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Sharp rise in first-time buyers taking mortgages lasting at least 30 years - The Guardian

Sharp rise in first-time buyers taking mortgages lasting at least 30 yearsThe GuardianThe traditional 25-year mortgage could be on the way out, with growing numbers of first-time buyers opting for deals lasting 30 or 35 years – suggesting that many will still be burdened with home loan debt in their 60s and 70s. The Halifax said that in ...and more »
(13-01-2017)

'A substantial step forward': How FSCS bills could fall by over 60% - Money Marketing

Money Marketing'A substantial step forward': How FSCS bills could fall by over 60%Money MarketingHannant adds any reduction in adviser contributions would be offset against other potential proposals, for example, extending pension compensation limits and possible changes to professional indemnity insurance. Personal Finance Society chief executive ...and more »
(13-01-2017)

FSCS funding fight: Will any of the options work for advisers? - Money Marketing

Money MarketingFSCS funding fight: Will any of the options work for advisers?Money MarketingHannant adds any reduction in adviser contributions would be offset against other potential proposals, for example, extending pension compensation limits and possible changes to professional indemnity insurance. Personal Finance Society chief executive ...
(13-01-2017)

If Jeremy Corbyn is looking for big radical ideas, here's one that could work - The Guardian

If Jeremy Corbyn is looking for big radical ideas, here's one that could workThe GuardianTheir muddled take on Brexit has simply highlighted their muddledness across the piece. So, in polls, there are no end of falling Labour figures, and personal approval ratings that almost defy belief. When I am out reporting, what strikes me is the way ...and more »
(13-01-2017)

Netflix customers scammed for credit card details - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKNetflix customers scammed for credit card detailsAOL Money UKNetflix customers are being warned to be on their guard against a new scam that's aimed at stealing personal information. Users of the service are receiving email notifications asking them to update their membership by clicking on a link that takes ...Credit Card Data and Other Information Targeted in Netflix Phishing Campaign « Threat Research Blog | FireEye IncFireEyeHow can I keep my Netflix account secure? - Netflix Help CenterNetflix Help Centerall 47 news articles »
(12-01-2017)

Advisers braced for financial help - Farnham Herald

Advisers braced for financial helpFarnham HeraldIssues people are more likely to investigate in January than the rest of the year ahead include workplace, personal and state pensions, ways to save money, investments, joint bank accounts, and vehicle insurance. As well as going online, people ...and more »
(12-01-2017)

Homeowners underestimate remortgaging savings - Mortgages ... - moneyfacts.co.uk

Homeowners underestimate remortgaging savings - Mortgages ...moneyfacts.co.ukRemortgaging has been enjoying a surge in popularity in recent months, and considering how much you could save, it's a no-brainer! Unfortunately, many fail to ...The rush to remortgage is set to continue, says TSB - What MortgageWhat Mortgageall 2 news articles »
(12-01-2017)

Mortgage rates at fresh lows – but it may not last - moneyfacts.co.uk

Mortgage rates at fresh lows – but it may not lastmoneyfacts.co.ukThe figures, taken from our latest UK Mortgage Trends report, show that the average two-year fixed mortgage rate fell by 0.03% this month, which means it now stands at a new record low of 2.31%. But everything may not be as it seems, particularly if ...and more »
(12-01-2017)

Homeowners underestimate remortgaging savings - moneyfacts.co.uk

Homeowners underestimate remortgaging savingsmoneyfacts.co.ukRemortgaging has been enjoying a surge in popularity in recent months, thanks in no small part to mortgage rates being at record lows. However, given the signs of rate rises to come, it's becoming even more pressing to take the plunge – and considering ...
(12-01-2017)

One in four people performing poorly at work due to money worries - The C Suite

One in four people performing poorly at work due to money worriesThe C SuiteA quarter of people are suffering with money problems so substantial that it is affecting their ability to do their job, according to a new survey of more than 1,800 UK employees. The number reporting problems rises to a nearly a third (31%) among 18 ...and more »
(12-01-2017)

Mortgage rates fall to fresh lows – but it may not - moneyfacts.co.uk

Mortgage rates fall to fresh lows – but it may notmoneyfacts.co.ukThe figures, taken from our latest UK Mortgage Trends report, show that the average two-year fixed mortgage rate fell by 0.03% this month, which means it now stands at a new record low of 2.31%. But everything may not be as it seems, particularly if ...and more »
(12-01-2017)

Britain is back in love with credit cards, plus fighting sexist retail surcharges - The Guardian

Britain is back in love with credit cards, plus fighting sexist retail surchargesThe GuardianSave 10% on Guardian travel Insurance, provided by Voyager – use the code WIN10 before 31 January 2017 to claim your discount. Get competitive exchange rates and free online transfers when you send money overseas with the Guardian money transfers ...
(12-01-2017)

Is Barratt Developments plc's 7% profit growth a red herring? - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKIs Barratt Developments plc's 7% profit growth a red herring?AOL Money UKThe performance of the UK economy could suffer significantly as a result of Brexit, which could reduce demand for houses. It could also mean that mortgage availability is somewhat restricted. Already in 2017, buy-to-let mortgages have become more ...and more »
(12-01-2017)

Extending Dry January could help you pay off your mortgage 10 years early - The Money Pages

The Money PagesExtending Dry January could help you pay off your mortgage 10 years earlyThe Money PagesThe benefits of cutting out cigarettes and alcohol could not just benefit your health, the money saved could instead contribute to helping you climb the property ladder. If the average person in the UK abstained from alcohol and cigarettes they could ...
(12-01-2017)

Advisers back calls for standalone equity release qualification - Money Marketing

Advisers back calls for standalone equity release qualificationMoney Marketing... of Personal Finance Society and Society of Mortgage Professionals members support the idea of a standalone equity release qualification to enable pensions and investment advisers to sell the products without having to be fully-qualified mortgage ...and more »
(12-01-2017)
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