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This is MoneyWhat is 'contracting out' and why have savers ended up with less state pension years later?This is MoneyLooking at those old reports, GAD was underestimating investment returns from when you put in your money up to pension age, but overestimating the yield from UK Government bonds, known as gilts, which has been hit by quantitative easing since the ...and more »
Mirror.co.ukHalf of Brits don't understand how credit cards work - despite carrying over £1.5trillion on plasticMirror.co.ukBut worryingly, over two thirds of credit card holders say they don't know how their cards work - with thousands unaware of their monthly spending and 10% oblivious to how much interest they're paying, despite living the red, according to MoneySupermarket.and more »
Huffington Post UKWhy I Gave Up My Debit Card And Haven't Looked BackHuffington Post UKOscar Williams Technology reporter, The Huffington Post UK. Monzo. Nearly a year ago, the FT ran a feature about the financial woes of the millennial generation. It was pushed out to Twitter in a now infamous tweet: “OMG! 25-year-olds should be saving ...
AOL Money UKSix million have been victims of financial fraudAOL Money UKCheck credit card and bank statements on a regular basis and look out for unusual or unauthorised transactions. Contact your provider immediately if you suspect fraud. It's also important to make a note of when you should be receiving a new payment card.Nearly six million Brits have been a victim of financial fraudThe Money Pagesall 2 news articles »
The SunMartin Lewis warns you could be losing out on £800 a year by turning down a pay rise without realising itThe SunA percentage of your pay packet is deducted every month and put towards your own personal private pension, and your employer must also put a percentage of money into your pension – on top of your salary. By not opting into the pension scheme, you're ...
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What is 'contracting out' and why have savers ended up with less state pension years later? - This is Money

This is MoneyWhat is 'contracting out' and why have savers ended up with less state pension years later?This is MoneyLooking at those old reports, GAD was underestimating investment returns from when you put in your money up to pension age, but overestimating the yield from UK Government bonds, known as gilts, which has been hit by quantitative easing since the ...and more »
(17-01-2017)

Half of Brits don't understand how credit cards work - despite carrying over £1.5trillion on plastic - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHalf of Brits don't understand how credit cards work - despite carrying over £1.5trillion on plasticMirror.co.ukBut worryingly, over two thirds of credit card holders say they don't know how their cards work - with thousands unaware of their monthly spending and 10% oblivious to how much interest they're paying, despite living the red, according to MoneySupermarket.and more »
(17-01-2017)

Why I Gave Up My Debit Card And Haven't Looked Back - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKWhy I Gave Up My Debit Card And Haven't Looked BackHuffington Post UKOscar Williams Technology reporter, The Huffington Post UK. Monzo. Nearly a year ago, the FT ran a feature about the financial woes of the millennial generation. It was pushed out to Twitter in a now infamous tweet: “OMG! 25-year-olds should be saving ...
(16-01-2017)

Six million have been victims of financial fraud - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKSix million have been victims of financial fraudAOL Money UKCheck credit card and bank statements on a regular basis and look out for unusual or unauthorised transactions. Contact your provider immediately if you suspect fraud. It's also important to make a note of when you should be receiving a new payment card.Nearly six million Brits have been a victim of financial fraudThe Money Pagesall 2 news articles »
(16-01-2017)

Martin Lewis warns you could be losing out on £800 a year by turning down a pay rise without realising it - The Sun

The SunMartin Lewis warns you could be losing out on £800 a year by turning down a pay rise without realising itThe SunA percentage of your pay packet is deducted every month and put towards your own personal private pension, and your employer must also put a percentage of money into your pension – on top of your salary. By not opting into the pension scheme, you're ...
(16-01-2017)

Commuter hit by Southern Rail chaos wins £2,400 back from his ... - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukCommuter hit by Southern Rail chaos wins £2,400 back from his ...Telegraph.co.ukA disgruntled train passenger living on the Southern train route has managed to claim a £2400 refund from his credit card company by citing a little-known ...Commuter wins payout from credit card firm over Southern Rail 'non-delivery of service' - and it could pave the way ...Evening StandardCredit card refund offers hope for rail commuters | News | The Times ...The Times (subscription)Fed up Southern Rail passenger gets a £2400 refundDaily Mailall 6 news articles »
(16-01-2017)

Commuter hit by Southern Rail chaos wins £2400 back from his credit card provider: could you get a refund? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukCommuter hit by Southern Rail chaos wins £2400 back from his credit card provider: could you get a refund?Telegraph.co.ukA disgruntled train passenger living on the Southern train route has managed to claim a £2,400 refund from his credit card company by citing a little-known clause in the Consumer Credit Act. The payout could trigger a flood of ... paid for tickets with ...Credit card refund offers hope for rail commutersThe Times (subscription)all 4 news articles »
(16-01-2017)

Blue Monday deals to help cheer you up on the most depressing day of the year - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBlue Monday deals to help cheer you up on the most depressing day of the yearMirror.co.uk... doom and gloom, we've found some deals and freebie offers that we guarantee will put a smile on your face - whether you want to book that amazing holiday without breaking the bank, or have a cosy night in with a tasty feast without feeling guilty ...Blue Monday 2017 could be bluest ever, says expert behind equationTelegraph.co.ukall 56 news articles »
(16-01-2017)

How BoS rushed borrowers on shared appreciation mortgages - This is Money

This is MoneyHow BoS rushed borrowers on shared appreciation mortgagesThis is MoneyBoth Bank of Scotland and Barclays were responsible for selling and administering shared appreciation mortgages, but the loans were funded by money given to them by an outside investor - SBC Warburg, an investment bank since taken over by UBS.and more »
(16-01-2017)

How BoS rushed borrowers on shared appreciation mortgages ... - This is Money

This is MoneyHow BoS rushed borrowers on shared appreciation mortgages ...This is MoneyDetails of how Bank of Scotland hurried older borrowers into expensive mortgages where their debt rose with house prices have been revealed by our ...and more »
(16-01-2017)

Revealed: How Bank of Scotland rushed older borrowers into controversial mortgages that have left them trapped in ... - This is Money

This is MoneyRevealed: How Bank of Scotland rushed older borrowers into controversial mortgages that have left them trapped in ...This is MoneyThe more of these so-called SAMs were sold, the more money Bank of Scotland made in fees. Meanwhile, the bank's customers were being rushed into major financial decisions in time frames way out of kilter with the treatment of ordinary mortgage ...and more »
(16-01-2017)

State summaries: Two-thirds of states face budget challenges - Daily Mail

State summaries: Two-thirds of states face budget challengesDaily MailAlabama is not expecting a budget shortfall at the moment, but there is more uncertainty surrounding the next fiscal year in a state that regularly lurches from one budget crisis to another. Many lawmakers expect to have trouble putting together a ...and more »
(16-01-2017)

Commuter hit by Southern Rail chaos wins £3k back from his credit card provider: could you get a refund? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukCommuter hit by Southern Rail chaos wins £3k back from his credit card provider: could you get a refund?Telegraph.co.ukA disgruntled train passenger living on the Southern train route has managed to claim a £3,000 refund from his credit card company by citing a little-known clause in the Consumer Credit Act. The payout could trigger a flood of similar claims from ...and more »
(16-01-2017)

Play your cards right with fuel purchases - Startups.co.uk

Startups.co.ukPlay your cards right with fuel purchasesStartups.co.ukFestive staff parties and client gift purchases may have maxed out the company credit card and sent it into hibernation, but there are some cards you should now embrace, to drive your business forward. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), has one ...
(16-01-2017)

How to make sure you're in shape to get the best mortgage you possibly can - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHow to make sure you're in shape to get the best mortgage you possibly canMirror.co.uk... living on the edge just a tiny step away from financial disaster. “It's in nobody's interest to go back to the bad old days where money was made available too easily and without enough questions being asked," said Andrew Hagger from Moneycomms.co.uk.and more »
(16-01-2017)
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