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Make sure your pension pot lasts as long as you do - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Make sure your pension pot lasts as long as you doThe Times (subscription)Keith Richards, the chief executive of the Personal Finance Society, a professional body for financial advisers, says millions of people could be left “high and dry” when their pension pots run out. He says that the pensions freedoms led many people to ...
(21-04-2017)

ALEX BRUMMER: Philip Hammond needs a little wiggle room after his calamitous March budget - This is Money

This is MoneyALEX BRUMMER: Philip Hammond needs a little wiggle room after his calamitous March budgetThis is MoneyThe 'triple lock' that guarantees retirees an increase in the state pension equal to averaging earnings, inflation or 2.5 per cent is set for the dustbin of history. The review of the 'triple lock' will not be completed before the election, but Hammond ...and more »
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MPs press for end to frozen state pension 'injustice' - This is Money

This is MoneyMPs press for end to frozen state pension 'injustice'This is MoneyLabour is to include a pledge to unfreeze expats' state pensions in its election manifesto, but the Tory Government defended existing policy in a House of Commons debate this week. Cross-party calls by MPs to start giving 550,000 British pensioners ...and more »
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MPs press for end to frozen state pension 'injustice' | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyMPs press for end to frozen state pension 'injustice' | This is MoneyThis is MoneyLabour is to include a pledge to unfreeze expat state pensions in its election manifesto, but the Tory Government defended existing policy in a House of ...and more »
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MPs rail against frozen state pension 'injustice' in Commons, and Labour pledges to support 550000 elderly expats in ... - This is Money

This is MoneyMPs rail against frozen state pension 'injustice' in Commons, and Labour pledges to support 550000 elderly expats in ...This is MoneyLabour is to include a pledge to unfreeze expats' state pensions in its election manifesto, but the Tory Government defended existing policy in a House of Commons debate this week. Cross-party calls by MPs to start giving 550,000 British pensioners ...and more »
(21-04-2017)

Theresa May defies the right by maintaining 0.7% aid pledge - New Statesman

New StatesmanTheresa May defies the right by maintaining 0.7% aid pledgeNew StatesmanBut she added: "What we need to do, though, is to look at how that money will be spent, and make sure that we are able to spend that money in the most effective way." May has left open the possibility that the UK could abandon the OECD definition of ...and more »
(21-04-2017)

Retail slump shows we're feeling gloomier - Sky News

Sky NewsRetail slump shows we're feeling gloomierSky NewsWhen we feel good about the state of our finances, we tend to go and spend money in the shops, even if we have to borrow money or use a credit card. When we think our finances ... But in the UK, it's more of an issue than most places. One of the ...Rising cost of living sparks biggest drop in retail sales for seven yearsClydebank Postall 58 news articles »
(21-04-2017)

UK bank accounts of Iranian customers still being closed, says law ... - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)UK bank accounts of Iranian customers still being closed, says law ...The Guardian (blog)Firm says closures continue despite lifting of sanctions after Iran nuclear deal and have continued since Trump's inauguration.and more »
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UK bank accounts of Iranian customers still being closed, says law firm - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)UK bank accounts of Iranian customers still being closed, says law firmThe Guardian (blog)A UK law firm handling more than 60 complaints by Iranian nationals who have had their UK bank accounts closed allegedly because of their nationality has reported a continuation in such closures since Donald Trump assumed office. Iranian ... “Banks ...and more »
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Law firm reports surge in Iranians' UK bank accounts being closed - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)Law firm reports surge in Iranians' UK bank accounts being closedThe Guardian (blog)A UK law firm handling more than 60 complaints by Iranian nationals who have had their UK bank accounts closed allegedly because of their nationality has reported a surge in such closures since Donald Trump assumed office. Iranian nationals ... “Banks ...and more »
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Should landlords turn to offset mortgages? - MoneyWeek - MoneyWeek

Should landlords turn to offset mortgages? - MoneyWeekMoneyWeekCould an offset mortgage be the solution for beleaguered landlords looking to boost their cash flow? Emma Lunn investigates.and more »
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Should landlords turn to offset mortgages? - MoneyWeek

Should landlords turn to offset mortgages?MoneyWeekOffset mortgages offer greater flexibility, because they link your savings to your mortgage, reducing the balance on which mortgage interest is charged. .... MoneyWeek has been advising private British investors on what to do with their money since 2000.and more »
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How to get a £25000-a-year pension equivalent by saving just £32 a month - iNews

iNewsHow to get a £25000-a-year pension equivalent by saving just £32 a monthiNewsIt's not just about what you put in which determines your retirement income but also what you do with the money while it's in your pension and what you do when you get to retirement age. With some smart planning you can achieve the equivalent of a £25 ...
(21-04-2017)

Should you transfer out of a final salary pension scheme? - What Investment

What InvestmentShould you transfer out of a final salary pension scheme?What InvestmentImportantly, the scheme member carries none of the investment risk that comes with building up a pension pot. The generosity of this offering when compared to personal pensions, where all the investment risk and the costs rest on the individual, couldn ...and more »
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Nic Cicutti: Solving the FSCS' long list of problems - Money Marketing

Money MarketingNic Cicutti: Solving the FSCS' long list of problemsMoney MarketingThis vexed issue has been going on for long enough and it is time a solution is found that does not continue to penalise the vast majority of small advisers for the actions of a minority who take unnecessary risks with their clients' money. ... When I ...and more »
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