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Evening StandardOn the Money: London is most drastic for plastic as debts mountEvening StandardLondon has been named the credit card debt capital of the UK. It tops a new list of debt hotspots ahead of Glasgow, Hatfield, Edinburgh and Aldershot. The research by Experian reveals that people in areas such as Liverpool Street and Bishopsgate, the ...
Wired.co.ukMobile wallet Curve launches 'time travel' tool to let you 'shop in the past'Wired.co.ukIf they change their mind, for example if they paid using a credit card but meant to pay with a debit card, the time travel tool lets them go back and swap. CEO Shachar Bialick pitched Curve and its 'time travel' feature to this year's WIRED Money's ...
Telegraph.co.ukHow does your bank score when dealing with fraud?Telegraph.co.ukBanks are liable to reimburse unauthorised transactions if the customer reports it within 13 months and was not deemed to be negligent with their account details, or debit or credit card. Customers who are refused a refund can take their complaint to ...Scam victims: best and worst banks for unfairly rejecting refund claimsBT.comall 2 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukLeasehold rip-offs: Nationwide Building Society is among big investors that benefitTelegraph.co.ukIt publicised its position of not offering mortgages on such properties as a way of warning the housebuilder industry against the practice - and "safeguarding" borrowers. But Telegraph Money can reveal the staff pension fund of Britain's biggest ...and more »
This is MoneyLow interest rates hit Nationwide's profits as building society says it will axe car insurance service in JuneThis is MoneyNationwide, which is the second biggest mortgage lender in the UK, said net interest margins were also hit by rising competition in the mortgage market. However, it continued to attract more customers, with mortgage lending rising 3 per cent £33.7billion.Britain's Nationwide Building Society profit falls 23 pctLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 22 news articles »
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Brokers slam call centres poaching life cover clients - Mortgage Strategy

Mortgage StrategyBrokers slam call centres poaching life cover clientsMortgage StrategyLondon Money and MOV8 Financial both tell Mortgage Strategy that their life insurance clients have been contacted by the Financial Assessment Centre and The Review Bureau, both based in the same Swansea office. TRB is an appointed representative of ...
(17-05-2017)

Over one million borrowers struggling with mortgage payments ... - Money Marketing

Money MarketingOver one million borrowers struggling with mortgage payments ...Money MarketingData from L&C Mortgages has found that 1.4 million UK households are struggling to pay their mortgage and 2.6 million people think their monthly mortgage ...and more »
(17-05-2017)

Over one million borrowers struggling with mortgage payments - Money Marketing

Money MarketingOver one million borrowers struggling with mortgage paymentsMoney MarketingData from L&C Mortgages has found that 1.4 million UK households are struggling to pay their mortgage and 2.6 million people think their monthly mortgage payments are too high. A report from the mortgage adviser says over half have never remortgaged ...and more »
(17-05-2017)

Buy-to-let lending for house purchase drops by almost 80% - AOL UK

AOL UKBuy-to-let lending for house purchase drops by almost 80%AOL UKThe Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), which released the figures, said spring 2016 saw a peak of activity before stamp duty changes were introduced in April last year. Estate agents reported seeing a rush of buy-to-let investors snapping up properties ...and more »
(17-05-2017)

A Lifetime Mortgage gives you control over your legacy - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukA Lifetime Mortgage gives you control over your legacyTelegraph.co.ukJust one in 25 UK adults correctly guessed that the average bill was within the range of £100,000 and £200,000. Despite more than ... Not only will you have control over how the money is used but you'll also get to see loved-ones benefiting from your ...
(17-05-2017)

Ikea relaunches 'freebie with every purchase' offer as it reveals plans to open three new UK stores - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukIkea relaunches 'freebie with every purchase' offer as it reveals plans to open three new UK storesMirror.co.ukSwedish home store Ikea has announced plans to open three new outlets across Britain, in a move that will create 1,300 jobs by the end of 2018. On Wednesday, the flat pack giant confirmed a trio of openings are underway in Sheffield, Exeter and London ...and more »
(17-05-2017)

UK Government Sells Final Stake in Lloyds Banking Group - New York Times

New York TimesUK Government Sells Final Stake in Lloyds Banking GroupNew York TimesThe sale is a major milestone for Lloyds and comes five months after the lender made a big bet on the British economy, agreeing to buy Bank of America's British credit card business for about $2.4 billion. The British government owned 43 percent of ...Bailed out Lloyds is private again after £20bn taxpayer rescue during credit crunchThe SunAs Lloyds flies free, RBS years away from leaving state handsReutersLloyds reaches landmark as government sells final sharesThe GuardianGulf Times -MarketWatch -gulfnews.comall 219 news articles »
(17-05-2017)

Kim North: Priips rules set to cause confusion - Money Marketing

Money MarketingKim North: Priips rules set to cause confusionMoney MarketingOne of the things I like about the Money Marketing Awards is the fact entrants must meet face to face with the judges. Following a set of 20-minute interviews, the judges take their time to decide which ... pensions or Isas, discretionary portfolios ...
(17-05-2017)

UK inflation: How to survive rising household bills - The Independent

The IndependentUK inflation: How to survive rising household billsThe Independent“With CPI inflation at 2.7 per cent, it'll be tougher than ever for those who need and want to keep some of their money in cash, as there are now only a small handful of accounts paying rates in excess of inflation, such as high-interest current ...'Easter effect' powers big jump in inflation to 2.7%Citywire.co.ukall 264 news articles »
(17-05-2017)

Labour's manifesto plans: do the sums add up? - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukLabour's manifesto plans: do the sums add up?Citywire.co.ukThe thinktank pointed to the gradual withdrawal of the £11,500 tax-free personal allowance, which starts to decreases once someone earns £100,000 at a rate of £1 lost for every additional £2 earned, meaning those on £123,000 or above receive none. By ...Labour manifesto at-a-glance: Summary of key pointsBBC Newsall 1,532 news articles »
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Cost of a holiday jumps £200 in a year - but keen Brits say they're willing to pay the price - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukCost of a holiday jumps £200 in a year - but keen Brits say they're willing to pay the priceMirror.co.ukIf you are using a debit, or credit card when travelling abroad, always be sure to pay in the local currency if you are presented with the choice. People mistakenly believe that they should select to pay in pounds, as this is the money sitting in their ...and more »
(17-05-2017)

Successful female entrepreneur Jo Burston money tips - Daily Mail

Daily MailSuccessful female entrepreneur Jo Burston money tipsDaily MailNow, the 45-year-old has shared her top money tips, which include re-thinking your attitude towards your credit card and setting up an emergency savings jar. The CEO's first and top tip is to be 'ballsy' - a characteristic she has shown in abundance ...
(17-05-2017)

Mnuchin's former bank in $89 million settlement over reverse mortgages - Reuters UK

Mnuchin's former bank in $89 million settlement over reverse mortgagesReuters UKWith reverse mortgage loans, seniors borrow money against the equity they have built in their homes. To protect lenders, HUD provides mortgage insurance through a program administered by the Federal Housing Administration. The government accused ...and more »
(17-05-2017)

Bailed out Lloyds Banking Group is private again after being rescued with £20billion of public money during credit ... - The Sun

The SunBailed out Lloyds Banking Group is private again after being rescued with £20billion of public money during credit ...The SunIt paid its first dividend since the 2008 crisis in 2015 and made its first acquisition, credit card provider MBNA, in December. “Six years ago we inherited a business that was in a very fragile financial condition,” Lloyds Chief Executive Antonio ...UK Government Sells Final Stake in Lloyds Banking GroupNew York TimesLloyds reaches landmark as government sells final sharesThe Guardianall 223 news articles »
(17-05-2017)

Bailed out Lloyds is private again after £20bn taxpayer rescue during credit crunch - The Sun

The SunBailed out Lloyds is private again after £20bn taxpayer rescue during credit crunchThe SunIt paid its first dividend since the 2008 crisis in 2015 and made its first acquisition, credit card provider MBNA, in December. “Six years ago we inherited a business that was in a very fragile financial condition,” Lloyds Chief Executive Antonio ...Lloyds reaches landmark as government sells final sharesThe GuardianUK Government Sells Final Stake in Lloyds Banking GroupNew York Timesall 223 news articles »
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