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This is MoneySkipton launches 7-year mortgage at just 2.99% | This is MoneyThis is MoneyThe stonkingly low rate is part of a refresh from the lender, which has also sliced rates on its two-year residential tracker mortgages and three-year purchase and remortgage fixes.Why banks are wooing first-time buyers again | Money | The TimesThe Timesall 2 news articles »
The GuardianPeople in their late 20s have worse credit rating than teenagersThe GuardianSurveys have highlighted a worrying lack of money skills among young people, but when it comes to their credit scores, it seems teenagers are doing something right. New data from Experian shared exclusively with Guardian Money suggests that, on average ...
The GuardianSelf-employed? Here's how to get a mortgageThe GuardianIt took a year for self-employed Jo-Anna Francis to remortgage following a divorce. Photograph: Jo-Anna Francis. The number of people who are self-employed has increased dramatically since 20001, jumping from 3.3 million to 4.8 million. Do their ...
The GuardianWarren Evans buyers sleep uneasily as bed firm foldsThe GuardianThe firm, a long-time favourite with Guardian and Observer readers because of its ethical stance, called in administrators on 6 February after failing to find a new investor. The collapse leaves a trail of customers who now face applying to their ...
Telegraph.co.ukMore families turn to pensions to avoid death dutiesTelegraph.co.ukSince then, money is passed on entirely tax-free if the original saver dies under the age of 75. Where death occurs over 75, recipients pay tax at their usual “marginal” rate of income tax. With careful planning, that means in some cases tax can be ...
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Man punched police officer at Buckingham Palace, court hears - The Guardian

The GuardianMan punched police officer at Buckingham Palace, court hearsThe GuardianBoyd said: “He appears to have taken exception to the way in which PC Collins dealt with him, believing he was behaving rather officiously.” He continued: “He was arrested and taken to the police station. He admitted the offences in interview and ...and more »
(16-02-2018)

This shocking graph is the reason why young people can't afford to buy a house - The Sun

Mortgage IntroducerThis shocking graph is the reason why young people can't afford to buy a houseThe SunYou will need to pay this back at the end of the mortgage or when you sell. Starter Homes: First-time buyers under the age of 40 can access this new scheme. You'll get a 20 per cent discount on the market value of the property (new-build only) but you ...Homeownership among young adults dramatically down –especially in the South EastMortgage IntroducerDreams of home ownership 'collapse' for UK's young adultsFinancial ReporterHome-ownership among young adults has collapsed - and it's a problem for everyoneMirror.co.ukall 39 news articles »
(16-02-2018)

Kentucky Senate President Shuts Down Bevin's 401(k) Proposal - Chief Investment Officer

Chief Investment OfficerKentucky Senate President Shuts Down Bevin's 401(k) ProposalChief Investment Officer“During our ongoing inquiry into pension freedom and choice we received worrying evidence regarding financial advice provided to members of the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS). BSPS members have, over the past year, been exploited for cynical ...and more »
(16-02-2018)

Taking an interest: When will UK interest rates rise? How much will they go up by? What does it mean for my mortgage? - Homes and Property

Homes and PropertyTaking an interest: When will UK interest rates rise? How much will they go up by? What does it mean for my mortgage?Homes and PropertyMortgage rates are unlikely to return to the “old norm” of five per cent even if they do rise several times this year, however, says Mark Harris of SPF Private Clients. “The expectation is that they will settle around two per cent,” he says. “The ...and more »
(16-02-2018)

Pound to dollar exchange rate – sterling settles against USD ahead of the weekend - The Sun

The SunPound to dollar exchange rate – sterling settles against USD ahead of the weekendThe SunIf you've left it until the last minute order online for airport collection so you get the best of both worlds. Use comparison tools – MoneySavingExpert's TravelMoneyMax enables you to compare pick-up and pre-order rates. Don't pay for travel money ...
(16-02-2018)

UK retail sales much lower than expected in January - business live - The Guardian

The GuardianUK retail sales much lower than expected in January - business liveThe GuardianHopes for a rebound on December's poor UK retail sales results failed to materialise after today's data revealed sluggish growth in January. UK shoppers continued the theme of keeping their money in their pockets post-Christmas, and weaker than ...and more »
(16-02-2018)

Australia banks tighten mortgage checks amid government inquiry, face revenue strain - Reuters

ReutersAustralia banks tighten mortgage checks amid government inquiry, face revenue strainReutersThe lenders have been under regulatory pressure to boost capital and rein in lending to speculative investors amid fears of a downturn in the property markets of the country's biggest cities. Moreover, a government-backed inquiry into banks began ...and more »
(16-02-2018)

Australia banks tighten mortgage checks amid government inquiry, face revenue strain - Reuters UK

Reuters UKAustralia banks tighten mortgage checks amid government inquiry, face revenue strainReuters UKThe lenders have been under regulatory pressure to boost capital and rein in lending to speculative investors amid fears of a downturn in the property markets of the country's biggest cities. Moreover, a government-backed inquiry into banks began ...and more »
(16-02-2018)

The self-employed must save more for their retirement - MoneyWeek

MoneyWeekThe self-employed must save more for their retirementMoneyWeekThe plans come in different forms, from simple stakeholder pensions to self-invested personal pensions (Sipps), offering greater investment freedom and control. Take professional financial advice on the right plan for your circumstances: returns will ...
(16-02-2018)

Who gets what from illness cover linked to a mortgage if a couple split? - The Guardian

The GuardianWho gets what from illness cover linked to a mortgage if a couple split?The GuardianJohn Darnton and Alice Mathams, at Bircham Dyson Bell solicitors, reckon that if the payment has to be used to pay off the mortgage – not all lender policies insist on this – the couple should agree to adjust their respective shares in the property to ...
(16-02-2018)

Bitcoin trading SHOCK: Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase found OVERCHARGING investors - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBitcoin trading SHOCK: Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase found OVERCHARGING investorsExpress.co.uk... closed my bank account, removed Coinbase from everything etc. They will give me my f** money back! I made all of that money in crypto over the past eight months. “This is not good and I feel sick. I knew there was a risk to lose money in this space ...and more »
(16-02-2018)

Cryptocurrency investors on Coinbase got hit with thousands of dollars in 'ghost' charges after a credit card ... - Business Insider

Business InsiderCryptocurrency investors on Coinbase got hit with thousands of dollars in 'ghost' charges after a credit card ...Business InsiderSome bitcoin investors are up in arms, after a glitch with Coinbase's credit card processor sparked reports on Reddit that the cryptocurrency exchange had hit them with multiple erroneous charges worth many thousands of dollars. "Welp officially broke ...and more »
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Cryptocurrency investors on Coinbase got hit with thousands of dollars in 'ghost' charges after a credit card ... - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKCryptocurrency investors on Coinbase got hit with thousands of dollars in 'ghost' charges after a credit card ...Business Insider UKSome bitcoin investors are up in arms, after a glitch with Coinbase's credit card processor sparked reports on Reddit that the cryptocurrency exchange had hit them with multiple erroneous charges worth many thousands of dollars. "Welp officially broke ...and more »
(16-02-2018)

The 'black magic' bank heist - BBC News

BBC NewsThe 'black magic' bank heistBBC NewsThe money had indeed doubled. Ayoub was delighted - and the heist could begin. "He believed it was Black Magic - that Mr Sissoko could double the money," says Alan Fine, a Miami attorney the bank later asked to investigate the crime. "So he would send ...and more »
(16-02-2018)

Mortgages get more expensive as rates hit near 4-year peak - Daily Mail

Daily MailMortgages get more expensive as rates hit near 4-year peakDaily MailAverage long-term mortgage rates have been rising steadily this year and are now at the highest level in almost four years. That translates into higher mortgage payments and more money paid out over the life of the typical 30-year home loan. Mortgage ...and more »
(16-02-2018)
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