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BBC NewsBusking goes cashless with 'a world first' for LondonBBC NewsUsing card readers for online payments is becoming increasingly popular among small traders and charities who cannot afford the infrastructure traditionally used for credit card payments. Earlier this month PayPay announced it was buying iZettle for $2 ...and more »
Business InsiderDesigners at SoFi and Robinhood explain how they trick users into actually saving (and making) moneyBusiness InsiderSamar Shah, head of operations at the money-saving app Digit, said that 75% of Digit's customers have credit card debt, and many also have student loans. So while Digit aims to help users saving small amounts of money in the short-term, it often has to ...
Business Insider UKDesigners at SoFi and Robinhood explain how they trick users into actually saving (and making) moneyBusiness Insider UKSamar Shah, head of operations at the money-saving app Digit, said that 75% of Digit's customers have credit card debt, and many also have student loans. So while Digit aims to help users saving small amounts of money in the short-term, it often has to ...
The GuardianFCA urged to extend cap on payday loan fees to other forms of creditThe GuardianDebt charities and politicians are urging the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to take decisive action on Thursday when it publishes the findings of an 18-month review into bank overdrafts, doorstep loans, catalogue credit and rent-to-own borrowing.and more »
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(27-05-2018)

Busking goes cashless with 'a world first' for London - BBC News

BBC NewsBusking goes cashless with 'a world first' for LondonBBC NewsUsing card readers for online payments is becoming increasingly popular among small traders and charities who cannot afford the infrastructure traditionally used for credit card payments. Earlier this month PayPay announced it was buying iZettle for $2 ...and more »
(27-05-2018)

Designers at SoFi and Robinhood explain how they trick users into actually saving (and making) money - Business Insider

Business InsiderDesigners at SoFi and Robinhood explain how they trick users into actually saving (and making) moneyBusiness InsiderSamar Shah, head of operations at the money-saving app Digit, said that 75% of Digit's customers have credit card debt, and many also have student loans. So while Digit aims to help users saving small amounts of money in the short-term, it often has to ...
(27-05-2018)

Designers at SoFi and Robinhood explain how they trick users into actually saving (and making) money - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKDesigners at SoFi and Robinhood explain how they trick users into actually saving (and making) moneyBusiness Insider UKSamar Shah, head of operations at the money-saving app Digit, said that 75% of Digit's customers have credit card debt, and many also have student loans. So while Digit aims to help users saving small amounts of money in the short-term, it often has to ...
(27-05-2018)

FCA urged to extend cap on payday loan fees to other forms of credit - The Guardian

The GuardianFCA urged to extend cap on payday loan fees to other forms of creditThe GuardianDebt charities and politicians are urging the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to take decisive action on Thursday when it publishes the findings of an 18-month review into bank overdrafts, doorstep loans, catalogue credit and rent-to-own borrowing.and more »
(27-05-2018)

'Do I really need travel insurance?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Do I really need travel insurance?'Telegraph.co.ukSection 75 of the Consumer Credit Act makes the organisation that provided the card “jointly and severally liable” for transactions between £100 and £30,000 made with its credit card where there has been misrepresentation or breach of contract. ... A ...and more »
(27-05-2018)

6 ways to beat travel trauma and have a truly relaxing holiday with the family - Mirror.co.uk

6 ways to beat travel trauma and have a truly relaxing holiday with the familyMirror.co.ukWell, your insurer should be able to help with an emergency payment but avoid the holiday being ruined by having emergency cash. Take a credit card specifically for holidays (don't use it the rest of the time – lock it in a drawer!) That way you've got ...and more »
(26-05-2018)

Don't walk into the pension savings chasm! In your 40s? Why you may have to fund a staggering 33 YEARS of retirement - This is Money

This is MoneyDon't walk into the pension savings chasm! In your 40s? Why you may have to fund a staggering 33 YEARS of retirementThis is MoneyThe over-40s should also spend time tracking down old, lost pensions – and investigate whether consolidating multiple pensions into one fund could save both money and hassle. Perks says: 'Everyone, not just the over-40s, ... Insurance record needs to ...
(26-05-2018)

Ex-HBOS chairman's property trading firm is put into receivership after defaulting on a £320K loan - This is Money

This is MoneyEx-HBOS chairman's property trading firm is put into receivership after defaulting on a £320K loanThis is MoneyA company backed by former HBOS chairman Dennis Stevenson has gone into receivership after defaulting on a £320,000 loan. Lord Stevenson, 72, who chaired HBOS until 2008, is a partner of a property trading firm that owns land near Heathrow Airport.
(26-05-2018)

Kurt Russell's wine brand GoGi spreads its wings as he secures a deal with $16.5bn drinks titan Southern Glazer's - This is Money

This is MoneyKurt Russell's wine brand GoGi spreads its wings as he secures a deal with $16.5bn drinks titan Southern Glazer'sThis is MoneyThe long-term partner of Goldie Hawn is the star of blockbusters including Tombstone, Tango & Cash and Escape From New York. Now the 67-year-old has secured a deal ... In contrast, after 50 years in the movie industry Russell doesn't need to rely on ...
(26-05-2018)

REVEALED: Millennial who slammed Gen Y for 'whinging' about not being able to break into the housing market ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailREVEALED: Millennial who slammed Gen Y for 'whinging' about not being able to break into the housing market ...Daily MailA millennial who slammed Gen Y for 'whinging and failing to make even a start' to break into the property market has revealed she receives $200 in pocket money a week from her parents. Melbourne woman Emily Power, 33, revealed she had handed control ...and more »
(26-05-2018)

Here's the completely neurotic method I use to save loads of cash on video games every year - Business Insider

Business InsiderHere's the completely neurotic method I use to save loads of cash on video games every yearBusiness InsiderOne of my fondest teenage memories is the time I wound up at a mall Circuit City in Nyack, New York, right as it was opening. It was the day of the now-defunct electronics chain's massive video game clearance sale, where literally hundreds of older ...
(26-05-2018)

Your Questions: British pensions and capital gains tax - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldYour Questions: British pensions and capital gains taxThe Sydney Morning HeraldIf she leaves money in the pension fund, UK rules changed from 2015 to forbid transfers to an Australian QROPS while under age 55. ... If you have a question for George Cochrane, send it to Personal Investment, PO Box 3001, Tamarama, NSW, 2026.
(26-05-2018)

Weekend catchup — this week's personal finance headlines - Financial Times

Financial TimesWeekend catchup — this week's personal finance headlinesFinancial TimesPension schemes backed by the UK's top 100 listed businesses have swung into the black for the first time since the financial crash of 2007, writes Josephine Cumbo. FTSE 100 pension plans had an overall accounting surplus of £4bn by the end of 2017, ...
(26-05-2018)

One photo shows that China is already in a cashless future - Business Insider

Business InsiderOne photo shows that China is already in a cashless futureBusiness InsiderPaying by phone became popular in China in part because credit cards never gained the popularity they see elsewhere in the world, and because the infrastructure for mobile payments was already in place. Phone-scannable QR codes also mean that ...
(26-05-2018)
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