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AOL Money UKThe minimum repayment mistake costing you moneyAOL Money UKAre you one of the 1.6 million people in the UK who are getting charged for repeatedly making the minimum repayments on credit cards? Doing this might be the cheapest way to avoid charges, but it'll end up costing you much more in the long term. When ...
BloombergBrexit to Weaken U.K. Housing in Near-Term, Nationwide SaysBloombergU.K. housing has also softened since the start of the year, when demand was boosted by buyers trying to beat a tax change and save money on purchases. Gardner said that determining how much of any fall-back in activity is the result of the tax changes ...House price average passes record Â£205000, says NationwideAOL Money UKall 22 news articles »
Yahoo Finance UKThe Hidden Charge That Costs British Holidaymakers £380M A YearYahoo Finance UKDebit and credit cards are a good back up for travel money but if you want to guarantee your rate, use a prepaid currency card which locks in your exchange rate when you buy. If you're using a prepaid currency card loaded with pounds, similarly always ...Mintel report shows Brits pay £380m a year in hidden fees for using cards abroadDaily Mailall 2 news articles »
Spectator.co.ukWhy Sir Philip Green should keep his knighthoodSpectator.co.ukThe Cabinet Office has confirmed that Sir Philip Green's knighthood is under investigation because of his part in the destruction of BHS, which is costing 11,000 people their jobs and threatening to reduce the pensions of 20,000 others. The Honours ...and more »
Spectator.co.ukRough justice, but MPs have got Sir Philip 'Shifty' Green bang to rightsSpectator.co.ukBut you will probably agree with the MPs that his sale of the store chain to a consortium led by former bankrupt Dominic Chappell, who had no money or retail experience behind him, was a cynical outrage. The deal seems to ... But still the MPs' report ...and more »