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Axa to sell businessesFT Adviser“Axa Group would be thinking: 'We might as well get out and put our money elsewhere.'” ... in the UK, including Axa Wealth, which includes Architas and the platform Axa Elevate; Axa PPP Healthcare, which provides private medical insurance; the general ...and more »
Express.co.ukChina financial crisis: How it WILL hit Britain's savings HARDExpress.co.ukShe said the good news is that rates have been rising, driven by new “challenger” banks such as Renault-owned RCI Bank UK, whose Freedom Savings Account pays 1.65 per cent on instant access, and Charter Savings Bank, which has a one-year ...Should investors sell up, sit tight or buy 'cheap' shares after the Great Fall ...This is MoneyPension Savers Unaffected by China's TroublesMorningstarall 529 news articles »
Market slump: What are the considerations for investors?Hargreaves LansdownThe latest one is to get the Chinese state pension to start investing in shares. These strategies don't appear to be doing much ... No news or research item is a personal recommendation to deal. All investments can fall as well as rise in value so ...and more »
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Banks in line for another £40bn bill as fresh wave of charges over mis-seling ... - This is Money

This is MoneyBanks in line for another £40bn bill as fresh wave of charges over mis-seling ...This is MoneyBritain's biggest banks are facing a new compensation bill of up to £40billion as a fresh wave of charges over misselling and foreign exchange rate rigging looms. The Financial Conduct Authority is set to rule within weeks on whether undisclosed ...and more »
(22-08-2015)

Banks should be afraid, the disruption of financial services has only just begun - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBanks should be afraid, the disruption of financial services has only just begunTelegraph.co.ukWe are becoming used to doing more of our banking online or on mobiles – in fact it has probably been some time since many of us actually set foot in a high street bank branch. This might lead you to conclude that the internet has shaken up or ...and more »
(22-08-2015)

'Is now a good time to buy a property in France?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Is now a good time to buy a property in France?'Telegraph.co.uk“By borrowing in euros, buyers can protect themselves from currency falls. If the euro does fall, the level of debt owed also falls in sterling terms. “The opposite is true if you raise the money in the UK through a mortgage or equity release, however ...and more »
(22-08-2015)

'Is now a good time to buy in France?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Is now a good time to buy in France?'Telegraph.co.uk“By borrowing in euros, buyers can protect themselves from currency falls. If the euro does fall, the level of debt owed also falls in sterling terms. “The opposite is true if you raise the money in the UK through a mortgage or equity release however ...
(22-08-2015)

Death of buy-to-let: landlords wake up to Osborne's 150pc tax - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukDeath of buy-to-let: landlords wake up to Osborne's 150pc taxTelegraph.co.ukBritain's big mortgage banks are reluctant to comment and appear to want to downplay the impact, perhaps to reassure their shareholders. But a senior executive at a top-five buy‑to‑let lender admitted privately to Telegraph Money: “For a group of ...and more »
(22-08-2015)

'We make £75000 a year from our toll bridge' - The Guardian

The Guardian'We make £75000 a year from our toll bridge'The GuardianIn 2012 husband and wife Grahame Penny and Maggie Taylor paid £500,000 for one of Britain's few private toll bridges, crossing the River Wye in Herefordshire. At the time it was making around £65,000 a year, but after costs there was little left for ...
(22-08-2015)

How to get the best overdraft at university - The Guardian

The GuardianHow to get the best overdraft at universityThe GuardianNatWest/RBS is offering a four-year National Express card to university students. Photograph: ... Rachel Springall of Moneyfacts.co.uk says: “The best interest-free overdraft facility on offer is a whopping £3,000 from HSBC and Halifax, while other ...
(22-08-2015)

How to fight back against rising credit card rates - Which?

Which?How to fight back against rising credit card ratesWhich?Our researchers' analysis of the credit card market reveals that the average purchase APR charged by credit cards has increased by 19% since July 2009, while the average cash withdrawal APR has also grown. Here, we ... Money Compare Table: Credit cards ...and more »
(22-08-2015)

Multi-million pound mortgage fraudsters 'have no money left', a court is told - South Wales Evening Post

South Wales Evening PostMulti-million pound mortgage fraudsters 'have no money left', a court is toldSouth Wales Evening PostA CONMAN involved in a sophisticated £5 million mortgage fraud conspiracy has been ordered to pay back just £500. Swansea Crown Court heard that Mark Cainen benefited from the scam to the tune of more than £900,000 — but now the only assets the ...
(21-08-2015)

The New Chip&Equipped Credit Cards: Safer, And (For Now) More Confusing - Fast Company

Fast CompanyThe New Chip&Equipped Credit Cards: Safer, And (For Now) More ConfusingFast CompanyThe code requirement in chip-and-PIN transactions existed originally because it was too expensive in the U.K. and Europe to verify each transaction via "callout": a credit-card terminal dialing up or using an Internet connection to validate that the ...and more »
(21-08-2015)

Staff Accuse UK Restaurant Chain of Stealing Tips - Eater

Telegraph.co.ukStaff Accuse UK Restaurant Chain of Stealing TipsEater... claims that the policy isn't just reserved to credit card tips: "One night I was waiting a large group and had to split the bill for each guest. At the end they left a £100 cash tip, but I was forced to hand it over to my manager and never saw that ...Javid weighs in on practice of restaurants withholding staff tipsFinancial Timesall 14 news articles »
(21-08-2015)

Innovation, revolution and acquisition - FT Adviser

Innovation, revolution and acquisitionFT AdviserBoth the ex-pensions minister and the chancellor promised that the pension freedoms would bring with them new products, but the speed of the legislative implementation meant that most providers had to dedicate most of their time and resources into just ...and more »
(21-08-2015)

Think before you throw away thousands of pounds - Unbiased (press release)

Think before you throw away thousands of poundsUnbiased (press release)Like any earner, you still have a tax-free personal allowance in retirement, so if you stay within this (or close to it) then you'll pay no (or little) tax. In other words, a series of smaller withdrawals from your pension should net you far more money ...and more »
(21-08-2015)

Clients will be won or lost on intergenerational relations - FT Adviser

Clients will be won or lost on intergenerational relationsFT Adviser... with Raymond James are aged over 50 and retirement assets already account for 52 per cent of the assets they hold on clients' behalf, with 34 per cent in self-invested personal pensions. Government figures for there are currently 18.3m over-55s in ...and more »
(21-08-2015)

Viva la advice revolution: What Govt review means for advisers - Fundweb

FundwebViva la advice revolution: What Govt review means for advisersFundwebIndustry experts say the review signals the Treasury's intent to seize control of a situation that threatens to derail the success of its flagship pension freedom reforms. Fundweb sister publication Money Marketing understands the review has been the ...and more »
(21-08-2015)
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