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Skipton Building Society new study warns on 'ostrich mentality' on pensions - Craven Herald

The Money PagesSkipton Building Society new study warns on 'ostrich mentality' on pensionsCraven HeraldNearly half (48%) of UK consumers have been classed as having an "ostrich mentality" as they significantly underprepare for their retirements, according to new data from Skipton Building Society. The Skipton Building Society Retirement Tracker is a new ...UK consumers have 'ostrich mentality' towards savingFT Adviserall 4 news articles »
(08-12-2016)

Clearing credit cards takes longer than you think - ABCmoney.co.uk

Clearing credit cards takes longer than you thinkABCmoney.co.ukDo you know how long it would take to pay off your credit card debt just using minimum monthly repayments? Money website SavvyWoman.co.uk asked 2,000 people how long it would take to clear a £1,000 credit card balance when only making the minimum ...
(08-12-2016)

Nearly half of UK consumers have an “ostrich mentality” when it comes to saving - The Money Pages

The Money PagesNearly half of UK consumers have an “ostrich mentality” when it comes to savingThe Money PagesNearly half (47%) of the group are saving to fund their retirement through a Cash ISA, over one third (37%) through a personal pension, 32% through stocks and shares investments. This group ... Two in five (42%) Money Moles have sought financial advice.and more »
(08-12-2016)

'Easy money' schemes a risk to young - BBC News

'Easy money' schemes a risk to youngBBC NewsYoung adults are increasingly tempted to become money mules - risking a fraud conviction for a few hundred pounds, a protection body has said. People short of cash respond to job adverts and social media posts that promise quick money for little work.and more »
(08-12-2016)

UK consumers have 'ostrich mentality' towards saving - FT Adviser

UK consumers have 'ostrich mentality' towards savingFT AdviserAccording to Skipton's data, UK consumers are most likely to fall into the ostrich mentality category, a group which is not saving for their retirement or their savings are falling short, and they do not have anything in addition to the state pension ...and more »
(08-12-2016)

Counting the £260m cost of Sipp misselling - Money Marketing

Money MarketingCounting the £260m cost of Sipp missellingMoney MarketingIn November Money Marketing revealed the FSCS had paid out about £2.8m on 94 claims in connection with collapsed property investment firm Arck, which invested clients' pensions through HD Administrators. Up to September the FSCS had ... It may be the ...and more »
(08-12-2016)

Half of UK workers 'have their heads in the sand over pensions' - but are you one of the 6% who is saving enough? - This is Money

This is MoneyHalf of UK workers 'have their heads in the sand over pensions' - but are you one of the 6% who is saving enough?This is MoneyThe building society has devised a quiz for people to determine whether they fall into one of five savings categories: Wise Owls, Squirrel Savers, Money Moles, Savings Snails or the Ostrich mentality. With wage growth stagnating and interest rates on ...UK consumers have 'ostrich mentality' towards savingFT Adviserall 2 news articles »
(08-12-2016)

Half of UK workers 'have their heads in the sand over pensions' - This is Money

This is MoneyHalf of UK workers 'have their heads in the sand over pensions'This is MoneyThe building society has devised a quiz for people to determine whether they fall into one of five savings categories: Wise Owls, Squirrel Savers, Money Moles, Savings Snails or the Ostrich mentality. With wage growth stagnating and interest rates on ...and more »
(08-12-2016)

Half of UK workers 'have their heads in the sand over pensions ... - This is Money

This is MoneyHalf of UK workers 'have their heads in the sand over pensions ...This is MoneyHalf of Britons adopt an 'Ostrich mentality' of burying their heads in the sand when it comes to retirement savings. Fifty-one per cent of people yet to retire haven't ...and more »
(08-12-2016)

A financial expert reveals when you should pay off your credit card bill more than once a month - Business Insider UK

A financial expert reveals when you should pay off your credit card bill more than once a monthBusiness Insider UKIn a conversation with Al Ko, a senior vice president and general manager at Intuit, on an episode of her "So Money" podcast, financial expert Farnoosh Torabi revealed that she gets around this potential issue by paying off her card immediately after ...and more »
(07-12-2016)

Personal Investor: Corporations passing pension risk to plan holders - BNN

BNNPersonal Investor: Corporations passing pension risk to plan holdersBNNThe pension fund is held “in trust” by a financial institution that looks after how the money is invested. The funding risks are carried by the employer. Low interest rates, low equity returns, longer life expectancy are their problems. You receive ...and more »
(07-12-2016)

Atom Bank launches the first mobile mortgage allowing borrowers to manage (nearly) everything in an app - This is Money

This is MoneyAtom Bank launches the first mobile mortgage allowing borrowers to manage (nearly) everything in an appThis is MoneyFed up spending hours and hours wading through paper to get a mortgage? Mobile-only bank Atom now lets you apply through an app. There's a catch though, while you can apply and monitor the progress of your application in the app, you will still be ...and more »
(07-12-2016)

Atom Bank launches the mobile mortgage allowing borrowers to ... - This is Money

This is MoneyAtom Bank launches the mobile mortgage allowing borrowers to ...This is MoneyFed up spending hours and hours wading through paper to get a mortgage? Mobile-only bank Atom now lets you apply through an app.and more »
(07-12-2016)

5 Smart Money Moves That Could Make You Richer In The Long Run - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UK5 Smart Money Moves That Could Make You Richer In The Long RunHuffington Post UKThe next 30% of your income should go towards personal spending: that posh coffee you can't resist once a week, the yoga classes you head to every Saturday and Sunday morning and that city break to Paris you've been fantasising about. Which leaves ...
(07-12-2016)

How should I invest my £50000 pension pot? - iNews

iNewsHow should I invest my £50000 pension pot?iNewsOver my working life I have accumulated five different personal pensions with a total value of about £50,000. If I buy an annuity ... As to whether the cashing in option makes sense, you'll also need to think about what you'll do with the money ...
(07-12-2016)
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