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iNewsThe Government should keep its hands off our pensions and remove the £1m lifetime allowanceiNewsProtections have been put into place for investors with funds that transition these limits but, 11 years since its introduction, an allowance which originally affected only a small proportion of retirees is now affecting many. Since the introduction of ...
The GuardianSandbanks and Salcombe top UK seaside property leagueThe GuardianThe data from mortgage lender Halifax showed, however, that the price of a sea view still lags behind the wider UK housing market. House prices in Britain's seaside towns have jumped by a quarter over the past decade to an average of £227,000 compared ...and more »
The GuardianTax on test: do Britons pay more than most?The GuardianA comparison of personal tax rates across Europe, Australia and the US by Guardian Money reveals how average earners in Britain on salaries of £25,000, or “middle-class” individuals on £40,000, enjoy among the lowest personal tax rates of the advanced ...
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Saturday Papers: WEF warns that pensions are a global time bombCitywire.co.ukThe Daily Telegraph: The world's biggest economies are sitting on a $70 trillion (£54 trillion) pensions time bomb that will balloon to more than $400 trillion within four decades unless policymakers take urgent action, the World Economic Forum has warned.and more »
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Credit unions UK: how to open a savings account or apply for a loan - lovemoney.com

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The great annuity betrayal: Robbed of 65% of pension income... the loyal customers callously sold rip-off deals - This is Money

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More than a third of planned retirees still financially support their family to the tune of nearly £260 a month - The Independent

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Are older borrowers being punished for their age? - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

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ZipMoney wants you to cut up the credit card - The Australian

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The 4 steps that could save you £10366 when you buy a house - Mirror.co.uk

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As lenders pull back on buy-to-let, where can you get the best deals? - Telegraph.co.uk

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Fraudster who used company's credit card to buy £38k of holidays, clothes, make-up and sunglasses avoids jail as ... - The Sun

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The Sun, A News UK Company - The Sun

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More people 'may miss out on tax breaks due to rise in older cohabiting couples' - AOL UK

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Britain's biggest building society Nationwide sees profits fall despite customers opening a record number of current ... - The Sun

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The Bank of Mum and Dad is no solution to rocketing rents - Prospect

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SFO to investigate pension liberation scams - BBC News - BBC News

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