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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of overpaying a home loanThe Times (subscription)If you missed out on Ford Money's 4 per cent savings deals, which were withdrawn from sale this week after overwhelming demand, then you are probably particularly fed up with low savings rates.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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Perks of overpaying a home loan - The Times (subscription)

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of overpaying a home loanThe Times (subscription)If you missed out on Ford Money's 4 per cent savings deals, which were withdrawn from sale this week after overwhelming demand, then you are probably particularly fed up with low savings rates.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 »
(26-05-2017)

Need extra cash? A second-charge mortgage may suit - The Times (subscription)

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.
(26-05-2017)

Think tank warns of 'dishonest' Labour tax plans - Daily Mail

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 »
(26-05-2017)

Travelex has scrapped its Supercard and you WON'T be able to use it this summer - 5 alternative travel money cards ... - Mirror.co.uk

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 ...
(26-05-2017)

UK companies pay staff less as they plug pension deficits, says study - Financial Times

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 ...
(26-05-2017)

Cap fund management fees to free up cash for social care - Financial Times

Financial TimesCap fund management fees to free up cash for social careFinancial TimesIt is also tricky because you can't see many places to raise the money you need: you have, for example, nailed your colours to the mast of cutting corporation tax. So while ... The UK at least has form on fees. The price of unit trusts was capped until ...
(26-05-2017)

Five ways to avoid paying bank fees while travelling abroad - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFive ways to avoid paying bank fees while travelling abroadTelegraph.co.ukYou can however get specialist travel credit cards that don't charge overseas transaction fees and can get good exchange rates, though most charge for cash withdrawals. Bear in mind it will be the current exchange rate at the time of purchase, rather ...
(26-05-2017)

How to choose a credit card that suits your need - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHow to choose a credit card that suits your needTelegraph.co.ukThese aren't just for people with bad credit. If you're young, a first-time card holder, or new to the UK, you won't have much of a record for lenders to judge you on, and may need to build a credit history first. These credit cards tend to have higher ...and more »
(26-05-2017)

Widow featured on Extreme Home Makeover loses the home - Daily Mail

Daily MailWidow featured on Extreme Home Makeover loses the homeDaily MailNickless said at the time that her mortgage lender offered to pay off the balance if she could pay $15,000. As she was working to come up with the money, her mortgage was acquired by Ocwen Financial in 2011. She continued to struggle with the loan for ...and more »
(26-05-2017)

Mark Cuban: 'Don't use credit cards' - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UKMark Cuban: 'Don't use credit cards'Yahoo Finance UKBillionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban is famously blunt. So, when Inc. asked him in a 2017 interview to share his best money advice, the star of ABC's "Shark Tank" and the owner of the Dallas Mavericks didn't mince words. "From my dad," he said. "Don't ...
(26-05-2017)

Drawdown: the potential to increase your income - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownDrawdown: the potential to increase your incomeHargreaves LansdownTypically there are two routes for turning your pension into a taxable income: either swap your nest egg for an annuity, which provides a guaranteed income for life, or leave your pension invested and draw an income from the pot as and when required ...
(26-05-2017)

Aspiring first-time buyers' costly miscalculations - moneyfacts.co.uk

Aspiring first-time buyers' costly miscalculationsmoneyfacts.co.ukMy Home Move's Doug Crawford commented: "As we know from our research, the majority of aspiring first-time buyers (88%) are currently in rented accommodation, and as such their prime comparison for a mortgage payment is the amount they pay in rent ...
(26-05-2017)

Watchdogs investigate £120m storage pod investment scams - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWatchdogs investigate £120m storage pod investment scamsTelegraph.co.ukPension reforms have led to savers leaving money invested after retirement and a boom in the number of new Sipps which allow a greater range of investments than workplace or traditional personal pensions. Kate Smith, of Aegon, the pension company, said ...and more »
(26-05-2017)

General election 2017: IFS says Tories offering five years of austerity and Labour's plans 'would not work ... - The Guardian

Money MarketingGeneral election 2017: IFS says Tories offering five years of austerity and Labour's plans 'would not work ...The GuardianAt the start of the election campaign Mrs May had personal approval ratings of 10 per cent. They dropped into negative territory for the first time on Monday, reaching minus 7 per cent, before returning to plus 1 per cent in yesterday's poll. Mr Corbyn ...The financial planners' guide to the electionMoney Marketingall 372 news articles »
(26-05-2017)

These high-flying small cap stocks could be dangerously overvalued ... - AOL UK

AOL UKThese high-flying small cap stocks could be dangerously overvalued ...AOL UKInvestors who buy stocks based on company fundamentals are often able to ignore what's going on in the wider market. But that's not always possible.The two ...and more »
(26-05-2017)
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