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Herald ScotlandAmber alert sounded over sliding interest ratesHerald ScotlandTaxpayer-owned Royal Bank of Scotland last week fired a warning shot, by telling its business customers that if interest rates go below zero, and become negative, the bank cannot guarantee that it won't have to charge interest for accepting money ...and more »
Express.co.ukYour Money: five-minute guide to making the best use of YOUR cardExpress.co.ukThe total burden of credit card debt grew two per cent over the last year to a massive £41.9billion. Card issuers have fuelled the splurge with super-generous introductory rates that come with a costly sting in the tail. Virgin Money offers a market ...and more »
The GuardianBanks need to tackle web fraudThe GuardianWe may be only seeing a tiny snapshot of the true picture of fraud across the UK, but we are bewildered as to why Barclays seems to feature so frequently. They say they are fighting as hard as .... They sometimes may pretend to be stricter with ...and more »
The GuardianFrom solicitors to scientists: how the 2008 recession continues to affect wagesThe GuardianMy personal experience, and that of my partner, is that the more I progress in my career, the less money I am paid. .... As a Reward Director I fear that given that the majority of our potential new trading partners are in the developing world where ...
Telegraph.co.ukNegative interest rates: necessary evil or symbol of greed?Telegraph.co.ukEven then, some parts of the business would benefit – Barclaycard, for instance, would benefit modestly as the fall in funding costs would be greater than any fall in credit card interest rates. Britain's banking chiefs are adamant they will do all ...and more »
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Amber alert sounded over sliding interest rates - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandAmber alert sounded over sliding interest ratesHerald ScotlandTaxpayer-owned Royal Bank of Scotland last week fired a warning shot, by telling its business customers that if interest rates go below zero, and become negative, the bank cannot guarantee that it won't have to charge interest for accepting money ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

Your Money: five-minute guide to making the best use of YOUR card - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukYour Money: five-minute guide to making the best use of YOUR cardExpress.co.ukThe total burden of credit card debt grew two per cent over the last year to a massive £41.9billion. Card issuers have fuelled the splurge with super-generous introductory rates that come with a costly sting in the tail. Virgin Money offers a market ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

Banks need to tackle web fraud - The Guardian

The GuardianBanks need to tackle web fraudThe GuardianWe may be only seeing a tiny snapshot of the true picture of fraud across the UK, but we are bewildered as to why Barclays seems to feature so frequently. They say they are fighting as hard as .... They sometimes may pretend to be stricter with ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

From solicitors to scientists: how the 2008 recession continues to affect wages - The Guardian

The GuardianFrom solicitors to scientists: how the 2008 recession continues to affect wagesThe GuardianMy personal experience, and that of my partner, is that the more I progress in my career, the less money I am paid. .... As a Reward Director I fear that given that the majority of our potential new trading partners are in the developing world where ...
(30-07-2016)

Negative interest rates: necessary evil or symbol of greed? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukNegative interest rates: necessary evil or symbol of greed?Telegraph.co.ukEven then, some parts of the business would benefit – Barclaycard, for instance, would benefit modestly as the fall in funding costs would be greater than any fall in credit card interest rates. Britain's banking chiefs are adamant they will do all ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

Teacher's sadness after adminstrators called in to school - This Is Wiltshire

This Is WiltshireTeacher's sadness after adminstrators called in to schoolThis Is WiltshireA TEACHER has spoken of her sadness at the closure of the school where she worked after administrators were called in. Administrators were called in to Ferndale House Preparatory School in Faringdon, Oxfordshire, on July 22, she said. Staff, many of ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

Teacher's sadness after adminstrators called in to school - Swindon Advertiser

Swindon AdvertiserTeacher's sadness after adminstrators called in to schoolSwindon AdvertiserA TEACHER has spoken of her sadness at the closure of the school where she worked after administrators were called in. Administrators were called in to Ferndale House Preparatory School in Faringdon, Oxfordshire, on July 22, she said. Staff, many of ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

UK's 'Sir King Cash' card fraudster ordered to cough up £560,000 ... - The Register

The RegisterUK's 'Sir King Cash' card fraudster ordered to cough up £560,000 ...The RegisterA South London chap has been ordered to pay back more than half a million pounds he stole via hacked payment card numbers. Sean "Sir King Cash" Benson, ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

UK's 'Sir King Cash' card fraudster ordered to cough up £560000 - The Register

The RegisterUK's 'Sir King Cash' card fraudster ordered to cough up £560000The RegisterIn total, it is estimated Benson went through more than 2,000 stolen credit cards. After running the scheme over the course of a year, both Benson and his partner were subsequently caught and convicted of fraud and money laundering in July of 2015.and more »
(30-07-2016)

My pension dilemma: £40,000 a year for life – or £1.3m now? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMy pension dilemma: £40,000 a year for life – or £1.3m now?Telegraph.co.ukSky-high payouts and a growing desire to avoid inheritance tax are just two of the factors driving a surge in the number of retirees willing to swap their “and more »
(30-07-2016)

My pension dilemma: £40000 a year for life – or £1.3m now? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMy pension dilemma: £40000 a year for life – or £1.3m now?Telegraph.co.ukMr Major is one of an increasing number being offered a transfer value for their final salary pension high enough that they can invest the money within a self-invested personal pension and then enjoy dividends and bond interest that matches the income ...and more »
(30-07-2016)

The outdated pensions that force investors to pay 75pc more - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe outdated pensions that force investors to pay 75pc moreTelegraph.co.ukMillions of pension savers are being deprived of good-quality fund management by restrictive practices and punitive charges that could cut the return on a £and more »
(30-07-2016)

Family holidays with friends: a survival guide - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFamily holidays with friends: a survival guideTelegraph.co.ukThat friend who is always just a fraction slow to fish out the credit card when the bill comes, the old pal who seems to somehow always buy just one round if the two of you have three, the “I didn't have a starter” merchant… tolerable on a monthly ...
(30-07-2016)

Interest rate cut: good news for mortgages, bad news for savers ... - The Guardian

The GuardianInterest rate cut: good news for mortgages, bad news for savers ...The GuardianThis week the Bank of England's monetary policy committee is expected to cut interest rates for the first time in seven years. Photograph: Niklas ...Amber alert sounded over sliding interest rates (From Herald Scotland)Herald Scotlandall 7 news articles »
(30-07-2016)

Interest rate cut: good news for mortgages, bad news for savers - The Guardian

The GuardianInterest rate cut: good news for mortgages, bad news for saversThe GuardianThose with large tracker mortgages can prepare to break out the prosecco. If you rely on savings ... Anna Bowes, who runs SavingsChampion.co.uk, says many savings accounts can't actually accommodate a 0.25% cut because they are already paying rates ...Amber alert sounded over sliding interest ratesHerald Scotlandall 7 news articles »
(30-07-2016)
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