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Mirror.co.ukMarks & Spencer's new mortgage range lets you buy with up to 4 people - and it's offering £1000 cashback for first ...Mirror.co.ukTo support people buying their first home, M&S said up to four borrowers planning to live in a property will be able to take out a mortgage together. First-time buyers are also being offered £1,000 cashback as well as a free valuation. M&S Bank's first ...M&S Bank is launching mortgages and first-time buyers get £1000 cashbackThe Sunall 4 news articles »
Financial TimesInvesting in UK retailers: Bargains or basket cases?Financial TimesThere is concern among credit card companies that the market has overexpanded, while car companies are finding that people are less interested in buying cars at the end of the loan period than they had expected. However, he says any rise in interest ...and more »
Financial TimesInvesting in UK retailers: Bargains or basket cases? - Financial TimesFinancial TimesThree years ago in an Asda supermarket in Wembley, north London, shoppers were fighting over televisions. The US-owned grocery chain was one of the first to import “Black Friday” pre-Christmas sales promotions from the US, and there were scenes of ...and more »
Mirror.co.ukNumber of pensioners seeking payday loans has doubled in just two yearsMirror.co.uk“Inflation is at historically high levels and while pensions have gone up, the shortfall between income and the cost of living is becoming increasingly apparent. The new data follows a report earlier this month that revealed millions of Britain's ...and more »
Mirror.co.ukNumber of pensioners seeking payday loans has doubled in just two ...Mirror.co.ukShocking new figures show the amount of over-65s turning to financial help to top up their monthly pension is up 95.2% since 2015.and more »
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Number Of Workers Mulling Pension Transfers Up 120% - iExpats.com

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Mortgage affordability unchanged despite rising house prices, report finds - AOL Money UK

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Disabled claimants may not meet costs with cut in unemployment benefit, warn MPs - AOL Money UK

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Mortgage affordability unchanged despite rising house prices, report ... - AOL Money UK

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HBOS banker jailed for 11 years for £1billion fraud - Daily Mail

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'You sold your soul to the devil for sex, bling and swag': HBOS banker is jailed for 11 years after he and his ... - Daily Mail

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Your pension perks are shrinking - act before the window closes - economia

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By TOM KELLY FOR THE DAILY MAIL - Daily Mail

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HBOS banker jailed for 11 years for £1bn fraud - Daily Mail

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How the Bank of England's interest freeze will affect first time buyers and mortgage holders - Mirror.co.uk

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2 stocks you could buy today and never sell - AOL Money UK

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What UK interest rates will mean for your mortgage choices - The Conversation UK

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3 investment trusts thrashing the market - AOL Money UK

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The importance of a balanced ISA Portfolio - The Money Pages

The Money PagesThe importance of a balanced ISA PortfolioThe Money PagesFor UK-based investors we suggest that it still makes sense to have the largest allocation to UK-listed investments, because it is likely their living costs will also be in pounds, and then to complement this with a broad spread of international ...
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A poor reflection of advice: Major firms duck the issue on charges - Money Marketing

Money MarketingA poor reflection of advice: Major firms duck the issue on chargesMoney MarketingThe largest advice firms in the UK have broadly failed to come clean on what they charge for advice and the service they deliver for those charges. Last week, St James's Place pledged to publish its pension and bond charges online for the first time ...and more »
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