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CNNMoneyUber paid hackers $100000 after they stole data on 57 million usersCNNMoney"If U.K. citizens were affected then we should have been notified so that we could assess and verify the impact on people whose data was exposed," said James Dipple-Johnstone of the U.K. Information Commissioner's Office. Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi ...Uber concealed massive hack that exposed data of 57m users and driversThe GuardianUber PAID hackers to keep quiet about stealing the personal details of 57m customersThe SunUber hacked - what you need to knowMoneySavingExpertNews & Starall 752 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukWhat is a private pension?Telegraph.co.ukAround 15m people in the UK don't have any pension savings, according to a recent survey by the city watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), despite the fact pensions are one of the most tax-efficient ways to save for your retirement. Although ...and more »
Financial TimesAutumn Budget 2017: Contractor's Personal Finance PreviewContractor UKCast your minds back contractors and you might remember that following the Spring 2017 Budget and the Finance Bill, the government announced that it would move to one 'fiscal event' a year, with the first of these being published today -- Wednesday ...Budget 2017: What does it mean for your money?Financial TimesHammond expected to 'attack higher earners by stealth'Telegraph.co.ukIs pension tax relief under threat?Hargreaves LansdownThe Times -Money Observerall 1,943 news articles »
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'He groomed me for a good couple of months': Woman, 64, reveals how she was duped into sending $100000 to a fake ... - Daily Mail

Daily Mail'He groomed me for a good couple of months': Woman, 64, reveals how she was duped into sending $100000 to a fake ...Daily MailEight weeks into their relationship though, 'Carlos' asked if she could lend him $600 because his credit card wouldn't work while he was in Malaysia for a project. 'It didn't feel right but I thought "well, it's not a huge amount of money to lose". It ...and more »
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Column: Paradise Papers, The Rest Of The Story - Bernews

BernewsColumn: Paradise Papers, The Rest Of The StoryBernewsThat pension you're counting on? Thank Bermuda. Our market is a destination for financial investment by onshore pensions and governments. More than a third of the UK's local government pension plans allocate money to hedge funds, according to Bloomberg ...and more »
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More than half of Brits wish they were better with their money in ... - The Sun

The SunMore than half of Brits wish they were better with their money in ...The SunIn heed of the age old saying “Look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves” a number of Brits aren't taking this quality advice. Worryingly ...and more »
(19-11-2017)

More than half of Brits wish they were better with their money in shock study which reveals average credit card debt ... - The Sun

The SunMore than half of Brits wish they were better with their money in shock study which reveals average credit card debt ...The SunMore than four in ten also have outstanding debt on credit cards or loans, with the average credit card debt at £569. ... Seventy-three per cent of the nation confess they worry about money, checking their bank balance an average of three times a week.and more »
(19-11-2017)

Rugby star James Haskell tackles Facebook over fraudsters' smear campaign - The Times

Rugby star James Haskell tackles Facebook over fraudsters' smear campaignThe TimesThe Wasps and British Lions star said his lawyers asked Facebook to remove the false posts, reveal who paid for them and apologise — but the technology giant refused. “They just said they're only a medium, they can't do that. You can't even pick up ...
(19-11-2017)

Are crowdfunded property schemes as safe as houses? - The Times

Are crowdfunded property schemes as safe as houses?The TimesIt works by raising money for new developments in prime parts of London and the southeast of England, promising handsome returns for investors once the homes are completed and sold. With the ... Customers can either invest directly, or via a “property ...
(19-11-2017)

Jill Insley's Question of Money: Europcar landed me in trouble with les flics - The Times

Jill Insley's Question of Money: Europcar landed me in trouble with les flicsThe TimesJill Insley's Question of Money: Europcar landed me in trouble with les flics. Jill Insley. November 19 2017, 12:01am, The ... I recently built a new home and paid for a number of items, including an air source heat pump and all ancillary equipment ...
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Angela Rippon: Thanks to Auntie, I've landed on my feet - The Times

Angela Rippon: Thanks to Auntie, I've landed on my feetThe TimesMy personal pension fund is invested by a professional team who know what they're doing, but I also have a small pot that I use to buy and sell shares on an ad hoc basis. If I see an interesting company, I might dabble in it, but it's only money I can ...
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Warning on card limit increases - The Times

Warning on card limit increasesThe TimesAbout 6m people have had their credit card limits increased in the past year without having requested it, Citizens Advice reported. It said there should be a clampdown on unsolicited rises because they encourage debt. A survey of 1,300 people found ...and more »
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Myths and mortgages - The Times

The TimesMyths and mortgagesThe TimesAn occasional small bet once every couple of months won't do you any damage, but if you are consistently betting large amounts of money that will be an issue, says MacShéamais. “I wouldn't risk it,” says Healy. “I have known civil servants with great ...
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Thomas Cook to offer 'pay as you go away' cover and prepaid card for multiple currencies - This is Money

This is MoneyThomas Cook to offer 'pay as you go away' cover and prepaid card for multiple currenciesThis is MoneyAnth Mooney, former director at Virgin Money and managing director of the division, said: 'Customers can spend more than 30 minutes in the shop or online buying insurance, but this can be set up in just two minutes, costs around £2 a day and can be ...and more »
(18-11-2017)

TONY HETHERINGTON: It's the 's' that gives the game away, Sherlock - beware the crooks cloning websites - This is Money

This is MoneyTONY HETHERINGTON: It's the 's' that gives the game away, Sherlock - beware the crooks cloning websitesThis is MoneyIn April I started receiving letters from credit card company Capital One addressed to a man though a woman lived in the property before me. I sent the letters back, saying the man was not known at my address, but I still received them so I read one ...
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TONY HETHERINGTON: It's the 's' that gives the game away, Sherlock - This is Money

This is MoneyTONY HETHERINGTON: It's the 's' that gives the game away, SherlockThis is MoneyIn April I started receiving letters from credit card company Capital One addressed to a man though a woman lived in the property before me. I sent the letters back, saying the man was not known at my address, but I still received them so I read one ...
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Hammond expected to 'attack higher earners by stealth' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHammond expected to 'attack higher earners by stealth'Telegraph.co.ukThe loss of tax reliefs and successive governments' failure to raise upper tax thresholds are behind a dramatic increase in the proportion of Britain's total tax paid by just a minority of high earners, an analysis of tax receipts shows. There are ...Budget 2017 - things to watch out forMoney ObserverWhat does the chancellor have in his sights?The TimesLook to the future for UK autumn budgetCapital.comInteractive Investorall 700 news articles »
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Autumn budget 2017: a sneak peak inside the chancellor's red box … - The Guardian

The GuardianAutumn budget 2017: a sneak peak inside the chancellor's red box …The GuardianDon't expect much in the way of fireworks when the chancellor reveals his second budget on Wednesday lunchtime. Philip Hammond's hands are manacled by Brexit uncertainty, public finances remain tight, and the outlook is worsening as forecasts for ...Budget 2017 preparations: What it might mean for your personal financesThe IndependentSo what could be in the Budget?This is MoneyHammond expected to 'attack higher earners by stealth'Telegraph.co.ukThe Sun -Financial Times -Interactive Investorall 165 news articles »
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