyant fraudulently claimed nearly £27000 in benefitsGazetteGordon Collins, of the Fraud and Error Service at the Department for Work and Pensions said: “I can confirm that DWP have recently successfully prosecuted Amanda Barrymore for failing to declare that she was working as a clairvoyant. ... “I cannot ...and more »
(25-05-2016)

Donald Trump picks up endorsement from Rick Santorum – campaign live - The Guardian

The GuardianDonald Trump picks up endorsement from Rick Santorum – campaign liveThe GuardianGawker founder Nick Denton said earlier Tuesday that he suspected there was anonymous money behind multiple lawsuits targeting Gawker. The New York Times ..... “We were ground-zero for this mortgage meltdown... housing prices wiped out 51%.” “In the ...and more »
(24-05-2016)

Sanders calls for recanvass in Kentucky primary – campaign live - The Guardian

The GuardianSanders calls for recanvass in Kentucky primary – campaign liveThe GuardianBut four months later, it was still unclear where Trump had sent the money – or whether he had sent the money. Last Friday, Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said the money had been disbursed: “The money is fully spent,” Lewandowski said.and more »
(24-05-2016)

Superannuation concessions are still 'very generous', Turnbull tells Alan Jones - The Guardian

The GuardianSuperannuation concessions are still 'very generous', Turnbull tells Alan JonesThe GuardianTurnbull criticised Labor's negative gearing policy by claiming “rich people” who earn income from rent and shares would still be able to lower their tax on that income with negatively geared property. By contrast people who earned income from ...and more »
(24-05-2016)

Will foreign superannuation transfers be counted under Australia's $500000 cap? - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial ReviewWill foreign superannuation transfers be counted under Australia's $500000 cap?The Australian Financial ReviewThe proposed after-tax contribution cap has triggered much anxiety. Now it's the turn of savers wanting to transfer super from other countries, says Sam Henderson, who answers your questions on superannuation. Q: I have pension funds in the UK which ...and more »
(24-05-2016)

Mortgage that lets you pass on wealth to your children: Nationwide's plan to help young people buy a home - This is Money

This is MoneyMortgage that lets you pass on wealth to your children: Nationwide's plan to help young people buy a homeThis is MoneyAnd it was also seeking to develop what he termed a 'reverse mortgage' so retirees could free up money in their homes for their own spending. He stressed this would ... 'A huge proportion of the wealth of the UK is in property,' Garner said. 'Inter ...Nationwide warns over mortgage competition as profits rise 9%AOL Money UKNationwide profits rise to £1.3bnBBC NewsClydesdale Bank targets young, cool customers, as Nationwide goes for the old and richTelegraph.co.ukCity A.M. -FT Adviserall 35 news articles »
(24-05-2016)

ASK TONY: Nationwide owes me £4750 after I bought a faulty VW Golf – but it won't pay out - This is Money

This is MoneyASK TONY: Nationwide owes me £4750 after I bought a faulty VW Golf – but it won't pay outThis is MoneyIn June, my son and I bought a Volkswagen Golf for £4,750. I paid £650 of this on my Nationwide credit card after reading in your column that this would give me protection under the Consumer Credit Act. After two weeks, the car gave me trouble and was ...and more »
(24-05-2016)

ASK TONY: Nationwide owes me £4750 after I bought a faulty VW Golf using – but it won't pay out - This is Money

This is MoneyASK TONY: Nationwide owes me £4750 after I bought a faulty VW Golf using – but it won't pay outThis is MoneyIn June, my son and I bought a Volkswagen Golf for £4,750. I paid £650 of this on my Nationwide credit card after reading in your column that this would give me protection under the Consumer Credit Act. After two weeks, the car gave me trouble and was ...and more »
(24-05-2016)

Family-of-six shows how easy it is to raise £1000 a year for a great summer holiday - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukFamily-of-six shows how easy it is to raise £1000 a year for a great summer holidayMirror.co.ukIt's no wonder we continue to feel squeezed as new figures show households are now spending around £674 a month on essential bills such as water, energy and mortgages or rent. ... “There is loads you can do to make the most of your money,” he says.
(24-05-2016)
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