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Individual personal pensions fare worse than group pensions, shows researchEurekAlert (press release)The study used a sample of 14,429 individual personal pension (IPP) funds and 1,681 group personal pension (GPP) funds, offered to UK investors between 1986 and 2015. The sample included a subset of providers who offer both ... Individual investors ...
Money MarketingRos Altmann: The under the radar pension tax scandalMoney MarketingSecondly, auto-enrolment contributions will quadruple and personal tax thresholds will rise, so the numbers of low earners and amounts they are losing will keep growing. I asked The Pensions Regulator to alert employers to the issue but was told it is ...
Rip-off credit and debit card fees to be banned from Januarylovemoney.comCurrently, under rules introduced in 2013, retailers can charge customers what it costs them to process a debit or credit card payment, but they shouldn't profit from this. However, shoppers still face a ... The ban is likely to save shoppers making ...
Financial ReporterJune mortgage lending surges 9% to £22.1bn: UK FinanceFinancial ReporterGross mortgage lending reached £22.1bn in June - 9% higher than May's total of £20.3bn and 3% higher than the £21.5bn lent in June last year, according to figures from UK Finance, formerly released by the CML. Gross mortgage lending was therefore an ...Mortgage lending topped £22bn in JuneYour Moneyall 11 news articles »
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2 hot value stocks for growth and dividend hunters - AOL UK

AOL UK2 hot value stocks for growth and dividend huntersAOL UKThe mortgage rate war being fought out by the country's lenders is helping to keep housebuyer interest on the boil, as is the government's Help to Buy purchase scheme. And a failure by successive administrations to remedy the UK's chronic accommodation ...and more »
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Money Dashboard tests new digital mortgage tool - Credit Strategy

Credit StrategyMoney Dashboard tests new digital mortgage toolCredit StrategyMoney Dashboard tests new digital mortgage tool. 17 Jul 2017 Amber Ainsley Pritchard. Money Dashboard is using the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) 'sandbox' to test a mortgage tool that instantly maps consumers to lenders based on affordability ...
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Winchester staff cycle for the homeless - Hampshire Chronicle

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Payday loans firms are breaking competition rules designed to protect vulnerable customers - The Sun

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How some payday loans firms are breaking competition rules designed to protect vulnerable customers - The Sun

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Money Pit Stop: I'm an ex-policeman with £80k to invest in retirement, where should I put it - and do I pay off my ... - This is Money

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THE SECOND MORTGAGE ALLOWS US TO STAY IN CONTROL - This is Money

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Is getting a second charge mortgage a good option? | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyIs getting a second charge mortgage a good option? | This is MoneyThis is MoneyProperty developer Irene Watson and her partner Mark Fairbrother (pictured top) took out a second charge mortgage on their home to invest in their business.and more »
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Bill Jamieson: Predictions of cashless society are premature - The Scotsman

The ScotsmanBill Jamieson: Predictions of cashless society are prematureThe ScotsmanA study by the Institute of Economic Affairs estimated the size of Britain's shadow economy – paid work not declared to the taxman – at £150 billion a year or some 10 per cent of national income. And the credit card companies make money every time they ...
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Money Pit Stop: Policeman asks where to invest £80k on reaching retirement, and if he should pay off £30k home loan ... - This is Money

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Pound to euro exchange rate – Sterling continues to grow after sinking to lowest level this year - The Sun

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French payments group Worldline to buy Digital River World Payments - London South East (registration) (blog)

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How credit score agencies have the power to make or break lives - The Guardian

The GuardianHow credit score agencies have the power to make or break livesThe GuardianOmar Nasser came close to losing his home when his interest-only mortgage expired earlier this year and his application for a new loan was turned down because he failed a credit check. When he investigated, he discovered that his bank, Lloyds, had ...
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Why you should put property in your pension today - AOL UK Money - AOL.co.uk - AOL UK

AOL UKWhy you should put property in your pension today - AOL UK Money - AOL.co.ukAOL UKA SIPP – or Self-Invested Personal Pension to give it it's full title – is a pension wrapper where you can invest in a wide variety of asset classes and enjoy the tax benefits of a pension. However, as it is a pension you can't access your money until ...
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Why you should put property in your pension today - AOL UK

AOL UKWhy you should put property in your pension todayAOL UKA SIPP – or Self-Invested Personal Pension to give it it's full title – is a pension wrapper where you can invest in a wide variety of asset classes and enjoy the tax benefits of a pension. However, as it is a pension you can't access your money until ...
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