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CNNMoneyThe financial crisis finally ends for RBS with $5 billion paymentCNNMoneyThe Royal Bank of Scotland has already paid out tens of billions of dollars in penalties following the global financial crisis. Now, it's paying $5 billion more in a bid to draw a line under the crisis. The British bank has reached an agreement "in ...RBS shouldn't be hailing a £3.6bn fine as some kind of "milestone"The IndependentRBS agrees $4.9bn penalty to end US probe over 2008 financial crisisTelegraph.co.ukGet ready for the great RBS share sale: Taxpayer will flog stake after £4bn fine in USThis is Moneyall 218 news articles »
There are 78800 people behind with their mortgages – but it's GOOD newsMirror.co.ukAcross the UK, there were 78,800 home owner mortgages in arrears of 2.5% or more of the outstanding balance in the first quarter of 2018, 8% down on a year earlier and the lowest level since records started in 1994, according to trade association UK ...and more »
The SunHomeowners face mortgage bill rises despite Bank of England holding interest rates at 0.5%The SunHOMEOWNERS face mortgage rate rises despite the Bank of England keeping rates at 0.5 per cent. Experts had predicted that the .... With Virgin Money, the interest you earn on your savings will increase by £12.65, from £60.33 to £72.98. But with ...and more »
Daily MailRevealed: Tony Blair pocketed £800000 in pension from the taxpayer BEFORE he turned 65 this week and officially ...Daily MailBut James Price, Campaign Manager at the TaxPayers' Alliance, said: 'Politicians have voted themselves incredibly generous pensions that most of us could only ever dream of, and Mr Blair's is no exception. 'The amount of money Mr Blair has allegedly ...
MoneySavingExpertThe UK base rate remains at 0.5%MoneySavingExpertThe Bank of England has today decided keep the base rate at 0.5%. The base rate is the Bank of England's official borrowing rate, which influences what borrowers pay and savers earn. The last increase was in November 2017, when rates rose from 0.25% to ...
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Homes for sale in Brighton and Hove snapped up faster than UK average - The Argus

The ArgusHomes for sale in Brighton and Hove snapped up faster than UK averageThe ArgusAcross the UK, a home will typically sit on the market for 91 days - almost exactly three months - before it is sold, according to the study from Post Office Money Mortgages. The report found sellers in Bristol and Edinburgh had the least amount of ...Homes in Edinburgh and Bristol sell the fastest in the UKProperty WireGreedy sellers' high asking prices blasted by mortgage firmEstate Agent Todayall 5 news articles »
(27-10-2016)

What the new government should do to pensions: Scrap the £1m lifetime allowance and nudge young people to save ... - City A.M.

City A.M.What the new government should do to pensions: Scrap the £1m lifetime allowance and nudge young people to save ...City A.M.As the Autumn Statement approaches, shielding the UK economy from Brexit's slings and arrows will be higher up his agenda than fiddling with a pensions system which was tinkered with year after year under the last government. Some of the changes (many ...and more »
(27-10-2016)

Vodafone top-up blunder costs phone giant £4.6m fine - Daily Mail

Daily MailVodafone top-up blunder costs phone giant £4.6m fineDaily MailBut the huge fine marks yet another blow to the reputation of Vodafone, which has twenty million mobile customers in the UK. Vodafone claims the problem was fixed in April last year. But Money Mail has been swamped by more complaints about Vodafone ...and more »
(27-10-2016)

Blunder over top-ups costs Vodafone a £4.6m fine: More than 10000 pay-as-you-go customers were billed for credit ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailBlunder over top-ups costs Vodafone a £4.6m fine: More than 10000 pay-as-you-go customers were billed for credit ...Daily MailBut the huge fine marks yet another blow to the reputation of Vodafone, which has twenty million mobile customers in the UK. Vodafone claims the problem was fixed in April last year. But Money Mail has been swamped by more complaints about Vodafone ...and more »
(27-10-2016)

Profits at taxpayer-backed bank fall by 15%: Lloyds bill for PPI scandal hits £17bn as costs for scandal continue to ... - This is Money

This is MoneyProfits at taxpayer-backed bank fall by 15%: Lloyds bill for PPI scandal hits £17bn as costs for scandal continue to ...This is MoneyLloyds has been forced to set aside another £1bn to settle PPI mis-selling complaints as costs for the scandal continue to spiral. It takes the bank's total PPI bill to £17bn, roughly half of the £35bn hit suffered by the entire finance industry ...and more »
(26-10-2016)

Pensions fear as savers take £7.6bn out of their retirement pots - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukPensions fear as savers take £7.6bn out of their retirement potsExpress.co.uk... the average amount withdrawn was £15,500 – is slowing down. But with the typical UK pension pot standing just short of £40,000, experts are warning it is still a big slice of individual retirement funds. ... Make money from your bank account and ...and more »
(26-10-2016)

Kristi Goss accused of using Garland County credit card to buy $200k of personal items - Daily Mail

Daily MailKristi Goss accused of using Garland County credit card to buy $200k of personal itemsDaily MailAn Arkansas woman used her position in a county judge's office to spend almost $200,000 of public money on personal items including sequin pillows and a tuxedo for her dog, police say. Kristi Lyn Goss, 43, was an administrative assistant for Garland ...Former assistant arrested for fraudHot Springs Sentinelall 88 news articles »
(26-10-2016)

Kristi Lyn Goss accused of using Garland County credit card to buy $200000 of personal items including dog tuxedo ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailKristi Lyn Goss accused of using Garland County credit card to buy $200000 of personal items including dog tuxedo ...Daily MailArrested: Kristi Goss, 43, is accused of using the Garland County judge's office's credit card to pay for $200,000 of items and bill over six years. ... Police also suspect she was funneling money away from other Garland County departments to pay off ...and more »
(26-10-2016)

Will you outlive your retirement income? - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownWill you outlive your retirement income?Hargreaves LansdownThis article and our guides and calculators are not personal advice. We offer a range of information to help you plan your own finances and personal advice if requested. If you would like to discuss your pension or want more information on retirement ...and more »
(26-10-2016)

Mick McAteer: EU shouldn't follow pension freedoms 'disaster' - Money Marketing

Money MarketingMick McAteer: EU shouldn't follow pension freedoms 'disaster'Money MarketingMcAteer, a former FCA board member, argued against pension freedoms at an EU Commission hearing on personal pensions in Brussels this week. Speaking to Money Marketing after the hearing, McAteer says: “UK pension freedom and choice reforms ...
(26-10-2016)

Stability is essential to solve the pension problem - New Statesman

New StatesmanStability is essential to solve the pension problemNew StatesmanThere was a time when retirement seemed to take care of itself. It was normal to work, retire and then receive the state pension plus a company final salary pension, often a fairly generous figure, which also paid out to a spouse or partner on death.
(26-10-2016)

Has Carney scotched another interest rate cut? - The Week UK

The Week UKHas Carney scotched another interest rate cut?The Week UKThe former chancellor was speaking in a televised interview with Bloomberg as he sought to explain the rise of populist politics in the UK and the US, which led to the shock Brexit vote this summer and could yet propel controversial businessman Donald ...and more »
(26-10-2016)

Fraudsters are following postmen and stealing mail for credit card fraud in Gloucestershire - Gloucestershire Live

Gloucestershire LiveFraudsters are following postmen and stealing mail for credit card fraud in GloucestershireGloucestershire LiveResidents in the county are being urged to use secure mail boxes after fraud offences in Birdlip and Witcombe. Two incidents were reported to police on Monday October 24. Offenders remove letters from post boxes and use the homeowner's personal details ...
(26-10-2016)

Fraudsters are following postmen and stealing mail for credit card fraud - Gloucestershire Live

Gloucestershire LiveFraudsters are following postmen and stealing mail for credit card fraudGloucestershire LiveResidents in the county are being urged to use secure mail boxes after fraud offences in Birdlip and Witcombe. Two incidents were reported to police on Monday October 24. Offenders remove letters from post boxes and use the homeowner's personal details ...
(26-10-2016)

Seven issues facing the UK wealth management sector - Funds Europe Magazine

Funds Europe MagazineSeven issues facing the UK wealth management sectorFunds Europe MagazineWealth managers have succeeded in achieving positive net client inflows through a mixture of new money from existing clients, new clients, and acquisition. “On the one hand there are the positive factors: pension provision is generally inadequate ...and more »
(26-10-2016)
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