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The SunHalifax paying out 'missing rewards' to THOUSANDS of credit card customers – are you due back cash?The SunHALIFAX is paying thousands of credit card customers missing rewards payments after a glitch in the bank's computer system meant they were never paid. Until last year, Clarity ... Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 78 24516 ...and more »
Lancashire Evening PostOver one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage dealLancashire Evening PostL&C Mortgages added that by switching to a better deal, UK homeowners could save £216 each month or over £2,500 annually. Although 58 per cent of homeowners have never re-mortgaged to save money. “Not only have we found over a third of ...4 million families wasting £266 EVERY month thanks to a single mistakeMirror.co.ukUK home owners are 'losing' millions by not checking their mortgage dealProperty WireHalf of Brits have never remortgagedMortgage Solutionsmoneyfacts.co.ukall 58 news articles »
Blackpool GazetteOver one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage dealBlackpool GazetteOver 1.1 million UK homeowners are sitting on the wrong mortgage deal and wasting over £2,500 every year according to latest research. The research from ... Although 58 per cent of homeowners have never re-mortgaged to save money. “Not only have we ...4 million families wasting £266 EVERY month thanks to a single mistakeMirror.co.ukMillions miss out on mortgage savings by staying on SVRsFT AdviserHalf of Brits have never remortgagedMortgage SolutionsWhat Mortgage -moneyfacts.co.ukall 59 news articles »
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The creator of Broadway hit 'Hamilton' shares the money advice he wishes he'd known in his 20s - Business Insider

Business InsiderThe creator of Broadway hit 'Hamilton' shares the money advice he wishes he'd known in his 20sBusiness InsiderIn fact, I was so nervous about incurring debt that I didn't open my first credit card until age 28, after my first show had opened on Broadway. As a result, even though I had enough money in the bank, I didn't have sufficient credit history to ...and more »
(22-03-2017)

Lifetime Isa 'will struggle to get off the ground' - Mortgage Strategy

Mortgage StrategyLifetime Isa 'will struggle to get off the ground'Mortgage StrategyUK residents aged between 18 and 40 can pay in up to £4,000 each tax year, with contributions getting a 25 per cent government bonus. The Isa will be available either as a cash version, more suitable for mortgage deposits, or as a stocks-and-shares ...
(22-03-2017)

FCA crackdowns on Holborn Assets' UK division over pension ... - The National

FCA crackdowns on Holborn Assets' UK division over pension ...The NationalThe Financial Conduct Authority has ordered the UK division of Holborn Assets to cease all regulated pension transfer business introduced by overseas ...and more »
(22-03-2017)

FCA crackdowns on Holborn Assets' UK division | The National - The National

FCA crackdowns on Holborn Assets' UK division | The NationalThe NationalThe Financial Conduct Authority has ordered the UK division of Holborn Assets to cease all regulated pension transfer business introduced by overseas ...and more »
(22-03-2017)

FCA crackdowns on Holborn Assets' UK division - The National

FCA crackdowns on Holborn Assets' UK divisionThe NationalUAE-based Holborn Assets is the latest international financial advisory firm to get caught up in a UK regulatory crackdown on pension transfers. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has ordered Holborn's UK division to cease all regulated pension ...and more »
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How to avoid the pitfalls of consumer debt - Lexology (registration)

Lexology (registration)How to avoid the pitfalls of consumer debtLexology (registration)The UK is riding the wave of yet another credit boom. The current levels have climbed ... This is the fastest rate of growth in almost 11 years and comes at a time when households are taking on more and more debt (credit cards, higher-purchase loans ...
(22-03-2017)

Tenants in UK private sector worse off financially than people with a mortgage - Property Wire

Property WireTenants in UK private sector worse off financially than people with a mortgageProperty WirePeople in the UK who rent in the private rented sector are twice as likely as mortgage borrowers to have no savings and spend roughly half of their salary on rent each month, new research has found. Private renters also go on fewer holidays and are ...and more »
(22-03-2017)

6 ways to save money without trying | The Independent - The Independent

The Independent6 ways to save money without trying | The IndependentThe IndependentSaving money each month can feel like an impossible task, especially when inflation has now risen to 2.3 per cent while wage growth slows. For many of us, ...and more »
(22-03-2017)

6 ways to save money without trying - The Independent

The Independent6 ways to save money without tryingThe IndependentAnd that's a key reason for low savings rates across the UK; research carried out by the Money Advice Service shows that four in 10 working-age people have less than £100 saved in total. That leaves them forced into using credit or borrowing from ...and more »
(22-03-2017)

Five costly pension mistakes to avoid in the next two weeks - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownFive costly pension mistakes to avoid in the next two weeksHargreaves LansdownFive costly pension mistakes to avoid in the next two weeks ... You could make a contribution to the Vantage SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension) and hold it as cash. You can ... Money in a pension can normally only be accessed from age 55 (57 from 2028).
(22-03-2017)

Top tax year 'must do's' - The Independent

This is MoneyTop tax year 'must do's'The IndependentThe limit for this year is £15,240, which can be saved in cash, invested into stocks and shares or even invested in peer-to-peer lending via an innovative finance ISA. Even if you are not near the end of your allowance, it's worth saving as much as you ...Are you one of the investors who could be caught out by a higher tax on dividends? What you need to know - and how ...This is MoneyNew tax year: guide to the key changesFinancial Timesall 46 news articles »
(22-03-2017)

One in five women will retire with no pension savings this year - more than double the number of men - This is Money

This is MoneyOne in five women will retire with no pension savings this year - more than double the number of menThis is MoneyAlmost one in five women, or 19 per cent, said they were embarking on their retirement without any workplace or personal pension savings, as opposed to just 9 per cent of men. This, however, marks an improvement for women from last year, when 22 per ...One in seven retiring this year have no pension savingsiNewsall 8 news articles »
(22-03-2017)

Cridland rejects flexible state pension age - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukCridland rejects flexible state pension ageCitywire.co.uk'It is disappointing that there will not be flexibility in the state pension age access. The system makes no allowance for differential life expectancies across the regions of the UK and no allowance for different industrial occupational work ...
(22-03-2017)

Millions miss out on mortgage savings by staying on SVRs - FT Adviser

FT AdviserMillions miss out on mortgage savings by staying on SVRsFT AdviserMore than half (58 per cent) of UK households have never remortgaged to save money - and with the possibility of a rise in interest rates on the horizon, these people could face even higher payments due to a corresponding increase in SVRs. A further 1 ...UK home owners are 'losing' millions by not checking their mortgage dealProperty WireYou could save over £2500 a year by switching to a better mortgage dealWhat MortgageThird of homeowners are still on an SVR, L&C revealsFinancial Reporterall 9 news articles »
(22-03-2017)

One in seven retiring this year have no pension savings - iNews

iNewsOne in seven retiring this year have no pension savingsiNewsSome 13 per cent who retire this year have paid into a workplace defined contribution scheme, where income is based on how well their pension savings have been invested. The remainder have savings in a personal pension arranged outside their employer ...and more »
(22-03-2017)
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