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Spectator.co.uk (blog)Cuts, Bovis, housing and loansSpectator.co.uk (blog)The prospect of swingeing cuts to public services edged closer today despite plans by nearly every local authority in England to raise council tax in 2017. The BBC reports that rises of up to 4.99 per cent are expected across the country. Nevertheless ...
Investing.com UKWill Article 50 Derail UK Banks Recovery?Investing.com UKThe bank recently announced the purchase of the MBNA credit card business for £1.9bn boosting its position in the UK credit card market to 26% as it looks to take on Barclaycard. The only cloud on the horizon remains legacy issues with the ... Last ...and more »
This is MoneySavings inequality widens as a quarter of UK households have less than £100 set asideThis is MoneyInequality is escalating among UK households with the difference in financial fortunes between low and high income families becoming more apparent over the past year, according to research. Families are dealing with increased financial pressure from ...and more »
Savers need a balancing act to beat inflationThe GuardianAnna Bowes from rate tracking service SavingsChampion.co.uk points to the Nationwide FlexDirect current account which pays 5% interest on balances of less than £2,500 for the first 12 months, but £1,000 must be paid in every month to qualify ...
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What happens next to the final salary British Steel Pension Fund? - WalesOnline

WalesOnlineWhat happens next to the final salary British Steel Pension Fund?WalesOnlineTata Steel's contribution of 10% is generous when compared to the UK average, which, when you remove the very small employers, is around 6%. However, a 10% contribution from Tata Steel and a 6% member contribution is unlikely to replicate the pension ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Over-50s are the new business start-up generation - Financial Times

Financial TimesOver-50s are the new business start-up generationFinancial TimesAge discrimination does not exist when you are your own boss. The growth in self-employment since 2000 has been fuelled by the over-50s who are finding it increasingly hard to find full-time work. With the sheer number of baby-boomers now approaching ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Will we pay higher stamp duty on a buy-to-let property? - The Guardian

Will we pay higher stamp duty on a buy-to-let property?The GuardianIt could be worth looking into alternatives to property investment, especially now that the rules on personal pensions are so much more flexible and you are no longer required to buy an annuity with your pension savings. With a pension, for example ...
(16-02-2017)

UK consumers baffled by their credit cards - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKUK consumers baffled by their credit cardsAOL Money UKAt this time of year, we're more likely than ever to be relying on credit cards cards to get us through the salary squeeze. It may be that we're doing so cleverly, and cost-effectively, but there's a good chance that most of us have just put our ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Lisa Riley admits that her Emmerdale co-star had to cut up her credit cards to stop her spending - Metro

MetroLisa Riley admits that her Emmerdale co-star had to cut up her credit cards to stop her spendingMetroThe UK's youngest EuroMillions winner Jane Park was on Loose Women speaking candidly about the dangers of having so much money and how it can take over your life and Lisa admitted that she could relate to what she was saying. She said: 'I didn't ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Why pension incomes are higher than working age incomes - Money Observer

Why pension incomes are higher than working age incomesMoney ObserverThe remainder of the increase in pensioner incomes comes from growth in public benefits - largely before, but including, the introduction of the state pension 'triple lock'. As a result pensioners, rather than workers, are pushing up average incomes in ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Brits pay £1.2 MILLION in bills in their lifetime, study shows - The Sun

The SunBrits pay £1.2 MILLION in bills in their lifetime, study showsThe SunDavid Winter, head of online electricity company Powershop UK which conducted the study of 2,000 adults said: “The figures revealed in this study are astonishing, it is no wonder Brits fine it hard to stay on top of all of their bills. “Having more ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

SIMON LAMBERT: We should keep the buy-to-let stamp duty tax hike... because it might just be working - This is Money

This is MoneySIMON LAMBERT: We should keep the buy-to-let stamp duty tax hike... because it might just be workingThis is MoneyI'm no fan of stamp duty, nor an enemy of buy-to-let, but reversing the 3 per cent surcharge for additional properties would be a mistake. That's because it might just be working. Council of Mortgage Lenders figures this week revealed buy-to-let ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

SIMON LAMBERT: We should keep the buy-to-let stamp duty tax hike... it might just be working - This is Money

This is MoneySIMON LAMBERT: We should keep the buy-to-let stamp duty tax hike... it might just be workingThis is MoneyI'm no fan of stamp duty, nor an enemy of buy-to-let, but reversing the 3 per cent surcharge for additional properties would be a mistake. That's because it might just be working. Council of Mortgage Lenders figures this week revealed buy-to-let ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Can Lloyds Banking Group plc help you retire early? - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKCan Lloyds Banking Group plc help you retire early?AOL Money UKFor example, the UK banking market is dominated by four main players, Lloyds being one of them and no matter how hard regulators have tried, customers are willing to let this oligopoly market persist. This is good news for Lloyds, which can cross-sell ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Pensions regulator proposes 'extreme' ban on new SSASs - Money ... - Money Marketing

Money MarketingPensions regulator proposes 'extreme' ban on new SSASs - Money ...Money MarketingA proposal from The Pensions Regulator to ban pension transfers into small self-administered schemes and to consider stopping new SSAS arrangements ...and more »
(15-02-2017)

Pensions regulator proposes 'extreme' ban on new SSASs - Money Marketing

Money MarketingPensions regulator proposes 'extreme' ban on new SSASsMoney MarketingSelf-invested personal pensions, which are the subject of far tougher regulation by the FCA, are a safer vehicle for consumers who want control over the investment of their pension pot.” He adds: “I believe that pension transfers to SSAS arrangements ...and more »
(15-02-2017)

Do you trust your partner with your credit card? - moneyfacts.co.uk

Do you trust your partner with your credit card?moneyfacts.co.ukResearch from Paymentsense found that a third of respondents believe their partner is lying to them about how much money they spend, which could actually be a fairly accurate representation of individual behaviour: after all, 40% of women admit to ...
(15-02-2017)

PFS urges Govt not to repeat MAS mistakes on guidance - Money Marketing

Money MarketingPFS urges Govt not to repeat MAS mistakes on guidanceMoney MarketingThe Personal Finance Society has asked the Government not to use the word “advice” in any branding, marketing or communications material when it sets up its new public guidance body. The Money Advice Service, The Pensions Advisory Service and ...and more »
(15-02-2017)

Here's how being married still has its financial benefits - Express.co.uk

Here's how being married still has its financial benefitsExpress.co.ukHome · Finance · Personal Finance; Here's how being married still has its financial benefits ... The Marriage Allowance saves married couples up to £220 this tax year, by letting the higher earner transfer £1,100 of their personal tax allowance to the ...
(15-02-2017)
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