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This is MoneyPension could double returns on buy-to-let over 20 years | This is ...This is MoneyInvesting in a pension could now double the returns of bricks and mortars over 20 years as a direct result of the unfavourable tax changes affecting buy-to-let ...and more »
This is MoneyA 40 per cent rate tax payer could achieve returns as high as 435% via pensionThis is MoneyInvesting in a pension could now double the returns of bricks and mortars over 20 years as a direct result of the unfavourable tax changes affecting buy-to-let landlords. Research by online investment company IG found that investing £200,000 into a buy ...and more »
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State pension age rise brought forward - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsState pension age rise brought forward - BBC NewsBBC NewsThe UK state pension age will now be increased from 67 to 68 by 2039, the government says.State Pension age to rise to 68 for people in their mid 40siNewsall 158 news articles »
(19-07-2017)

State pension age rise brought forward - BBC News

BBC NewsState pension age rise brought forwardBBC NewsSix million men and women will have to wait a year longer than they expected to get their state pension, the government has announced. The rise in the pension age to 68 will now be phased in between 2037 and 2039, rather than from 2044 as was ...and more »
(19-07-2017)

Indebted Britain to scrap credit, debit card charges - Livemint - Livemint

LivemintIndebted Britain to scrap credit, debit card charges - LivemintLivemintBritain treasury economic secretary Stephen Barclay says it would ban companies from charging consumers for paying by debit and credit card.and more »
(19-07-2017)

Indebted Britain to scrap credit, debit card charges - Livemint

LivemintIndebted Britain to scrap credit, debit card chargesLivemintLondon: The British government on Wednesday said it would ban companies from charging consumers for paying by debit and credit cards, as the country struggles to bring down its debt. “This is about fairness and transparency, and so from next year ...and more »
(19-07-2017)

School of card knocks: Russophone criminals offered online courses in credit card fraud - The Register

The RegisterSchool of card knocks: Russophone criminals offered online courses in credit card fraudThe RegisterCyber crime lords have come up with a new money-spinner – Russian-language e-learning courses geared towards teaching the skills necessary to rip off consumers and card companies. Risk management firm Digital Shadows flagged up the course as part ...and more »
(19-07-2017)

Over-55s who withdraw money from pension funds could be punished by the rule change - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukOver-55s who withdraw money from pension funds could be punished by the rule changeExpress.co.ukOver-55s who withdraw money from company or personal pension funds in the current financial year could be punished by a belated rule change, confirmed by the Government only last week. Many may face a punitive tax charge for exceeding the money ...
(19-07-2017)

Rule change means over-55s who withdraw money from pension funds could be punished - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukRule change means over-55s who withdraw money from pension funds could be punishedExpress.co.ukOver-55s who withdraw money from company or personal pension funds in the current financial year could be punished by a belated rule change, confirmed by the Government only last week. Many may face a punitive tax charge for exceeding the money ...
(19-07-2017)

“Rip-off” card fees to be axed from next year - moneyfacts.co.uk

“Rip-off” card fees to be axed from next yearmoneyfacts.co.ukEven when the ban does come into force, you'll need to make sure you're using your cards wisely. You may be saving money on fees, but why not go further than that to save money on interest? Opting for a credit card that charges 0% on purchases would be ...
(19-07-2017)

Credit card fees to be banned in UK from next year - Ars Technica UK

Ars Technica UKCredit card fees to be banned in UK from next yearArs Technica UKThe surcharges added to credit card transactions—which can range from as little as 50p and sometimes as high as 20 percent of a total transaction—are to be banned from January 2018, the UK government has announced.Credit Card Fees Will Be Banned From January 2018Gizmodo UKall 2 news articles »
(19-07-2017)

Credit card fees to be banned in UK from next year | Ars Technica UK - Ars Technica UK

Ars Technica UKCredit card fees to be banned in UK from next year | Ars Technica UKArs Technica UKThe surcharges added to credit card transactions—which can range from as little as 50p and sometimes as high as 20 percent of a total transaction—are to be ...Credit Card Fees Will Be Banned From January 2018Gizmodo UKall 2 news articles »
(19-07-2017)

Low income families defy income squeeze and bad banking services to save most money - The Independent

The IndependentLow income families defy income squeeze and bad banking services to save most moneyThe IndependentThe UK's lowest paid and youngest earners are beating wealthier families to their savings goals, despite poor service from banks and building societies and a toxic mix of high inflation and ultra low rates. With government urging consumers to put more ...
(19-07-2017)

Money Advice Service creditor toolkit a “breakthrough for lenders ... - Mortgage Finance Gazette Online

Mortgage Finance Gazette OnlineMoney Advice Service creditor toolkit a “breakthrough for lenders ...Mortgage Finance Gazette OnlineComputershare has welcomed the launch of the Money Advice Service's (MAS) new creditor toolkit. The toolkit is designed to bring consistency to the way cre.MAS debt approach hailed as “breakthrough for lenders and ...Financial Reporterall 2 news articles »
(19-07-2017)

Money Advice Service creditor toolkit a “breakthrough for lenders and borrowers” - Mortgage Finance Gazette Online

Mortgage Finance Gazette OnlineMoney Advice Service creditor toolkit a “breakthrough for lenders and borrowers”Mortgage Finance Gazette OnlineComputershare Loan Services manages over £67 billion of assets in the UK, more than half of all the country's outsourced mortgages. In June 2016 it was appointed by the UK government to service the mortgages of UK Asset Resolution, which took over ...MAS debt approach hailed as “breakthrough for lenders and borrowers”Financial Reporterall 2 news articles »
(19-07-2017)

The regions where homebuyers are most likely to get gazumped revealed and Londoners are the worst hit - The Sun

The SunThe regions where homebuyers are most likely to get gazumped revealed and Londoners are the worst hitThe Sun“If you are a cash buyer, you can obviously purchase quickly, if you are a mortage buyer, it is important to have a mortgage agreed in principle, which speeds up the buying process and can help avoid gazumping,” he added. House prices in the UK bounced ...
(19-07-2017)

UK's gazumping hotspots revealed: Regions where homebuyers are most likely to get stung mapped – and Londoners ... - The Sun

The SunUK's gazumping hotspots revealed: Regions where homebuyers are most likely to get stung mapped – and Londoners ...The Sun“If you are a cash buyer, you can obviously purchase quickly, if you are a mortage buyer, it is important to have a mortgage agreed in principle, which speeds up the buying process and can help avoid gazumping,” he added. House prices in the UK bounced ...and more »
(19-07-2017)
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