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Telegraph.co.ukHigher train fares in 2017: four tips to cut the cost of your commuteTelegraph.co.ukThose who want to apply for a credit card face-to-face can opt for the Post Office card, which has 0pc interest rate on purchases for 27 months. All three providers charge ... Effectively these schemes lend you the money to buy an annual ticket and you ...
Liverpool EchoHMRC tax return deadlines - everything you need to knowLiverpool EchoMost workers do not need to worry as tax is automatically deducted from their pay, pensions and savings. But more than ... The main deadline for paper and online returns and paying any money you owe is midnight on January 31, 2017 - for money earned ...and more »
Mirror.co.uk'17 ways I'll save in 2017' Money-saving mum shares 12-month plan to becoming debt-free in the New YearMirror.co.ukNine out of ten people with credit card debt will suffer a financial hangover in 2017 - after the season of goodwill saw generous shoppers rack up over £11billion on plastic - that's an estimated £636 a household. And to make matters worse, over half ...
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Tory welfare reforms causing 'devastating harm' to the most vulnerable in society - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandTory welfare reforms causing 'devastating harm' to the most vulnerable in societyHerald ScotlandBut Phil Reynolds, Parkinson's UK Policy and Campaigns Advisor and co-chair of the Disability Benefits Consortium, said: “Our research reveals seven in ten people said cuts to ESA would cause their health to suffer, with almost half saying it would ...and more »
(13-12-2015)

Energy bills: Government considers mail-out scheme to promote cheaper deals ... - The Independent

The IndependentEnergy bills: Government considers mail-out scheme to promote cheaper deals ...The IndependentSuch firms would stand to gain millions of pounds from pensioners, many of whom are unaware that they can switch to a cheaper electricity supplier by post rather than via the internet. ... Mr Berry said this was a “real opportunity” to save the elderly ...
(12-12-2015)

'I use my mobile number to collect dreaded soccer subs': How technology is ... - This is Money

This is Money'I use my mobile number to collect dreaded soccer subs': How technology is ...This is MoneyCash may not be on its death bed but its days look numbered. Earlier this month the world's biggest maker of banknotes cut its workforce partly in response to dwindling global demand for cash. And forecasts suggest that next year non-cash payments made ...
(12-12-2015)

Secret terror trial transcripts reveal accused's luxury lifestyle - The Guardian

The GuardianSecret terror trial transcripts reveal accused's luxury lifestyleThe GuardianThe newly released transcripts from Britain's first secret terrorism trial detail part of Erol Incedal's defence, which was heard behind locked doors in the interests of national security. However, the crux of the case against ... Incedal explained ...British terror suspect friends with Prince William and Harry's inner circleExpress.co.ukTerror suspect "enjoyed billionaire's lifestyle with 'good friends' of Prince ...Mirror.co.ukBritish student convicted in secret terror trial mingled with 'good friends ...The IndependentEvening Standard -Belfast Telegraphall 56 news articles »
(12-12-2015)

Terror suspect "enjoyed billionaire's lifestyle with 'good friends' of Prince ... - Mirror.co.uk

The GuardianTerror suspect "enjoyed billionaire's lifestyle with 'good friends' of Prince ...Mirror.co.ukThe newly released transcripts from Britain's first secret terror trial detail part of Erol Incedal's defence,heard behind locked doors 'in the interests of national security'. The crux of the case against the law student, ... Incedal explained ...Secret terror trial transcripts reveal accused's luxury lifestyleThe GuardianBritish student convicted in secret terror trial mingled with 'good friends ...The IndependentErol Incedal: Terror accused enjoyed billionaire's lifestyle, secret trial ...Telegraph.co.ukEvening Standard -Belfast Telegraphall 51 news articles »
(12-12-2015)

Student accused of plotting Mumbai-style attack "enjoyed billionaire's ... - Mirror.co.uk

The IndependentStudent accused of plotting Mumbai-style attack "enjoyed billionaire's ...Mirror.co.ukThe newly released transcripts from Britain's first secret terror trial detail part of Erol Incedal's defence,heard behind locked doors 'in the interests of national security'. The crux of the case against the law student, from ... Incedal explained ...British student convicted in secret terror trial mingled with 'good friends ...The IndependentErol Incedal: Terror accused enjoyed billionaire's lifestyle, secret trial ...Telegraph.co.ukTerror suspect enjoyed billionaire's lifestyle with Prince William and Harry's ...Evening StandardBelfast Telegraphall 50 news articles »
(12-12-2015)

The end for Britain's biggest landlord marks the start of the great buy-to-let ... - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe end for Britain's biggest landlord marks the start of the great buy-to-let ...Telegraph.co.ukThe changes fall most heavily on those with small mortgages, while a new 3 percentage point stamp duty premium for buy-to-let buyers from April will all but kill the whole thing off for new investors. ... The best of Telegraph Money: get our weekly ...and more »
(12-12-2015)

What next for buy-to-let landlords struggling to make ends meet? - The Guardian

The GuardianWhat next for buy-to-let landlords struggling to make ends meet?The GuardianThis shocked a mortgage market in which the 125% figure has been the norm for years. Coventry building society's Godiva buy-to-let business raised its “stress test” for new applicants, while Virgin Money, currently top of the buy-to-let best-buy tables ...and more »
(12-12-2015)

British student convicted in secret terror trial mingled with 'good friends ... - The Independent

The IndependentBritish student convicted in secret terror trial mingled with 'good friends ...The IndependentIncedal explained: “Ruslan, my friend, he had four credit cards. Each card he could withdraw about £4,000 to £5,000. Because he would be spending that evening partying and drinking he would give me the money to look after. “He had billionaire friends ...Erol Incedal: Terror accused enjoyed billionaire's lifestyle, secret trial ...Telegraph.co.ukTerror suspect enjoyed billionaire's lifestyle with Prince William and Harry's ...Evening StandardTerror-accused enjoyed billionaire's lifestyle, secret trial files revealBelfast Telegraphall 43 news articles »
(11-12-2015)

Financial advisers ignore young clients at their peril - Financial Times

Financial advisers ignore young clients at their perilFinancial TimesThe study found that two-thirds of young people are not saving into a pension, with 20 per cent put off due to confusion over financial products and 43 per cent saying they did not earn enough to save. A top priority for ... Personal finance lessons ...
(11-12-2015)

Who has their eye on your pension? - Financial Times

Financial TimesWho has their eye on your pension?Financial TimesCash, previously earmarked for retirement income, has been spent on refurbishing kitchens, or on holidays and buying new cars, according to pension providers. But Keith Richards, chief executive of the Personal Finance Society, says one of the most ...
(11-12-2015)

Talking 'bout the next pension generation seems to be on hold - Yorkshire Post

Talking 'bout the next pension generation seems to be on holdYorkshire PostSo if you're not sure what to do next, a good place to start is the Personal Finance Society website, whose members are qualified, and you can click on a link to find a local adviser who specialises in retirement planning. The vast majority will give ...
(11-12-2015)

Record breaking £1200 coupon shop: the secret to how it was done - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukRecord breaking £1200 coupon shop: the secret to how it was doneTelegraph.co.uk... card or a nice note to the freepost address, and it works really well.” • The best of Telegraph Money: get our weekly newsletter ... For her Tesco shop, on top of Clubcard boost vouchers, and points through her Tesco credit card for referring ...and more »
(11-12-2015)

Puerto Rico -- Too Big to Fail? - Huffington Post

Puerto Rico -- Too Big to Fail?Huffington PostThat means even states like Illinois, which owes more than $110 billion to the state's pension funds, and has $7 billion in unpaid bills to service providers, cannot file for bankruptcy. It must first cut expenses - or increase taxes. It's eventually a ...
(11-12-2015)

Gov't urged to revisit defined ambition pension plans - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukGov't urged to revisit defined ambition pension plansCitywire.co.ukThe government has stopped work on its plans for collective, risk-sharing defined contribution (DC) pension schemes and automatic transfers of small DC pots. This makes sense in the short term given all the other demands on government time; not least ...and more »
(11-12-2015)
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