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4.5 million lured into more debt by credit card trick - AOL Money UK

Mirror.co.uk4.5 million lured into more debt by credit card trickAOL Money UKLenders appear to have learned nothing from the financial crisis - and neither have we. New research has revealed that credit card providers are back to their old tricks - luring people into borrowing more money than they intended to. And borrowers are ...The dangerous change to your credit card you didn't ask forMirror.co.ukWatch out if your credit card limit is increasedThe IndependentCredit card companies pushing unrequested credit-limit increases spur debt among 4.5m cardholdersInternational Business Times UKall 6 news articles »
(27-01-2016)

Scottish Widows backs research into gender pension gap - FT Adviser

Scottish Widows backs research into gender pension gapFT AdviserSam Smethers, chief executive at The Fawcett Society, said: “We have known for a long time that the pay gap becomes a pensions gap and as a result women are likely to have smaller pension pots than men. “But we are also interested as to why women save ...
(27-01-2016)

Half of those who want to retire can't: HSBC - FT Adviser

CNBCHalf of those who want to retire can't: HSBCFT AdviserCaroline Connellan, head of UK Wealth at HSBC, said: “For many people concerns about money are preventing them from retiring when they want to. “Modern financial pressures and the changes in pension freedoms make the need for sound financial ...Many Britons over 45 'say they can't afford to retire'AOL Money UKall 17 news articles »
(27-01-2016)

FCA warns on self-cert mortgages - Money Marketing

Money MarketingFCA warns on self-cert mortgagesMoney MarketingThe FCA is warning consumers of the risks of self certification mortgages after the launch of a new lender earlier this month. The lender, selfcert.co.uk, is based in Prague and is passporting into the UK using the Electronic Commerce Directive. Self ...Watchdog Warns About Self-Cert MortgagesMoneyExpert (blog)all 16 news articles »
(27-01-2016)

FTSE LIVE: Weaker oil price and drop by China stocks drags Footsie lower again; chip stocks hit by Apple numbers - This is Money

This is MoneyFTSE LIVE: Weaker oil price and drop by China stocks drags Footsie lower again; chip stocks hit by Apple numbersThis is MoneyBy This Is Money Market Reporters ... After lender the Nationwide earlier reported a 0.3 per cent rise in UK house prices for December, figures from the British Bankers' Association showed mortgage approvals in the same month jumped by 24 per cent year ...and more »
(27-01-2016)

FTSE LIVE: Footsie falls as commodity stocks drop on weaker oil price; banks hit by more RBS provisions - This is Money

This is MoneyFTSE LIVE: Footsie falls as commodity stocks drop on weaker oil price; banks hit by more RBS provisionsThis is MoneyBy This Is Money Market Reporters ... After lender the Nationwide earlier reported a 0.3 per cent rise in UK house prices for December, figures from the British Bankers' Association showed mortgage approvals in the same month jumped by 24 per cent year ...and more »
(27-01-2016)

Christmas shoppers less reliant on credit cards for spending spree - expressandstar.com

expressandstar.comChristmas shoppers less reliant on credit cards for spending spreeexpressandstar.comBut Isa savings were plundered as the shopping bonanza got under way, figures from the British Bankers' Association (BBA) show. The BBA said 262 million credit card purchases with a collective value of £13.7 billion were made in December 2015. This was ...and more »
(27-01-2016)

UK house price growth slows mortgage approvals dip - London South East (registration) (blog)

This is MoneyUK house price growth slows mortgage approvals dipLondon South East (registration) (blog)LONDON, Jan 27 (Reuters) - British house prices rose at a slower pace than expected in January after a fall in mortgage approvals the month before, although mortgage lender Nationwide said on Wednesday that momentum should pick up in 2016 as a ...Average UK house price hits nearly £200k in January says NationwideThis is MoneyHousing Market: Supply Likely to Stay Below DemandMoneyExpert (blog)all 73 news articles »
(27-01-2016)

Average UK house price hits nearly £200k in January says Nationwide - This is Money

This is MoneyAverage UK house price hits nearly £200k in January says NationwideThis is MoneyThe average UK house price has hit nearly £200,000 and the UK property market shows no signs of slowing in the year ahead, according to a new report. House prices inched up by another 0.3 per cent month-on-month in January and the pace of price ...UK house price growth slows mortgage approvals dipLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 71 news articles »
(27-01-2016)

If rates stay low, would I profit from a 'tracker' mortgage? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukIf rates stay low, would I profit from a 'tracker' mortgage?Telegraph.co.ukTelegraph Money has compared the two scenarios, using current best-buy mortgage deals and calculations by independent mortgage broker John Charcol. The assumptions made are that ... a question for our experts? Email moneyexpert@telegraph.co.uk ...and more »
(27-01-2016)

UK BBA mortgage approvals Dec 43975 vs 45500 exp - ForexLive

ForexLiveUK BBA mortgage approvals Dec 43975 vs 45500 expForexLiveUK BBA mortgage approvals Dec 43,975 vs 45,500 exp ... The British Bankers' Association (BBA) Mortgage Approvals measures the number of new mortgages approved by BBA-backed banks during the previous month. ... Past performance is no guarantee of future ...
(27-01-2016)

HMRC demands pension liberation victims pay up - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukHMRC demands pension liberation victims pay upCitywire.co.ukHM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has asked victims of pension liberation scams to settle outstanding tax bills, which could total millions of pounds. The tax body has written to people who were under 55 and accessed their pension during the financial year ...and more »
(27-01-2016)

CommentOpening Quote: 'It's grim up north' for Aberdeen AM, RBS - Financial Times

CommentOpening Quote: 'It's grim up north' for Aberdeen AM, RBSFinancial TimesIt's a Scottish lament for investors this morning as Aberdeen Asset Management reports another quarter of major outflows and Royal Bank of Scotland announces billions in charges. FT Opening Quote, with commentary by City Editor Jonathan Guthrie, is ...and more »
(27-01-2016)

Pension poverty: Millions face RUNNING OUT of money as they live to record old age - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukPension poverty: Millions face RUNNING OUT of money as they live to record old ageExpress.co.uk“We are concerned that millions of people could be left high and dry as the cash runs out,” said Keith Richards, of The Personal Finance Society. “With increasing focus on greater freedom and choice over retirement savings following the introduction of ...
(27-01-2016)

RBS 'clean-up' to push it into 2015 loss - BBC News

Money MarketingRBS 'clean-up' to push it into 2015 lossBBC NewsThe largest of those are the legal actions in the US connected to the failure of mortgage products. RBS's share price ... In terms of the money set aside for litigation concerning bad US housing debt, it is the last major player not to have settled ...RBS to make loss for 2015 on £2.5bn of PPI, toxic loans and writedownsTelegraph.co.ukPension payments and mortgage claims to push RBS into lossMoney MarketingUPDATE: RBS Takes Big New Charges For Past Misconduct, Private BankLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 80 news articles »
(27-01-2016)
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