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The Times (subscription)Perks of overpaying a home loanThe Times (subscription)If you missed out on Ford Money's 4 per cent savings deals, which were withdrawn from sale this week after overwhelming demand, then you are probably particularly fed up with low savings rates. One way of earning a better return, however, could be by ...and more »
Need extra cash? A second-charge mortgage may suitThe Times (subscription)The number of people taking out a second mortgage on their home to get some extra cash has jumped to the highest level since 2008. New data shows that £93 million in loans was taken out by homeowners in March through second-charge mortgages.
Daily MailThink tank warns of 'dishonest' Labour tax plansDaily MailCorporation tax rises could reduce the value of private pension pots. ... A spokesman for the think tank said: 'Labour would not raise as much money as they claim even in the short run, let alone the long run. ... The Tory commitment to get net ...Your guide to how the IFS dismantled the two parties' plansPolitics.co.ukParty manifestos branded 'not really honest'FT Adviserall 71 news articles »
Mirror.co.ukTravelex has scrapped its Supercard and you WON'T be able to use it this summer - 5 alternative travel money cards ...Mirror.co.ukTravelex's Supercard has proven to be a firm favourite for customers travelling overseas over the past couple of years, thanks to its no credit check arrangement, no added fees, and the ability to link your debit and credit cards to the account through ...
Financial TimesUK companies pay staff less as they plug pension deficits, says studyFinancial TimesCompanies in the UK have held down staff wages as they plug pension deficits, including those of lower-paid workers excluded from the schemes, according to new research, writes Gemma Tetlow. An average 10 per cent of the money that has been paid into ...
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