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ReutersUK Plans to Sell $20 Billion of RBS Shares Over Five YearsBloombergChief Executive Officer Ross McEwan has said he's optimistic the Edinburgh-based bank can reach a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over a mortgage-bond probe before the end of the year. That would remove the biggest remaining obstacle to ...UK's 15-billion-pound RBS sale to boost government coffersReutersBudget 2017: UK to sell RBS stake despite sitting on £26bn lossFinancial TimesRBS share sale to begin by 2019 - but public's 71% stake is now worth just £23.7bn a decade after £46bn bail outThis is Moneyall 60 news articles »
ReutersSweden wants Brexit progress in December, but UK must move on moneyReutersGENEVA (Reuters) - Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said on Wednesday he wanted Brexit talks to move to the next stage in December but there were red lines and Britain needed to make commitments to the rest of the European Union, especially on ...and more »
Moneywise MagazineAutumn Budget 2017: Households need more support ahead of pension auto-enrolment contribution riseMoneywise MagazineSteve Webb, director of policy at Royal London – and former pensions minister under the Tory-Lib Dem coalition – says: “In April next year millions of workers will be asked to put more money in their pension and it is vital that they do not opt out as ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukLeasehold vs freehold: what's easier to buy?Telegraph.co.ukHomes sold as leasehold are constantly devaluing, and those with a lease of less than 80 years can find it hard to secure a further mortgage as lenders may think its value is plummeting. The property may consequently be harder to sell unless the lease ...
The GuardianBudget 2017: What it means for your walletThe IndependentAnd while the Chancellor announced punitive powers for local authorities to tackle empty property with a 100 per cent council tax premium and plans for a 300,000 new home boost to the UK's housing stock every year by the middle of 2020, we're still ...Autumn budget 2017: a sneak peek inside the chancellor's red box …The GuardianThe 5 massive crises Philip Hammond's Budget speech simply ignoredMirror.co.ukBudget 2017: What does it mean for your money?Financial TimesContractor UK -Moneywise Magazine -Telegraph.co.ukall 2,303 news articles »
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ASK TONY: Should I take my delayed state pension as lump sum or a bigger income? - This is Money

This is MoneyASK TONY: Should I take my delayed state pension as lump sum or a bigger income?This is MoneyHere are some from our story about how Britain's biggest insurers are trying to brush a major investment scandal under the carpet that could see 70,000 savers forced to sell their homes. I was four years into my first ... I remember my building society ...and more »
(22-11-2017)

Shamed: The firms that charge you up to 3% to pay by credit card... even though ministers say the fees are a rip-off - This is Money

This is MoneyShamed: The firms that charge you up to 3% to pay by credit card... even though ministers say the fees are a rip-offThis is MoneyA Money Mail investigation found customers are having to fork out as much as 3 per cent extra to pay by credit card. In some .... In Britain, ministers went further, including charges for using American Express, PayPal and Apple Pay in the January 13 ban.
(22-11-2017)

MONEY MORSELS: Mounting debt, cold call crooks and slashed property prices in the run up to Christmas - This is Money

This is MoneyMONEY MORSELS: Mounting debt, cold call crooks and slashed property prices in the run up to ChristmasThis is MoneyEach week, Money Mail rounds up some of the week's personal finance news. Here, it updates on cold-calling scandals ... Alan Stott, of Stotts Tours in Oldham, pleaded guilty to 16 offences of wilfully failing to follow rules requiring companies to ...
(22-11-2017)

DAN HYDE: The shameless credit card fee trick has been exposed - yet dozens of firms are still at it - This is Money

This is MoneyDAN HYDE: The shameless credit card fee trick has been exposed - yet dozens of firms are still at itThis is MoneyThe most annoying thing about being charged extra to pay by credit card is discovering this nasty little surprise at the checkout. It's a kick in the teeth after hours shopping around for a holiday deal or car cover. Whether the 3 per cent surcharge ...and more »
(22-11-2017)

£8k extra cost of lifetime mortgage at Nationwide | This is Money - This is Money

This is Money£8k extra cost of lifetime mortgage at Nationwide | This is MoneyThis is MoneyThe building society last week launched a deal letting borrowers aged 55 to 84 release cash from their home without having to make monthly payments.and more »
(22-11-2017)

Nationwide's new lifetime mortgage could set customers up to £8k more than the cheapest deal - This is Money

This is MoneyNationwide's new lifetime mortgage could set customers up to £8k more than the cheapest dealThis is MoneyNationwide customers who take out its new lifetime mortgage could end up paying £8,000 more than the cheapest deal. The building society last week launched a deal letting borrowers aged 55 to 84 release cash from their home without having to make ...and more »
(22-11-2017)

Thousands of Lloyds card holders are hit by fraud as crooks glean numbers and set up fake shop accounts - This is Money

This is MoneyThousands of Lloyds card holders are hit by fraud as crooks glean numbers and set up fake shop accountsThis is MoneyFraudsters are gleaning credit card numbers to steal cash from unsuspecting customers, Money Mail has heard. The crooks, who ... UK customers found cash was being spent on their Lloyds cards in U.S. stores even though they hadn't travelled to America.
(22-11-2017)

Uber concealed massive hack that exposed data of 57m drivers and users - The Guardian

The GuardianUber concealed massive hack that exposed data of 57m drivers and usersThe GuardianThe company said more sensitive information, such as location data, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, social security numbers, and birth dates, had not been compromised. ... “Here's the good news: drivers will finally squeeze money out of Uber.”.Uber PAID hackers to keep quiet about stealing the personal details of 57m customersThe SunUber reveals hackers downloaded personal information of 57 MILLION customers worldwideMirror.co.ukUber hacked: What you need to knowMoneySavingExpertDaily Mailall 387 news articles »
(21-11-2017)

Uber covered up massive hack that exposed data of 57m users and drivers - The Guardian

The GuardianUber covered up massive hack that exposed data of 57m users and driversThe GuardianThe company said more sensitive information, such as location data, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, social security numbers, and birth dates, had not been compromised. ... “Here's the good news: drivers will finally squeeze money out of Uber.”.Uber reveals hackers downloaded personal information of 57 MILLION customers worldwideMirror.co.ukUber: Hackers stole 57m passengers, drivers' info. We also bribed the thieves $100k to STFUThe RegisterHackers stole personal data of 57MILLION Uber customers and drivers - and the company 'paid them $100000 to ...Daily Mailall 269 news articles »
(21-11-2017)

Martin Lewis: Book your flights TOMORROW to save hundreds, says Money Saving Expert - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukMartin Lewis: Book your flights TOMORROW to save hundreds, says Money Saving ExpertExpress.co.ukMartin Lewis, Money Saving Expert, says you could save HUNDREDS on your flights if you book them tomorrow morning, November 22. Budget airline Easyjet are launching a batch of new flights early tomorrow – they release these five times a year – and ...and more »
(21-11-2017)

Emma Stone And Billie Jean King On Battle Of The Sexes, Equality And Role Models - Vogue.co.uk

Vogue.co.ukEmma Stone And Billie Jean King On Battle Of The Sexes, Equality And Role ModelsVogue.co.uk... And Role Models. As Battle of the Sexes arrives on UK screens, with Oscar-winner Emma Stone portraying tennis hero Billie Jean King as she took on Bobby Riggs in the famous 1973 tennis showdown, the pair talk to Vogue's Lisa Niven about role models ...and more »
(21-11-2017)

New UK App Allows Consumers To Make Purchases With Gold - Kitco News

Kitco NewsNew UK App Allows Consumers To Make Purchases With GoldKitco NewsU.K.-based Glint Pay announced Tuesday the release of beta-app and credit card that allows consumers to buy portions of gold and then use the account to make purchases. The gold-focused payments company has partnered with Mastercard and Lloyds ...The new gold and bitcoin bankcards that enable you to spend entirely without cashTelegraph.co.ukall 12 news articles »
(21-11-2017)

Is Bank of Mum & Dad closing to first-time buyers? - moneyfacts.co.uk

Is Bank of Mum & Dad closing to first-time buyers?moneyfacts.co.uk... a significant amount. Yet it may not be a gift outright; while 57% of respondents said that the money doesn't need to be repaid, 27% said that it should be seen as an advance on inheritance, and 15% viewed it as more of a loan and expected the ...and more »
(21-11-2017)

Four reasons why you should switch from cash to credit cards, says Martin Lewis - Derby Telegraph

Derby TelegraphFour reasons why you should switch from cash to credit cards, says Martin LewisDerby TelegraphHe told his Money Saving Expert website : "While cash feels real, and convenient, it's risky. "A woman once sent me an email desperate for help for her very nearly 90-year-old dad. He'd paid a restaurant a decent-sized cash deposit to book to celebrate ...and more »
(21-11-2017)

Four reasons why you should stop carrying cash from Money Saving ... - Leicester Mercury

Leicester MercuryFour reasons why you should stop carrying cash from Money Saving ...Leicester MercuryPeople should aim to switch to paying for almost everything using credit cards.and more »
(21-11-2017)
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