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Money MarketingFCA sanctions IFA firm over pension transfer concernsMoney MarketingThe supervisory notice says: “When questioned by the [FCA] about the pension switches done to the account offered by the Sipp provider, the firm said it understood that the account 'was not a Sipp, it was personal pension with a deferred Sipp option'.and more »
Telegraph.co.ukDeutsche Bank prepares to take the axe to staff bonusesTelegraph.co.uk“Many people in the sector still believe they should be paid entrepreneurial wages for turning up to work with a regular salary, a pension and probably a healthcare scheme and playing with other people's money,” he told a press conference in Frankfurt ...and more »
AOL Money UKHow to pay off your mortgage years earlyAOL Money UKGenerally, that's about 10% of your mortgage balance. If you pay more than that, then you may have to stump up an Early Repayment Charge. If you can afford it, it's well worth shelling out a little extra each month on your mortgage repayment as it can ...
North Devon JournalSeven ways to get cash back from the tax manNorth Devon JournalEncouragingly, new figures from HMRC show published in early January show more than 1.3 million couples across the UK have boosted their finances with Marriage Allowance. "Four million people are eligible for this new allowance but three million don't ...and more »
WalesOnlineMortgage fraudster paid deposit for 'cocaine couple' with £20000 cash in plastic bagWalesOnlineHe arranged a mortgage on a property which was to be the couple's "dream home" — but in the name of Harding. The mortgage was being serviced by Harding — using money paid to him by the Honey-Joneses. Judge Paul Thomas told James he had been ...and more »
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FCA sanctions IFA firm over pension transfer concerns - Money Marketing

Money MarketingFCA sanctions IFA firm over pension transfer concernsMoney MarketingThe supervisory notice says: “When questioned by the [FCA] about the pension switches done to the account offered by the Sipp provider, the firm said it understood that the account 'was not a Sipp, it was personal pension with a deferred Sipp option'.and more »
(18-01-2017)

Deutsche Bank prepares to take the axe to staff bonuses - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukDeutsche Bank prepares to take the axe to staff bonusesTelegraph.co.uk“Many people in the sector still believe they should be paid entrepreneurial wages for turning up to work with a regular salary, a pension and probably a healthcare scheme and playing with other people's money,” he told a press conference in Frankfurt ...and more »
(18-01-2017)

How to pay off your mortgage years early - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKHow to pay off your mortgage years earlyAOL Money UKGenerally, that's about 10% of your mortgage balance. If you pay more than that, then you may have to stump up an Early Repayment Charge. If you can afford it, it's well worth shelling out a little extra each month on your mortgage repayment as it can ...
(18-01-2017)

Seven ways to get cash back from the tax man - North Devon Journal

North Devon JournalSeven ways to get cash back from the tax manNorth Devon JournalEncouragingly, new figures from HMRC show published in early January show more than 1.3 million couples across the UK have boosted their finances with Marriage Allowance. "Four million people are eligible for this new allowance but three million don't ...and more »
(18-01-2017)

Mortgage fraudster paid deposit for 'cocaine couple' with £20000 cash in plastic bag - WalesOnline

WalesOnlineMortgage fraudster paid deposit for 'cocaine couple' with £20000 cash in plastic bagWalesOnlineHe arranged a mortgage on a property which was to be the couple's "dream home" — but in the name of Harding. The mortgage was being serviced by Harding — using money paid to him by the Honey-Joneses. Judge Paul Thomas told James he had been ...and more »
(18-01-2017)

Business Live: Wednesday January 18 - BBC News

Business Live: Wednesday January 18BBC NewsEwen Cameron Watt, senior director at the BlackRock Investment Institute, told Wake up to Money that Rolls-Royce's behavior was "indefensible". He said that the shares rose so much, up 6.38% to 707.42p, because investors could "put a number" on how ...
(18-01-2017)

How to invest your bonus: If you're not off to the McLaren dealer, topping up a pension makes good sense - City A.M.

City A.M.How to invest your bonus: If you're not off to the McLaren dealer, topping up a pension makes good senseCity A.M.And if your bonus pushes you into the “personal allowance trap”, where your annual income is between £100,000 and £122,000, putting any income over £100,000 into a pension is a no-brainer. This group finds their personal allowance – the first £11,000 ...
(18-01-2017)

Some bought a much-needed new car or carried out urgent home repairs, - This is Money

This is MoneySome bought a much-needed new car or carried out urgent home repairs,This is MoneySince the U-turn, Money Mail has exposed the impact of this betrayal on pensioners through our Unlock Our Pensions campaign. Today, we can reveal the serious ... They also took out a £10,000 personal loan to help tide them over. The plan was to clear ...
(17-01-2017)

Banks hike cost of 10-year mortgages after price of funding them almost doubles in three months - This is Money

This is MoneyBanks hike cost of 10-year mortgages after price of funding them almost doubles in three monthsThis is MoneyBanks are increasing ten-year mortgage deal costs after the price of funding them almost doubled in three months. The average ten-year fixed rate is now 3.2 per cent, up from 3.12 per cent in October. On a typical £150,000 loan, this would increase ...
(17-01-2017)

Tesco Bank credit card customers hit by shock interest charges on their Christmas shopping - This is Money

This is MoneyTesco Bank credit card customers hit by shock interest charges on their Christmas shoppingThis is MoneyTesco Bank credit card customers are being stung by shock interest charges on their Christmas shopping. In October, the bank told customers they'd receive an interest payment holiday until March on purchases made in Tesco stores between November 1 ...
(17-01-2017)

ASK TONY: Thomson left us high and dry when it cancelled our £2k cruise via voicemail - This is Money

This is MoneyASK TONY: Thomson left us high and dry when it cancelled our £2k cruise via voicemailThis is MoneyMy main worry is that HMRC staff will have access to our personal details, bank accounts, passwords and more. ... A Saga spokesman says: 'It is irksome when you are not paid on time, but when that money is for a house purchase, then the consequences ...
(17-01-2017)

ASK TONY: Thomson left us high and dry after we paid £2k for a cruise – and they didn't book it - This is Money

This is MoneyASK TONY: Thomson left us high and dry after we paid £2k for a cruise – and they didn't book itThis is MoneyThomson Travel heard no more from you, and the cruise operator was chasing the money so they tried to phone you. A lady answered ... My main worry is that HMRC staff will have access to our personal details, bank accounts, passwords and more. How often ...
(17-01-2017)

UK inflation rises to 1.6% - Interactive Investor

UK inflation rises to 1.6%Interactive InvestorTom Stevenson, investment director for personal investing at Fidelity International, says: "Inflation is back with a vengeance. The weakening pound continues to drive prices higher and today's CPI reading of 1.6% on the back of rising fuel, food and ...and more »
(17-01-2017)

How thousands are slashing their mortgage bills - and how you can ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHow thousands are slashing their mortgage bills - and how you can ...Mirror.co.ukThere has been a HUGE increase in the number of homeowners remortgaging to cheaper new deals, chopping the cost of their homeloan. Here's how you can ...and more »
(17-01-2017)

How thousands are slashing their mortgage bills - and how you can too - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHow thousands are slashing their mortgage bills - and how you can tooMirror.co.ukAccording to the Council of Mortgage Lenders , around 34,700 borrowers remortgaged in November, up 13% from the year before. The value of those new ... In fact, you might actually save money on your monthly repayments! According to a study by TSB , the ...and more »
(17-01-2017)
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