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The financial planners' guide to the electionMoney MarketingThe political battle lines have been drawn on pension and tax policy in the final weeks of campaigning ahead of the general election. The major parties have now all released their manifestos, and in some cases pledges have already been rewritten.and more »
This is MoneyWhat would a Labour government mean for your money? From tax hikes for high earners, to a million new homesThis is Money... covers Brexit, but only in terms of negotiating points and wishlists, which we haven't included here. Instead we focus on the key promises that relate to your personal finances, why each party has made them and what they really mean for your money ...The financial planners' guide to the electionMoney Marketingall 308 news articles »
This is MoneyDebt collectors keep sending demands to my flat to the previous tenant - will it affect my credit score?This is MoneyRebecca Rutt, of This is Money, replies: Whenever you apply for any type of credit, be it for a new credit card, a loan, a mobile phone contract or even a mortgage, your credit score will be checked by the lender. This is done so it can make a decision ...and more »
This is MoneyWhat does the Labour manifesto mean for your money? Tax hikes for high earners and a million new homesThis is MoneyMeanwhile, the party has promised to 'protect the pensions of UK citizens living overseas in the EU or further afield'. This means it could start giving some 550,000 British pensioners living overseas the same annual state pension hikes as all other ...The financial planners' guide to the electionMoney Marketingall 300 news articles »
The GuardianFriday briefing: Manchester – fresh arrest as terror spotlight falls on tech firmsThe GuardianThe World Economic Forum says keep on working until 70 and beyond – there isn't enough pension money to go around anyway. In the “financial equivalent of climate change”, the number of over-65s will rise ... 600 million to 2.1 billion by 2050, and ...
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Leasehold rip-offs: Nationwide Building Society is among big investors that benefit - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLeasehold rip-offs: Nationwide Building Society is among big investors that benefitTelegraph.co.ukIt publicised its position of not offering mortgages on such properties as a way of warning the housebuilder industry against the practice - and "safeguarding" borrowers. But Telegraph Money can reveal the staff pension fund of Britain's biggest ...and more »
(23-05-2017)

Low interest rates hit Nationwide's profits as building society says it will axe car insurance service in June - This is Money

This is MoneyLow interest rates hit Nationwide's profits as building society says it will axe car insurance service in JuneThis is MoneyNationwide, which is the second biggest mortgage lender in the UK, said net interest margins were also hit by rising competition in the mortgage market. However, it continued to attract more customers, with mortgage lending rising 3 per cent £33.7billion.Britain's Nationwide Building Society profit falls 23 pctLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 22 news articles »
(23-05-2017)

Debt fears remain despite manifesto 'breathing space' plans - BBC ... - BBC News

BBC NewsDebt fears remain despite manifesto 'breathing space' plans - BBC ...BBC NewsPledges should bring legal backing for those in serious debt - but charities say borrowing risks persist.and more »
(22-05-2017)

Debt fears remain despite manifesto 'breathing space' plans - BBC News

BBC NewsDebt fears remain despite manifesto 'breathing space' plansBBC NewsThere is a risk to UK economic stability too, with lenders standing to lose much more on their consumer credit loans than they would on mortgage lending if there is an economic downturn and their borrowers default on their credit card and other ...and more »
(22-05-2017)

Get Your Head Into the Cloud: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Monday 5/22/17) - TheStreet.com

TheStreet.comGet Your Head Into the Cloud: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Monday 5/22/17)TheStreet.comWhy is Diageo gaining from an independent UK? Cramer said it's because ... Cramer said when the credit card issuers reported last week, their stocks got hammered, with CapitalOne (COF) off 3% and Synchrony Financial (SYF) falling by 15%. The reason?
(22-05-2017)

The lower your self-esteem, the flashier your credit card - MarketWatch

MarketWatchThe lower your self-esteem, the flashier your credit cardMarketWatchA platinum credit card is typically associated with high social status, but new research suggests that people will choose one of these cards because it signifies higher income “over and above its benefits. Economists worked with an Indonesian bank that ...
(22-05-2017)

Fraud squad opens investigation after more than a thousand investors lost millions in alleged pension fraud - This is Money

This is MoneyFraud squad opens investigation after more than a thousand investors lost millions in alleged pension fraudThis is MoneyThe fraud squad has opened an investigation after more than 1,000 investors lost millions in an alleged pension fraud. Police officers and civil servants are among the inexperienced investors who allegedly piled more than £120m into so-called storage ...and more »
(22-05-2017)

Here are all the places that support Apple Pay - Digital Trends

Digital TrendsHere are all the places that support Apple PayDigital TrendsWhether or not Amex and Visa cards are accepted in each country is also part of the vetting process, because both credit card providers are partners with Apple Pay. Their presence in any given country speeds up Apple Pay adoption. Indeed, that's likely ...and more »
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Phil Young: Dodgy deals in the mortgage and protection markets - Money Marketing

Money MarketingPhil Young: Dodgy deals in the mortgage and protection marketsMoney MarketingThe current crop of mortgage clubs would not exist unless they created bias. That is how they earn their money. Advisers should not be locked out of access to specific deals without extremely good reason, and lenders should seriously question their ...and more »
(22-05-2017)

Tony Wickenden: Dividends will continue to deliver despite allowance changes - Money Marketing

Money MarketingTony Wickenden: Dividends will continue to deliver despite allowance changesMoney MarketingLast week I continued my consideration of the dividend versus salary debate, with a look at three examples. I want to continue this week with three more. Example 4: One-person company wanting to keep income under £100,000 personal allowance phasing ...
(22-05-2017)

Is There Still an Advice Gap? - Morningstar

Is There Still an Advice Gap?MorningstarThe figures suggest that many UK consumers are making big financial decisions alone, at a time when they have unprecedented control over their pensions. Over the past five ... “Collaboration between the government, FCA and the personal finance ...
(22-05-2017)

Liz Weston: 'Smart' money moves that aren't so smart - Daily Mail

Daily MailLiz Weston: 'Smart' money moves that aren't so smartDaily MailThe odds of winning a lottery are infinitesimal. Yet inevitably, someone does. Inspired by the idea of a huge payoff, millions of people burn money on lottery tickets. The financial strategies below aren't as much of a long shot as the lottery. More ...and more »
(22-05-2017)

Mortgage rates: Clear your debt quickly with THIS top tip - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukMortgage rates: Clear your debt quickly with THIS top tipExpress.co.ukSeizing this opportunity and making small monthly mortgage repayments could cut borrowing further, according to This is Money. By overpaying on a mortgage, homeowners can reduce their value of debt quickly and get a better turn on cash. Small monthly ...
(22-05-2017)

Your vote: Why failing to register by midnight Monday could cost you a mobile phone, mortgage and even bank account - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukYour vote: Why failing to register by midnight Monday could cost you a mobile phone, mortgage and even bank accountMirror.co.ukMoney.co.uk editor Hannah Maundrell said: "Despite over one million applications to vote being submitted since Theresa May announced the early election, there are still many more people that need to register. "If you haven't already registered, please ...and more »
(22-05-2017)

Your vote: Why failing to register by midnight Monday could cost you ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukYour vote: Why failing to register by midnight Monday could cost you ...Mirror.co.ukYou may not like any of the main parties, but registering to vote will boost your chances of ever owning - or even renting - a home.and more »
(22-05-2017)
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