The material on this website is for information only
and is not intended as any recommendation or endorsement of any products or companies mentioned. We are not licensed by the FSA to give financial advice, and none of the material on this website constitutes or is intended to constitute financial ...
News
The GuardianAutumn budget 2017: a sneak peak inside the chancellor's red box …The GuardianDon't expect much in the way of fireworks when the chancellor reveals his second budget on Wednesday lunchtime. Philip Hammond's hands are manacled by Brexit uncertainty, public finances remain tight, and the outlook is worsening as forecasts for ...Budget 2017 preparations: What it might mean for your personal financesThe IndependentSo what could be in the Budget?This is MoneyHammond expected to 'attack higher earners by stealth'Telegraph.co.ukThe Sun -Financial Times -Interactive Investorall 165 news articles »
The GuardianAutumn budget 2017: a sneak peek inside the chancellor's red box …The GuardianDon't expect much in the way of fireworks when the chancellor reveals his second budget on Wednesday lunchtime. Philip Hammond's hands are manacled by Brexit uncertainty, public finances remain tight, and the outlook is worsening as forecasts for ...Hammond expected to 'attack higher earners by stealth'Telegraph.co.ukBudget 2017 - things to watch out forMoney ObserverWhat does the chancellor have in his sights?The TimesCapital.com -Interactive Investorall 668 news articles »
Daily MailOnly three in 100 UK towns are building enough houses to keep up with rapid rising rate of British populationDaily MailOnly three in 100 UK towns are building enough houses to keep up with rapid rising rate of British population. Only Blackburn, Scarborough and Blackpool built ... 'I would like to see the Government encourage pension funds to invest in new homes ...
The TimesThe mortgage that will stay with you for ever | Money | The Times ...The TimesNationwide has become the first high-street lender to offer a lifetime mortgage, which does not have to be repaid until you die or go into long-term care. The l.and more »
The TimesThe mortgage that will stay with you for everThe TimesNationwide has become the first high-street lender to offer a lifetime mortgage, which does not have to be repaid until you die or go into long-term care. The loan, available to people aged between 55 and 84 at interest rates from 3.8 per cent to 4.8 ...and more »
Have you met...
Latest Members:


amazingz


MasonFoster


roknmesaleia


meshmesha


John


kuda321


samumba

 
News > Latest News

... ()
click for full story
< previous page 1 ... 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ... 1071 next page >

Virgin Money, based in Newcastle, hopes digital bank and small business lending drive will bolster deposits and ... - The Northern Echo

The Northern EchoVirgin Money, based in Newcastle, hopes digital bank and small business lending drive will bolster deposits and ...The Northern EchoA CHALLENGER bank is making a fresh push to target the established elite in a £10bn double market move. Virgin Money has confirmed the launch of a digital bank with a savings account for small and medium-sized firms (SME) founded to complement the ...and more »
(16-11-2017)

Insurance Cares: BSI launches code to protect the vulnerable from financial abuse - Insurance Age

Insurance AgeInsurance Cares: BSI launches code to protect the vulnerable from financial abuseInsurance AgeFinancial abuse is the criminal act of controlling a person's property, money, pension book or other valuables intended to result in the financial or personal gain of the abuser. It is typically carried out by people in a position of trust, such as ...Financial sector given new code on abuseFT Adviserall 2 news articles »
(16-11-2017)

Virgin Money shares fall 5 percent on revised mortgage guidance - Reuters

ReutersVirgin Money shares fall 5 percent on revised mortgage guidanceReutersThe lender said its net interest margin, a key profitability metric that measures the gap between what it pays depositors and charges borrowers, would shrink to between 1.65 and 1.7 percent in 2018 due to lower rates on new mortgages. Virgin Money ...
(16-11-2017)

ASK TONY: Axa turned down my claim on travel cover because I had suffered from backache - This is Money

This is MoneyASK TONY: Axa turned down my claim on travel cover because I had suffered from backacheThis is MoneyWhile you were pleased to receive your money, you were none too happy with the churlish fashion in which Axa coughed up. You said there was no sign of a proper apology in the letter. You sent me a copy ... agency for a payment of £13.79, which it ...and more »
(16-11-2017)

Financial sector given new code on abuse - FT Adviser

FT AdviserFinancial sector given new code on abuseFT AdviserIn 2016, there were over 1.85 million cases of financial fraud in the UK, with losses across payment cards, remote banking and cheques totalling £768.8m, an increase of 2 per cent on the previous year. However it is thought only a fraction of all fraud ...and more »
(16-11-2017)

Home Capital's shares fall as mortgage originations drop 85 pct - Business Insider

Home Capital's shares fall as mortgage originations drop 85 pctBusiness InsiderThe expensive bridge financing provided by HOOPP affected the company's ability to originate new mortgages since it could not afford to lend money at lower rates than its cost of borrowing. Home Capital said in a statement on Tuesday the process of ...and more »
(16-11-2017)

MARKET REPORT: BP starts buying back its shares as profits double, but their value slumps 1.6% as outlook for oil ... - This is Money

This is MoneyMARKET REPORT: BP starts buying back its shares as profits double, but their value slumps 1.6% as outlook for oil ...This is MoneyIts tie-up with 9mobile in Nigeria will enable customers to pay for their media, games and apps through Google Play, without having a credit card or bank account. The country is the biggest user of mobile internet services in Africa. Shares in the AIM ...
(15-11-2017)

Follow our tips on how to beat the mortgage rate rise to manage your monthly payments — plus find out how to win ... - The Sun

The SunFollow our tips on how to beat the mortgage rate rise to manage your monthly payments — plus find out how to win ...The SunOverpay your mortgage. If you can afford it, overpaying even a little each month pays off your mortgage faster and saves you a lot of money in the long run. There are limits on how much you can overpay and there may also be charges, so check with your ...
(15-11-2017)

Home Capital's shares fall as mortgage originations drop 85 pct ... - Business Insider

Home Capital's shares fall as mortgage originations drop 85 pct ...Business InsiderNov 15 (Reuters) - Shares of Canadian lender Home Capital Group fell more than 7 percent in early trading, a day after the company posted an 85 percent drop ...and more »
(15-11-2017)

Editor's comment: How Budget 2017 could impact your pension - Money Observer

Financial TimesEditor's comment: How Budget 2017 could impact your pensionMoney ObserverMoreover, says Cameron, recent research by Aegon into the vexed question of how long-term care should be funded for/by elderly people revealed that the most popular choice for making personal provision in advance, cited by more than 40 per cent of ...Will Budget be a Pret sandwich short of a picnic?Financial Timesall 99 news articles »
(15-11-2017)

Britain's obsession with home ownership is putting people's pension savings at risk to the tune of 15% a year - This is Money

This is MoneyBritain's obsession with home ownership is putting people's pension savings at risk to the tune of 15% a yearThis is MoneyWhile an individual's personal and retirement prospects can be impacted by the country's 'over-reliance' on housing an an investment, so too can the broader economy, the research suggests. The figures reveal that the UK has the lowest rate of business ...
(15-11-2017)

Jersey: Starting Point Employment Law Guide: Jersey Pensions - Mondaq News Alerts

Jersey: Starting Point Employment Law Guide: Jersey PensionsMondaq News AlertsHowever, many such schemes have been closed to new members over recent years due to their costs for employers who have become unwilling to contribute the funds required to enable the schemes to pay such pensions in full when they fall due ...
(15-11-2017)

Lessons From Across the Pond: Defined Contribution Retirement Plans in the US and the UK - Lexology

Lessons From Across the Pond: Defined Contribution Retirement Plans in the US and the UKLexologyIn the UK, the most common forms of employer-sponsored defined contribution plans are occupational defined contribution pension plans, group personal pension plans, and master trusts. Like in the US, amounts held in these plans are tax-favored, the ...
(15-11-2017)

New UK Visa card lets you spend Bitcoin like normal money - Engadget

EngadgetNew UK Visa card lets you spend Bitcoin like normal moneyEngadgetWith Bitcoin trading at all time high, investors are working out whether it's best to sit on their stockpile or make the most of it while they can. For those wishing to utilise their investment, opportunities can be limited, with only a small number of ...A London startup is launching a debit card that lets you spend bitcoin and ethereumBusiness Insider UKall 16 news articles »
(15-11-2017)

Would you use equity release cash for a holiday? - moneyfacts.co.uk

Would you use equity release cash for a holiday?moneyfacts.co.ukThe research found that nearly half of equity release customers (45%) still owed money on their mortgage between July and September, with an average balance of £85,119 still needing to be repaid. Another 24% owed money on credit cards and 23% still ...and more »
(15-11-2017)
Advertise with us  |  Privacy  |  Terms & Copyright                                                                                     Website maintained by USP Networks