ForbesAre Credit Cards More Innovative Than FinTech Startups?ForbesBarclaycard, the largest and first credit card issuer in the UK, turned 50 years old. In the 1960s, on both sides of the Atlantic, a revolution in how we make payments and borrow money was started. Fast forward, and in 2016 our wallets are overflowing ...
ABC OnlineBrexit: Who is running to be the UK Conservative Party's new leader?ABC OnlineA government investigation found he had breached the ministerial code by allowing an "inappropriate blurring of lines between official and personal relationships". He has also held the posts of junior foreign office minister and Conservative Party ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukBarclaycard turns 50: How five decades of credit cards have changed money for goodTelegraph.co.ukBut money was about to change in another, potentially more influential way than removing the old system of pounds, shillings and pence. On June 29 – 50 years ago – Barclaycard launched the UK's first credit card. The card – millions of which were sent ...Eight great benefits credit cards offer if you use them wiselyBT.comCredit cards turn 50Moneywise Magazine50 Years On For The Credit Card And We're Deeper In DebtiExpats.comall 13 news articles »
The GuardianUK interest rates: what would a cut mean for you?The GuardianWhen the base rate went to 0.5%, on paper, that suggested borrowers would have to pay -0.51%. Instead, C&G cut the rate to 0.01% - its computers could not handle mortgages at 0% – but did not actually go negative. But note that in money markets ...David Cameron warns the UK cannot guarantee Welsh EU funding following Brexit voteThe IndependentFTSE CLOSE: Footsie rockets by over 2% in final half hour, but pound drops like a stone after Governor Carney ...This is Moneyall 400 news articles »
Money MarketingBeware the overseas public sector pension trapMoney MarketingDuncan can continue paying contributions to a registered scheme while abroad. He will remain a relevant UK individual for up to five years and as such could pay gross contributions of £3,600 to a personal pension (Duncan is unlikely to have any ...and more »