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Telegraph.co.ukSamantha Cameron: I can't afford designer clothes - I have kids and ...Telegraph.co.ukAs the wife of a former Prime Minister and with a successful career of her own, Samantha Cameron might appear to have few money worries.Samantha Cameron says she lacked disposable income | Daily Mail ...Daily Mailall 2 news articles »
The GuardianUK consumer credit rises as the pound pushes above $1.30 - business liveThe GuardianMark Carney in Sintra Portugal, where he said on Wednesday some removal of stimulus could become necessary. His comments sent the pound up almost a cent against the dollar, and pushed it above $1.30 on Thursday Photograph: Horacio Villalobos ...
This is MoneyWomen's pension income trails men's by £6400 in 2017, as gender gap in retirement widens againThis is MoneyMen retiring in 2017 will be £6,400 a year better off than woman on average after the pension income gap dramatically widened to 45 per cent. Women's annual pension expectations have slipped over the past year to £14,300 while men's have surged to ...and more »
The SunWorkers turning to PAYDAY LOANS to make ends meet and pay off unexpected bills, poll findsThe SunMore than one in ten said they needed the money to help with mortgage and rent commitments and ten per cent said they needed extra money to help with utility bills. Stephanie Cole, Operations Manager at Readies said: “Payday loans have a negative ...and more »
This is MoneyInterest-free credit card terms have more than doubled in five years. Will 0% deals continue to climb and should we ...This is MoneyJane Clack, debt consultant at Payplan explains: 'Record low interest rates have led to people spending cheap or free money to massive levels. But those people could now be sitting on a credit card time bomb. Ever more 0 per cent interest deals ...and more »
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House prices RISE after three months of falls – but Nationwide warns that the future of the housing market is uncertain - The Sun

AOL UKHouse prices RISE after three months of falls – but Nationwide warns that the future of the housing market is uncertainThe SunHannah Maundrell, Editor-in-Chief of money.co.uk advised future home buyers to make sure they do their research and haggle to get a price they're happy with. She said: “If you ... You will need to pay this back at the end of the mortgage or when you sell.House price growth pushes average value over £210000, says NationwideAOL UKall 60 news articles »
(28-06-2017)

Bank of England deputy opposes rate hike, as UK house prices rebound - business live - The Guardian

The GuardianBank of England deputy opposes rate hike, as UK house prices rebound - business liveThe GuardianNow is the time to check what redundancy rights you have and dig out any income or mortgage protection policies you hold just in case. “It's also worth checking what support from the government you'd be entitled to if ... The mutual's stake had already ...
(28-06-2017)

Income drawdown: how to access your pension cash without a hefty tax bill - lovemoney.com

lovemoney.comIncome drawdown: how to access your pension cash without a hefty tax billlovemoney.comWith this type of drawdown, you take the taxable part of your pot and put it into one of more other funds which are suitable for your needs and allow you to take a taxable income at a time to suit you. ... As the combined amount from her defined ...
(28-06-2017)

Would you use a contactless card to donate? The Church of England is installing readers in 40 churches - This is Money

This is MoneyWould you use a contactless card to donate? The Church of England is installing readers in 40 churchesThis is MoneyChurchgoers will soon be able to donate money with a contactless debit or credit card. The Church of England is ... Such payments now account for £25 billion of purchases a year in this country, according to the UK Cards Association. Churches in other ...and more »
(28-06-2017)

City watchdog cracks down on investment industry charges - BBC News

BBC NewsCity watchdog cracks down on investment industry chargesBBC NewsInvestors must be quoted an "all-in fee" to make charges more transparent in a shake-up of the investment sector, the City regulator has confirmed. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said that the asset management sector held the savings of millions ...and more »
(28-06-2017)

FCA says UK's £7tn asset management industry needs radical reform - The Guardian

The GuardianFCA says UK's £7tn asset management industry needs radical reformThe GuardianBritain's £7tn asset management industry must introduce sweeping reforms to cut costs and improve returns for savers after years of raking in sustained, high profits, the City regulator has said. Publishing the final findings of its asset management ...'Single all-in fee' for fund investors backed by watchdogs - but not until new EU rules start in early 2018This is Moneyall 38 news articles »
(28-06-2017)

UK Nationwide June HPI 1.1% vs 0.1% exp - ForexLive

ForexLiveUK Nationwide June HPI 1.1% vs 0.1% expForexLiveA timely upturn in HPI given the BOE's announcement yesterday that they would implement more stringent tests on mortgage applications. GBPUSD unfazed at 1.2814 after a previous dip lower . EURGBP 0.8864 from 0.9974 highs with month-end demand in ...and more »
(28-06-2017)

Moral Money: 'My aunt left me £50000 and my sister nothing. Should I share the cash?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMoral Money: 'My aunt left me £50000 and my sister nothing. Should I share the cash?'Telegraph.co.ukThe sizeable lump sum went on my mortgage, allowing me to pay it off completely (a huge weight lifted), and then I started saving it back up at a rate I could afford, and which would cover the total "borrowed" in time, knowing that, by the time the ...
(28-06-2017)

Brexit one year on: how your finances have changed - City A.M.

City A.M.Brexit one year on: how your finances have changedCity A.M.Features writer at City A.M. covering personal finance and trading. Reach me at [..] Show ... Many UK pension funds have been supercharged by the fall in sterling because a large portion of the investments are allocated to overseas assets. Jason ...and more »
(28-06-2017)

Newspaper headlines: 'May's top team splits over Brexit' - BBC News

BBC NewsNewspaper headlines: 'May's top team splits over Brexit'BBC NewsImage caption On the same story, the i says tensions were laid bare as senior ministers squared up in public over competing plans for the UK's future, the Brexit secretary was contradicted by Downing Street, and the chancellor warned the prime minister ...and more »
(28-06-2017)

Should you ditch your final salary pension? Watchdog... - This is Money

This is MoneyShould you ditch your final salary pension? Watchdog...This is MoneyCashing in a final salary scheme means transferring a chunk of money out of your company plan and into a personal pension plan. Once you've moved ... In total, Britain's 5,794 remaining final salary pension schemes face a £232 billion black hole in ...
(27-06-2017)

Report warns young pension savers heading for cash shortfall - AOL ... - AOL UK

AOL UKReport warns young pension savers heading for cash shortfall - AOL ...AOL UKSeven in 10 young pension savers risk heading for a cash shortfall in their retirement, a report warns. People aged 22 to 29 years old typically expect to need an ...Will you ever be able to stop working? The mistake seven in 10 young Brits are makingMirror.co.ukall 10 news articles »
(27-06-2017)

Report warns young pension savers heading for cash shortfall - AOL UK

AOL UKReport warns young pension savers heading for cash shortfallAOL UKMore than a third (37%) of those aged 22 to 29 years old said student loans were eating into their monthly pay cheques, while 21% had unpaid credit card bills. Scottish Widows suggested that pensions should reflect the digital age to encourage younger ...and more »
(27-06-2017)

Should you join the rush to cash in your final salary pension? Experts warn it could be a huge mistake - This is Money

This is MoneyShould you join the rush to cash in your final salary pension? Experts warn it could be a huge mistakeThis is MoneyCashing in a final salary scheme means transferring a chunk of money out of your company plan and into a personal pension plan. Once you've moved ... In total, Britain's 5,794 remaining final salary pension schemes face a £232 billion black hole in ...
(27-06-2017)

Now donate money at church using a contactless debit card: CofE installing readers in 40 churches - This is Money

This is MoneyNow donate money at church using a contactless debit card: CofE installing readers in 40 churchesThis is MoneyChurchgoers will soon be able to donate money with a contactless debit or credit card. The Church of England is installing contactless card readers in 40 churches from August, in a trial aimed at modernising the way it collects money. It hopes making ...and more »
(27-06-2017)
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