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Belfast Telegraph5 Things Every First-Time Home Buyer Should KnowBelfast TelegraphBank of Ireland UK knows mortgages and even though they can seem complicated, and explanations can sound like 'financial jargon', Bank of Ireland UK wants to simplify things for you. Mortgage Sales Adviser Patrick Greene has outlined five simple tips ...
Prolific computer hacker jailed for 10 yearsThe Crown Prosecution Service... the prolific cyber hacker known as Courvoisier. West was caught by police conducting attacks on company websites. “He sold the lists of financial information to make money and even used stolen credit card details to pay for holidays, food and shopping.and more »
Mortgage SolutionsVirgin launches first 7 and 10-year mortgagesMortgage SolutionsOn 8 May, Virgin Money confirmed it is considering a takeover approach from the owners of Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank (CYBG). The deal would value the combined entity at around £1.6bn, with a little over 5% of the UK mortgage market.Virgin Money unveils its first seven and 10-year fixesBestAdvice (blog)all 4 news articles »
BloombergHelp to Buy: Five Experts on Its Impact on UK Property MarketBloombergThe Help to Buy Equity Loan commenced in 2013 and enables borrowers to take out a mortgage with a down payment of as little as 5 percent. The surge in prices that followed its introduction prompted Bank of England Governor Mark Carney to call the ...
Express.co.uk'BE NEUTRAL!' Bank of England's Carney accused of using 'Brexit as a scapegoat'Express.co.ukStimulus, or Quantitative Easing (QE), is the introduction of new money into the money supply by a central bank. Stanislas Jourdan, head of Positive Money Europe told Express.co.uk last year that QE has always been cited as a treatment for economic ...and more »
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Mortgage lending rebounds with 13.3% rise: UK Finance - Financial Reporter

Financial ReporterMortgage lending rebounds with 13.3% rise: UK FinanceFinancial ReporterGross mortgage lending in April rebounded to £20.4bn, 13.3% higher than a year earlier, according to the latest UK Finance data. The number of total mortgage approvals has also risen and is 11% higher, primarily driven by remortagage approvals which ...and more »
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Two in five Moneywise readers mainly use credit cards abroad - Moneywise Magazine

Moneywise MagazineTwo in five Moneywise readers mainly use credit cards abroadMoneywise MagazineOur latest poll asked Moneywise.co.uk readers whether they plan to use card or cash abroad. Out of the 534 polled, 38% use a credit card for most of their holiday needs. This a wise choice, as credit cards have been found to be the cheapest way to ...
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It's hip to be Square: Twitter founder Jack Dorsey's other firm targets White Van Man - The Register

The RegisterIt's hip to be Square: Twitter founder Jack Dorsey's other firm targets White Van ManThe RegisterCo-founded by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Square brings credit card payments to merchants who'd find them otherwise prohibitively complicated and expensive, rolling three separate procurement tasks into one. Square couldn't really be ... That hasn't ...and more »
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Fraudsters left me feeling suicidal after taking my £55000 life savings – how to stop it happening to you - iNews

iNewsFraudsters left me feeling suicidal after taking my £55000 life savings – how to stop it happening to youiNewsNeither are registered as authorised traders with the UK's financial watchdog, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which notes that they strongly suggest people avoid dealing with these companies and others that are unregulated. Mr Walters received £15 ...
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Pimfa urges FCA against contingent charging ban - Money Marketing

Money MarketingPimfa urges FCA against contingent charging banMoney MarketingThe FCA should not be under the illusion a ban on contingent charging will necessarily improve the quality of advice, an adviser trade body has said. The Personal Investment Management and Financial Advice Association warns any contingent charging ban ...and more »
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7 tips to help find your way through the mortgage maze - TV3.ie

TV3.ie7 tips to help find your way through the mortgage mazeTV3.ieFinding the right mortgage deal isn't always easy – and new research from the City regulator suggests many borrowers are getting it wrong. With a mortgage being the most costly regular outgoing for many people, this can be an expensive mistake to make.and more »
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How to make your bank holiday earn you £5000 - The Independent

The IndependentHow to make your bank holiday earn you £5000The IndependentBank holidays can be costly. The average long weekend getaway costs £407, according to American Express research, while even staying at home means racking up an average bill of £116. However, you could make your extra day off more than pay for itself ...
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How Britain let Russia hide its dirty money - The Guardian

The GuardianHow Britain let Russia hide its dirty moneyThe GuardianHaving allowing so much Russian money into Britain, these MPs were now seized with concern that Vladimir Putin might, through his power over his nation's super-rich, be able to influence our institutions. ..... different banks, and been spent on an ...and more »
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How much money have America's 30-somethings really saved? Finally, they speak - MarketWatch

MarketWatchHow much money have America's 30-somethings really saved? Finally, they speakMarketWatchThe piece cited a Fidelity Investments study, which suggested Americans save twice their annual salary for retirement by the age of 35, a figure that would — if continually contributed to — make up 45% of that individual's income in retirement. Older ...
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'My emergency fund just saved me!' (and other tales of savvy financial planning) - MarketWatch

'My emergency fund just saved me!' (and other tales of savvy financial planning)MarketWatchNot everyone can afford putting away extra money in an emergency fund. An analysis of Federal Reserve data from earlier this week found 41% of households could not cover a $400 emergency expense using cash, a slight improvement from 44% last year.
(25-05-2018)

Airmiles credit cards: qualifying for the welcome bonus is harder than it looks - lovemoney.com

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Kids think a loaf of bread costs £15, as they overestimate cost of living and their future salaries - Moneywise Magazine

Moneywise MagazineKids think a loaf of bread costs £15, as they overestimate cost of living and their future salariesMoneywise MagazineSurprisingly, parents who also took part in the survey of 1,700-plus UK residents, believe that they've given their children a good grounding in money matters. Four-fifths of parents polled believe their children understand the value of money, while 84 ...and more »
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The cashless future of money: How cash is being abandoned around the world - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial ReviewThe cashless future of money: How cash is being abandoned around the worldThe Australian Financial ReviewThe British Retail Consortium says credit card fees amount to 0.49 per cent of sales, more than triple the 0.15 per cent figure for processing a cash purchase. This is only a superficial analysis. According to data researcher IHL, the true cost of a ...
(24-05-2018)

Friday May 25 marks 'state pension survival day' - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UKFriday May 25 marks 'state pension survival day'Yahoo Finance UKAviva said that, excluding bank holidays and weekends, the average UK full-time employee has already been paid the equivalent of a full year's state pension after the first 101 working days of 2018. A survey for Aviva has also found that nearly a fifth ...
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Oops: Amazon's Alexa recorded couple's conversation, sent it to random contact - MarketWatch

Oops: Amazon's Alexa recorded couple's conversation, sent it to random contactMarketWatchA couple in Portland, Ore., got an unnerving surprise when their Amazon Inc. voice-controlled smart speaker recorded their conversation and sent it to a random person in their contacts list. Seattle's KIRO-7 reported that the couple received a phone ...and more »
(24-05-2018)
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