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AOL UKCredit card borrowing rises as personal deposits grow at weakest rate since 2011AOL UKConsumers ramped up their credit card borrowing in April as the amount being shored up in personal deposits in high street banks grew at the weakest annual rate since 2011. Consumer credit grew by 6.4% annually in April, up from a 6.1% annual increase ...and more »
AOL UKMortgage lending falls 11% as number of homes for sale dipsAOL UKMortgage lending fell back month-on-month in April as would-be home movers struggled to find suitable properties. The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) said an estimated £18.4 billion-worth of home loans were handed out in April - down by 11% ...and more »
Card spending ramps up – so make it work for youmoneyfacts.co.uk"Cards are the default way to pay for millions of consumers and this is reflected by the increase in card spending month-on-month," said Richard Koch, head of Policy at The UK Cards Association. So if you're spending all that money anyway, why not use ...
euronewsUK mortgage approvals slip in April, consumer borrowing speeds up - BBAeuronewsLONDON, May 25 (Reuters) – British banks approved the fewest mortgages in five months in April and the value of home loans grew at the slowest pace since August, industry figures showed, adding to signs of a slowdown in the housing market. The figures ...Credit card borrowing rises as personal deposits grow at weakest rate since 2011AOL UKall 10 news articles »
This is MoneyThe great annuity betrayal: Robbed of 65% of pension income... the loyal customers callously sold rip-off dealsThis is MoneyPensioners who were sold rip-off annuities are being left with miserly incomes because of flaws in plans to help victims. More than a million savers are getting rotten payouts from their annuities because they did not shop around for the best deals. In ...
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More than a third of planned retirees still financially support their family to the tune of nearly £260 a month - The Independent

The IndependentMore than a third of planned retirees still financially support their family to the tune of nearly £260 a monthThe IndependentOn average, those retirees who provide financial support give money to more than four people, most commonly to help cover everyday living costs and pay some or all of their regular household bills. Kirsty Anderson, a retirement income expert at ...and more »
(24-05-2017)

Mortgage war ramps up with lowest tracker rate - moneyfacts.co.uk

Mortgage war ramps up with lowest tracker ratemoneyfacts.co.ukMoneyfacts.co.uk News brings you the latest financial & economic news & reviews of the best products in the UK by our team of money experts. ... Just make sure you do your sums, as Charlotte Nelson, finance expert at moneyfacts.co.uk, explains: "This ...
(24-05-2017)

Are older borrowers being punished for their age? - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Are older borrowers being punished for their age?Spectator.co.uk (blog)But for older borrowers with good pension income, why shouldn't they be able to take advantage of today's super-low interest rates?', asks David Hollingworth, associate director at L&C Mortgages. 'As more of us live and work for longer, it's likely the ...and more »
(24-05-2017)

ZipMoney wants you to cut up the credit card - The Australian

The AustralianZipMoney wants you to cut up the credit cardThe AustralianThe market size is attractive, with $53 billion in credit card debt, but millennials in particular are starting to tune out — card applications are complicated with low acceptance rates, and there's little customer loyalty once people get their hands ...
(24-05-2017)

The 4 steps that could save you £10366 when you buy a house - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukThe 4 steps that could save you £10366 when you buy a houseMirror.co.ukMore than a fifth of sellers would accept 5% less than the asking price – the equivalent of £10,366 on the UK's average house price of £207,308 – if their buyer is chain-free and has a mortgage agreed. The research by credit checking service Clearscore ...
(24-05-2017)

As lenders pull back on buy-to-let, where can you get the best deals? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukAs lenders pull back on buy-to-let, where can you get the best deals?Telegraph.co.ukUsing data provided by London & Country, the mortgage broker, Telegraph Money details where landlords can get the best mortgage deals in the new market. The tables are not exhaustive, but aim to show how lenders are taking differing approaches to ...
(24-05-2017)

Fraudster who used company's credit card to buy £38k of holidays, clothes, make-up and sunglasses avoids jail as ... - The Sun

The SunFraudster who used company's credit card to buy £38k of holidays, clothes, make-up and sunglasses avoids jail as ...The SunA FRAUDSTER who spent almost £38,000 of her employer's money has avoided a jail sentence after a judge claimed “I hate sending women to prison”. Office manager Sophie Franklin used her company's debit card to purchase holidays, designer clothes, ...
(24-05-2017)

The Sun, A News UK Company - The Sun

The SunThe Sun, A News UK CompanyThe SunA FRAUDSTER who spent almost £38,000 of her employer's money has avoided a jail sentence after a judge claimed “I hate sending women to prison”. Office manager Sophie Franklin used her company's debit card to purchase holidays, designer clothes, ...
(24-05-2017)

More people 'may miss out on tax breaks due to rise in older cohabiting couples' - AOL UK

AOL UKMore people 'may miss out on tax breaks due to rise in older cohabiting couples'AOL UKHelen Morrissey, a personal finance specialist at Royal London, said: "With each passing year more and more people are choosing to live together as couples, and it is amongst those over pension age where the growth has been the most dramatic.and more »
(23-05-2017)

The price of freedom is regret for hundreds of thousands of pensioners - how to access your retirement savings safely - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukThe price of freedom is regret for hundreds of thousands of pensioners - how to access your retirement savings safelyMirror.co.ukThink about getting advice - It costs money to see an independent financial expert to get one-to-one advice but it can be money well spent. It can help you to understand your options so you take action that best suits your personal circumstances. It ...
(23-05-2017)

Britain's biggest building society Nationwide sees profits fall despite customers opening a record number of current ... - The Sun

The SunBritain's biggest building society Nationwide sees profits fall despite customers opening a record number of current ...The SunNationwide passed the cut on to mortgage customers, but unlike most UK banks it kept rates on some savings accounts unchanged. Chief financial officer Mark Rennison said: “We chose to protect savers from the full effects of the cut, knowing it would ...Britain's Nationwide Building Society profit falls 23 pctLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 27 news articles »
(23-05-2017)

The Bank of Mum and Dad is no solution to rocketing rents - Prospect

ProspectThe Bank of Mum and Dad is no solution to rocketing rentsProspectIncredibly, the Bank of Mum and Dad (BoMaD) is now the UK's ninth largest mortgage lender and will provide over £6.5bn in payments in 2017, up from £5bn in 2016. This generosity will fund deposits for nearly 300,000 mortgages, allowing homes worth ...Average retiree releases £52000 from home value, helping fund child's access to property marketThe Bolton Newsall 2 news articles »
(23-05-2017)

SFO to investigate pension liberation scams - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsSFO to investigate pension liberation scams - BBC NewsBBC NewsInvestors who signed over their pension savings to rogue firms have lost at least £120m.and more »
(23-05-2017)

SFO to investigate pension liberation scams - BBC News

BBC NewsSFO to investigate pension liberation scamsBBC NewsThe Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is to investigate a series of pension liberation scams, in which investors have lost at least £120m. Since 2011 it's thought that more than 1,000 people moved their pension savings into schemes such as Capita Oak and ...and more »
(23-05-2017)

March of cyber crime hits 1 million more victims - AOL UK

AOL UKMarch of cyber crime hits 1 million more victimsAOL UKMore than one in ten people in the UK have had to cancel a credit or debit card in the past year, as the result of online fraud. ... It means that if fraudsters start trying to make unexpected purchases, you can refuse to authorise them - and protect ...
(23-05-2017)
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