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Mind the generation gap in retirement savingsKirriemuir HeraldThe financial squeeze on younger workers and complicated pension rules could fuel a future retirement crisis as young people either make only the minimum possible contributions to their workplace scheme or are put off pension saving altogether.and more »
Professional PensionsMind the generation gap in retirement savingsFife TodayThe financial squeeze on younger workers and complicated pension rules could fuel a future retirement crisis as young people either make only the minimum possible contributions to their workplace scheme or are put off pension saving altogether.DWP to consult on future of DB in January, Richard Harrington saysProfessional Pensionsall 8 news articles »
AOL Money UKHouse price growth lowest for 10 months, says NationwideAOL Money UK"The proportion of new mortgage lending contracted on fixed rates has increased considerably since the low point in 2010, when less than half of lending was on fixed rates. In recent years, the proportion of lending accounted for by fixed rate deals ...House price inflation slows to 10-month low, but lack of homes for sale continues to hamper buyersThis is Moneyall 33 news articles »
At 20, am I too young to invest in buy-to-let property?The GuardianDo I have to have some sort of experience as a landlord before I'm likely to be lent money? How would I go about getting a mortgage: are there different types? I've tried researching this but I still don't know if I'm deemed as 'too young' to start in ...
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After Philip Hammond's brazen raid on family finances, follow our eight-point plan to safeguard your money and ... - This is Money

This is MoneyAfter Philip Hammond's brazen raid on family finances, follow our eight-point plan to safeguard your money and ...This is MoneyThe Chancellor of the Exchequer's first – and last – Autumn Statement was very much focused on measures to keep the economy out of recession. But there were announcements that impacted significantly on our personal finances, for better and for worse.and more »
(26-11-2016)

With cheap rates on offer, it's time to grab a mortgage bargain now...before they all disappear - This is Money

This is MoneyWith cheap rates on offer, it's time to grab a mortgage bargain now...before they all disappearThis is MoneyRay Boulger of mortgage broker John Charcol believes ten-year deals as low as 2.39 per cent – from Coventry Building Society – are also worth a look by anyone who predicts a stable work future for themselves or who is prepared to shoulder hefty early ...
(26-11-2016)

Steer clear of fake shopping apps this Cyber Monday - AOL Money UK

Steer clear of fake shopping apps this Cyber MondayAOL Money UKUK · Politics · World · Featured · The Huffington Post · Football · F1 · Cricket · Rugby Union · Other Sports · News · Property · Mortgages · House Prices · Home Insurance · Retirement · Pensions · Banking & Savings · Savings & ISAs · Credit Cards ...
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'I'm 26 with £53k. Can I buy mortgage-free in five years?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'I'm 26 with £53k. Can I buy mortgage-free in five years?'Telegraph.co.ukWhile he is in his 20s, he feels he should take the most risk with his money as he only has to take care of himself. His plan is to buy a two or three-bedroom property outside the M25, where many of the major accountancy firms are now located. He ...
(26-11-2016)

Four ways to shop safely online this weekend - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKFour ways to shop safely online this weekendAOL Money UKIf something costs more than £100, paying by credit card gives you some extra protection if the goods fail to show up. This is down to something called Section 75 – part of the Consumer Credit Act – which means the credit card company has to refund you ...and more »
(26-11-2016)

Return of the risky interest-only mortgage | Money | The Times & The ... - The Times (subscription)

Return of the risky interest-only mortgage | Money | The Times & The ...The Times (subscription)The interest-only mortgage, thought to have become extinct, is making a comeback. Halifax, the UK's largest mortgage lender, has relaxed its lending criteria for ...and more »
(26-11-2016)

Return of the risky interest-only mortgage - The Times (subscription)

Return of the risky interest-only mortgageThe Times (subscription)The interest-only mortgage, thought to have become extinct, is making a comeback. Halifax, the UK's largest mortgage lender, has relaxed its lending criteria for interest-only loans, making them easier to get and more tempting for those struggling to ...and more »
(26-11-2016)

Hard graft and sacrifices are the secrets to financial freedom - Moneywise Magazine

Hard graft and sacrifices are the secrets to financial freedomMoneywise MagazineMy brother-in-law has just retired after more than 35 years of loyal service with his employer, UK banking giant HSBC. He was not a greedy ... If you are self- employed, set up a personal pension and drip money in when times are good.The earlier you do ...
(25-11-2016)

How to cut mortgage fraud risk - Money Marketing Money Marketing - Money Marketing

How to cut mortgage fraud risk - Money Marketing Money MarketingMoney MarketingRecent figures from Financial Fraud Action UK revealed a financial scam was committed, on average, every 15 seconds during the first six months of 2016, says ...and more »
(25-11-2016)

How to cut mortgage fraud risk - Money Marketing

How to cut mortgage fraud riskMoney MarketingRecent figures from Financial Fraud Action UK revealed a financial scam was committed, on average, every 15 seconds during the first six months of 2016, says Roy Armitage, head of credit at LendInvest. That represents a 53 per cent rise year-on-year ...and more »
(25-11-2016)

Manchester student who lived extravagant lifestyle on stolen credit card is jailed - Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening NewsManchester student who lived extravagant lifestyle on stolen credit card is jailedManchester Evening NewsA Manchester student who lived an extravagant lifestyle splashing out on designer clothes using stolen credit card details has been jailed. Elyas Blidi stole the credit card ... He even used the stolen money to pay for the rent on his flat. The greedy ...
(25-11-2016)

Apple Black Friday 2016 deals: How to save on iPhones, MacBooks, iPads and more this weekend - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukApple Black Friday 2016 deals: How to save on iPhones, MacBooks, iPads and more this weekendMirror.co.ukOr if you're a card holder, head to Costco.co.uk for exclusive members only deals. Many retailers will ... card or Paypal. If you do use a credit card, use one that offers you rewards such as air miles or vouchers for money off your shopping to save ...and more »
(25-11-2016)

Mary Holm: Mortgage best for family in crisis - New Zealand Herald

Mary Holm: Mortgage best for family in crisisNew Zealand HeraldThat's big money. You can do the calculations for your actual situation on an online mortgage calculator. Your results will show that your "little bit of savings" can go a long way. Put another way, if your mortgage interest rate is 5.5 per cent ...
(25-11-2016)

Gogglebox earnings revealed as Scarlett Moffatt claims she's paid off parents' mortgage - Daily Mail

Daily MailGogglebox earnings revealed as Scarlett Moffatt claims she's paid off parents' mortgageDaily MailGogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt shocked fans this week after she revealed she paid off her parents mortgage. And while many were left perplexed about her income following the generous omission, it has now been revealed how much the Channel 4 show's ...Scarlett Moffatt's parents put star's mortgage payment aside so she can buy her first homeThe SunHow much do Gogglebox UK stars earn? Not much it seemsRTE.ieall 70 news articles »
(25-11-2016)

Tata set to commit to UK steel for the next decade - The Guardian

Tata set to commit to UK steel for the next decadeThe GuardianThe future of Tata Steel UK's pension scheme, the British Steel pension scheme, has been a major obstacle to the future of the business. It has liabilities of more than £15bn and 130,000 members, making it one of the biggest retirement schemes in the ...and more »
(25-11-2016)
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