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Barclaycard launches new credit card for travellers wanting to cut those holiday billsThis is MoneyBarclaycard launches new credit card for travellers wanting to cut those holiday bills. By Ruth Lythe for the Daily Mail ... Unlike most credit cards, which charge an extra fee for spending in shops and withdrawing cash, the new Platinum travel card ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukRBS to pay $1.1bn to settle mortgage-backed securities lawsuitsTelegraph.co.ukThe state-backed lender said the credit union settlement will be largely covered by money it has already set aside and wouldn't damage its capital position. The two lawsuits were brought by the National Credit Union Administration Board, which ...and more »
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Five decades that changed personal finance for ever: When Money Mail began, wages were paid in cash on Fridays ...This is MoneyAn added bonus is that money paid in is topped up by the Government in tax relief. This means every £1 paid into a pension will cost a basic-rate taxpayer just 80p. You can pay in a maximum of £3,600 a year into a stakeholder pension on behalf of a ...
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Barclaycard launches new credit card for travellers wanting to cut those holiday bills - This is Money

Barclaycard launches new credit card for travellers wanting to cut those holiday billsThis is MoneyBarclaycard launches new credit card for travellers wanting to cut those holiday bills. By Ruth Lythe for the Daily Mail ... Unlike most credit cards, which charge an extra fee for spending in shops and withdrawing cash, the new Platinum travel card ...and more »
(27-09-2016)

RBS to pay $1.1bn to settle mortgage-backed securities lawsuits - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukRBS to pay $1.1bn to settle mortgage-backed securities lawsuitsTelegraph.co.ukThe state-backed lender said the credit union settlement will be largely covered by money it has already set aside and wouldn't damage its capital position. The two lawsuits were brought by the National Credit Union Administration Board, which ...and more »
(27-09-2016)

VICTORY: How our campaigns changed Britain... and saved you thousands - This is Money

VICTORY: How our campaigns changed Britain... and saved you thousandsThis is MoneyToday, spouses can apply to the court for a share of any company or personal pension. Typically, a lump ... But you can also tell us by writing to moneymail@dailymail.co.uk or Money Mail, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London, W8 5TT. To ...and more »
(27-09-2016)

Five decades that changed personal finance for ever: When Money Mail began, wages were paid in cash on Fridays ... - This is Money

Five decades that changed personal finance for ever: When Money Mail began, wages were paid in cash on Fridays ...This is MoneyAn added bonus is that money paid in is topped up by the Government in tax relief. This means every £1 paid into a pension will cost a basic-rate taxpayer just 80p. You can pay in a maximum of £3,600 a year into a stakeholder pension on behalf of a ...
(27-09-2016)

Pension savers being hit by £2bn of unnecessary fees - Actuarial Post - Actuarial Post

Pension savers being hit by £2bn of unnecessary fees - Actuarial PostActuarial PostHard-working savers caught in 'the financial advice gap' are paying over £2bn in unnecessary pensions management charges each year. Profile Financial, the ...and more »
(27-09-2016)

Pension savers being hit by £2bn of unnecessary fees - Actuarial Post

Pension savers being hit by £2bn of unnecessary feesActuarial PostProfile Financial, the UK's leading Independent Pension Professionals, is today launching a report** that shines a light on the UK's lazy pension pots. • Over £180bn* of personal pensions are languishing ... “Some savers with the oldest pensions are at ...and more »
(27-09-2016)

Post Office launches seven-year fix - Mortgage Strategy

Mortgage StrategyPost Office launches seven-year fixMortgage StrategyPost Office Money Mortgages is launching a range of loans, including its first seven-year fixed rate. The seven-year mortgage is fixed at 2.59 per cent at 75 per cent LTV. It has early repayment charges of 4 per cent until 30 November 2020, 3 per cent ...
(27-09-2016)

Claire Liddle stole over £130000 from footballers and millionaires by offering to organise holidays - Daily Mail

Mirror.co.ukClaire Liddle stole over £130000 from footballers and millionaires by offering to organise holidaysDaily MailA bogus 'lifestyle guru' stole tens of thousands from Premiership footballers and millionaire businessmen before splurging the money on alcohol and a Rolex watch. Claire Liddle, 41, conned wealthy clients out of more than £130,000 by offering to ...Bogus lifestyle guru stole £130000 from Premier League footballers Peter Odemwingie and Andre WisdomMirror.co.ukall 2 news articles »
(27-09-2016)

Martin Lewis warns THOUSANDS could miss out on Lowcostholidays refunds as deadline looms - The Sun

The SunMartin Lewis warns THOUSANDS could miss out on Lowcostholidays refunds as deadline loomsThe SunLowcostholidays didn't have an Air Travel Organiser's Licence (ATOL) – which protects package holidaymakers in the UK when firms go out of business – because in 2013 it moved its business to Spain. Initially, customers who booked both a flight and ...
(27-09-2016)

Property funds, equity release, debt and pensions - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Property funds, equity release, debt and pensionsSpectator.co.uk (blog)The announcement that its UK Real Estate Fund and associated feeder funds would be reopened on October 17 is regarded as an important move as it was the first fund to suspend trading after the Brexit vote. It was one of several funds to apply discounts ...
(27-09-2016)

Why the UK's plastic fiver will be its last new note - Techworld.com

Techworld.comWhy the UK's plastic fiver will be its last new noteTechworld.comNow that two weeks have passed, and the immediate (and eccentric) reaction has subsided, the introduction of a new form of cash currency prompts the question: will this be the UK's last new note? Instead of focusing on the ... Companies like GoCardless ...
(27-09-2016)

Pension Industry works on new Workplace Pensions Initiative - Actuarial Post

Pension Industry works on new Workplace Pensions InitiativeActuarial PostIndependent Governance Committees (IGCs), in conjunction with their UK workplace pension providers, are collaborating in an important new initiative to ...and more »
(27-09-2016)

Mattioli Woods boss says UK economy is robust enough to enable Brexit to happen - Leicester Mercury

Leicester MercuryMattioli Woods boss says UK economy is robust enough to enable Brexit to happenLeicester MercuryIt provides pension administration and trustee services to more than 1,500 self-invested personal pension and small self-administered scheme clients, with more than £400 million of assets under administration. Last year it made a profit before tax of ...
(27-09-2016)

SEBI working on more distribution channels for MFs: UK Sinha at AMFI AGM - Economic Times

SEBI working on more distribution channels for MFs: UK Sinha at AMFI AGMEconomic TimesFor starters, ET MONEY makes it easy to find the best performing funds through auto-created themes. These themes are based on specific goals (for example tax saving) & are created by analyzing performance of more than 5,000+ mutual funds over the last ...and more »
(27-09-2016)

Mortgage approvals fall by 20% in a year as buy-to-let hangover and Brexit weigh on property market confidence - This is Money

Mortgage approvals fall by 20% in a year as buy-to-let hangover and Brexit weigh on property market confidenceThis is MoneyHowever, big discrepancies in affordability across the UK means mortgage lending has not been uniform across the UK, according to separate data by the Council of Mortgage Lenders. The number of loans to first-time buyer increased in Scotland by 39 per ...
(26-09-2016)
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