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How to outlast a job you hate until you can retireMarketWatchFirst, the good news: You're closing in on retirement. After decades of long hours and loyal service, you only have another few years until you can kiss your job goodbye. The bad news is you dread every minute. Even surviving another month will require ...
Career moves drive property marketmoneyfacts.co.ukAside from work, money also plays a big part in property decisions, with 12% moving to live in a cheaper area and 7% downsizing to release some money from their home. The latter is especially popular among those aged 55 or over, with 28% of this group ...
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Why the top credit card isn't always the cheapest - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKWhy the top credit card isn't always the cheapestAOL Money UKIf you're looking to pay off some credit card debt it doesn't always pay to go for the longest 0% card. ... The 0% balance transfer credit card market is heating up once again, with providers locked in a battle to offer the longest lasting interest ...
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Anger as outgoing chief executive of controversial health trust retains £245000 pay packet - Daily Echo

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ASK TONY: Santander is charging me £10000 to repay my mortgage early - This is Money

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ASK TONY: Santander is charging me £10,000 to repay my ... - This is Money

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Apple's Battle Against Japan's Love for Cash Starts at Turnstile - Bloomberg

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Annuity rates could make income drawdown the default retirement option - Express.co.uk

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The unlikely history behind one of Wall Street's iconic funds - Business Insider

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The unlikely history behind one of Wall Street's iconic funds - Business Insider UK

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How to save an extra £980 on the price of a new car - Mirror.co.uk

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Mortgage approvals fall to an 18-month low in July as Brexit vote hits property transactions - This is Money

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Britain's Latest Property Addict - Bloomberg

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Mortgage approvals at 18-month low, says Bank of England - BBC News

AOL Money UKMortgage approvals at 18-month low, says Bank of EnglandBBC NewsThe Bank of England figures also show that growth in the amount being borrowed by consumers on credit cards and other loans eased off in July. UK residents borrowed an extra £1.2bn during the month - down from £1.9bn in June, and 17% less than in July ...Mortgage approvals at lowest level since January 2015AOL Money UKMortgage approvals fall to an 18-month low in July as Brexit vote hits property transactionsThis is Moneyall 33 news articles »
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Why a pension beats a buy-to-let flat hands down - MoneyWeek (blog)

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Mortgage approvals at lowest level since january 2015 - Daily Mail

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Mortgage approvals at lowest level since January 2015 - AOL Money UK

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