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This is MoneySave money abroad - don't pay with your debit card: If you're jetting off, here's how to avoid being hit by hidden ...This is MoneyRachel Springall, financial expert at money data scrutineer Moneyfacts, says: 'While consumers get protection from theft when using their plastic abroad, some debit and credit cards will charge eye-watering fees each time cash is withdrawn or a ...
This is MoneyRecession is looming after household debt soars as consumers borrow more to plug the gap between rising prices and ...This is Money'The key driver of UK GDP growth – the consumer – is under assault,' she said. 'We believe that there is ... Virgin Money has issued more zero rate balance transfer cards as a proportion of its total credit card lending than its rivals. The Bank of ...
Individual personal pensions fare worse than group pensions, shows researchScience DailyThe study used a sample of 14,429 individual personal pension (IPP) funds and 1,681 group personal pension (GPP) funds, offered to UK investors between 1986 and 2015. The sample included a subset of providers who offer both ... Individual investors ...
AOL UKThe most frequently damaged possessions: Are you covered?AOL UKAccidents do happen, and a new list reveals it's carpets and mobile phones that are most likely to bear the brunt, And whether that's some shades that have been sat on or a glass of wine knocked onto a light sofa it can prove costly if you need to ...
Daily MailThe seven rules of buying a 'doo-er upper' home: Renovating a property can be a challenge, but if you get it right ...Daily MailTV shows such as George Clarke's The Restoration Man give the impression that restoring a wreck is more a labour of love than savvy investment. But with the housing market in the doldrums, it's now one of the few ways to make money from property.
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Save money abroad - don't pay with your debit card: If you're jetting off, here's how to avoid being hit by hidden ... - This is Money

This is MoneySave money abroad - don't pay with your debit card: If you're jetting off, here's how to avoid being hit by hidden ...This is MoneyRachel Springall, financial expert at money data scrutineer Moneyfacts, says: 'While consumers get protection from theft when using their plastic abroad, some debit and credit cards will charge eye-watering fees each time cash is withdrawn or a ...
(22-07-2017)

Recession is looming after household debt soars as consumers borrow more to plug the gap between rising prices and ... - This is Money

This is MoneyRecession is looming after household debt soars as consumers borrow more to plug the gap between rising prices and ...This is Money'The key driver of UK GDP growth – the consumer – is under assault,' she said. 'We believe that there is ... Virgin Money has issued more zero rate balance transfer cards as a proportion of its total credit card lending than its rivals. The Bank of ...
(22-07-2017)

Individual personal pensions fare worse than group pensions, shows research - Science Daily

Individual personal pensions fare worse than group pensions, shows researchScience DailyThe study used a sample of 14,429 individual personal pension (IPP) funds and 1,681 group personal pension (GPP) funds, offered to UK investors between 1986 and 2015. The sample included a subset of providers who offer both ... Individual investors ...
(22-07-2017)

The most frequently damaged possessions: Are you covered? - AOL UK

AOL UKThe most frequently damaged possessions: Are you covered?AOL UKAccidents do happen, and a new list reveals it's carpets and mobile phones that are most likely to bear the brunt, And whether that's some shades that have been sat on or a glass of wine knocked onto a light sofa it can prove costly if you need to ...
(22-07-2017)

The seven rules of buying a 'doo-er upper' home: Renovating a property can be a challenge, but if you get it right ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailThe seven rules of buying a 'doo-er upper' home: Renovating a property can be a challenge, but if you get it right ...Daily MailTV shows such as George Clarke's The Restoration Man give the impression that restoring a wreck is more a labour of love than savvy investment. But with the housing market in the doldrums, it's now one of the few ways to make money from property.
(22-07-2017)

The buy-to-let stampede begins: 'How best to sell my 37 properties?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe buy-to-let stampede begins: 'How best to sell my 37 properties?'Telegraph.co.ukRental income totals £19,400 per month before mortgage interest and other costs, so his portfolio is highly profitable. Even so, he lives on a relatively modest £45,000 per year, splitting his time between Britain and Australia. He and his partner ...
(22-07-2017)

State pension delay means millions must wait to get their private pensions too - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukState pension delay means millions must wait to get their private pensions tooTelegraph.co.uk“From then on, the minimum pension age would remain 10 years below state pension age.” If that comes to pass I could expect to access my personal or work pension money from age 58, rather than 55. This is worth understanding fully, as the freedoms are ...and more »
(22-07-2017)

State pension delay means millions must wait to get their private ... - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukState pension delay means millions must wait to get their private ...Telegraph.co.ukNews on Wednesday that a cohort of almost six million people – those in their 40s, and they include me – would have to wait longer for their pensions caused ...and more »
(22-07-2017)

'I lost £35000 in a gold investment scam - and then got it back' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'I lost £35000 in a gold investment scam - and then got it back'Telegraph.co.uk“I have lost money in the past and so I was wary and had my doubts,” said Mr Jeffrey. As an extra layer of protection he decided to invest the money via a credit card: making multiple payments and clearing the card balance from his banked savings.
(22-07-2017)

Why you should never pay in pounds while on holiday abroad - Somerset Live

Somerset LiveWhy you should never pay in pounds while on holiday abroadSomerset LiveAccording to research carried out by Fairfix, holidaymakers are also being hit in the pocket to the tune of £190 million for withdrawing cash. The average ATM fee is 2.9% for debit cards and up to 4.9% on credit. Money Saving Expert's Guy Anker has ...
(22-07-2017)

Rising marriage and divorce rates amongst retirees sparks pension warning - Moneywise Magazine

Moneywise MagazineRising marriage and divorce rates amongst retirees sparks pension warningMoneywise MagazineWhen information is out of date, a pension scheme's trustees will explore who the money should be paid to by contacting family after a death and by looking at the will – however this can be a lengthy process and their decisions about the right home for ...
(21-07-2017)

No more cheeky credit card fees - The Times

No more cheeky credit card feesThe TimesNew rules will ban all credit card fees next year, the government announced this week. Times Money has long been campaigning for fairer credit card fees. Our Troubleshooter column in February heard from a man who had been charged more than £90 (2.5 ...
(21-07-2017)

Buy-to-let rules are putting the squeeze on large landlords - The Times

Buy-to-let rules are putting the squeeze on large landlordsThe TimesLenders have some scope for interpreting the PRA's rules, but they are expected to ask to see a landlord's full portfolio, including outstanding mortgages. Previously, they would assess a new mortgage in isolation and assume the other properties were ...and more »
(21-07-2017)

Fix your mortgage before rates rise - The Times

Fix your mortgage before rates riseThe TimesBritish householders face £3.4 billion in extra interest payments a year if the Bank of England raises the base rate, experts warn. Research for The Times by Moore Stephens, the accountants, reveals that there are £591 billion of floating mortgages ...
(21-07-2017)

UK court blocks £14bn class action case against MasterCard - The Guardian

The GuardianUK court blocks £14bn class action case against MasterCardThe GuardianThe case centred on so-called interchange fees, the charges levied by credit and debit card companies such as MasterCard on merchants' banks, which card companies say cover the costs of operating card services, security and innovation. It alleged these ...MasterCard faces £19bn lawsuit over claims it ripped off shoppersThe Independentall 39 news articles »
(21-07-2017)
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