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Are you losing out on £1800 a year? Martin Lewis REVEALS you could be entitled to benefit - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukAre you losing out on £1800 a year? Martin Lewis REVEALS you could be entitled to benefitExpress.co.ukMatin Lewis Money Saving Expert urged Britons to check if they are entitled to UK benefits to the tune of £1800, before universal credit is rolled out across the country. On Good Morning ... Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert: Fixed rate or tracker mortgage?
(19-10-2017)

Are you saving enough for your pension? Here's our age-by-age ... - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordAre you saving enough for your pension? Here's our age-by-age ...Scottish Daily RecordThousands of us will be panicking after the report from the Financial Conduct Authority suggesting we might have to work into our 70s, or even longer, because ...Half of UK adults are financially vulnerable, City watchdog findsThe Guardian15 million people forced to work until they drop as they don't pay into a pensionMirror.co.ukMore than 4 MILLION are 'living on the brink of financial meltdown with many borrowing from their families to pay ...Daily MailBBC News -FCAall 80 news articles »
(19-10-2017)

Are you saving enough for your pension? Here's our age-by-age guide to planning your retirement - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordAre you saving enough for your pension? Here's our age-by-age guide to planning your retirementScottish Daily RecordPensions are a really tax-efficient way to invest money since the Government give you tax relief on the money that you pay in, making it easier to build up a bigger fund for when you stop work. Remember there .... You can look at setting up a personal ...Half of UK adults are financially vulnerable, City watchdog findsThe Guardian15 million people forced to work until they drop as they don't pay into a pensionMirror.co.ukMore than 4 MILLION are 'living on the brink of financial meltdown with many borrowing from their families to pay ...Daily MailBBC News -FCAall 80 news articles »
(19-10-2017)

1 in 6 people would struggle to make ends meet if their monthly spending jumped by just £50 - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk1 in 6 people would struggle to make ends meet if their monthly spending jumped by just £50Mirror.co.ukJoanna Elson, chief executive at the Money Advice Trust, the charity that runs National Debtline, said: “These findings confirm the scale of the financial issues that millions of people in the UK face. “With this week's announcement of inflation rising ...
(19-10-2017)

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Express.co.ukxxxxxExpress.co.ukMore than £47.2billion has been added to the property wealth of UK homeowners aged 65 and over in the three months to September, as the market recovered across all regions. Since Key Retirement started producing its ... Others see their income further ...and more »
(18-10-2017)

Bank to push energy and broadband deals through new smartphone app in UK first - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBank to push energy and broadband deals through new smartphone app in UK firstTelegraph.co.ukBanks were told that customers must be given the capability to apply for loans, overdrafts and mortgages on their mobile phone, as well as be able to transfer money between accounts. The move is expected to increase competition by allowing customers to ...and more »
(18-10-2017)

Half of UK's adults potentially vulnerable to financial harm, research reveals - iNews

iNewsHalf of UK's adults potentially vulnerable to financial harm, research revealsiNewsBritish people are on the brink of a personal finance crisis as new figures reveal more than four million people have repeatedly failed to pay their bills in the past six months. Half of the UK's adult population, more than 25 million people, has been ...
(18-10-2017)

The best mortgages for first-time buyers with 5pc, 10pc and 15pc deposits - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe best mortgages for first-time buyers with 5pc, 10pc and 15pc depositsTelegraph.co.ukFirst-time buyer borrowing has risen dramatically this year. Newcomers to the property market took out 34,400 mortgages totaling £5.7bn in August, according to the most recent available figures from UK Finance, the trade body. That means borrowing for ...
(18-10-2017)

The best mortgages for first-time buyers with 5pc, 10pc and 15pc deposits - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe best mortgages for first-time buyers with 5pc, 10pc and 15pc depositsTelegraph.co.ukFirst-time buyer borrowing has risen dramatically this year. Newcomers to the property market took out 34,400 mortgages totaling £5.7bn in August, according to the most recent available figures from UK Finance, the trade body. That means borrowing for ...
(18-10-2017)

Half of UK adults are financially vulnerable, City watchdog finds ... - The Guardian

The GuardianHalf of UK adults are financially vulnerable, City watchdog finds ...The GuardianFCA figures will increase concern among policymakers over how British households will cope with an interest rate rise.Half of UK adults potentially vulnerable, FCA's Financial Lives report findsAOL UKMore than 4 MILLION are 'living on the brink of financial meltdown with many borrowing from their families to pay ...Daily MailUp to half of UK adults show signs of financial vulnerabilityYour MoneyWhat Investmentall 55 news articles »
(18-10-2017)

Half of UK adults are financially vulnerable, City watchdog finds - The Guardian

The GuardianHalf of UK adults are financially vulnerable, City watchdog findsThe GuardianThe Financial Conduct Authority's biggest ever survey of households found that 4.1 million people are already in serious financial difficulty, falling behind with bills and credit card payments, with 25- to 34-year-olds the most over-indebted. The FCA ...Generation of 'vulnerable' workers set for retirement hardship as a third fail to save into a pension, warns watchdogThis is MoneyMore than 4 MILLION are 'living on the brink of financial meltdown with many borrowing from their families to pay ...Daily MailFinancial Lives Survey 2017 - FCAFCAall 80 news articles »
(18-10-2017)

Pension news: Mortgages help new generation of pensioners make ... - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukPension news: Mortgages help new generation of pensioners make ...Express.co.ukLIFETIME mortgages help a new generation of pensioners make the most of their retirement.and more »
(18-10-2017)

Lifetime mortgages help new generation of pensioners make most of retirement - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukLifetime mortgages help new generation of pensioners make most of retirementExpress.co.ukHomeowners continue to see the value of their properties surge while struggling to meet everyday living costs and bills. The average property rose 5 per cent in the last year to hit £244,000 in England, official figures published yesterday show ...and more »
(18-10-2017)

Lifetime mortgages help new generation of pensioners make most of retirement - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukLifetime mortgages help new generation of pensioners make most of retirementExpress.co.ukHomeowners continue to see the value of their properties surge while struggling to meet everyday living costs and bills. The average property rose 5 per cent in the last year to hit £244,000 in England, official figures published yesterday show ...and more »
(18-10-2017)

'How could we survive the month on fresh air?' - the heartbreaking stories of people left crushed emotionally and ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk'How could we survive the month on fresh air?' - the heartbreaking stories of people left crushed emotionally and ...Mirror.co.ukUniversal Credit continues to be rolled out, despite growing concerns that it is all too often harming those it is meant to help. Today the Work & Pensions Committee has expressed its concern that the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has “no idea ...and more »
(18-10-2017)
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