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Cost of credit card debt on the rise - Credit cards - News ...moneyfacts.co.ukCategory: Credit cards 19/06/2018. The latest Moneyfacts UK Credit Card Trends Treasury Report reveals that the average purchase and cash rates on credit ...and more »
Cost of credit card debt on the risemoneyfacts.co.ukThe latest Moneyfacts UK Credit Card Trends Treasury Report reveals that the average purchase and cash rates on credit cards have risen during the second quarter of 2018, with the average cash withdrawal fee also seeing an unwelcome increase.and more »
AlphrDebit card payments overtake cash for the first timeAlphrUK Finance, the body that represents the UK's financial services industry, said the earlier-than-expected crossover was partly fuelled by a rise in contactless payments - up 97% year-on-year in 2017 - with 5.6 billion credit and debit payments made via ...
Money MarketingIntelligent Money eyes Sipp market exitMoney MarketingIntelligent Money is considering exiting the Sipp market to become an independent provider of standard personal pension plans. The company says it is looking at re-branding its Sipps as flexible personal pensions to better reflect its position in the ...
This is MoneyThe best towns and cities to invest in property: Map reveals that student hotspots are the best bet for buy-to-letThis is MoneyUniversity towns and cities where housing is cheap, such as Liverpool and Middlesbrough, provide rental yields up to seven times higher than in London, a study by credit specialists Totally Money found. Its report compared average rents to house prices ...and more »
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How to beat Brexit and get the cheapest holiday money - iNews

iNewsHow to beat Brexit and get the cheapest holiday moneyiNewsMost debit and credit card firms get a near-perfect exchange rate from Mastercard or Visa, but then add a 3%-ish non-sterling exchange fee to what they charge us, so £100 of euros costs £103. ... There used to be an easy way bureaux's terms could be ...
(05-08-2016)

Britain owes the EU £21bn, report claims – but is it true? - The Guardian

The GuardianBritain owes the EU £21bn, report claims – but is it true?The GuardianThe claim. A German magazine has claimed the UK owes the EU €25bn (£21.2bn) in unpaid debts, its share of €200bn owed by all member states to the bloc, and that any Brexit deal will be blocked until London settles up. The report in ... Like any divorce ...
(05-08-2016)

Interest rate cut: mortgages are cheaper but savings dwindle - Financial Times

Financial TimesInterest rate cut: mortgages are cheaper but savings dwindleFinancial TimesLaunching its biggest stimulus package since the financial crisis, the UK's central bank cut rates by a quarter of a per cent to a record low of 0.25 per cent, and said it was ready to make further cuts this year in an attempt to cushion a looming ...and more »
(05-08-2016)

Brothers face jail over raising cash for Syria fighter - AOL UK

AOL UKBrothers face jail over raising cash for Syria fighterAOL UK... was found guilty of receiving money for the purposes of terrorism and entering into a funding arrangement. He also recruited family friend and accountant Mohammed Khan, 27, to help raise funds by taking out credit card loans and selling valuables ...Walsall brothers raised cash for Syria fighterBBC Newsall 6 news articles »
(05-08-2016)

Entire generation of young people unknowingly ruining their credit rating, survey shows - The Independent

The IndependentEntire generation of young people unknowingly ruining their credit rating, survey showsThe IndependentOnline credit score provider, My Credit Monitor, surveyed 1,000 under-30s - labelled “the debt set” - to find a staggering 75 per cent had no idea what their credit score was before they had their first ever credit card, and just over 20 per cent were ...
(05-08-2016)

Brothers face jail over raising cash for Syria fighter - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphBrothers face jail over raising cash for Syria fighterBelfast TelegraphHe also recruited family friend and accountant Mohammed Khan, 27, to help raise funds by taking out credit card loans and selling valuables. Khan was convicted of entering into a funding arrangement. Rohaman was convicted of providing money for the ...and more »
(05-08-2016)

Coronet buys journalist's story of a 'no spend year' - The Bookseller

Coronet buys journalist's story of a 'no spend year'The BooksellerAnd the book offers, through her own story, "clever life hacks", tips and accessible explanations on personal finance topics, such as mortgages, pensions, saving and investing. Charlotte Hardman, editorial director for Coronet, acquired UK and ...
(05-08-2016)

UK lenders confirm tracker mortgage cuts but banks noncommittal on date - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKUK lenders confirm tracker mortgage cuts but banks noncommittal on dateInternational Business Times UKMeanwhile, Barclays, Coventry Building Society, Halifax, Lloyds, Nationwide, Santander, Yorkshire Building Society and Virgin Money have also said they would cut both tracker and standard variable rate mortgages from 1 September. Additionally ...Mortgage reduction after rate cut delayed for many until next monthAOL Money UKall 107 news articles »
(05-08-2016)

Should you cash in your final salary pension? - Financial Times

Financial TimesShould you cash in your final salary pension?Financial Times... savers nearing retirement who are seeking a secure income. Since the end of June, annuity rates have plunged to new lows and company pension deficits have ballooned, both casualties of the market storms triggered by the UK's decision to quit the EU.
(05-08-2016)

TfL urged to release £223 million left by passengers on Oyster cards - Evening Standard

Evening StandardTfL urged to release £223 million left by passengers on Oyster cardsEvening StandardCaroline Pidgeon, London Assembly Liberal-Democrat leader who revealed TfL's own statistics, said: “It obviously suits TfL's cash flow situation to be sitting on a huge mountain of unclaimed money from dormant Oyster cards but we should never forget ...and more »
(05-08-2016)

Want to avoid recession? Then shower UK households with cash - The Guardian

The GuardianWant to avoid recession? Then shower UK households with cashThe GuardianJust give people the money. Give them cash, dole it out, increase benefits, slash VAT, hand it to those most likely to spend it: the poor. Put £1,000 into every debit account. Whatever you do, don't give it to banks. They will just hoard it or use it ...and more »
(05-08-2016)

Every guilty party MUST be punished, blasts Frederick Forsyth - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukEvery guilty party MUST be punished, blasts Frederick ForsythExpress.co.ukThe board is fined eye-popping sums but these are paid by the bank (or what is left of it), which means shareholder money. The really guilty retire ... But they never seem to face personal sanction. That is reserved for “the little people”. Those of us ...
(05-08-2016)

UK Parliament to Consider Preferential Creditor Status for Consumers - The National Law Review

UK Parliament to Consider Preferential Creditor Status for ConsumersThe National Law ReviewConsumers could be set to jump up the insolvency hierarchy if UK Parliament backs the latest Law Commission recommendations. The Law Commission's report, ... The consumer did not use a payment method which offers a chargeback remedy, such as a credit ...
(05-08-2016)

Markets Live: Easy money, but no easy gains - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldMarkets Live: Easy money, but no easy gainsThe Sydney Morning HeraldShares bobbed higher on Friday but lost ground over a week which featured an RBA rate cut and fresh stimulus from the Bank of England, with miners and energy names by far the best supported, while the Aussie dollar stayed stubbornly high ahead of ...and more »
(05-08-2016)

Should I use a pension pot to pay off my mortgage? Steve Webb ... - This is Money

This is MoneyShould I use a pension pot to pay off my mortgage? Steve Webb ...This is MoneyFormer Pensions Minister Steve Webb is This Is Money's Agony Uncle. This week, he replies to a reader thinking of tapping a pension pot to pay off his ...and more »
(05-08-2016)
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