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Reuters UKNew credit card scrutiny sends Indonesians back to cashReuters UKJAKARTA Indonesia's plan to track all credit card transactions in a bid to crack down on rampant tax evasion is pushing people back to cash, stifling government efforts to track illicit money flows. A new government decree requiring credit card ...and more »
Daily MailModi plans to promote credit and debit cards in war on black money business cultureDaily MailOn May 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi argued for moving towards a cashless society to increase transparency and curb black money culture. A senior official said the finance ministry is looking at ways to promote the use of cards, including credit and ...and more »
The GuardianNumber of UK landlords rises to 1.75 millionThe GuardianThe HMRC figures are the latest data on landlord numbers, which are likely to have increased significantly since. Buy-to-let lending has boomed as cheap mortgages and rising rents, combined with low savings rates, have made property attractive to ...
New credit card scrutiny sends Indonesians back to cashDaily MailJAKARTA, May 30 (Reuters) - Indonesia's plan to track all credit card transactions in a bid to crack down on rampant tax evasion is pushing people back to cash, stifling government efforts to track illicit money flows. A new government decree requiring ...and more »
The IndependentThe Full Brazilian: Louis Vuitton comes to Rio, but with economic collapse and pandemics rife, is the girl from ...The IndependentLouis Vuitton have opted to stage their latest Cruise fashion show in Rio de Janeiro - a decision announced last October, before presidential impeachment, the Zika virus and a collapsing currency plunged Brazil into turmoil. It forms .... Brazilian ...and more »
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House prices in Britain's biggest cities see double-digit growth but Brexit would trigger slowdown in sales, claims ... - This is Money

This is MoneyHouse prices in Britain's biggest cities see double-digit growth but Brexit would trigger slowdown in sales, claims ...This is MoneyHouse prices in Britain's 20 biggest cities continued to see double digit growth in April, but a UK exit from the EU would 'undoubtedly' cause a slowdown in prices and sales, a new report has revealed. If the UK were to vote for 'Brexit' there could be ...and more »
(27-05-2016)

'I'm 22 and will save £30000 over the next two years - what should I do with it?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'I'm 22 and will save £30000 over the next two years - what should I do with it?'Telegraph.co.ukThe 22-year old has been working for British Gas for three years, advising landlords on their insurance. He has ... Firstly, it will determine how much deposit he is able to save, which in turn will determine the size of mortgage he can acquire and ...and more »
(27-05-2016)

Avoiding Pension Freedom Tax Pitfalls With QROPS - iExpats.com

iExpats.comAvoiding Pension Freedom Tax Pitfalls With QROPSiExpats.comExpats taking large amounts under pension freedoms from their UK retirement saving face unwelcome demands from the tax man. Two unfortunate consequences ... The personal allowance is deducted and tax charged at 20% on the balance. To get the difference ...
(26-05-2016)

Steel Workers Face Pension Cut Nightmare - iExpats.com

iExpats.comSteel Workers Face Pension Cut NightmareiExpats.comOne solutions for retirement savers facing pension cuts is to transfer out to a SiPP or personal pension if they live in the UK or to a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS) if they are expats. However, financial advisers would have to ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Bernie Sanders accepts Donald Trump's challenge to debate in California - Daily Mail

Daily MailBernie Sanders accepts Donald Trump's challenge to debate in CaliforniaDaily MailBut I would debate him anyway if they wanted to put up money for charity,' Trump said at this afternoon's news conference, as he claimed his campaign has 'had a couple of calls from the networks already.' 'I'd love to debate ... Once considered a wild ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Bankers are now facing their Uber moment - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBankers are now facing their Uber momentTelegraph.co.ukAs a hub for financial innovation, the UK rivals Silicon Valley. From a standing start little more than ... Yes, the terminology is opaque, but if we fast forward ten years, this kind of technology, which would allow different banking computer systems ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

The two-year deal from Yorkshire BS is the lowest rate of any mortgage available - This is Money

This is MoneyThe two-year deal from Yorkshire BS is the lowest rate of any mortgage availableThis is MoneyThe mortgage price war has flared up again to produce the cheapest home loan on the market as a two-year fix was launched today at just 1.14 per cent. The deal from Yorkshire Building Society requires a 35 per cent deposit and comes with a hefty £1,345 ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

HALF of Brits travel abroad without insurance - 10 important things you should know before you jet off - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHALF of Brits travel abroad without insurance - 10 important things you should know before you jet offMirror.co.uk... if you buy your flight by credit card then you are covered under the Consumer Credit Act for purchases between £100 and £3,000. If it's a package holiday, check whether your tour operator is ATOL-protected – this will enable you to reclaim any ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Pension plan complaints jump 25 per cent as customers baffled by deals - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukPension plan complaints jump 25 per cent as customers baffled by dealsExpress.co.ukHOME · News · Showbiz & TV · Sport · Comment · Finance · Travel · Entertainment · Life & Style · Personal Finance · City & Business · Retirement · The Crusader · Home · Finance · Personal Finance; Pension plan complaints jump 25 per cent as customers ...FOS upholds half of pension advice complaintsMoney Marketingall 30 news articles »
(26-05-2016)

Top judge hands divorcee £3.5m despite husband arguing it should be less as ex-wife lives with another man - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukTop judge hands divorcee £3.5m despite husband arguing it should be less as ex-wife lives with another manTelegraph.co.ukWomen who move in with other men after getting divorced are still entitled to a share of their ex-husband's wealth, the UK's most senior family judge has ruled. Karen Hart, 60 ... They have a bank account together, a home together and credit cards ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Shoppers brush off Brexit fears with record credit card splurge - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukShoppers brush off Brexit fears with record credit card splurgeTelegraph.co.ukShoppers used their credit cards 163.6m times in April, also a record high, according to the British Bankers' Association. Despite the splurge, consumers appeared to spend within their means. Overall, credit card debt didn't increase in April, as ...
(26-05-2016)

Choose a SIPP for choice, flexibility and low-cost pension management - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukChoose a SIPP for choice, flexibility and low-cost pension managementTelegraph.co.ukIf you're comfortable with the thought of making your own investment choices, choosing where, when, and how your retirement savings are invested, a self-invested personal pension (SIPP) can provide you with access to a much broader range of options ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Government boosts pension freedom by slashing access cost - Evening Standard

Evening StandardGovernment boosts pension freedom by slashing access costEvening StandardLife insurance companies, investment firms and personal pension operators have all charged savers to withdraw money from their pension. There is also a consultation for similar caps in occupational pension schemes. Tata's £15 billion British Steel ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Housebuilding slows down at the start of the year - but North and South East see a surge in construction activity - This is Money

This is MoneyHousebuilding slows down at the start of the year - but North and South East see a surge in construction activityThis is MoneyThe number of mortgages approved by banks in April fell to its lowest number since March 2015. They approved 40,104 mortgages for house purchases last month, down from 43,854 in March and 6.4 per cent lower than in April 2015, the British Bankers' ...and more »
(26-05-2016)

Dip in number of mortgage approvals following 'stamp duty spike' - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKDip in number of mortgage approvals following 'stamp duty spike'AOL Money UKThe number of mortgage approvals made to home buyers plunged to its lowest levels in over a year in April as a stamp duty hike took hold, the British Bankers' Association (BBA) has reported. Some 40,104 mortgages got the go-ahead for house purchase in ...Chart: Mortgage lending coolsInvestors Chronicleall 10 news articles »
(26-05-2016)
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