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Financial TimesUK housing market calms after post-referendum panicFinancial TimesIn the days following the UK's vote to leave the EU, there was palpable fear in the property market. Investors rushed to pull their money out of real estate funds, causing several to freeze withdrawals, estate agents' optimism dried up, and ...Surveyors eye controversial Brexit clause on property valuationsMoney Marketingall 4 news articles »
Express.co.ukSeniors miss out on vital pension credit paymentExpress.co.ukPension credit comes in two parts with the guaranteed credit topping up a single person's weekly income to a minimum £155.60, or £237.55 for couples. Savings credit is an extra payment to reward those who have saved some money towards retirement, but ...
Daily Post North WalesColwyn Bay woman who lost benefits after she had open heart surgery has payments reinstatedDaily Post North WalesA woman whose benefits were stopped because she missed appointments while she was undergoing open heart surgery has had her payments reinstated. In a dramatic u-turn the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have told Lyn Wright her Personal ...
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How much do you pay for your money manager?Financial TimesAccording to accountants Grant Thornton, someone who entrusts £100,000 to a UK financial adviser or investment manager for a decade would pay 2.56 per cent of their pot every year, on average, for financial planning and the costs of holding financial ...and more »
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Woman spends £6000 on credit card taken out in friend's name - Burton Mail

Burton MailWoman spends £6000 on credit card taken out in friend's nameBurton MailThe 33-year-old filled out forms to illegally obtain an MBNA credit card and the crime only came to light when the firm sent mail to her friend stating that the outstanding debt had been sold to a collection agency. The concerned victim got in contact ...
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ISA Help to Buy SCANDAL - Government says take it up with banks after 'major design fault' - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukISA Help to Buy SCANDAL - Government says take it up with banks after 'major design fault'Express.co.ukIt comes after it was revealed the Government's flagship Isa, which aims to help thousands of people onto the housing ladder, means that savers are not able to get a “bonus” on their money until the purchase of a property is completed. This means ...Help to Buy Isa: how it works and best ratesTelegraph.co.ukHelp to Buy ISA: Savers outraged over revelations scheme can't be used towards first-time buyers' depositsThe IndependentHelp To Buy ISA 'Bonus' Can't Actually Be Used Towards Your DepositHuffington Post UKall 22 news articles »
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Care case judge fury at solicitor after pensioner patient left unable to see beloved pet - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukCare case judge fury at solicitor after pensioner patient left unable to see beloved petTelegraph.co.ukElspeth Winny, a barrister who visited Mrs P, reported back to the court in July that the pensioner “has no money, the bank account is empty, the credit card is in the red, the only asset is her house, and unable to trace pension”. It also emerged that ...
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Care case judge furious pensioner left unable to see beloved pet - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukCare case judge furious pensioner left unable to see beloved petTelegraph.co.ukElspeth Winny, a barrister who visited Mrs P, reported back to the court in July that the pensioner “has no money, the bank account is empty, the credit card is in the red, the only asset is her house, and unable to trace pension”. It also emerged that ...
(21-08-2016)

Think jobs, spending and house prices seem Brexit-proof? Fingers crossed for next year - The Guardian

The GuardianThink jobs, spending and house prices seem Brexit-proof? Fingers crossed for next yearThe GuardianBrexiters brush aside the counter-factual arguments, saying that the Bank's stimulus plan, which included a cut in interest rates and pumping and extra £70bn into the economy, played second fiddle to the wisdom of the UK household, which has turned out ...and more »
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Nigel Green DeVere Group Helping Expats Grow their Wealth - iExpats.com

Nigel Green DeVere Group Helping Expats Grow their WealthiExpats.comHelping expats grow, protect and maximise their wealth through sound financial advice and strategies for pensions and investments is something from which Nigel Green, CEO of independent financial planning giant deVere Group, has made a hugely .... One ...
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Tax in retirement: Top tips to avoid getting caught in trap | Personal ... - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukTax in retirement: Top tips to avoid getting caught in trap | Personal ...Express.co.ukThere is no respite from the taxman in retirement, as new figures show pensioners hand over an incredible 30 per cent of all their income straight to HM ...and more »
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Tax in retirement: Top tips to avoid getting caught in trap - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukTax in retirement: Top tips to avoid getting caught in trapExpress.co.ukThere is no respite from the taxman in retirement, as new figures show pensioners hand over an incredible 30 per cent of all their income straight to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in tax, only a slightly lower proportion than for those who are still working.and more »
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Withstanding life's worst bringing out best in Kentucky football's Laster - Lexington Herald Leader

Lexington Herald LeaderWithstanding life's worst bringing out best in Kentucky football's LasterLexington Herald LeaderA lawyer told Donald Laster that while they were in the process of suing the bank for predatory lending, he should stop paying on his mortgage, instead placing that money into a separate escrow account until a settlement was reached. What Laster didn't ...
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Four key steps to Brexit-proof your mortgage: How to find the best home loan deal before we leave the EU - This is Money

This is MoneyFour key steps to Brexit-proof your mortgage: How to find the best home loan deal before we leave the EUThis is MoneyThe true cost mortgage calculator' on our sister website This Is Money helps you compare the total cost of different loan deals over their terms so you can see if high fees and other costs are worth paying. In general, anyone with a mortgage over £100 ...
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Brexit-proof your house: How to find the best loan deal before we ... - This is Money

This is MoneyBrexit-proof your house: How to find the best loan deal before we ...This is MoneyHere are the four key steps to a Brexit-proof mortgage. The strategy works for first-time buyers, home-movers and remortgage customers alike.and more »
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Brexit-proof your house: How to find the best loan deal before we leave the EU - This is Money

This is MoneyBrexit-proof your house: How to find the best loan deal before we leave the EUThis is MoneyThe true cost mortgage calculator' on our sister website This Is Money helps you compare the total cost of different loan deals over their terms so you can see if high fees and other costs are worth paying. In general, anyone with a mortgage over £100 ...
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Britain's landlords are making a killing from an impossible situation poor people are in - Business Insider

Business InsiderBritain's landlords are making a killing from an impossible situation poor people are inBusiness InsiderThe combination of more households having low incomes and an exorbitant rise in property prices due to the critical housing shortage is forcing more people into renting. And, in turn, private landlords are making a killing. According to the National ...and more »
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Britain's landlords are making a killing from an impossible situation poor people are in - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKBritain's landlords are making a killing from an impossible situation poor people are inBusiness Insider UKThe combination of more households having low incomes and an exorbitant rise in property prices due to the critical housing shortage is forcing more people into renting. And, in turn, private landlords are making a killing. According to the National ...and more »
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Money & Me: Dubai expat's housekeeping keeps the finances tidy - The National

The NationalMoney & Me: Dubai expat's housekeeping keeps the finances tidyThe NationalI save from the income of some assets in UK, some property. I'm not a sophisticated saver, I don't do stocks, don't play the markets. I have some savings in the bank and some in managed funds. Do you prefer paying by credit card or in cash? I love it ...
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