Telegraph.co.ukMonarch denies it is in trouble - but are you protected if your airline goes bust?Telegraph.co.ukIf you book your flights using a credit card (and in many cases a Visa debit card), and the total cost is over £100, then the card issuer is liable for any loss, and you can apply for a refund for the cost of the tickets which you have lost. ... If you ...and more »
BloombergClinton, Trump, and Your Money: A Personal-Finance Guide to the DebateBloombergIt's your money and your life. At 9 p.m. ET, in the first presidential debate of the season, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will be pressed, to a degree, for details of their various proposals. Jobs, wages, taxes, student debt, child care, Social ...and more »
The GuardianMortgage approvals fall by a fifth, says British Bankers' AssociationThe GuardianThe BBA said that away from mortgages, consumer credit had continued to grow at a rate of more than 6%. Borrowing through personal loans and overdrafts increased by £343m during the month, while credit card borrowing was up by £136m. “Given the low ...and more »
ForbesEuropean FinTech Innovators Are Prospering From Making The Euro ObsoleteForbesHotels take credit cards, of course, and today many offer to charge you in dollars or local currency, as you prefer. You can rely on cabs taking credit cards, too. Uber (totally cashless) is available in most places. Even the smallest restaurants take ...
Telegraph.co.ukLeft-wing call to 'use all weapons' to deselect MPsTelegraph.co.ukJohn McDonnell ends his speech by reflecting on his own personal upbringing in Liverpool "slums" and how it was when a Labour government came in that his family got their first council house, he had his own bedroom, they had a garden to enjoy. And he ...and more »