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U.S. News & World ReportUK Households Turn Downbeat About Finances as Brexit Weighs: BoE SurveyU.S. News & World ReportFriday's survey showed a slight deterioration in the balance sheets of British households over the past year although the share of households which spend more than 40 percent of their income on mortgage debt remained low, the BoE said. The survey also ...What will Brexit do to interest rates?Economyall 163 news articles »
Cost of moving at record highmoneyfacts.co.ukSo, remember that going for the cheapest option may not work out as the best value for money in the long run, as the cheapest movers may damage your possessions, and the cheapest estate agents may delay your move. If you're one year away from being ...and more »
'Five-year buy-to-let mortgage rates are cheap as chips': Broker says landlords would be mad not to lock in to low ...This is MoneyFive-year buy-to-let mortgage rates available today are among the cheapest ever seen, so why aren't more landlords locking in for longer? In fact when fees and monthly payments are taken into account, one mortgage broker argues five-year fixed rates ...and more »
MetroHow to buy Ripple – is it the right Bitcoin-style cryptocurrency for you?MetroYou can purchase bitcoin with your real money on sites like Coinbase or CoinMama. It is as simple as buying an item online. Just put in your credit card details and select the amount of bitcoin you want to purchase (1 bitcoin is worth more than £12000 ...and more »
The SunWhat to do if you bought Peter Kay 2018 UK tour tickets? Refunds, returns and rights explainedThe SunCredit cards: If you bought your tickets using a credit card, and spent between £100 and £30,000, you can claim a refund under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act. Debit cards: If you paid using a debit card, you may be able to get a refund through ...Peter Kay fans furious as they're charged 62p a minute for calls to get refunds for his cancelled tourDaily MailPeter Kay cancels tour - here's how to get a refundMoneySavingExpertall 56 news articles »
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Fans attack 'entrepreneur' who boasted of making £1000 by selling Peter Kay tickets at four times face value then ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailFans attack 'entrepreneur' who boasted of making £1000 by selling Peter Kay tickets at four times face value then ...Daily MailThere are two ticket-selling companies listed on the official announcement of the tour by promoters SJM Concerts - ticketmaster.co.uk and gigsandtours.com - although there are undoubtedly many secondary sellers involved too. Ticketmaster's website says ...Peter Kay cancels tour - here's how to get a refundMoneySavingExpertall 44 news articles »
(14-12-2017)

Here's how the latest Fed rate hike will hit your wallet - Business Insider

Business InsiderHere's how the latest Fed rate hike will hit your walletBusiness InsiderIt marked the fifth interest-rate hike since the financial crisis and most likely the last of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's tenure. While the rate hike will have a long-term impact on the economy, there is another impact that will hit your wallet almost ...and more »
(14-12-2017)

Here's how the latest Fed rate hike will hit your wallet - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKHere's how the latest Fed rate hike will hit your walletBusiness Insider UKIt marked the fifth interest-rate hike since the financial crisis and most likely the last of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's tenure. While the rate hike will have a long-term impact on the economy, there is another impact that will hit your wallet almost ...and more »
(14-12-2017)

Plans to help those with persistent credit card debt 'may still leave some vulnerable' - AOL UK

AOL UKPlans to help those with persistent credit card debt 'may still leave some vulnerable'AOL UKProposals to help people break free of long-term credit card debts could still leave some borrowers vulnerable, according to Citizens Advice. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published an update on proposed changes to help credit card ...and more »
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Plans to help those with persistent credit card debt 'may still leave some vulnerable' - AOL Travel UK

AOL Travel UKPlans to help those with persistent credit card debt 'may still leave some vulnerable'AOL Travel UKProposals to help people break free of long-term credit card debts could still leave some borrowers vulnerable, according to Citizens Advice. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published an update on proposed changes to help credit card ...
(14-12-2017)

New rules mean credit card customers stuck in a debt spiral could ... - The Sun

The SunNew rules mean credit card customers stuck in a debt spiral could ...The SunStruggling Brits could save up to £1.3billion a year under new rules outlined by city watchdog, the Financial Conduct Authority.Credit card customers caught up in spiralling debt could save up to £1.3bn under new rulesThe IndependentPlans to help those with persistent credit card debt 'may still leave some vulnerable'AOL UKall 15 news articles »
(14-12-2017)

New rules mean credit card customers stuck in a debt spiral could have charges wiped - The Sun

The SunNew rules mean credit card customers stuck in a debt spiral could have charges wipedThe SunIt wants to force card companies to do much more to help struggling consumers. Under its plans, lenders must help customers repay their balances more quickly by arranging repayment plans. In the most serious cases, hard-up borrowers could see the ...Credit card customers caught up in spiralling debt could save up to £1.3bn under new rulesThe IndependentPlans to help those with persistent credit card debt 'may still leave some vulnerable'AOL UKall 15 news articles »
(14-12-2017)

You CAN share your online banking passwords with budgeting apps, says watchdog - despite warnings from banks ... - This is Money

You CAN share your online banking passwords with budgeting apps, says watchdog - despite warnings from banks ...This is MoneyThe statement from the Financial Conduct Authority, which regulates banks in the UK, directly contradicts this warning. The FCA said: 'Currently, businesses that provide AIS and PIS often ask you to share your bank security details with them, such as ...and more »
(14-12-2017)

Savers CAN share their online banking passwords with budgeting apps, says watchdog - despite warnings from banks ... - This is Money

Savers CAN share their online banking passwords with budgeting apps, says watchdog - despite warnings from banks ...This is MoneyThe statement from the Financial Conduct Authority, which regulates banks in the UK, directly contradicts this warning. The FCA said: 'Currently, businesses that provide AIS and PIS often ask you to share your bank security details with them, such as ...and more »
(14-12-2017)

UK buy-to-let hotspots revealed - BT - BT.com

BT.comUK buy-to-let hotspots revealed - BTBT.comA new survey suggests there is still plenty of money to be made in buy-to-let provided you invest in the right places.and more »
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UK buy-to-let hotspots revealed - BT.com

BT.comUK buy-to-let hotspots revealedBT.comHowever, a new survey suggests there are still plenty of places in the UK where you can still get a decent yield on a buy-to-let investment. Financial site Totally Money looked at 500,000 properties across England, Scotland and Wales and found that ...and more »
(14-12-2017)

UK Retailers Enjoy Bumper Black Friday Sales - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportUK Retailers Enjoy Bumper Black Friday SalesU.S. News & World ReportThis week British electronics retailer Dixons Carphone said it had enjoyed record sales during November's Black Friday promotion, despite weak demand for mobile phones that hit profits. But home furnishings company Carpetright cut forecasts after ...and more »
(14-12-2017)

No savings for a care home future? That's your problem - The Independent

The IndependentNo savings for a care home future? That's your problemThe IndependentSome days, with the wind in the right direction, you can almost hear the longevity clock ticking. It's a distant resonating boom – the sound of waves hitting the shores of financial frailty. We know our ageing population is becoming a problem – a big ...
(14-12-2017)

One in two financial advisers 'fire' customers with less than £50000 - Moneywise Magazine

Moneywise MagazineOne in two financial advisers 'fire' customers with less than £50000Moneywise MagazineCustomers with investments of less than £50,000 are increasingly being turned away by their financial advisers. In 2014 just under a quarter of financial advisers showed customers with this level of assets the door, whereas in 2017 this figure rose to ...
(14-12-2017)

Dominic Grieve says he received death threats after Brexit rebellion - Politics live - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)Dominic Grieve says he received death threats after Brexit rebellion - Politics liveThe Guardian (blog)Since you're here … we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading the Guardian than ever but advertising revenues across the media are falling fast. And unlike many news organisations, we haven't put up a paywall – we want to keep our ...and more »
(14-12-2017)
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