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Naoko Mori: Shares are far scarier than the CybermenThe TimesYet her most lucrative work has involved doing commercials: she once earned well over £10,000 for saying just one line in a credit card advert. “It was a 10-minute job,” she said. Mori has been earning money ... The family moved to the UK when Mori was ...
Revealed: how credit reference agencies get their facts wrong — and lose your dataThe TimesConcerns have been raised over the reliability and safety of the personal information held by credit reference agencies, after analysis by Money revealed hundreds of complaints are escalated to Britain's data watchdog. Between April 2014 and last ...
This is MoneySix ways to halt the pain of rail price rises: From gold cards to taking out a loan to pay for an annual season ticketThis is MoneyAlternatively, consider a zero per cent credit card. Among ... 'Britain has some of the highest fares in Europe but the lowest rates of satisfaction. ... In the arcane world of train travel you can save money buying separate rail tickets for different ...and more »
Yahoo Finance UK3 Money Mistakes Gen Xers Are MakingYahoo Finance UKGeneration X has the most credit card debt of any generation, according to a GOBankingRates survey. The high interest rates -- sometimes as great as 30% -- can make it difficult to get out from under the debt, but the more troubling statistic is that ...and more »
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Naoko Mori: Shares are far scarier than the Cybermen - The Times

Naoko Mori: Shares are far scarier than the CybermenThe TimesYet her most lucrative work has involved doing commercials: she once earned well over £10,000 for saying just one line in a credit card advert. “It was a 10-minute job,” she said. Mori has been earning money ... The family moved to the UK when Mori was ...
(18-08-2018)

Revealed: how credit reference agencies get their facts wrong — and lose your data - The Times

Revealed: how credit reference agencies get their facts wrong — and lose your dataThe TimesConcerns have been raised over the reliability and safety of the personal information held by credit reference agencies, after analysis by Money revealed hundreds of complaints are escalated to Britain's data watchdog. Between April 2014 and last ...
(18-08-2018)

Six ways to halt the pain of rail price rises: From gold cards to taking out a loan to pay for an annual season ticket - This is Money

This is MoneySix ways to halt the pain of rail price rises: From gold cards to taking out a loan to pay for an annual season ticketThis is MoneyAlternatively, consider a zero per cent credit card. Among ... 'Britain has some of the highest fares in Europe but the lowest rates of satisfaction. ... In the arcane world of train travel you can save money buying separate rail tickets for different ...and more »
(18-08-2018)

3 Money Mistakes Gen Xers Are Making - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UK3 Money Mistakes Gen Xers Are MakingYahoo Finance UKGeneration X has the most credit card debt of any generation, according to a GOBankingRates survey. The high interest rates -- sometimes as great as 30% -- can make it difficult to get out from under the debt, but the more troubling statistic is that ...and more »
(18-08-2018)

Doing this could boost your pension income by £15000 a year - AOL UK

AOL UKDoing this could boost your pension income by £15000 a yearAOL UKBy planning ahead and setting money aside every month, you could add another £15,000 to your annual retirement income, but will need to build a pension pot of around £300,000 to do it. That sounds a lot, but the younger ... Not that many 25-year-olds ...and more »
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Doing this could boost your pension income by £15000 a year - Motley Fool UK

Doing this could boost your pension income by £15000 a yearMotley Fool UKBy planning ahead and setting money aside every month, you could add another £15,000 to your annual retirement income, but will need to build a pension pot of around £300,000 to do it. That sounds a lot, but the younger ... Not that many 25-year-olds ...
(18-08-2018)

Retirement saving: SIPP or Lifetime ISA? - Motley Fool UK

Retirement saving: SIPP or Lifetime ISA?Motley Fool UKBut which retirement-focused product — a Lifetime ISA (LISA) or Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) — is best? Here's my take. ... Just like the LISA, however, your money can be invested in a variety of instruments, such as shares, funds, trusts ...and more »
(18-08-2018)

Revealed: the banks that robbed savers of a rate rise - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukRevealed: the banks that robbed savers of a rate riseTelegraph.co.ukBarclays, the biggest bank to do so, cut rates on seven accounts by 0.2 percentage points on Aug 1 – just one day before the rate increase. An increase in Bank Rate is usually reflected quickly in variable-rate mortgages – HSBC, Barclays and Virgin ...
(18-08-2018)

How South Africans can find a job in the UK - BusinessTech

BusinessTechHow South Africans can find a job in the UKBusinessTechAccording to Shrosbree you can choose to apply for a job yourself by calling the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to arrange your Evidence of Identity interview with a local Jobcentre Plus. You will also have to find out which documents ... we ...
(18-08-2018)

Troubleshooter: Opening account was not easy as 1, 2, 3 - The Times

The TimesTroubleshooter: Opening account was not easy as 1, 2, 3The TimesIt does seem ironic, however, that Santander, which is pushing a current account to undergraduate students, the very people who are most unlikely to have borrowed money in the past, would reject a young person for failing to have a rich enough credit ...
(17-08-2018)

Pension charges can cost you more than a scam - The Times

The TimesPension charges can cost you more than a scamThe TimesSavers have been moving their money from DB schemes, which pay out a set amount of money for life and are considered the most generous kind of pension, into self-invested personal pensions (Sipps). These are a type of defined-contribution (DC) pension, ...
(17-08-2018)

Play a part in the electric car revolution - The Times

The TimesPlay a part in the electric car revolutionThe TimesYou may not drive an electric car, but the chances are your pension or savings are invested in Tesla or one of the many component and IT companies involved in this burgeoning industry. The popular Scottish Mortgage investment trust, for example, is one ...and more »
(17-08-2018)

Does it pay to be a buy-to-let landlord? - The Times

The TimesDoes it pay to be a buy-to-let landlord?The TimesThere are still about 1.9 million outstanding buy-to-let mortgages, but the number of new loans approved for purchases of rental properties in June was nearly 20 per cent lower than a year ago, according to UK Finance, a trade body. Tax changes have ...
(17-08-2018)

Anne Ashworth: Don't be caught out by your good manners - The Times

The TimesAnne Ashworth: Don't be caught out by your good mannersThe Times... understand. Why would the government deny millions of workers an opportunity to view in one place the value of all their company and personal pension pots? ... Invesco Perpetual's Income, High Income and UK Strategic Income funds appear, for example.
(17-08-2018)
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