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The GuardianCharged for an Argos order, but the goods never arrivedThe GuardianThis is the latest in a swelling postbag about Argos's poor customer service and puzzlingly contradictory advice. It follows a recent complaint published on these pages about the delivery of the wrong mattress and a refund made on the purchaser's ...
Daily MailHouse Rules' Claire and Hagan reveal they can't afford to get marriedDaily MailAnd Claire, 28, and Hagan, 27, are hoping to take out the top prize on the show to ease the financial strain they are currently under and pay off their mortgage to make their dream wedding a reality. In an interview with this week's New Idea, the ...
AOL Money UKThe cheapest 0% credit cards for borrowing moneyAOL Money UKOnce you've transferred the money, you can use it to pay off your overdraft. Credit card companies usually charge very high rates of interest on this sort of cash advance, higher than you would pay with most overdrafts. However, 0% money transfer ...and more »
Daily MailOne Family launch 'inter-generational' plan to help relatives pay for first homesDaily MailBut David Hollingworth, a broker at the mortgage company London & Country, said: 'Affordability can be a problem because you require a certain level of income to pay a mortgage. Senior homeowners also need to think carefully about their own security ...and more »
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Charged for an Argos order, but the goods never arrived - The Guardian

The GuardianCharged for an Argos order, but the goods never arrivedThe GuardianThis is the latest in a swelling postbag about Argos's poor customer service and puzzlingly contradictory advice. It follows a recent complaint published on these pages about the delivery of the wrong mattress and a refund made on the purchaser's ...
(30-05-2016)

House Rules' Claire and Hagan reveal they can't afford to get married - Daily Mail

Daily MailHouse Rules' Claire and Hagan reveal they can't afford to get marriedDaily MailAnd Claire, 28, and Hagan, 27, are hoping to take out the top prize on the show to ease the financial strain they are currently under and pay off their mortgage to make their dream wedding a reality. In an interview with this week's New Idea, the ...
(30-05-2016)

The cheapest 0% credit cards for borrowing money - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKThe cheapest 0% credit cards for borrowing moneyAOL Money UKOnce you've transferred the money, you can use it to pay off your overdraft. Credit card companies usually charge very high rates of interest on this sort of cash advance, higher than you would pay with most overdrafts. However, 0% money transfer ...and more »
(30-05-2016)

One Family launch 'inter-generational' plan to help relatives pay for first homes - Daily Mail

Daily MailOne Family launch 'inter-generational' plan to help relatives pay for first homesDaily MailBut David Hollingworth, a broker at the mortgage company London & Country, said: 'Affordability can be a problem because you require a certain level of income to pay a mortgage. Senior homeowners also need to think carefully about their own security ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

New credit card scrutiny sends Indonesians back to cash - Reuters UK

Reuters UKNew credit card scrutiny sends Indonesians back to cashReuters UKJAKARTA Indonesia's plan to track all credit card transactions in a bid to crack down on rampant tax evasion is pushing people back to cash, stifling government efforts to track illicit money flows. A new government decree requiring credit card ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

Modi plans to promote credit and debit cards in war on black money business culture - Daily Mail

Daily MailModi plans to promote credit and debit cards in war on black money business cultureDaily MailOn May 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi argued for moving towards a cashless society to increase transparency and curb black money culture. A senior official said the finance ministry is looking at ways to promote the use of cards, including credit and ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

Number of UK landlords rises to 1.75 million - The Guardian

The GuardianNumber of UK landlords rises to 1.75 millionThe GuardianThe HMRC figures are the latest data on landlord numbers, which are likely to have increased significantly since. Buy-to-let lending has boomed as cheap mortgages and rising rents, combined with low savings rates, have made property attractive to ...
(29-05-2016)

New credit card scrutiny sends Indonesians back to cash - Daily Mail

New credit card scrutiny sends Indonesians back to cashDaily MailJAKARTA, May 30 (Reuters) - Indonesia's plan to track all credit card transactions in a bid to crack down on rampant tax evasion is pushing people back to cash, stifling government efforts to track illicit money flows. A new government decree requiring ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

The Full Brazilian: Louis Vuitton comes to Rio, but with economic collapse and pandemics rife, is the girl from ... - The Independent

The IndependentThe Full Brazilian: Louis Vuitton comes to Rio, but with economic collapse and pandemics rife, is the girl from ...The IndependentLouis Vuitton have opted to stage their latest Cruise fashion show in Rio de Janeiro - a decision announced last October, before presidential impeachment, the Zika virus and a collapsing currency plunged Brazil into turmoil. It forms .... Brazilian ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

Loyalty to everyday services is costing you MORE - make time for money saving switch - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukLoyalty to everyday services is costing you MORE - make time for money saving switchExpress.co.ukNow the Government is looking to extend seven-day switching to a host of other services, including mortgages, energy suppliers, mobile phones and broadband packages, thus boosting competition and forcing all companies to offer their customers a better ...
(29-05-2016)

Now it's the bank of granny and granddad! New 'intergenerational mortgage' will let grandparents borrow to fund ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailNow it's the bank of granny and granddad! New 'intergenerational mortgage' will let grandparents borrow to fund ...Daily MailAnd it was also seeking to develop what he termed a 'reverse mortgage' so retirees could free up money in their homes for their own spending. ... Joe Garner, Nationwide's new chief executive, said: 'A huge proportion of the wealth of the UK is in property.
(29-05-2016)

One Family's 'intergenerational mortgage' lets grandparents fund grandchildren's first homes - Daily Mail

Daily MailOne Family's 'intergenerational mortgage' lets grandparents fund grandchildren's first homesDaily MailThe move comes as Nationwide announced last week it will launch new loans so young people can use family money to get on the housing ladder. Georgina Smith, managing director of One Family Lifetime Mortgages, said: 'Families are increasingly ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

The EU Referendum Will Determine the UK's Future - Truth-Out

Telegraph.co.ukThe EU Referendum Will Determine the UK's FutureTruth-OutWomen are often excluded from company pension schemes because they work part time and take breaks to have children. "EU law now ... It is a fact that EU funding has been critical in helping the UK film industry flourish: The Creative Europe program ...G7 leaders say Brexit would be a 'serious risk to global growth' and a threat to trade, investment and jobsThis is MoneyWould a Brexit make you richer or poorer?Interactive Investorall 561 news articles »
(29-05-2016)

I'm not that rich and most of my work is unpaid, says Tony Blair - Daily Mail

Daily MailI'm not that rich and most of my work is unpaid, says Tony BlairDaily MailTony Blair has played down claims about the extent of his money-making activities - insisting 80 per cent of his work is unpaid. The former Prime Minister hit ... He was also the last resident of 10 Downing Street to claim a non-contributory gold ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

Tata Steel may hold on to its UK steelworks, proposed sale may be put off: Report - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisTata Steel may hold on to its UK steelworks, proposed sale may be put off: ReportDaily News & AnalysisTata Steel may still hold on to its UK steelworks and their proposed sale may be put off after a personal intervention by Prime Minister David Cameron who is keen on averting the collapse of Britain's steel industry ahead of the EU referendum, a media ...and more »
(29-05-2016)
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