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The IndependentVote Leave accused of 'con' competition that lures voters to hand over personal dataThe IndependentThe “50 million” competition asks people to hand over their personal details in exchange for a chance to win £50 million – if they guess the correct result of every match in the Euro 2016 tournament. ... the British rebate and also does not take into ...and more »
Financial Times'We're struggling to get by on £200000 a year'Financial TimesLow-income families across the UK will find it hard to stomach such sentiments after six years of public spending reductions and cuts to benefits, alongside the effects of a slow economic recovery. Incomes for the top tenth of ... “The cost of living ...
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Vote Leave accused of 'con' competition to lure voters to hand over personal data - The Independent

The IndependentVote Leave accused of 'con' competition to lure voters to hand over personal dataThe IndependentThe “50 million” competition asks people to hand over their personal details in exchange for a chance to win £50 million – if they guess the correct result of every match in the Euro 2016 tournament. ... the British rebate and also does not take into ...and more »
(27-05-2016)

Vote Leave accused of 'con' competition that lures voters to hand over personal data - The Independent

The IndependentVote Leave accused of 'con' competition that lures voters to hand over personal dataThe IndependentThe “50 million” competition asks people to hand over their personal details in exchange for a chance to win £50 million – if they guess the correct result of every match in the Euro 2016 tournament. ... the British rebate and also does not take into ...and more »
(27-05-2016)

'We're struggling to get by on £200000 a year' - Financial Times

Financial Times'We're struggling to get by on £200000 a year'Financial TimesLow-income families across the UK will find it hard to stomach such sentiments after six years of public spending reductions and cuts to benefits, alongside the effects of a slow economic recovery. Incomes for the top tenth of ... “The cost of living ...
(27-05-2016)

Unique social mortgage gives cashback to charities - Third Force News

Third Force NewsUnique social mortgage gives cashback to charitiesThird Force NewsThis is the only social mortgage of its kind in the UK, giving money back to third sector organisations which will help them deliver vital social services across Scotland. The £250 cashback to the borrower's third sector organisation is unrestricted ...
(27-05-2016)

Virgin moves in on home loans - Gold Coast Bulletin

Gold Coast BulletinVirgin moves in on home loansGold Coast BulletinVirgin Founder Sir Richard Branson started Virgin Money in Britain 30 years ago after discovering the hidden charges that bankers pocketed. “It's been a tremendous success in the UK — the main challenger bank in the UK,” Mr Branson said. “The ...and more »
(27-05-2016)

Virgin moves in on home loans - The Mercury

The MercuryVirgin moves in on home loansThe MercuryVirgin Founder Sir Richard Branson started Virgin Money in Britain 30 years ago after discovering the hidden charges that bankers pocketed. “It's been a tremendous success in the UK — the main challenger bank in the UK,” Mr Branson said. “The ...and more »
(27-05-2016)

Virgin Money home loans the start of a bigger expansion in Australia - The Cairns Post

Virgin Money home loans the start of a bigger expansion in AustraliaThe Cairns PostVirgin Founder Sir Richard Branson started Virgin Money in Britain 30 years ago after discovering the hidden charges that bankers pocketed. “It's been a tremendous success in the UK — the main challenger bank in the UK,” Mr Branson said. “The ...
(27-05-2016)

Struggling to get by in the UK on £200000 a year - Financial Times

Financial TimesStruggling to get by in the UK on £200000 a yearFinancial Times“But they shouldn't do it and neglect their own personal finances.” Parents might hope to “catch up” on pensions contributions in subsequent years as their children age, but this strategy could be undermined by the rising costs of sending a child to ...
(27-05-2016)

Concerns raised over Citizens Advice/PFS pro-bono tie-up - Money Marketing

Money MarketingConcerns raised over Citizens Advice/PFS pro-bono tie-upMoney MarketingConcerns have been raised that people using Citizens Advice and the Personal Finance Society's pro-bono initiative could be missing out on expert advice if they have a defined contribution pension. MoneyPlan is a holistic financial planning service ...
(27-05-2016)

Income investors take heart – there's still money to be made - MoneyWeek

MoneyWeekIncome investors take heart – there's still money to be madeMoneyWeekIn this week's MoneyWeek magazine, we look at how income-focused investors can make money in a world of flat-lining interest rates; Merryn talks to economist and commentator George Magnus about China; and Natalie Stanton explains how to stop rogue ...and more »
(27-05-2016)

Grab the best deal on your holiday money - AOL UK

AOL UKGrab the best deal on your holiday moneyAOL UKApply for your overseas credit card now as it usually takes a couple of weeks for you to receive your card once you have been accepted. If you're unsure whether or not you are likely to be accepted for a credit card, use the MoneySuperMarket Smart ...
(27-05-2016)

G7 leaders say Brexit would be a 'serious risk to global growth' and hurt trade, investment and jobs - This is Money

G7 leaders say Brexit would be a 'serious risk to global growth' and hurt trade, investment and jobsThis is MoneyPut together by leaders of the UK, US, Japan, Germany, France, Italy and Canada, the declaration said: 'UK exit from the EU would reverse the trend toward greater global trade, investment and the jobs they create and is a further serious risk to growth.'.and more »
(27-05-2016)

Money digest: today's need-to-know financial news - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Money digest: today's need-to-know financial newsSpectator.co.uk (blog)Thisismoney.co.uk reports that the mortgage price war has flared up again to produce the cheapest home loan on the market. Yorkshire Building Society has launched a two-year fix at just 1.14 per cent. The deal requires a 35 per cent deposit and comes ...House prices in Britain's biggest cities see double-digit growth but Brexit would trigger slowdown in sales, claims ...This is Moneyall 8 news articles »
(27-05-2016)

Treasury warns Brexit would erode state pension - FT Adviser

Financial TimesTreasury warns Brexit would erode state pensionFT AdviserRain Newton-Smith, CBI economics director, said all pension schemes benefit when funds can be invested across a stable, growing economy, to best support people in their retirement years. “Any financial market turmoil caused by a Brexit is likely to ...How will Brexit affect expats?Interactive Investorall 256 news articles »
(27-05-2016)

'Moving targets' on divorce and pension sharing orders - Money Marketing

Money Marketing'Moving targets' on divorce and pension sharing ordersMoney MarketingThose aged between 40 and 49 are now the most prolific divorcers, according to the Office of National Statistics. People of this age will be dealing with larger figures in terms of personal wealth, assets and pension savings and as such it is important ...
(27-05-2016)
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