Telegraph.co.ukHow market turmoil has changed all these areas of personal financeTelegraph.co.ukIsas, pensions and other investments drop back to 2008 levels or further. This is the bleak line taken by analysts such as market historian Russell Napier, who thinks shares could fall by 50pc. He uses a trusted model of valuing shares to show that the ...and more »
Larne TimesAdvice: How will I be affected by changes to the State Pension?Larne TimesAs a result, people who have been contracted out may have little or no additional State Pension as they are building up a workplace or personal pension instead. Starting with less than the full new State Pension: From 6 April 2016 you may be able to ...
The GuardianBA took flight when we tried to get a refundThe GuardianLast year our party of six used the British Airways website to book return flights from the UK to George Town in the Bahamas for a holiday. It was to celebrate my partner's ... In your shoes, we would contact your credit card provider and bring a ...and more »
The GuardianUnder-35s in the UK face becoming permanent renters, warns thinktankThe GuardianMatt Whittaker, chief economist at the Resolution Foundation, said: “With the average modest income household having to spend 22 years to raise the money needed for a typical first time buyer deposit – up from just three years in the mid-1990s – it's ...Only the rich and elderly will own homes within a decade, thinktank warnsTelegraph.co.ukall 4 news articles »
Daily MailConservatives threaten revolt against George Osborne over 'time bomb' taxDaily MailTREAT PENSIONS LIKE ISAS: All savers would pay tax on money going into pensions. But withdrawals would be tax-free in retirement. The Government might offer a top-up worth 30 per cent of anything put into a pension. - A LOWER THRESHOLD FOR ...and more »