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The SunNationwide launches mortgage aimed at parents helping their children to buy a homeThe SunBritain's biggest building society said the mortgage is aimed at home-owners looking to support other relatives. ... Parents who sign up to the deal are allowed to borrow extra money from their own mortgage to give to a child or grandchild to buy a house.and more »
Money MarketingOff the rails: Govt urged to wrest control of pensions and tax policyMoney MarketingThe dramatic Budget U-turn which saw Philip Hammond ditch plans to raise National Insurance rates for the self-employed has left the Chancellor's reputation – and his financial plans – in tatters. Budget proposals do not always make it onto the statute ...and more »
This is MoneyNumber of landlords planning to sell up doubles since the buy-to-let crackdown was announced - and experts warn ...This is MoneySeparate research by financial services firm Momentum UK claims the average renter is in far worse financial health than someone with a mortgage. Private renters go on fewer holidays, save less money and are more likely to make forced cutbacks than ...
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What to expect from the Brexit negotiations - Reaction

ReactionWhat to expect from the Brexit negotiationsReactionThere will probably not be a detailed agreement on matters such as benefit entitlements or how governments fund healthcare provision to or pensions for each others' citizens until the final deal, but the basic right to remain and work may come early ...and more »
(17-03-2017)

How Fed hike affects mortgages, car loans, credit cards - Daily Record

Daily RecordHow Fed hike affects mortgages, car loans, credit cardsDaily RecordCredit cards? How about those nearly invisible rates on bank CDs – any chance of getting a few dollars more? With the Federal Reserve having raised its benchmark interest rate Wednesday and signaled the likelihood of additional rate hikes later this ...How Fed hike will affect mortgages, car loans, credit cardsABC Newsall 2,022 news articles »
(17-03-2017)

Revealed: 11 simple steps to make you £13000 richer - BT.com

BT.comRevealed: 11 simple steps to make you £13000 richerBT.comThe Money Charity estimates the total credit card debt per UK household stands at £2,469. This balance attracting a typical 21.6% APR will cost £487 a year if you only pay off the minimum (2% or £5 whichever is higher). You can save by shifting debt ...
(17-03-2017)

Pensions: are you saving enough for a comfortable retirement? - BT.com

BT.comPensions: are you saving enough for a comfortable retirement?BT.com... home and ordering a takeaway on a Friday night. But all of us can benefit from understanding how good we are with our money and what more we need to do to secure a decent pension pot. ... Try it for yourself and see if your total wealth (your ...
(17-03-2017)

Help-to-buy's mortgage prisoners - MoneyWeek

MoneyWeekHelp-to-buy's mortgage prisonersMoneyWeekBorrowers with help-to-buy equity loans cannot access the cheapest deals on the market because they are limited to specialised help-to-buy mortgages. .... MoneyWeek has been advising private British investors on what to do with their money since 2000.and more »
(17-03-2017)

Margaret Hodge: Hammond's threat to turn Britain into a tax haven after Brexit is “fake” - New Statesman

Margaret Hodge: Hammond's threat to turn Britain into a tax haven after Brexit is “fake”New StatesmanThe EU's instincts are far more radical on matters of tax transparency and responsibility than the British government's, for instance, and in some cases progress on these matters has been held back by the UK's membership of the bloc. She points ...
(17-03-2017)

Why we must maintain the highest standards in banking in the new political landscape - New Statesman

New StatesmanWhy we must maintain the highest standards in banking in the new political landscapeNew StatesmanCredit card providers, insurers, pension funds. Companies doing this work provide employment for British people from all over. The industry is like a huge octopus. Its tentacles ... From the credit lines that help people buy British made cars through ...and more »
(17-03-2017)

Mortgage prisoner victory: Bank of Scotland refunds reader £30k - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMortgage prisoner victory: Bank of Scotland refunds reader £30kTelegraph.co.ukBut after Mr Pantelouris contacted Telegraph Money in February, Bank of Scotland finally agreed to move him to a more competitive 2.75pc rate, more than halving his payments to £1,796 a month. Now, in another victory, Bank of Scotland has also agreed ...
(17-03-2017)

Saving money motivation behind young people living together, says ... - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphSaving money motivation behind young people living together, says ...Belfast TelegraphMore than a fifth of young people who are living with a partner say saving money was their motivation for moving in together, a survey has found.One in four say it's impossible to buy alone | Financial ReporterFinancial Reporterall 3 news articles »
(17-03-2017)

Saving money motivation behind young people living together, says survey - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphSaving money motivation behind young people living together, says surveyBelfast TelegraphSome 22% of 18 to 34-year-olds who rent or own a home with their partner made their initial move to save some cash, according to the research from Post Office Money Mortgages. The survey also found that one in four (24%) 18 to 34-year-olds who are ...and more »
(17-03-2017)

A two-year mortgage fix at less than 1%? Yorkshire BS launches lowest-rate deal but you'll need a 40% deposit and ... - This is Money

This is MoneyA two-year mortgage fix at less than 1%? Yorkshire BS launches lowest-rate deal but you'll need a 40% deposit and ...This is MoneyYorkshire Building Society is launching a market-leading 0.99 per cent two-year fixed rate mortgage for borrowers with a 40 per cent deposit or equity in their home. The rate matches the lowest ever seen on the British mortgage market - and a similar ...Yorkshire Building Society launches 0.99% mortgage as competition heats upexpressandstar.comall 12 news articles »
(17-03-2017)

Pensions fail to convince savers but attitudes are expected to change - Pensions Expert (registration)

Pensions fail to convince savers but attitudes are expected to changePensions Expert (registration)Fewer than half of people view workplace pensions as the most secure form of retirement savings, but experts have said attitudes towards saving for the future could change, driven by the current housing shortage, auto-enrolment developments and the ...and more »
(17-03-2017)

Forget love, it's now money that makes people move in together - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukForget love, it's now money that makes people move in togetherMirror.co.uk... money was their motivation for moving in together, a survey has found. Some 22% of 18 to 34-year-olds who rent or own a home with their partner made their initial move to save some cash, according to the research from Post Office Money Mortgages.and more »
(17-03-2017)

Coming soon, paying your tab without giving your credit card - Detroit Free Press

Detroit Free PressComing soon, paying your tab without giving your credit cardDetroit Free PressNEW YORK — It's 1 a.m. You've had a few too many at a crowded bar and walk out without paying the tab. Your credit card and driver's license sit behind the cash register, leaving your personal info widely accessible while you sleep off those vodka tonics.and more »
(17-03-2017)

Saving money motivation behind young people living together, says survey - BT.com

BT.comSaving money motivation behind young people living together, says surveyBT.comSome 22% of 18 to 34-year-olds who rent or own a home with their partner made their initial move to save some cash, according to the research from Post Office Money Mortgages. The survey also found that one in four (24%) 18 to 34-year-olds who are ...and more »
(17-03-2017)
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