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International AdviserQueen's Speech focus on Brexit and terror threat - plus bill to control personal dataBelfast TelegraphThe Financial Guidance and Claims Bill will replace three existing financial guidance providers with a single body, aiming to give people a more "joined up" service when making financial decisions. Currently, the Money Advice Service (MAS), the ...UK Queen's Speech fails to address Finance Bill 'limbo'International AdviserQueen's Speech - what does it mean for pensions and social care?www.professionaladviser.comNew battle for Brexit: Weakened May ditches swathes of disastrous Tory manifesto from Queen's Speech as Remainers ...Daily Mailall 1,666 news articles »
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I'm an expat with 60pc equity and a £100000-plus salary: why can't I borrow more to extend my UK home? - Yahoo Finance UK

I'm an expat with 60pc equity and a £100000-plus salary: why can't I borrow more to extend my UK home?Yahoo Finance UKCan my husband get extra tax relief by paying into my pension? How long can we keep our old home before ... You only mention raising extra funds through a mortgage, so I'm not sure a personal loan would be sufficient. If you did want to go down this ...and more »
(19-04-2016)

How 'money mules' are costing us serious money - BT.com

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Why Don't Americans Save More Money? - The Atlantic

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Female advisers storm chartered status - FT Adviser

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(19-04-2016)

HIGHLIGHTS-Bank of England's Carney speaks on Brexit, economy - Reuters

HIGHLIGHTS-Bank of England's Carney speaks on Brexit, economyReutersThe second factor is bank funding costs which ultimately are passed on to borrowers and mortgagers. So you have two potential factors that work in the direction of potentially higher mortgage rates but I don't need to make that judgement at this stage ...and more »
(19-04-2016)

Commuter belt residents most likely to have a credit card: Type in your postcode to see how debt and savings in your ... - This is Money

This is MoneyCommuter belt residents most likely to have a credit card: Type in your postcode to see how debt and savings in your ...This is MoneyThe data shows many areas in the North East of England rank highest when it comes to loans, with Durham topping the table with one in four households holding a loan. Roughly two thirds of Britons have money in savings and half have a credit card.
(19-04-2016)

Type in your postcode to see how debt and savings in your borough compare to UK average - This is Money

This is MoneyType in your postcode to see how debt and savings in your borough compare to UK averageThis is MoneyThe data shows many areas in the North East of England rank highest when it comes to loans, with Durham topping the table with one in four households holding a loan. Roughly two thirds of Britons have money in savings and half have a credit card.
(19-04-2016)

Type in your postcode to compare credit and savings habits - This is Money

This is MoneyType in your postcode to compare credit and savings habitsThis is MoneyThe data shows many areas in the North East of England rank highest when it comes to loans, with Durham topping the table with one in four households holding a loan. Roughly two thirds of Britons have money in savings and half have a credit card.
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Peer to peer lending 'potentially attractive' to SIPP investors with government support, experts say - Out-Law.com

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(19-04-2016)

Cash is dying and won't be missed - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukCash is dying and won't be missedTelegraph.co.ukPity the Royal Mint, forced to issue a plaintive proclamation that coins and notes are here to stay, after the Co-op revealed that cashless payments have trebled in a year to make up two thirds of all purchases in its stores. Cash, the Mint insisted ...and more »
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Negative Rates Seen Pushing Japanese Farmers Into U.K. Mortgages - Bloomberg

BloombergNegative Rates Seen Pushing Japanese Farmers Into U.K. MortgagesBloombergIn the latest sign negative interest rates are pushing investors into riskier assets, a bank for Japanese farmers and fishermen has bought more than 2 billion pounds ($2.9 billion) of U.K. mortgage-backed bonds, according to people familiar with the ...and more »
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Campaign warning British Muslims about Hajj fraud launched - Wakefield Express

Wakefield ExpressCampaign warning British Muslims about Hajj fraud launchedWakefield ExpressThe Council of British Hajjis estimates that the level of reporting for Hajj fraud is as little as three per cent. It is believed that many who fall victim to this kind of ... You should also get everything in writing and, when you have made a decision ...and more »
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Money digest: today's need to know financial news - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Money digest: today's need to know financial newsSpectator.co.uk (blog)And there's some good financial news this morning: Halifax research shows that today is this year's UK Mortgage Freedom Day – the day when new borrowers will have earned enough to pay off the annual cost of their mortgage. Based on the average annual ...and more »
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Essex dad spends £1k a MONTH on designer clothes for his 11-year-old daughter - Daily Mail

Daily MailEssex dad spends £1k a MONTH on designer clothes for his 11-year-old daughterDaily MailHe said of his daughter on Channel 5's Britain's Pushiest Parents: 'I look at her as an investment. I have always wanted her to achieve the best she can. ... I won't go into debt or rack up credit card bills to give Lili-Rae what she wants.' As his ...and more »
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CGT and selling properties in Scotland and Ireland - Irish Times

Irish TimesCGT and selling properties in Scotland and IrelandIrish TimesMy question is in relation to Irish CGT: Can I write off a loss, taken now, on the Irish property against a subsequent gain taken on the UK property? Mr JM, Dublin. Section 23 relief allows for the ... Can I invest in pension for an adult child? I want ...
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