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May tries to break the Brexit impasseFinancial TimesTheresa May travels to Brussels on Monday to make a personal attempt to break the impasse in the Brexit negotiations. Her decision to lobby key EU figures directly marks an unexpected twist in the talks. After the prime minister's speech in Florence ...and more »
FirstRand makes punt on post-Brexit housing marketNasdaqBut the buy-to-let market, of which Aldermore accounts for less than 2 percent of outstanding loans, is still growing according to UK Finance, an industry body. Shares in similar-sized mortgage lenders Virgin Money, Paragon and OneSavings Bank jumped ...and more »
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Hastings and St. Leonards ObserverSt Leonards fraudster gets suspended sentenceHastings and St. Leonards ObserverWhen one of her victims had been sucked in by her personality, Hodd photographed details of bank cards whilst accepting the hospitality at the house of the victim, and later transferred money to her mother's bank account and credit card account. Police ...and more »
Mirror.co.ukWhat to do if your flight or train is cancelled because of Storm Ophelia - Your rights and how to check if your ...Mirror.co.uk"If you were planning to travel overseas this week only to find your flight has been cancelled, it's crucial you know your rights and you don't end up out of pocket," explained Hannah Maundrell, editor of Money.co.uk . "If your flight is cancelled you ...and more »
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Financial regulator warns of growing debt among young people - BBC News

BBC NewsFinancial regulator warns of growing debt among young peopleBBC NewsThe chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority has warned of a "pronounced" build up of debt among young people. In an interview with the BBC, Andrew Bailey said the young were having to borrow for basic living costs. The regulator also said he ...and more »
(16-10-2017)

Rise in self-employment transforms UK's economic statistics - Financial Times

Financial TimesRise in self-employment transforms UK's economic statisticsFinancial TimesThe rapid rise in self-employment since the 2008 financial crisis is not only changing the world of work but is now transforming the UK's economic statistics, too. Sole proprietorships have fallen out of favour and now more self-employed workers are ...and more »
(16-10-2017)

When should you start to worry about your debts? - BBC News

BBC NewsWhen should you start to worry about your debts?BBC NewsImagine a world in which no one could borrow money: no house, no car, no building that extension, and possibly no Christmas presents either. The ability to borrow is vital. Shylock, you might argue, gave money-lending a bad name. Indeed much of what we ...and more »
(15-10-2017)

Zoopla's Alex Chesterman: 'It's a really exciting time to be an investor in the UK' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukZoopla's Alex Chesterman: 'It's a really exciting time to be an investor in the UK'Telegraph.co.uk... get a mortgage or change energy suppliers, among many other services. Chesterman has done this by building businesses in-house and making acquisitions of proptech and fintech start-ups, snapping up 15 companies, such as uSwitch and Money.co.uk, ...and more »
(15-10-2017)

The silent debt crisis among UK's older workers - The Independent

The IndependentThe silent debt crisis among UK's older workersThe IndependentThe problem gets increasingly worse the older we get. A recent study from Nationwide points to debt levels among 50-somethings of around £4,650, including £2,750 on credit cards, £1,300 through a personal loan and £390 on car finance, against an annual ...
(15-10-2017)

11 websites to bookmark if you want to get rich - The Independent

The Independent11 websites to bookmark if you want to get richThe IndependentThe creator of Rockstar Finance, "J. Money," curates the best money articles from a wide web of personal-finance bloggers and writers — the "rockstars" — and then shares them on his site to get a broad range of voices, opinions, and experiences in ...
(15-10-2017)

A guide to getting the best travel money deals around | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyA guide to getting the best travel money deals around | This is MoneyThis is MoneyHere is how you can get the best deal for travel money so you can get that smug holiday feeling thrown in for free. Matthew Frenchman and wife Gemma use a ...and more »
(15-10-2017)

Here's how to get the best travel money deals around: Take a tip from Mr Frenchman who saves a bundle of cash on ... - This is Money

This is MoneyHere's how to get the best travel money deals around: Take a tip from Mr Frenchman who saves a bundle of cash on ...This is MoneyIt can also be used in the UK with no additional fees – unlike other sterling- based travel cards which usually charge for use on home soil. ... Fee-free overseas credit cards or sterling prepaid cards are the best way to circumvent this problem. Use ...and more »
(15-10-2017)

What happens when firms go bust - your rights as a customer - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukWhat happens when firms go bust - your rights as a customerMirror.co.ukI've put together a guide on what happens when firms go bust on the Resolver website. But one of the better ways you can cover yourself for lost, damaged or just plain rubbish goods and services – and firms going out of business – is to pay by credit card.
(15-10-2017)

Gap year guide: how to see the world and not end up in debt - The Guardian

The GuardianGap year guide: how to see the world and not end up in debtThe GuardianYou should research gap year policies on comparison sites such as Travelsupermarket.com, Gocompare.com, and Money.co.uk, or try student insurer Endsleigh. • Annual ... Check all expiry dates before leaving, such as credit cards and passport. • Get the ...
(15-10-2017)

Tax system 'complication' means 775000 people are paying too much tax on their extra earnings - are you one of them? - Mirror.co.uk

This is MoneyTax system 'complication' means 775000 people are paying too much tax on their extra earnings - are you one of them?Mirror.co.ukPension savers with a total income of £150,000 to £210,000 including employer pension contributions could also be affected, including around 150,000 people, Royal London said. People in the third group could end up paying tax rates equating to 69.5% on ...JEFF PRESTRIDGE: The tax system must be simpler, fairer and easier to understand - not a lotteryThis is Moneyall 5 news articles »
(14-10-2017)

Investors' pursuit of 'good' returns can change the world - The Scotsman

The ScotsmanInvestors' pursuit of 'good' returns can change the worldThe ScotsmanDifferent people have different beliefs about ethics, so it's very much down to personal choice when it comes to how to be “good” with your money. ... Simon Howard, chief executive of the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF) says ...
(14-10-2017)

Here is my news... Never mix wine with a laptop! How TV presenter Sarah-Jane Mee learned the hard way when she ... - This is Money

This is MoneyHere is my news... Never mix wine with a laptop! How TV presenter Sarah-Jane Mee learned the hard way when she ...This is MoneySarah-Jane Mee, the Sky News presenter, has been ploughing her money into property - because she says people will always need somewhere to live. Mee, who ... Despite her sensible savings habits, she has racked up a hefty credit card debt. She says she ...
(14-10-2017)

Take a tip from Mr Frenchman who saves a bundle of cash on his holiday trips to France! A guide to getting the best ... - This is Money

This is MoneyTake a tip from Mr Frenchman who saves a bundle of cash on his holiday trips to France! A guide to getting the best ...This is MoneyComparison websites such as CompareHolidayMoney and MoneySavingExpert's TravelMoneyMax will help you find the best online rates according to when you want the money and where it should be delivered – home or in store. Turning up at a .... It can also ...and more »
(14-10-2017)

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: The tax system must be simpler, fairer and easier to understand - not a lottery - This is Money

This is MoneyJEFF PRESTRIDGE: The tax system must be simpler, fairer and easier to understand - not a lotteryThis is MoneyThis is a result of reductions to child benefit, the tax-free personal allowance and the annual pension allowance which many taxpayers are now impacted by. In some cases, taxpayers are paying an effective income tax rate on some of their income of ...and more »
(14-10-2017)
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