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Daily MailBlac Chyna says Rob Kardashian likes how she's a hustler in behind-the-scenes of Elle shootDaily MailThe pregnant former stripper, who is engaged to Kris Jenner's only son, has revealed that her fiance likes how she's a go getter who knows what she wants and goes for it. 'He likes my work ethic, how I'm a hustler,' she told the current issue of Elle ...and more »
Fitch Upgrades Yorkville (IL's) IDRs to 'AA-' on Criteria Change; Outlook StableYahoo Finance UKYorkville's long-term liability burden is moderate with net overall debt and unfunded pension liability totaling 12.8% of per capita personal income. The city has no new money debt plans but will likely issue refunding bonds periodically. Amortization ...and more »
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Express.co.ukThe handbag that men will love - it locks itself to stop women spendingExpress.co.ukMichelle Hutchison, Money Expert at finder.com/UK, said some consumers need to take extreme measures to curb their credit card spending. She said: "We understand the incredible problem-solving power that technology can provide. "We are so excited to ...and more »
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New inheritance rules will help expats in the EU - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukNew inheritance rules will help expats in the EUTelegraph.co.ukIn the UK, individuals are free to leave their assets to whomever they wish, as long as this is clearly drawn up in a valid will. But most EU member states have some ... If you are affected by these changes or wanted to consider moving your unfunded ...
(28-08-2015)

iZettle just raised €60 million and is getting into shadow banking - Business Insider

Business InsideriZettle just raised €60 million and is getting into shadow bankingBusiness InsiderThen we have more traditional credit scoring. In the UK and Sweden where we've been for a while, I would expect the approval rate to be pretty high." iZettle Lite barber card reader iZettleOne of iZettle's card terminals in action. Unlike traditional ...iZettle, the Square of Europe, raises more cashFortuneall 25 news articles »
(28-08-2015)

iZettle, the Square of Europe, raises more cash - Fortune

Business Insider AustraliaiZettle, the Square of Europe, raises more cashFortuneIZettle says businesses can accept payments using its hardware and software in 11 countries including Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, U.K., Germany, Spain, Mexico and Brazil. Along with the new round of funding, iZettle has also introduced a lending ...Swedish card reader startup iZettle just raised €60 million and is getting ...Business Insider Australiaall 9 news articles »
(28-08-2015)

Parents spent on average £164 kitting each child out for the return to school - Daily Mail

Daily MailParents spent on average £164 kitting each child out for the return to schoolDaily Mail'With over 250 credit cards available in the UK, there are lots of options. 'If you've overspent and need to move some money to a new card, there are some offering up to three years interest free on transfers, or if you've still got things to buy, you ...
(28-08-2015)

Sweden's monetary drama could turn noir - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukSweden's monetary drama could turn noirTelegraph.co.ukYear on year it is expanding at around 3pc, much faster than the finance ministry had forecast at the start of the year. Core inflation is running at 1pc, there are more people in full-time work than ever before and consumption expenditure is rising at ...
(27-08-2015)

Why the right business structure is so important - SmallBusiness.co.uk

SmallBusiness.co.ukWhy the right business structure is so importantSmallBusiness.co.ukSole traders and partnerships do not necessarily have to adhere to this but there can only ever be one active UK limited company with any particular name. This means that, with some careful thought, ... Another tax benefit to consider is the pension ...
(27-08-2015)

Beware the pension 'bank account' gimmick: OMW - FT Adviser

Beware the pension 'bank account' gimmick: OMWFT AdviserMore on Personal Pensions · Pension transfer fees 'next big scandal': Higham · Consultancy slams vertically integrated master trusts ... He added that Old Mutual Wealth had so far seen no demand for withdrawing money haphazardly throughout an ...and more »
(27-08-2015)

The fear of missing out can cost £171/month - moneyfacts.co.uk

The fear of missing out can cost £171/monthmoneyfacts.co.ukPutting things on the credit card (29%) was the favoured solution, followed by using an overdraft (24%), both of which beat cutting back on luxuries such as nights out (23%). In fact, 21% admitted that they would rather cut back on essentials than miss ...
(27-08-2015)

Over half a million will use pension to pay off mortgage - FT Adviser

Over half a million will use pension to pay off mortgageFT AdviserResearch conducted on their behalf by YouGov amongst 1,649 UK adults found that the average amount of debt held at the point of retirement was £34,500, but 19 per cent had debts of over £50,000 and almost one in ten had debts of over £100,000.and more »
(27-08-2015)

Tech Startup Uses Social Media to Calculate Your Credit Worthiness - Gizmodo UK

Gizmodo UKTech Startup Uses Social Media to Calculate Your Credit WorthinessGizmodo UKFounder Gideon Valkin said of his crowdsourced credit check idea: "When I first moved to London, it took me months to receive a credit card or cell phone contract due to a lack of credit history there. Even with a prestigious university degree, a job ...
(27-08-2015)

U-turn on misleading Rops information - FT Adviser

U-turn on misleading Rops informationFT AdviserThe release added that 5 per cent of a client's pension pot under an offshore bond can be remitted tax-free to the UK every year even if the client moves back to the UK. Mr Codrington said that the statement about 5 per cent of a client's pension pot ...
(27-08-2015)

ASK TONY: Why has Europcar charged me £126 extra with an 'all inclusive' car ... - This is Money

This is MoneyASK TONY: Why has Europcar charged me £126 extra with an 'all inclusive' car ...This is MoneyWhen, as in your case, those extras just pop up on your credit card statement when you return home it can be very difficult to argue your case; especially if the firm will not return your calls. I contacted ... By downloading an app to your smartphone ...
(27-08-2015)

Corbyn vows to buy-out PFI deals in NHS - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphCorbyn vows to buy-out PFI deals in NHSBelfast Telegraph"PFI is like buying your house on a credit card. Patients are paying the price, ... He called for a fund to be established to bail out NHS trusts in order to save money, citing cases where local authorities had bought out the debt. "This will save our ...and more »
(27-08-2015)

1 in 5 retirees use pension freedoms to pay off debt - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk1 in 5 retirees use pension freedoms to pay off debtMirror.co.ukMortgage debt is the most common with 21% still owing money on homes, followed by credit or store cards and unsecured loans. The pension freedoms have ... You can do a benefits check at Age UK or call 0800 169 6565. Small changes can help you to ...
(26-08-2015)

Council tax is now Britain's biggest problem debt - how to get help - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukCouncil tax is now Britain's biggest problem debt - how to get helpMirror.co.uk"Where people used to seek advice for problems with consumer debt like credit cards, overdrafts and personal loans, now the biggest issues are council tax arrears, fuel debts, and rent arrears. “People are increasingly struggling to pay their basic ...and more »
(26-08-2015)
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