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Low mortgage rates are disappearing fastThe Times (subscription)Swap rates, which determine the cost of borrowing money for lenders and in turn affect the rates set for borrowers, have been rising. Andrew Montlake, of Coreco, a mortgage broker, says: “We have probably seen the end of the very cheapest rates as swap ...and more »
This is MoneyCo-op mortgage customers face delays after bank ends agreement with outsourcing firm CapitaThis is MoneyThe bank, which began contracting out its mortgaging administration to Capita last year, has been involved in a dispute with the company over payments – with both sides claiming the other owes money. Hundreds of staff at Capita's headquarters in ...
Columbus Ledger-EnquirerVirgin Money, founded by Sir Richard Branson, inks deal with TSYSColumbus Ledger-EnquirerTSYS said the long-term agreement with Virgin Money is on top of its previous contract with the UK-based bank that offers a variety of services for its more than 3 million customers, including savings accounts, mortgages, credit cards, currency ...and more »
BT.comMoney for nothing? The UK's worst hidden feesBT.comOf course in truth, these fees are nothing to do with the admin involved arranging the mortgage. They are really just another way for lenders to make a few quid out of a low interest mortgage. After all, they are happy to offer fee-free mortgages with ...
Telegraph.co.ukSavers to miss out on £360m in free pension money this yearTelegraph.co.ukBased on the most recent HMRC figures available, covering the tax year 2014-15, £20.3bn was saved through personal pensions. Over half of this is in the form of employer contributions which are paid gross of tax, so nothing extra needs to be claimed.I don't pay tax but do contribute to a pension - can I get tax relief on my payments?This is Moneyall 27 news articles »
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Low mortgage rates are disappearing fast - The Times (subscription)

Low mortgage rates are disappearing fastThe Times (subscription)Swap rates, which determine the cost of borrowing money for lenders and in turn affect the rates set for borrowers, have been rising. Andrew Montlake, of Coreco, a mortgage broker, says: “We have probably seen the end of the very cheapest rates as swap ...and more »
(03-12-2016)

Co-op mortgage customers face delays after bank ends agreement with outsourcing firm Capita - This is Money

This is MoneyCo-op mortgage customers face delays after bank ends agreement with outsourcing firm CapitaThis is MoneyThe bank, which began contracting out its mortgaging administration to Capita last year, has been involved in a dispute with the company over payments – with both sides claiming the other owes money. Hundreds of staff at Capita's headquarters in ...
(02-12-2016)

Virgin Money, founded by Sir Richard Branson, inks deal with TSYS - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Columbus Ledger-EnquirerVirgin Money, founded by Sir Richard Branson, inks deal with TSYSColumbus Ledger-EnquirerTSYS said the long-term agreement with Virgin Money is on top of its previous contract with the UK-based bank that offers a variety of services for its more than 3 million customers, including savings accounts, mortgages, credit cards, currency ...and more »
(02-12-2016)

Money for nothing? The UK's worst hidden fees - BT.com

BT.comMoney for nothing? The UK's worst hidden feesBT.comOf course in truth, these fees are nothing to do with the admin involved arranging the mortgage. They are really just another way for lenders to make a few quid out of a low interest mortgage. After all, they are happy to offer fee-free mortgages with ...
(02-12-2016)

Savers to miss out on £360m in free pension money this year - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukSavers to miss out on £360m in free pension money this yearTelegraph.co.ukBased on the most recent HMRC figures available, covering the tax year 2014-15, £20.3bn was saved through personal pensions. Over half of this is in the form of employer contributions which are paid gross of tax, so nothing extra needs to be claimed.I don't pay tax but do contribute to a pension - can I get tax relief on my payments?This is Moneyall 27 news articles »
(02-12-2016)

How to protect yourself from credit card fraud online - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHow to protect yourself from credit card fraud onlineTelegraph.co.ukThis information can include everything from name and contact details to home address, credit card number and date of birth. Depending on the type of information available, criminals can either guess the rest of your financial details and begin ...and more »
(02-12-2016)

Virgin Money to hike ICR to 145% - Mortgage Strategy

Mortgage StrategyVirgin Money to hike ICR to 145%Mortgage StrategyVirgin Money is raising its interest coverage ratio from 125 per cent to 145 per cent from next Monday. The lender will also change its interest rate stress from 5.74 per cent to 5.50 per cent for all tracker and fixed loans of less than five years ...
(02-12-2016)

How is UK inflation measured and how does it affect our finances? - BT.com

BT.comHow is UK inflation measured and how does it affect our finances?BT.comHowever, the UK is due to adopt a new method in 2017. The ONS are planning to add housing costs to a ... For your money to have the same spending power year on year then your income, regardless of whether it's from a pension or salary from paid work ...and more »
(02-12-2016)

I don't pay tax but do contribute to a pension - can I get tax relief on my payments? - This is Money

This is MoneyI don't pay tax but do contribute to a pension - can I get tax relief on my payments?This is MoneyI'm 59 years of age and have been disabled for some 10 years. I am a non-taxpayer. I still contribute £150 to my private pension scheme but because I am a non-taxpayer HMRC has told me that I cannot get the 20 per cent pension tax relief rebate.and more »
(02-12-2016)

Landlords flock to set up companies and hike rents to beat government crackdown on buy-to-let tax breaks - This is Money

This is MoneyLandlords flock to set up companies and hike rents to beat government crackdown on buy-to-let tax breaksThis is MoneyResearch from Kent Reliance reveals that 100,000 buy-to-let mortgages were given to limited companies in the first nine months of the year, double the total number in the whole of 2015 and over 12,000 a month in the last quarter. This is only the ...Landlords scramble to avoid higher buy-to-let taxes, report findsThe Guardianall 17 news articles »
(02-12-2016)

Newcastle University experts say hackers can steal your card details in six seconds - Daily Mail

Daily MailNewcastle University experts say hackers can steal your card details in six secondsDaily MailAcademics say security flaws mean it is 'frighteningly easy' to collect the number, expiry date and the three digit security code of Visa cards. These are all the details a fraudster needs to transfer money from a bank account or rack up huge spending ...Your Credit Card Can Be Hacked In Just Six Seconds: StudyNDTVIt takes six seconds to hack a credit cardgulfnews.comCriminals take just six seconds to guess Visa card number and code, experts findAOL Money UKall 27 news articles »
(02-12-2016)

8 things successful married couples never do with their money - Business Insider

Business Insider8 things successful married couples never do with their moneyBusiness InsiderSuccessful couples "never hide [money] from each other and they never use it as a point of resentment or as a weapon in a conversation," Capalad says. From revealing their credit card debt to discussing day-to-day purchases, couples in successful ...and more »
(01-12-2016)

Former Sipp manager fights watchdog's industry ban - Telegraph.co.uk

Former Sipp manager fights watchdog's industry banTelegraph.co.ukThis included 517 people with generous defined-benefit pensions. Most of the participants put at least some of money into Harlequin, an unregulated overseas property firm that the Serious Fraud Office has been investigating for the past three years.and more »
(01-12-2016)

Top tips for saving money on Christmas gifts as average spend per person is set to top £748 - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukTop tips for saving money on Christmas gifts as average spend per person is set to top £748Mirror.co.uk... with the average person spending £748. Here's a few changes and tips for how to save money on your Christmas gifts in 2016 ... According to Rubicon Project's UK consumer survey , the average person is anticipated to spend £748 this Christmas, up ...
(01-12-2016)

TSYS Inks Debit Processing Services Deal With Virgin Money - PYMNTS.com

PYMNTS.comTSYS Inks Debit Processing Services Deal With Virgin MoneyPYMNTS.comIn a press release, TSYS said Virgin Money had previously selected TSYS' Ts2 platform to support its portfolio of cards in the U.K. Under the deal, TSYS will give Virgin Money a flexible and reliable card processing service. “After the successful ...TSYS signs debit processing deal with Virgin MoneyIBS Intelligence (blog) (subscription)all 2 news articles »
(01-12-2016)
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