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Mirror.co.ukHow to spread the cost of Christmas over 32 months without it costing you a penny - but you need to act fastMirror.co.ukFor the past few years card companies have been offering 0% credit cards where – rather than switch an existing debt – the let you spend money up to your credit limit without interest being charged interest for a set period. You still need to make the ...and more »
Pensions News: Friday 20 October 2017LexologyWhereas individuals who saved for retirement through a personal pension plan used to be required to purchase an annuity with their pension savings, they may now (for instance) take the entirety of their savings as cash (less tax - as PN has previously ...
How the right card can help pay for Christmasmoneyfacts.co.ukmoneyfacts.co.uk moneyfacts.co.uk ... Now, we're not advocating that you borrow money to pay for Christmas, particularly if you don't have a plan in place to repay the balance, because you certainly don't want to get into debt just for the sake of the ...
Sticking with Woodford, bet on recovery, cheapest platforms for investment trusts and the best commercial propertyInvestors ChronicleBut these funds lifted this restriction within a few months and since then UK commercial property has bounced back strongly, as personal finance writer Emma Agyemang reports. She explains why this sector has exceeded expectations and is growing ... In ...and more »
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How to spread the cost of Christmas over 32 months without it costing you a penny - but you need to act fast - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHow to spread the cost of Christmas over 32 months without it costing you a penny - but you need to act fastMirror.co.ukFor the past few years card companies have been offering 0% credit cards where – rather than switch an existing debt – the let you spend money up to your credit limit without interest being charged interest for a set period. You still need to make the ...and more »
(19-10-2017)

Pensions News: Friday 20 October 2017 - Lexology

Pensions News: Friday 20 October 2017LexologyWhereas individuals who saved for retirement through a personal pension plan used to be required to purchase an annuity with their pension savings, they may now (for instance) take the entirety of their savings as cash (less tax - as PN has previously ...
(19-10-2017)

How the right card can help pay for Christmas - moneyfacts.co.uk

How the right card can help pay for Christmasmoneyfacts.co.ukmoneyfacts.co.uk moneyfacts.co.uk ... Now, we're not advocating that you borrow money to pay for Christmas, particularly if you don't have a plan in place to repay the balance, because you certainly don't want to get into debt just for the sake of the ...
(19-10-2017)

Sticking with Woodford, bet on recovery, cheapest platforms for investment trusts and the best commercial property - Investors Chronicle

Sticking with Woodford, bet on recovery, cheapest platforms for investment trusts and the best commercial propertyInvestors ChronicleBut these funds lifted this restriction within a few months and since then UK commercial property has bounced back strongly, as personal finance writer Emma Agyemang reports. She explains why this sector has exceeded expectations and is growing ... In ...and more »
(19-10-2017)

Dream Interpretation: Credit Cards - FemaleFirst.co.uk

FemaleFirst.co.ukDream Interpretation: Credit CardsFemaleFirst.co.ukMore positively, credit cards can be seen as a sign of freedom. Perhaps you are suddenly unburdened by something that has been weighing you down for a while. Maybe you have enough money or flexibility now to do the things you've always dreamed of ...
(19-10-2017)

Don't get burnt by foreign credit card charges - Financial Times

Financial TimesDon't get burnt by foreign credit card chargesFinancial TimesAnd beware — you can still be hit by these charges even if you have cannily selected a credit card (or pre-paid currency card) that does not charge transaction fees on overseas spending or ATM withdrawals. My dad's Nationwide Select credit card ...
(19-10-2017)

Couple spared jail for £60000 theft from elderly relative - BBC News

BBC NewsCouple spared jail for £60000 theft from elderly relativeBBC NewsThe court was told that the duo used Mrs Rough "like a cash machine" and spent the money on mortgage repayments and hunting and fishing supplies. They also spent up to £700 a month on groceries in what the prosecution described as "their version of ...and more »
(19-10-2017)

What happens to your mortgage in a divorce? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWhat happens to your mortgage in a divorce?Telegraph.co.ukThe relationship has broken down and you've decided to go your separate ways. Your mortgage is probably the biggest joint financial commitment you share with your spouse, so what do you do about it? The answer will depend on whether you want to keep ...and more »
(19-10-2017)

Why Hilton Honors has best reward credit card for spending | This is ... - This is Money

This is MoneyWhy Hilton Honors has best reward credit card for spending | This is ...This is MoneyIf you are about to buy a big ticket purchase for your home, perhaps some white goods, a new sofa or a television, then this credit card trick could earn you a big ...and more »
(19-10-2017)

Revealed: The 'ludicrously generous' and little-known credit card that's the best to reward big ticket purchases - This is Money

This is MoneyRevealed: The 'ludicrously generous' and little-known credit card that's the best to reward big ticket purchasesThis is MoneyOne option could be to buy it on what has been described as Britain's most 'ludicrously generous' reward credit card by an award-winning expert, who has picked it out as being the best reward deal available. As long as you play by the rules, you could ...and more »
(19-10-2017)

The little-known credit card that's 'ludicrously generous' and the best to reward big ticket purchases - This is Money

This is MoneyThe little-known credit card that's 'ludicrously generous' and the best to reward big ticket purchasesThis is MoneyOne option could be to buy it on what has been described as Britain's most 'ludicrously generous' reward credit card by an award-winning expert, who has picked it out as being the best reward deal available. As long as you play by the rules, you could ...and more »
(19-10-2017)

A November interest rate hike would be as much about credibility as inflation, says SIMON LAMBERT, but don't expect ... - This is Money

This is MoneyA November interest rate hike would be as much about credibility as inflation, says SIMON LAMBERT, but don't expect ...This is MoneyMeanwhile, the resilience of the UK economy since the Brexit vote has illustrated that we almost certainly could have raised interest rates at some point between the March 2009 cut to 0.5 per cent and the EU referendum. Unfortunately, we didn't ... We ...and more »
(19-10-2017)

Should I pay a penalty to escape my mortgage early and lock in to rock-bottom rates while they're still here? - This is Money

This is MoneyShould I pay a penalty to escape my mortgage early and lock in to rock-bottom rates while they're still here?This is MoneyI am currently one year into a two-year fixed-rate mortgage on a rate of 2.7 per cent with the Coventry Building Society. We have plenty of equity in our home, so when we remortgage it will be below 60 per cent LTV. Our deal comes to an end in January ...
(19-10-2017)

Are you losing out on £1800 a year? Martin Lewis REVEALS you could be entitled to benefit - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukAre you losing out on £1800 a year? Martin Lewis REVEALS you could be entitled to benefitExpress.co.ukMatin Lewis Money Saving Expert urged Britons to check if they are entitled to UK benefits to the tune of £1800, before universal credit is rolled out across the country. On Good Morning ... Martin Lewis Money Saving Expert: Fixed rate or tracker mortgage?
(19-10-2017)

Are you saving enough for your pension? Here's our age-by-age guide to planning your retirement - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordAre you saving enough for your pension? Here's our age-by-age guide to planning your retirementScottish Daily RecordPensions are a really tax-efficient way to invest money since the Government give you tax relief on the money that you pay in, making it easier to build up a bigger fund for when you stop work. Remember there .... You can look at setting up a personal ...Half of UK adults are financially vulnerable, City watchdog findsThe Guardian15 million people forced to work until they drop as they don't pay into a pensionMirror.co.ukMillions miss bills as finances biteBBC NewsWhat Investmentall 68 news articles »
(19-10-2017)
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