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This is MoneyWill the 25% tax-free pension lump sum be abolished? | This is MoneyThis is MoneyEx-Pensions Minister Steve Webb is This Is Money's Agony Uncle. This week, a 47-year-old hopes to use his tax-free lump sum to pay off his mortgage at ...and more »
Will the 25% tax-free pension lump sum be abolished by the time I retire? Steve Webb repliesThis is MoneyI have a few pensions, including a personal pension that I've been paying into for over 20 years. I'm considering increasing ... However, I realise that there are a couple of risks: the rules may change and remove the 25 per cent tax-free lump sum ...and more »
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The worst banks for refusing to refund victims of card fraud revealed - and how to get your cash back - The Sun

The SunThe worst banks for refusing to refund victims of card fraud revealed - and how to get your cash backThe SunThe cases relate to credit and debit card fraud, including misplaced transactions, missing payments, ATM disputes and incorrect debits taken by shops. Harry Rose, money .... Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 78 24516 ...
(19-05-2017)

Pension freedoms make it harder for over-55s to get a mortgage: Former pensions minister warns lenders must ... - This is Money

This is MoneyPension freedoms make it harder for over-55s to get a mortgage: Former pensions minister warns lenders must ...This is MoneyThousands of UK retirees face difficulties getting a home loan due to a downside of new pension freedoms, one of the chief architects of pension reforms has warned. Speaking at the Building Societies Association's annual conference, former pensions ...
(19-05-2017)

The key pledges made by Labour, the Conservatives and the Lib Dems in the run-up to the UK general election - The Guardian

The key pledges made by Labour, the Conservatives and the Lib Dems in the run-up to the UK general electionThe GuardianThe key pledges made by Labour, the Conservatives and the Lib Dems in the run-up to the UK general election ... Continue to restore public finances and have a balanced budget by middle of next decade .... Increase personal allowance to £12,500 and the ...and more »
(19-05-2017)

Longest ever interest-free credit cards available - moneyfacts.co.uk

Longest ever interest-free credit cards availablemoneyfacts.co.ukCompetition has been heating up in the interest-free credit card sector of late, with providers continually looking to leapfrog each other to get to the top of the charts. Indeed, in the last few weeks we've seen the launch of the longest ever 0 ...and more »
(19-05-2017)

Five simple tips to get free money - from switching bank accounts to claiming tax rebates - iNews

iNewsFive simple tips to get free money - from switching bank accounts to claiming tax rebatesiNewsHowever, this card has a £140 annual fee after the first year, so diarise to cancel before then if you want to avoid it. And as it's a charge card, not a credit card, you MUST repay IN FULL every month, if not you face a £12 penalty and a mark on your ...and more »
(19-05-2017)

Pension funds and wealth tax - The Connexion

Pension funds and wealth taxThe ConnexionQ&A: Avoid fees on UK money transfer Pension funds ... For example, in the UK it is quite common to have several different occupational pensions from different employments and also additional personal pensions that may be tied to employment. In ...
(19-05-2017)

6 smart money moves to make as an adult - Good Housekeeping UK

6 smart money moves to make as an adultGood Housekeeping UKYet, worryingly, one in four UK families has less than £95 in savings at any one time. How much ... Under new rules, you are allowed to pass your personal or company pension on to a family member when you die, so don't forget to nominate your beneficiary.
(19-05-2017)

Top 4 Fund Platforms to Take 75% of Cash by 2022 - Morningstar

Top 4 Fund Platforms to Take 75% of Cash by 2022MorningstarA survey carried out in March this year by FundsNetwork, the second largest platform in the UK, showed that 83% of advisory firms believe that the platform market will consolidate over the next few years. Key drivers behind the consolidation, were the ...
(19-05-2017)

Failure to raise interest rates may encourage families to rack up debt problems, warns former MPC member - This is Money

This is MoneyFailure to raise interest rates may encourage families to rack up debt problems, warns former MPC memberThis is MoneyThe Bank of England's failure to raise interest rates could stoke consumer debt and put millions of households at risk, a former member of the Monetary Policy Committee has warned. Speaking to building societies ahead of last week's decision to keep ...and more »
(19-05-2017)

Former nurse living in car and has to eat DOG FOOD due to disability benefits cuts - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukFormer nurse living in car and has to eat DOG FOOD due to disability benefits cutsMirror.co.ukA former nurse claims she is living out of her car and has to eat dog food after suffering a cut to her benefits. Ann Cumberland-Quinn, 56, who relies on a mobility scooter and crutches to get about, has struggled since her Personal Independence ...and more »
(19-05-2017)

Why banks can give you a credit card you never applied for - This is Money

This is MoneyWhy banks can give you a credit card you never applied forThis is Money... target their card applications where they're likely to be successful, taking much of the guesswork out of applying for credit and reducing the chances of wasted applications and unwanted credit report footprints.' Price comparison sites, Money.co ...
(19-05-2017)

Why banks can give you a credit card you never applied for and lump you with a higher rate or shorter 0% interest deal - This is Money

This is MoneyWhy banks can give you a credit card you never applied for and lump you with a higher rate or shorter 0% interest dealThis is MoneyNearly a quarter of borrowers believe that getting accepted for a credit card guarantees them the advertised interest rate and 0 per cent promotion. But what many consumers don't realise is that in order to meet advertising standards lenders are only ...
(19-05-2017)

ITV leaders' debate recap: Updates and analysis from first major clash of general election campaign - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukITV leaders' debate recap: Updates and analysis from first major clash of general election campaignMirror.co.ukEarlier today, the Tory manifesto was launched in Yorkshire and it includes plans for a free vote on bringing back fox hunting, an end to the triple lock on pensions and an extra £8billion for the NHS without saying where the money is coming from. Mrs ...and more »
(18-05-2017)

Cheaper to rent than buy in over half of Britain's biggest cities (and where you're better-off buying) - The Sun

The SunCheaper to rent than buy in over half of Britain's biggest cities (and where you're better-off buying)The SunIT is cheaper to rent a home than buy in more than HALF of Britain's big cities and towns, new data has found. The monthly cost of renting a two-bed house is cheaper than servicing a mortgage in 54 per cent of Britain's 50 biggest urban areas, Zoopla ...and more »
(18-05-2017)

Conquer fear of credit cards now, reap benefits later - Business Insider

Conquer fear of credit cards now, reap benefits laterBusiness InsiderYour credit score is a gauge of how much you can be trusted to borrow money: Do you spend within your means? Repay the money on time? Using a credit card responsibly demonstrates your ability to meet your financial obligations and builds your score.and more »
(18-05-2017)
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