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Over-55s cash in on increasing home pricesThe TimesThe two main types of equity release plans are lifetime mortgages, which allow the homeowner to borrow money against their house, and home reversions, where a share of the house is sold to an equity release provider. Interest is charged on lifetime ...
This is MoneyBoom in older people using their home as a cash machineTelegraph.co.ukAccording to Nationwide one in ten people looking to to take out a lifetime mortgage wanted to the money to gift to family or friends. However the most common reason was to pay off an existing mortgage, suggesting that the boom is being fuelled by ...Nationwide warns of squeeze on household spending and tough times ahead as profits fall 10%This is MoneyNationwide hit by mortgage lending price warFinancial TimesOver-55s equity release mortgage offered by NationwideWhich?Reutersall 31 news articles »
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Crash in endowment payments hits thousands of homeowners - AOL UK

AOL UKCrash in endowment payments hits thousands of homeownersAOL UKAlternatively, if you're young enough, you may be able to extend the term of your mortgage to buy yourself more time - although the Money Advice Service cautions that this should really be a last resort. In some cases, it may be possible to argue that ...
(15-11-2017)

Pension Inheritance Rules and What to Do | The Telegraph - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukPension Inheritance Rules and What to Do | The TelegraphTelegraph.co.ukDiscover how to handle an inherited pension so you know the rules for leaving retirement savings in your will. Read the Telegraph's pension IHT guide now.and more »
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Pension inheritance rules explained - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukPension inheritance rules explainedTelegraph.co.ukHow your pension funds are passed on to your loved ones once you've begun to draw retirement benefits depends on whether you've used your pension to buy an annuity, or income for life, or if you're using drawdown. With drawdown, you remain invested in ...and more »
(15-11-2017)

Wages remain depressed despite low unemployment as workers face double-whammy of high inflation and rising ... - This is Money

This is MoneyWages remain depressed despite low unemployment as workers face double-whammy of high inflation and rising ...This is MoneyBritain's workers are struggling with 'depressed' wages, despite the unemployment level remaining at a 12-year low. 'Perhaps technological ... cent on a year ago. Workers are facing sluggish wage growth, rising prices and higher interest rates on ...and more »
(15-11-2017)

Equity release in London rises - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukEquity release in London risesTelegraph.co.ukFigures from Moneyfacts.co.uk figures show that the average lifetime equity release rate, including both fixed and variable deals, reached a record low of 5.19% in August, down from 5.38% at the start of the year and 5.76% in August last year. ... “In ...
(15-11-2017)

This Visa card lets you spend bitcoin anywhere - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThis Visa card lets you spend bitcoin anywhereTelegraph.co.ukA British cryptocurrency exchange is launching a Visa card that it says will allow users to spend their bitcoin savings. London Block Exchange (LBX), a newly-launched website that will allow users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, plans to launch a ...A New Card lets You Spend Bitcoin Like Proper MoneyGizmodo UKall 16 news articles »
(15-11-2017)

Christmas shopping 2017: Still time to order the right credit card for seasonal purchases - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukChristmas shopping 2017: Still time to order the right credit card for seasonal purchasesExpress.co.ukThere is still time to order the right credit card for your seasonal purchases, but you do not have any time to waste. You can choose from a vast range of credit cards offering interest-free deals on purchases, or cashback and other rewards for your ...
(15-11-2017)

Strong demand from home buyers and an 'attractive' mortgage market give Barratt Developments and Crest Nicholson ... - This is Money

This is MoneyStrong demand from home buyers and an 'attractive' mortgage market give Barratt Developments and Crest Nicholson ...This is MoneyStrong market conditions, healthy demand from buyers and 'attractive' mortgage deals have given two of Britain's biggest housebuilders, Barratt Developments and Crest Nicholson, a boost. The two companies' upbeat trading statements follow a positive ...and more »
(15-11-2017)

Jason Gigg bought his lunch using Bitcoins at Quantum - Reading Chronicle

Reading ChronicleJason Gigg bought his lunch using Bitcoins at QuantumReading ChronicleWHAT is believed to be Reading's first retail crypto currency exchange exchange took place at the UK's longest running internet cafe and games zone yesterday. For several months Quantum on Union Street, colloquially known as Smelly Alley, has been ...
(15-11-2017)

Older workers are gambling away their financial futures | Personal ... - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukOlder workers are gambling away their financial futures | Personal ...Express.co.ukRETIREMENT is increasingly a lottery with millions of older workers pinning their hopes on downsizing, an inheritance or hitting a prize jackpot to fund their final ...and more »
(15-11-2017)

Older workers are gambling away their financial futures - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukOlder workers are gambling away their financial futuresExpress.co.ukThe result is that more than two million over-50s workers say they are yet to take pension saving seriously, according to Aviva's Real Retirement Report, which leaves them playing “retirement roulette”. Workers expect their earnings to peak at ...and more »
(15-11-2017)

Couple on how £1 house in Stoke-on-Trent changed their lives - BBC News

Couple on how £1 house in Stoke-on-Trent changed their livesBBC NewsAged in their 50s without a mortgage, Carol and Tommy McMillan had resigned themselves to a lifetime in rented accommodation. But a scheme allowing them to buy a house for £1 has transformed their lives "dramatically", they said. The couple were ...and more »
(15-11-2017)

Money Managers and Greenwashing - Bloomberg

BloombergMoney Managers and GreenwashingBloombergEarlier this month, Barclays Plc became the first U.K. bank to issue green bonds designed to fund U.K. assets, selling 500 million euros ($585 million) of the securities. According to ABN Amro, one of the sale managers, the proceeds will be used for ...and more »
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Pound to euro exchange rate: Sterling falls AGAIN following UK government tensions - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukPound to euro exchange rate: Sterling falls AGAIN following UK government tensionsExpress.co.ukBy staying steady, Mark Carney, the Bank of England governor, has avoided having to write to chancellor Phillip Hammond explaining the increase. This is something that he must do if the inflation rates go above or below the UK's target of 2 per cent.and more »
(15-11-2017)

A London startup is launching a debit card that lets you spend bitcoin and ethereum - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKA London startup is launching a debit card that lets you spend bitcoin and ethereumBusiness Insider UKA London-startup headed by a Credit Suisse veteran is launching a new debit card that it claims will allow people to spend cryptocurrencies across the UK. The London Block ... Customers will also be able to withdraw money using the card ...and more »
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