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How this will make charities a new fortune - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKHow this will make charities a new fortuneAOL Money UKBut another is that dumping cash is bad for our personal finances. A large number of studies have shown that people spend more when they use cards than they do when they use cash (card payments don't seem like real money in the same way). See my ...
(11-02-2017)

Interest-only mortgages are back - The Times (subscription)

Interest-only mortgages are backThe Times (subscription)Interest-only mortgages, usually available to wealthy homeowners, are about to become an option for everyone for the first time since the financial crisis. These loans all but disappeared from the mortgage market after the credit crunch, when they were ...
(11-02-2017)

Don't accept unfair fees for paying by credit card - The Times (subscription)

Don't accept unfair fees for paying by credit cardThe Times (subscription)People paying for holidays, tickets or shopping on their credit cards are being encouraged to challenge “illegal” processing fees that can add hundreds of pounds to an expensive booking or purchase. After a letter to Times Money's Troubleshooter column ...
(11-02-2017)

'I want to keep working beyond retirement age' - The Times (subscription)

'I want to keep working beyond retirement age'The Times (subscription)He is now a homeowner, living in a new-build flat in Basingstoke, with an investment portfolio worth about £75,000, including a personal pension, which is invested in stocks and shares. ... I also have money invested in gold, so it's a fairly diverse ...and more »
(11-02-2017)

A new car may block the road to a mortgage - The Times (subscription)

A new car may block the road to a mortgageThe Times (subscription)Buying a car on finance could wipe tens of thousands off how much you can borrow on a mortgage, experts have warned. The number of people paying for a vehicle with a loan has ballooned in the past few years. A record 2.7 million new cars were sold in ...
(11-02-2017)

Savings crisis warning: Until the BoE hikes rates inflation will destroy savers' deposits, says UK's biggest ... - This is Money

This is MoneySavings crisis warning: Until the BoE hikes rates inflation will destroy savers' deposits, says UK's biggest ...This is MoneyA savings crisis will see rises in the cost of living outstrip rates on the best accounts, Britain's biggest building society has warned. Nationwide's finance director Mark Rennison said that many savings rates were likely to lag further and further ...and more »
(10-02-2017)

Money Doctor: How do I know if my personal pension will be enough for retirement? - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordMoney Doctor: How do I know if my personal pension will be enough for retirement?Scottish Daily RecordQUESTION: I took out a personal pension in 1979. I am 64 and last year I requested statements to see where I stood as I wished to consider my retirement options. I am having real problems getting the information I need from the company concerned and am ...
(10-02-2017)

Sub-prime cars: are car loans driving us towards the next financial crash? - The Guardian

Sub-prime cars: are car loans driving us towards the next financial crash?The GuardianBritish households borrowed a record £31.6bn in 2016 to buy cars, up 12% on the year before, said the Finance and Leasing Association on Friday. Nine out of 10 private car buyers are now using personal contract plans (known as PCPs), which have ...and more »
(10-02-2017)

Over £9.2bn cashed in by savers since the pension freedoms - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownOver £9.2bn cashed in by savers since the pension freedomsHargreaves LansdownSince April 2015, more than 549,000 people have taken advantage of the freedoms. In total, they have withdrawn over £9.2 billion from their pensions. With greater freedom comes greater responsibility to understand your options and, ultimately, to ...
(10-02-2017)

Boost in first-time buyer activity - moneyfacts.co.uk

Boost in first-time buyer activitymoneyfacts.co.ukMoneyfacts.co.uk News brings you the latest financial & economic news & reviews of the best products in the UK by our team of money experts. ... John Bagshaw, corporate services director of Connells Survey & Valuation, commented: "With UK employment ...
(10-02-2017)

Are car loans driving us towards the next financial crash? - The Guardian

Are car loans driving us towards the next financial crash?The GuardianNine out of 10 private car buyers are now using personal contract plans (PCPs), which have boomed since interest rates fell to historic lows. Under these ... Some of the car-leasing loans in the US and the UK have been packaged into asset-backed ...
(10-02-2017)

Serial house sitters shed the shackles of a mortgage - CNBC

CNBCSerial house sitters shed the shackles of a mortgageCNBC"Homeowners tend to have some incredible properties, from chocolate box cottages in the British countryside to chic apartments in Paris with resident pugs who love to show you the city," Haines-Sanger said. "There are eco-lodges ... Though the Hensels ...
(10-02-2017)

How renting can fix the UK's broken housing market - The Conversation UK

The Conversation UKHow renting can fix the UK's broken housing marketThe Conversation UKIn fact, nearly ten years after a global financial crisis caused by the ready availability of mortgages to households with no ability to repay them, the UK government maintains its “Help to Buy” initiatives. These focus on ... These include: if you do ...
(10-02-2017)

Ed Sheeran tickets 'scam' robs mother of wedding savings - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphEd Sheeran tickets 'scam' robs mother of wedding savingsBelfast Telegraph"I went online to try and get the tickets pre-sale on Tuesday, January 31, but the money wasn't debited from my credit card until February 2. "The website was misleading because it didn't allow me to see the amount I was being charged before I checked out.
(10-02-2017)

Does a low rental yield put you in the buy-to-let danger zone? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukDoes a low rental yield put you in the buy-to-let danger zone?Telegraph.co.ukFigures calculated for Telegraph Money by Anderson Harris, a mortgage broker, show the amount of mortgage debt that would put a borrower in danger of failing the new affordability tests. This means that they ... Get in touch: olivia.rudgard@telegraph ...
(10-02-2017)
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