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Savers raiding their pension pots 'could bleed their funds dry in 10 years' - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukSavers raiding their pension pots 'could bleed their funds dry in 10 years'Mirror.co.ukPension pots could be bled dry within a decade, insurers warn, as people plunder their savings too quickly. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) said that while the vast majority of savers appear to be taking a “sensible approach”, a small ...and more »
(14-08-2016)

Aviva exec Andy Briggs: 'We never lost sleep over our Brexit crash' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukAviva exec Andy Briggs: 'We never lost sleep over our Brexit crash'Telegraph.co.ukInsurers have had one of the roughest rides on the stock market since the EU referendum. Aviva, Britain's biggest insurer, is yet to recover fully from a 22pc share price drop during the shock of the first few days after the vote. But there's no sense ...and more »
(14-08-2016)

UK business revels in low-rate regime - Financial Times

Financial TimesUK business revels in low-rate regimeFinancial TimesCompanies wanting to borrow money have “never had it so good”, according to John Roe, head of multi-asset funds at Legal & General Investment Management, pointing to an era of cheap money for investment or refinancing as interest rates near zero. When ...Ever-lower interest rates have failed. It's time to raise themThe GuardianErikka Askeland: The final wordPress and Journalall 41 news articles »
(14-08-2016)

Ever-lower interest rates have failed. It's time to raise them - The Guardian

The GuardianEver-lower interest rates have failed. It's time to raise themThe GuardianBut it does little to help UK savers, who are recommended, in that infuriating phrase, to “shop around” for higher rates. Shop around if you like, but I was recently informed by two banks ... of a jump start – cutting interest rates has failed ...and more »
(14-08-2016)

Five minute guide to… Paying down your mortgage - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukFive minute guide to… Paying down your mortgageExpress.co.ukBorrowers on variable or tracker rate mortgages should reap the benefit, but rather than blowing this saving, they should put the money to work. Mortgage holders could save more than £1,800 in interest by making regular overpayments, according to ...
(14-08-2016)

Find out about the high return alternatives to cash savings - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukFind out about the high return alternatives to cash savingsExpress.co.uk... haven, although the downside is that it does not pay any interest. Josh Saul, chief executive of The Pure Gold Company, says more ordinary people are now investing in gold: “Retirees are particularly interested as the value of their pensions has ...
(14-08-2016)

Deficit Of £1tn For Defined Benefit Pensions - Eagle Radio

Eagle RadioDeficit Of £1tn For Defined Benefit PensionsEagle RadioThe total deficit facing UK defined benefit pension schemes has hit £1tn, according to new research. The research from actuarial firm Hymans ... The Bank of England earlier this week hit a snag when its attempts to buy up billions of pounds worth of ...and more »
(14-08-2016)

Why the Australian super system totally trumps UK - The New Daily

The New DailyWhy the Australian super system totally trumps UKThe New Daily... is compulsory. And the value of compulsion comes into sharp relief when you look at the UK, where contributing to a pension is voluntary. ... “Compulsory superannuation is by its nature state intervention, the big hand of government, a suppression ...
(14-08-2016)

Australian super totally trumps the UK system - The New Daily

The New DailyAustralian super totally trumps the UK systemThe New Daily... is compulsory. And the value of compulsion comes into sharp relief when you look at the UK, where contributing to a pension is voluntary. ... “Compulsory superannuation is by its nature state intervention, the big hand of government, a suppression ...
(14-08-2016)

Why the Aussie super system totally trumps the UK's - The New Daily

The New DailyWhy the Aussie super system totally trumps the UK'sThe New Daily... is compulsory. And the value of compulsion comes into sharp relief when you look at the UK, where contributing to a pension is voluntary. ... “Compulsory superannuation is by its nature state intervention, the big hand of government, a suppression ...
(14-08-2016)

Brexit seven weeks on: how many of the predictions have come true? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBrexit seven weeks on: how many of the predictions have come true?Telegraph.co.ukThe Brexit dust is beginning to settle. It's now more than seven weeks since the vote and some of the effects on matters relating to our finances are beginning to ...and more »
(14-08-2016)

Why your insurer will charge you for getting married - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWhy your insurer will charge you for getting marriedTelegraph.co.ukOnce upon a time, the price you saw for something was the price you paid. Sadly, in today's uber-competitive internet age, the price you see is usually only the starting point. Book a short-haul flight and there will be charges for paying by card ...and more »
(14-08-2016)

Stripped of my HSBC Premier account – because I paid off my ... - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukStripped of my HSBC Premier account – because I paid off my ...Telegraph.co.ukI have held a HSBC Premier account for 10 years. The benefits of Premier accounts are essentially reduced overdraft rates and free travel insurance. I paid off ...and more »
(14-08-2016)

Stripped of my HSBC Premier account – because I paid off my mortgage - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukStripped of my HSBC Premier account – because I paid off my mortgageTelegraph.co.ukI have held a HSBC Premier account for 10 years. The benefits of Premier accounts are essentially reduced overdraft rates and free travel insurance. I paid off my mortgage in full in late 2013. My annual income is currently £200,000 and all of it is ...and more »
(14-08-2016)

The credit cards with the lowest interest rates - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKThe credit cards with the lowest interest ratesAOL Money UKA low APR or low rate credit card is a good choice if you're after a simple piece of plastic that offers a consistent rate of interest. They don't usually come with very big 0% offers on things like balance transfers or purchases, but you know exactly ...
(14-08-2016)
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