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The Investment ObserverSummer holidays: will a pre-paid currency card save me money?The Investment ObserverUnlike a day-to-day British credit or debit card, if the money is lost it can be automatically transferred to another card and reissued, with no chance of thieves accessing your bank account. Similarly, pre-paid cash cards often avoid the costly ...
Daily MailWhy paying taxes by credit card probably isn't a good ideaDaily MailTaxes have to be paid, and putting them on your credit card might seem a good option. Maybe you need more time to come up with the money, or you're imagining the rewards you could rack up by putting a big expense on your card. But paying the IRS with ...and more »
shropshirestar.comOne in ten young Britons would leave the UK to buy an affordable home - and a quarter think only an inheritance will ...This is MoneyOne in 10 people aged between 18 and 34 are prepared to move out of the UK in order to be able to buy an affordable home, a survey by Halifax reveals. A quarter of young people think they will never be able to own their own home, while a further ...'Mixed fortunes' for home buyers, says mortgage lending bodyshropshirestar.comall 14 news articles »
FT AdviserOver one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage dealSunderland EchoL&C Mortgages added that by switching to a better deal, UK homeowners could save £216 each month or over £2,500 annually. Although 58% of homeowners have never re-mortgaged to save money. “Not only have we found over a third of homeowners are ...4 million families wasting £266 EVERY month thanks to a single mistakeMirror.co.ukMillions miss out on mortgage savings by staying on SVRsFT AdviserHalf of Brits have never remortgagedMortgage SolutionsProperty Wire -Financial Reporterall 47 news articles »
Wakefield ExpressOver one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage dealWakefield Express... to cut their monthly payments,' he explained.” L&C Mortgages added that by switching to a better deal, UK homeowners could save £216 each month or over £2,500 annually. Although 58 per cent of homeowners have never re-mortgaged to save money.and more »
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Summer holidays: will a pre-paid currency card save me money? - The Investment Observer

The Investment ObserverSummer holidays: will a pre-paid currency card save me money?The Investment ObserverUnlike a day-to-day British credit or debit card, if the money is lost it can be automatically transferred to another card and reissued, with no chance of thieves accessing your bank account. Similarly, pre-paid cash cards often avoid the costly ...
(23-03-2017)

Why paying taxes by credit card probably isn't a good idea - Daily Mail

Daily MailWhy paying taxes by credit card probably isn't a good ideaDaily MailTaxes have to be paid, and putting them on your credit card might seem a good option. Maybe you need more time to come up with the money, or you're imagining the rewards you could rack up by putting a big expense on your card. But paying the IRS with ...and more »
(23-03-2017)

One in ten young Britons would leave the UK to buy an affordable home - and a quarter think only an inheritance will ... - This is Money

shropshirestar.comOne in ten young Britons would leave the UK to buy an affordable home - and a quarter think only an inheritance will ...This is MoneyOne in 10 people aged between 18 and 34 are prepared to move out of the UK in order to be able to buy an affordable home, a survey by Halifax reveals. A quarter of young people think they will never be able to own their own home, while a further ...'Mixed fortunes' for home buyers, says mortgage lending bodyshropshirestar.comall 14 news articles »
(23-03-2017)

Over one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage deal - Sunderland Echo

FT AdviserOver one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage dealSunderland EchoL&C Mortgages added that by switching to a better deal, UK homeowners could save £216 each month or over £2,500 annually. Although 58% of homeowners have never re-mortgaged to save money. “Not only have we found over a third of homeowners are ...4 million families wasting £266 EVERY month thanks to a single mistakeMirror.co.ukMillions miss out on mortgage savings by staying on SVRsFT AdviserHalf of Brits have never remortgagedMortgage SolutionsProperty Wire -Financial Reporterall 47 news articles »
(23-03-2017)

Over one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage deal - Wakefield Express

Wakefield ExpressOver one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage dealWakefield Express... to cut their monthly payments,' he explained.” L&C Mortgages added that by switching to a better deal, UK homeowners could save £216 each month or over £2,500 annually. Although 58 per cent of homeowners have never re-mortgaged to save money.and more »
(23-03-2017)

Last-minute tips to cut your tax bill - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Last-minute tips to cut your tax billSpectator.co.uk (blog)'There can be other benefits of making pension contributions including pushing your overall net income below a level which protects your personal income tax allowance, which reduces for incomes over £100,000, or entitlement to child benefit, which ...and more »
(23-03-2017)

IFA replaced as head of FCA advisory panel - Money Marketing

Money MarketingIFA replaced as head of FCA advisory panelMoney Marketing“These companies may not be on every high street or be well known to general consumers, but still look after billions of pounds of customers' money and it's important their interests, and those of their customers and members, are well represented with ...and more »
(23-03-2017)

Nationwide launches mortgage aimed at parents helping their children to buy a home - The Sun

The SunNationwide launches mortgage aimed at parents helping their children to buy a homeThe SunBritain's biggest building society said the mortgage is aimed at home-owners looking to support other relatives. ... Parents who sign up to the deal are allowed to borrow extra money from their own mortgage to give to a child or grandchild to buy a house.Home loan to help you AND your children: Mortgage will allow parents to raise money while cutting their own billsDaily Mailall 3 news articles »
(23-03-2017)

Nationwide launches mortgage aimed at parents helping their ... - The Sun

The SunNationwide launches mortgage aimed at parents helping their ...The SunThe deal is only available to existing Nationwide mortgage members and those re-mortgaging with the society from another lender.Nationwide offers parents chance to get children on ladder | Daily ...Daily Mailall 3 news articles »
(23-03-2017)

Average house prices revealed, as quarter of young Brits rely on inheritance to get on the property ladder - The Sun

The SunAverage house prices revealed, as quarter of young Brits rely on inheritance to get on the property ladderThe SunComments. A QUARTER of young adults in Britain admit that they are relying on an inheritance to get on the property ladder, as house prices in the UK continue to soar. While 25 per cent of British ... The government lends you up to 20 per cent of the ...25% of young non-homeowners relying on inheritance to buy first propertyBelfast TelegraphOne in ten 18-34-year-olds prepared to rent forever: HalifaxMortgage Strategyall 10 news articles »
(23-03-2017)

Off the rails: Govt urged to wrest control of pensions and tax policy - Money Marketing

Money MarketingOff the rails: Govt urged to wrest control of pensions and tax policyMoney MarketingThe dramatic Budget U-turn which saw Philip Hammond ditch plans to raise National Insurance rates for the self-employed has left the Chancellor's reputation – and his financial plans – in tatters. Budget proposals do not always make it onto the statute ...and more »
(23-03-2017)

Number of landlords planning to sell up doubles since the buy-to-let crackdown was announced - and experts warn ... - This is Money

This is MoneyNumber of landlords planning to sell up doubles since the buy-to-let crackdown was announced - and experts warn ...This is MoneySeparate research by financial services firm Momentum UK claims the average renter is in far worse financial health than someone with a mortgage. Private renters go on fewer holidays, save less money and are more likely to make forced cutbacks than ...
(23-03-2017)

When will I get my pension, what is the state pension age and when will it change? - The Sun

The SunWhen will I get my pension, what is the state pension age and when will it change?The SunYou can receive money from both the state pension and your personal or workplace pension pot. With your ... For many years the age at which you can start to receive your state pension benefits has been 60 for women and 65 for men, but this is changing.State pension age could be raised to 70, says report - BBC NewsBBC Newsall 58 news articles »
(23-03-2017)

FCA crackdowns on Holborn Assets' UK division over pension transfers - The National

FCA crackdowns on Holborn Assets' UK division over pension transfersThe NationalUAE-based Holborn Assets is the latest international financial advisory firm to get caught up in a UK regulatory crackdown on pension transfers. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has ordered Holborn's UK division to cease all regulated pension ...
(23-03-2017)

Special Report: Industry steels itself for price hikes - Travel Weekly UK

Travel Weekly UKSpecial Report: Industry steels itself for price hikesTravel Weekly UK... someone pays a deposit, you're not sure whether you can charge for the card [on the balance].” However, he said the industry had made money on credit cards in the past, adding: “Any firm charging more than 1.5% [on card transactions] is making ...
(23-03-2017)
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