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The IndependentWhy you'll soon be paying for everything with your finger and faceThe IndependentResearch carried out by comparethemarket.com last year showed that one in 10 people in the UK had to cancel a credit or debit card in the last year because of fraud and that more than £1bn had been stolen from bank accounts in 12 months alone. And the ...
Darling, I think we're ready for a long-term commitment — I propose a 10‑year fixThe TimesShaun Church, director of Private Finance, said: “The UK mortgage market has tended to favour a short-term fix, but longer-term options are looking increasingly attractive in anticipation of the Bank of England following through with incremental rises ...
The TimesBe an attorney? No, thank youThe TimesA relation, who was in sound mind, signed a lasting power of attorney giving the power to her son (“Powers of attorney can transform loving kids into crocodiles”, last week). Her other (distant) child became very angry, but was told clearly by the ...
Express.co.ukHoliday hacks: Travel experts reveal how to avoid overspending this summerExpress.co.uk“Simple savvy habits like not getting currency at the airport (as it is invariably more expensive) and making sure your credit card doesn't charge you on foreign transactions, leads to money-saving with zero impact on the holiday experience.” Buying ...
This is MoneyJEFF PRESTRIDGE: Act now, trill later, on pension cold calling Mr OppermanThis is MoneySo, around about this time last year, he took to the pages of The Mail on Sunday to announce the 'important' introduction of a ban on pension cold-calling – action we had long called for following great campaigning and petitioning from financial ...
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Ben Clatworthy on the benefits of travel insurance - The Times

The TimesBen Clatworthy on the benefits of travel insuranceThe TimesA lot of confusion surrounds the European Health Insurance Card — that blue credit card-sized piece of plastic you idly carry around that grants access to free or subsidised medical treatment in Europe. It doesn't ... If you lose your holiday spending ...
(20-07-2018)

Offset or tracker mortgage? No, me neither - The Times

The TimesOffset or tracker mortgage? No, me neitherThe TimesAn offset mortage links your current and savings accounts to your loan, treating them as one pot and charging interest on the balance. A tracker mortgage follows the course of the Bank of England base rate — so if it was base rate (0.5 per cent) plus ...
(20-07-2018)

'I want my children to have a pension early on' - The Times

The Times'I want my children to have a pension early on'The TimesEmma Vaughan, 43, is alarmed about how little she has put aside for her retirement, so she wants to start saving very early for her three children. The mother-of-three, a part-time personal assistant, who lives with her husband and family in Kent ...
(20-07-2018)

How to make the most of your pension lump sum - The Times

The TimesHow to make the most of your pension lump sumThe TimesWith a personal pension, whether a self-invested personal pension (Sipp) or a workplace pension, you build up a pension pot. The tax-free lump sum is up to a quarter (25 per cent) of the fund value at the time you decide to start taking the money.and more »
(20-07-2018)

Learn to be a financially savvy family - The Times

The TimesLearn to be a financially savvy familyThe TimesToday parents are more likely to swipe a contactless card at the checkout or shop online. More than a third of Britons think that the UK will be cashless in the next ten years, according to Equifax, a credit agency. “My daughter pays for her school ...
(20-07-2018)

The perils of cashing in a pension - The Times

The TimesThe perils of cashing in a pensionThe TimesPeter Lord worked for Rolls-Royce for 27 years and accumulated a £200,000 final-salary pension, which he decided to cash in and reinvest last year, only to find that five months later he had lost £16,000 ... At the end of the letter he warned Mr Lord ...
(20-07-2018)

Shareholders are denied a voice - The Times

The TimesShareholders are denied a voiceThe TimesThis will be the case for most investors who hold their money in fund supermarkets (or platforms), Isas or self-invested personal pensions (Sipps), and many private investors who buy shares through stockbrokers. If they want to vote at a company's ...
(20-07-2018)

How to make the most of your pension lump sum | Money | The Times - The Times

The TimesHow to make the most of your pension lump sum | Money | The TimesThe TimesThe prospect of being able to take a 25 per cent tax-free lump sum from your retirement fund is one of the strongest incentives for saving into a pension.and more »
(20-07-2018)

BNZ's Craig Ebert can't shake the niggle that there is a fundamental inconsistency in RBNZ policy positions. But he ... - Interest.co.nz

Interest.co.nzBNZ's Craig Ebert can't shake the niggle that there is a fundamental inconsistency in RBNZ policy positions. But he ...Interest.co.nzA first time buyer with a 20% deposit can get a 1.64% 2 year fixed mortgage rate. Where as here you're looking at at almost three times at rate here. https://www.money.co.uk/mortgages/first-time-buyer-mortgages.htm. Since the Australian market is also ...
(20-07-2018)

Mortgage misery: The homeowners facing repossession - BBC News

BBC NewsMortgage misery: The homeowners facing repossessionBBC News... (FCA), there are 1.67 million homeowners in the UK on some form of interest-only mortgage. That accounts for over 17% of all borrowers. The FCA says many of those borrowers are at risk of not having enough money to pay off their loans when they mature.and more »
(20-07-2018)

Mortgage misery: The homeowners facing repossession - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsMortgage misery: The homeowners facing repossession - BBC NewsBBC NewsExcessive lending before the Financial Crisis has left many homeowners at risk of having their homes repossessed.and more »
(20-07-2018)

Secured Loans Watch: Steady progress for second charge - Mortgage Strategy

Mortgage StrategySecured Loans Watch: Steady progress for second chargeMortgage StrategyWe also encounter clients on an interest-only mortgage who, if they were to remortgage, would need to shift to capital repayment. A second charge loan can enable borrowers in this situation to borrow money on their home and keep their existing mortgage ...
(20-07-2018)

Twists and turns: what's happening to interest rates - The Times

The TimesTwists and turns: what's happening to interest ratesThe TimesThe interest rates for credit card purchases and cash advances are creeping up, while lenders are cutting the lifespan of 0 per cent balance transfer deals that are used by millions to support their lifestyle. Last year you could get balance transfer ...
(20-07-2018)

Up or down? Interest rates and the future of your finances - The Times

Up or down? Interest rates and the future of your financesThe TimesThe chances of an imminent interest rate rise at the Bank of England appeared to fall this week. After months of speculation that August would mark the second rate hike in a decade, news that wage growth and ... The interest rates for credit card ...
(20-07-2018)

Rent-to-own firms charge customers HUNDREDS of pounds for 'useless' warranties - The Sun

The SunRent-to-own firms charge customers HUNDREDS of pounds for 'useless' warrantiesThe SunItems often come with a 12-month guarantee from the manufacturer; Items may be covered by home insurance; Shoppers are also protected if they paid by credit card for their goods but they are faulty or not as described, as long as they paid between £100 ...
(20-07-2018)
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