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This is MoneyWe might have the most first-time buyers for 20 years - but without the Bank of Mum and Dad they'd be stuffed, says ...This is Money'It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.' Depending on the evidence you choose, life is either good or bad for Britain's first-time buyers right now. Over the past week we have been presented with contrasting statistics. In one corner ...
This is MoneyFirst-time buyer 20 years ago put down £2000 deposit, today it is £22500This is Money'It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.' Depending on the evidence you choose, life is either good or bad for Britain's first-time buyers right now. Over the past week we have been presented with contrasting statistics. In one corner ...
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Mirror.co.ukWhen did you last empty your inbox? Simple mistake that means millions of us are at risk of bank fraudMirror.co.ukGet money updates directly to your inbox. + Subscribe. Thank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email. People's email habits could be making their accounts a "treasure trove" for cyber criminals, experts are warning. Over ...and more »
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Gareth Shaw: Osborne's Lifetime ISA dream looking shaky - Yorkshire Post

Yorkshire PostGareth Shaw: Osborne's Lifetime ISA dream looking shakyYorkshire PostMr Osborne sold it as a shiny alternative to a pension. He said that for, “the basic rate taxpayer, that is the equivalent of tax-free savings into a pension, and unlike a pension you won't pay tax when you come to take your money out in retirement ...and more »
(17-02-2018)

This is what you need to know about your pension - James Walker of ... - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk Eastern Daily PressThis is what you need to know about your pension - James Walker of ...Norfolk Eastern Daily PressIt's never too early to start saving for your retirement - even if it's just a little. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto. After years of the daily grind, you might be fantasising about an extra hour or two in bed and less stress. But are you prepared ...and more »
(17-02-2018)

James Walker: Does thinking about your pension scare you? I can help - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk Eastern Daily PressJames Walker: Does thinking about your pension scare you? I can helpNorfolk Eastern Daily PressFind out what pension(s) you have first. If you're in the market to buy one, ask your adviser to spell it out in simple terms. Then ask them to make it even simpler. Remember – it's your money. If you're paying for advice, that's the least an expert ...and more »
(17-02-2018)

Visa takes the blame for a glitch that hit Coinbase cryptocurrency investors with thousands of dollars in 'ghost ... - Business Insider

Business InsiderVisa takes the blame for a glitch that hit Coinbase cryptocurrency investors with thousands of dollars in 'ghost ...Business InsiderCoinbase users reported seeing thousands of dollars in repeat ghost charges after buying cryptocurrencies from the popular exchange. One person reported having 50 repeat charges — totalling $67,000 — hit their credit card at once. Coinbase confirmed ...17X charges? NOPE. I just got hit with 50, count them 50 duplicate charges to the tune of $67k total. : CoinBase ...RedditWelp officially broke, charged 17x1000$ on my account : CoinBase - RedditRedditUpdate on credit and debit cards – The Coinbase BlogThe Coinbase Blogall 103 news articles »
(17-02-2018)

Why banks are wooing first-time buyers again - The Times

The TimesWhy banks are wooing first-time buyers againThe TimesFurness Building Society has a five-year fixed-rate mortgage for people with a 5 per cent deposit at 4.5 per cent — but it is also offering buyers £1,500 cashback on completion. Post Office Money is offering an interest rate of 3.99 per cent with ...and more »
(17-02-2018)

Transferring your pension? Proceed with care - The Times

The TimesTransferring your pension? Proceed with careThe TimesYet not all savers have received good advice, including those members of the British Steel Pension Scheme, which the work and pensions select committee this week found had been “shamelessly” exploited by “dubious financial advisers” for their personal ...
(17-02-2018)

You get more for your money the further you fly - as the pound soars in exotic destinations - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukYou get more for your money the further you fly - as the pound soars in exotic destinationsMirror.co.ukMany holidaymakers heading abroad from the UK can look forward to their pounds stretching further compared with a year ago, research has found. Sterling is now stronger year-on-year against 80% of the top 40 holiday currencies, Post Office Travel Money ...and more »
(17-02-2018)

The British Steel scandal | Money | The Times - The Times

The TimesThe British Steel scandal | Money | The TimesThe TimesThe language could not have been starker. Members of the House of Commons' work and pensions select committee this week warned of a “major misselling scandal” i.and more »
(17-02-2018)

The British Steel scandal - The Times

The TimesThe British Steel scandalThe TimesWhen Tata announced it was offloading the scheme last year, steelworkers were given the choice of moving to a less lucrative plan, staying in their present fund (which would be taken over by the Pension Protection Fund), or exercising their pension ...and more »
(17-02-2018)

Governance bodies set up to protect 12 million pensioners are not ... - The Independent

The IndependentGovernance bodies set up to protect 12 million pensioners are not ...The IndependentA network of independent governance committees, established to represent the interests of 12 million UK pensioners, is failing to do its job, research by a charity promoting responsible investing has revealed.and more »
(17-02-2018)

Tracker loans out of favour | Money | The Times - The Times

The TimesTracker loans out of favour | Money | The TimesThe TimesThe number of tracker-rate mortgages has fallen to the lowest level since September 2009, as borrowers fearing interest-rate rises flee for the security of fixe.and more »
(17-02-2018)

First time buyers are up to £2200 better off a year compared to renters - The Sun

The SunFirst time buyers are up to £2200 better off a year compared to rentersThe SunThe loan is on top of a normal mortgage but it can only be used to buy a new build property. Lifetime ISA - Another government scheme that gives anyone aged 18 and 39 the chance to save tax-free and get a bonus of up to £32,000 towards your first home ...
(17-02-2018)

'Who's pocketing the commission?' - The Times

'Who's pocketing the commission?'The TimesI know that independent financial advisers (IFAs) are rewarded by the companies supplying the savings schemes recommended by them. However, I recently queried with BNY Mellon what happens to those commissions when the IFA is no longer in business? I'm ...and more »
(17-02-2018)

Tracker loans out of favour - The Times

The TimesTracker loans out of favourThe TimesThe number of tracker-rate mortgages has fallen to the lowest level since September 2009, as borrowers fearing interest-rate rises flee for the security of fixed-rate deals. An analysis by Moneyfacts, the analytics company, found the number of products ...and more »
(17-02-2018)

Why borrowing more isn't always a bad idea - The Times

Why borrowing more isn't always a bad ideaThe TimesRemember, though: if you use this method to borrow more than you need, do not spend the extra money, put it in a savings account and use it to help repay the loan quicker. If you are looking to borrow small amounts it can be a lot cheaper to use a ...
(17-02-2018)
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