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The GuardianFrom solicitors to scientists: how the 2008 recession continues to affect wagesThe GuardianDo you feel as if you never have enough money? New data might explain why – a report by the TUC, published on Wednesday, found that Britain has been hit by a bigger fall in real wages since the financial crisis than any other OECD country apart from ...
Telegraph.co.ukNegative interest rates: necessary evil or symbol of greed?Telegraph.co.ukEven then, some parts of the business would benefit – Barclaycard, for instance, would benefit modestly as the fall in funding costs would be greater than any fall in credit card interest rates. Britain's banking chiefs are adamant they will do all ...and more »
This Is WiltshireTeacher's sadness after adminstrators called in to schoolThis Is WiltshireA TEACHER has spoken of her sadness at the closure of the school where she worked after administrators were called in. Administrators were called in to Ferndale House Preparatory School in Faringdon, Oxfordshire, on July 22, she said. Staff, many of ...and more »
The RegisterUK's 'Sir King Cash' card fraudster ordered to cough up £560000The RegisterIn total, it is estimated Benson went through more than 2,000 stolen credit cards. After running the scheme over the course of a year, both Benson and his partner were subsequently caught and convicted of fraud and money laundering in July of 2015.and more »
Telegraph.co.ukMy pension dilemma: £40,000 a year for life – or £1.3m now?Telegraph.co.ukSky-high payouts and a growing desire to avoid inheritance tax are just two of the factors driving a surge in the number of retirees willing to swap their “and more »
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From solicitors to scientists: how the 2008 recession continues to affect wages - The Guardian

The GuardianFrom solicitors to scientists: how the 2008 recession continues to affect wagesThe GuardianDo you feel as if you never have enough money? New data might explain why – a report by the TUC, published on Wednesday, found that Britain has been hit by a bigger fall in real wages since the financial crisis than any other OECD country apart from ...
(30-07-2016)

Negative interest rates: necessary evil or symbol of greed? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukNegative interest rates: necessary evil or symbol of greed?Telegraph.co.ukEven then, some parts of the business would benefit – Barclaycard, for instance, would benefit modestly as the fall in funding costs would be greater than any fall in credit card interest rates. Britain's banking chiefs are adamant they will do all ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

Teacher's sadness after adminstrators called in to school - This Is Wiltshire

This Is WiltshireTeacher's sadness after adminstrators called in to schoolThis Is WiltshireA TEACHER has spoken of her sadness at the closure of the school where she worked after administrators were called in. Administrators were called in to Ferndale House Preparatory School in Faringdon, Oxfordshire, on July 22, she said. Staff, many of ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

UK's 'Sir King Cash' card fraudster ordered to cough up £560000 - The Register

The RegisterUK's 'Sir King Cash' card fraudster ordered to cough up £560000The RegisterIn total, it is estimated Benson went through more than 2,000 stolen credit cards. After running the scheme over the course of a year, both Benson and his partner were subsequently caught and convicted of fraud and money laundering in July of 2015.and more »
(30-07-2016)

My pension dilemma: £40,000 a year for life – or £1.3m now? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMy pension dilemma: £40,000 a year for life – or £1.3m now?Telegraph.co.ukSky-high payouts and a growing desire to avoid inheritance tax are just two of the factors driving a surge in the number of retirees willing to swap their “and more »
(30-07-2016)

My pension dilemma: £40000 a year for life – or £1.3m now? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMy pension dilemma: £40000 a year for life – or £1.3m now?Telegraph.co.ukMr Major is one of an increasing number being offered a transfer value for their final salary pension high enough that they can invest the money within a self-invested personal pension and then enjoy dividends and bond interest that matches the income ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

The outdated pensions that force investors to pay 75pc more - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe outdated pensions that force investors to pay 75pc moreTelegraph.co.ukMillions of pension savers are being deprived of good-quality fund management by restrictive practices and punitive charges that could cut the return on a £and more »
(30-07-2016)

Family holidays with friends: a survival guide - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFamily holidays with friends: a survival guideTelegraph.co.ukThat friend who is always just a fraction slow to fish out the credit card when the bill comes, the old pal who seems to somehow always buy just one round if the two of you have three, the “I didn't have a starter” merchant… tolerable on a monthly ...
(30-07-2016)

Interest rate cut: good news for mortgages, bad news for savers - The Guardian

The GuardianInterest rate cut: good news for mortgages, bad news for saversThe GuardianThose with large tracker mortgages can prepare to break out the prosecco. If you rely on savings ... Anna Bowes, who runs SavingsChampion.co.uk, says many savings accounts can't actually accommodate a 0.25% cut because they are already paying rates ...Negative interest rates: necessary evil or symbol of greed?Telegraph.co.ukInterest rate cut: what will it mean for the UK economy?The GuardianThe unbearable lightness of interest ratesInvestors Chronicle (blog)all 30 news articles »
(30-07-2016)

Easyjet customers still waiting for refunds after flights cancelled - The Guardian

The GuardianEasyjet customers still waiting for refunds after flights cancelledThe GuardianI accepted, and immediately sent my credit card details. Nothing was paid. I have been ... This week Money was contacted by another passenger who had helped the airline out by agreeing to get off a flight from Turkey to the UK. It was caused by the ...
(30-07-2016)

Sir Philip Green loses only reputation over MPs' report on BHS - Irish Times

Irish TimesSir Philip Green loses only reputation over MPs' report on BHSIrish TimesFrom the perspective of British MPs, the report into the calamitous demise of British high street stalwart BHS, and the role of retail supremo Sir Philip Green in it, might have been titled: “How to Make a Corporate Killing Legally.” It's a game Green ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

Martin Lewis: Five key travel money tips (just don't get it at the airport!) - Bournemouth Echo

Martin Lewis: Five key travel money tips (just don't get it at the airport!)Bournemouth EchoIf you don't want or can't get a credit card, the www.Travelex.co.uk Supercard does the same thing, and doesn't credit score, so anyone can get it. You link it to your existing debit or credit cards, then it charges them in pounds, at that day's ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

Interest rate cut: what will it mean for the UK economy? - The Guardian

The GuardianInterest rate cut: what will it mean for the UK economy?The GuardianFor borrowers with tracker deals that are pegged to the UK interest rate, monthly costs will fall from September. The Nationwide building society has just under 600,000 people on its “base mortgage rate”, which is charged at 2% above the Bank base rate.The unbearable lightness of interest ratesInvestors Chronicle (blog)all 27 news articles »
(29-07-2016)

Britain casts doubt on EDF's $24 billion nuclear project - Reuters

ReutersBritain casts doubt on EDF's $24 billion nuclear projectReutersLONDON Britain has cast doubt on a $24 billion project with French utility EDF to build the UK's first new nuclear plant in decades, delaying a final decision on the plan just weeks after the Brexit vote ushered in a new prime minister. The surprise ...and more »
(29-07-2016)

'No job, not a problem': Mortgage lender targets the unemployed in a bid to bring back sub-prime 'liar loans' - This is Money

This is Money'No job, not a problem': Mortgage lender targets the unemployed in a bid to bring back sub-prime 'liar loans'This is MoneyUnemployed Loans, a lender which promises to bring back self-certification mortgages, boasts on its website that it is able to defy UK regulators and offer loans to those without a job and who are unable to prove their income. On its website the firm ...Boss of self cert lender lashes out at FCA over latest warningMortgage Strategyall 3 news articles »
(29-07-2016)
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