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Yahoo hack saw EIGHT MILLION British users had their personal data stolen - Daily Mail

Daily MailYahoo hack saw EIGHT MILLION British users had their personal data stolenDaily MailMore than eight million BT and Sky customers in the UK could have had their data stolen as Yahoo provides their email services, it has been revealed. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has said the breach, which involves millions of customers ...and more »
(23-09-2016)

How to be a mum and still get a decent pension - BBC News

BBC NewsHow to be a mum and still get a decent pensionBBC NewsThose who give up work to look after a family - whether they be male or female - are amongst those least likely to save for retirement. "Stay-at-home mums are at the highest risk," says Kalpana Fitzpatrick, founder of the website MummyMoneyMatters.com.
(23-09-2016)

Biometric banking, prime property 'to fall', more new homes - Financial Times

Financial TimesBiometric banking, prime property 'to fall', more new homesFinancial TimesThe government is being pressed to defer a decision on increasing pension contribution rates for millions of workers, sparking concerns that the UK savings gap could worsen, writes Josephione Cumbo. Minimum contributions for workers automatically ...
(23-09-2016)

Young customers want biometric banking for ease of access - Financial Times

Financial TimesYoung customers want biometric banking for ease of accessFinancial TimesThe government is being pressed to defer a decision on increasing pension contribution rates for millions of workers, sparking concerns that the UK savings gap could worsen, writes Josephione Cumbo. Minimum contributions for workers automatically ...
(23-09-2016)

Expats should plan UAE exit strategy to avoid tax penalties - The National

The NationalExpats should plan UAE exit strategy to avoid tax penaltiesThe NationalExpats are all destined to leave the UAE. The question is: feet first, or sitting upright. If you're an expat and lucky, it's a planned affair – with your next home and phase of life set and settled. But this is not always the case. There are infinite ...
(23-09-2016)

BNP Paribas Reaffirms Outperform Rating for Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC (VM) - Petro Global News 24

BNP Paribas Reaffirms Outperform Rating for Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC (VM)Petro Global News 24BNP Paribas reaffirmed their outperform rating on shares of Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC (LON:VM) in a research report report published on Monday, Marketbeat reports. BNP Paribas currently has a GBX 515 ($7.95) price target on the stock. Virgin Money ...and more »
(23-09-2016)

Are these the FTSE 250's hottest growth stocks? - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKAre these the FTSE 250's hottest growth stocks?AOL Money UKWhether it's pizza, Chinese or something a little more left field, ordering something in with family and friends is certainly a lot kinder on the credit card than nipping out to a restaurant. And the ... The Motley Fool UK has recommended Sky and Ted ...and more »
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Ex-Goldman Sachs Economist O'Neill Quits U.K. Government - Bloomberg

BloombergEx-Goldman Sachs Economist O'Neill Quits U.K. GovernmentBloombergFormer Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economist Jim O'Neill resigned from the U.K. government, weeks after newspaper reports suggested he was disappointed with Prime Minister Theresa May's policy toward China. In a letter to May released on Friday, O'Neill ...and more »
(23-09-2016)

Housing minister at odds with Govt on buy-to-let crackdown - Money Marketing

Money MarketingHousing minister at odds with Govt on buy-to-let crackdownMoney MarketingMortgage experts say anti-landlord tax changes instigated by former chancellor George Osborne will still come in despite the new housing minister setting out a favourable stance towards the rental sector. Osborne has imposed higher stamp duty rates on ...
(23-09-2016)

Top five buy-to-let mortgages - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukTop five buy-to-let mortgagesTelegraph.co.ukVirgin Money has a tracker at 1.55pc above base rate, currently at 1.8pc, with fees of £709. The rate is for three years, after which the borrower pays 4.54pc. The average annual cost would be £3,055, with monthly repayments of £225. Godiva Mortgages ...
(23-09-2016)

Protect bank transfer scam victims, demands Which? - BBC News

BBC NewsProtect bank transfer scam victims, demands Which?BBC NewsAlex Neill said: "Most of us don't realise is that if you're conned into paying out money to a fraudster you stand to lose all of your money, unlike when you use your credit or debit card. "We believe that banks ... Email haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk with ...and more »
(23-09-2016)

Complaint launched against banks for leaving victims of 'safe account' phone scammers out to dry - This is Money

This is MoneyComplaint launched against banks for leaving victims of 'safe account' phone scammers out to dryThis is MoneyBanks need to shoulder more responsibility when customers are tricked by fraudsters into transferring money to a 'safe account,' a consumer body says. In recent years, there has been a terrifying rise in scammers duping people into moving money from ...and more »
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Complaint launched against banks for leaving victims of 'safe account' phone scammers high and dry - This is Money

This is MoneyComplaint launched against banks for leaving victims of 'safe account' phone scammers high and dryThis is MoneyBanks need to shoulder more responsibility when customers are tricked by fraudsters into transferring money to a 'safe account,' a consumer body says. In recent years, there has been a terrifying rise in scammers duping people into moving money from ...and more »
(23-09-2016)

Are you a 'forever renter'? More than eight million expect to never own their own home - Daily Mail

Daily MailAre you a 'forever renter'? More than eight million expect to never own their own homeDaily MailTwo out of five renters in Britain never expect to be able to afford their own home, research suggested today. It equates to 8.5million renters assuming they will never step onto the property ladder because they cannot afford a deposit ... John ...
(23-09-2016)

Plan your exit strategy to avoid tax penalties - The National

The NationalPlan your exit strategy to avoid tax penaltiesThe NationalExpats are all destined to leave the UAE. The question is: feet first, or sitting upright. If you're an expat and lucky, it's a planned affair – with your next home and phase of life set and settled. But this is not always the case. There are infinite ...
(23-09-2016)
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