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the Irish NewsFinancial advisers expect further changes to state pensionsthe Irish NewsTHERE are rumblings on the horizon in the world of pensions again this week, this time with regard, not to your personal or workplace pension, but with regard to your state pension, as financed by your National Insurance contributions. A new research ...
This is MoneyTONY HETHERINGTON: Between the Rock and a hard place in binary fiascoThis is MoneyIf you lose, you lose 100 per cent of your money. Over the ... K.G. writes: I decided to take my tax-free lump sum of £7,103 from my pension, after being given figures by pension company NPI and annuity adviser Just Retirement. Imagine my ... If you ...
NEWS.com.auPlan to starve the credit card 'monster'NEWS.com.auThis situation has been able to develop because contrary to popular wisdom — even among money experts and regulators — there is no law setting a minimum monthly repayment. Inquiry deputy chairman ... Leading consumer advocate Kat Lane, principal ...Big Debt Switch: ASIC calls for higher minimum credit card repayments so ...Herald Sunall 9 news articles »
The Guardian'Worrying trend' as older people cash in pension pots to pay off rising debtsThe GuardianMortgage debt is the most common form, with more than one in three still paying off their home loan; 14% of retirees hold credit or store card debt, and 6% have unsecured loans. Charities are concerned pensioners will be worst ... Pension freedom ...
Reuters UKDespite raids, Macau pawn shops still help flout currency rulesReuters UKThe transaction, which took less than 10 minutes, shows the ease with which Chinese gamblers in Macau, which generates more than five times the gambling revenue of Las Vegas, can use credit cards to skirt China's currency restrictions, which limit ...and more »
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Financial advisers expect further changes to state pensions - the Irish News

the Irish NewsFinancial advisers expect further changes to state pensionsthe Irish NewsTHERE are rumblings on the horizon in the world of pensions again this week, this time with regard, not to your personal or workplace pension, but with regard to your state pension, as financed by your National Insurance contributions. A new research ...
(31-08-2015)

TONY HETHERINGTON: Between the Rock and a hard place in binary fiasco - This is Money

This is MoneyTONY HETHERINGTON: Between the Rock and a hard place in binary fiascoThis is MoneyIf you lose, you lose 100 per cent of your money. Over the ... K.G. writes: I decided to take my tax-free lump sum of £7,103 from my pension, after being given figures by pension company NPI and annuity adviser Just Retirement. Imagine my ... If you ...
(30-08-2015)

Plan to starve the credit card 'monster' - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auPlan to starve the credit card 'monster'NEWS.com.auThis situation has been able to develop because contrary to popular wisdom — even among money experts and regulators — there is no law setting a minimum monthly repayment. Inquiry deputy chairman ... Leading consumer advocate Kat Lane, principal ...Big Debt Switch: ASIC calls for higher minimum credit card repayments so ...Herald Sunall 9 news articles »
(30-08-2015)

'Worrying trend' as older people cash in pension pots to pay off rising debts - The Guardian

The Guardian'Worrying trend' as older people cash in pension pots to pay off rising debtsThe GuardianMortgage debt is the most common form, with more than one in three still paying off their home loan; 14% of retirees hold credit or store card debt, and 6% have unsecured loans. Charities are concerned pensioners will be worst ... Pension freedom ...
(30-08-2015)

Despite raids, Macau pawn shops still help flout currency rules - Reuters UK

Reuters UKDespite raids, Macau pawn shops still help flout currency rulesReuters UKThe transaction, which took less than 10 minutes, shows the ease with which Chinese gamblers in Macau, which generates more than five times the gambling revenue of Las Vegas, can use credit cards to skirt China's currency restrictions, which limit ...and more »
(30-08-2015)

Despite raids, Macau pawn shops still help flout currency rules - Daily Mail

Despite raids, Macau pawn shops still help flout currency rulesDaily MailThe transaction, which took less than 10 minutes, shows the ease with which Chinese gamblers in Macau, which generates more than five times the gambling revenue of Las Vegas, can use credit cards to skirt China's currency restrictions, which limit ...and more »
(30-08-2015)

'I cashed in final salary pension for £272000. Can I turn it into £1m?' - The Times

The Times'I cashed in final salary pension for £272000. Can I turn it into £1m?'The Times... £90,000 at age 65 and a £12,500 annual pension, for a money lump sum of £272,000. Mr Beglarian and his spouse Liz, each 57, now personal a small property and lettings company. ... The cash, held in a Scottish Widows retirement account, is invested ...
(29-08-2015)

HSBC say all of 275000 payments missed in computer meltdown are now processed - This is Money

This is MoneyHSBC say all of 275000 payments missed in computer meltdown are now processedThis is MoneyIt's typically used for making regular payments such as salaries, pensions, state benefits and tax credits - almost 90 per cent of the UK workforce are paid using Bacs direct credit, figures show. More than 150,000 UK organisations currently use it ...and more »
(29-08-2015)

Clydesdale and Yorkshire best-buy purchase credit card with 26 months 0% interest - This is Money

This is MoneyClydesdale and Yorkshire best-buy purchase credit card with 26 months 0% interestThis is MoneyBy Emma Gunn for Thisismoney.co.uk. Published: 03:08 EST, ... The credit card beats the previous best-buy deal - the Post Office's Matched card - by one month, giving borrowers looking to spread the cost of their spending with a purchase promotion the ...
(29-08-2015)

'Fake villa owner stole our £2400' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Fake villa owner stole our £2400'Telegraph.co.ukThis is true enough but you had made inquiries before sending the money and safer options such as paying by credit card are not always available in such circumstances. For tips about online scams, see getsafeonline.org. • If you want to contact Jessica ...and more »
(29-08-2015)

A system for getting your child a property that starts with charging them - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukA system for getting your child a property that starts with charging themTelegraph.co.ukYou could lend the money over a different term to the mortgage, or take an equity share in the property rather than interest. “It really is down to what suits you as a family,” Mr Boulger said. “You can choose to set up these arrangements on a very ...and more »
(29-08-2015)

Advice: Can I draw down money from my pension? - Larne Times

Advice: Can I draw down money from my pension?Larne TimesQ: I have heard that there have been some changes in the Summer Budget with regard the new Pension Wise project. I'm 50 with a personal pension and I want to draw down some money from it. Can I get a Pension Wise appointment at Citizens Advice?and more »
(29-08-2015)

Book a Pension Wise appointment - Belfast Newsletter

Belfast NewsletterBook a Pension Wise appointmentBelfast NewsletterQ: I have heard that there have been some changes in the Summer Budget with regard the new Pension Wise project, I'm 50 with a personal pension I want to draw down some money from it. Can I get a Pension Wise appointment at Citizens Advice?and more »
(29-08-2015)

Sainsbury's waves in contactless payments with £30 card pay limit - The Guardian

The GuardianSainsbury's waves in contactless payments with £30 card pay limitThe GuardianSimilarly, Nationwide's credit cards don't allow contactless payments. Mass take-up of the technology was slow to start with, but usage exploded last year: MasterCard this week revealed that spending by British consumers on contactless cards has ...Will you use cash in 10 years?moneyfacts.co.ukall 22 news articles »
(29-08-2015)

Towns the UK property boom forgot: 'We sold at a £410000 loss' - The Guardian

The GuardianTowns the UK property boom forgot: 'We sold at a £410000 loss'The GuardianSo he cobbled together the money, stretching himself to the limit with a huge £485,000 mortgage, plus his deposit. But this was autumn 2007, and this was Northern Ireland. For a brief moment in time a province that was a byword for violence transformed ...
(29-08-2015)
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