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California pension fund CEO sentenced for briberyYahoo Finance UKBuenrostro's guilty plea came out of a yearslong investigation into the role of money-management firm middlemen, called placement agents, in helping clients win investment business from the pension fund. The fund manages health and retirement benefits ...and more »
This is MoneyHow EU meddling slashed £15000 off your pension: Loyal savers hit by record low payoutsThis is MoneyBig firms also claim George Osborne's pension freedoms have dented their profits by allowing savers to cash in their funds from age 55, rather than withdrawing the money slowly over retirement. And they say low ... After years of criticism, insurers ...
This is MoneyDAN HYDE: Cut the spin. Just tell us truth on the impact of EU rules on pensionsThis is MoneyIf I played along with his game and plucked a number out of the air to account for the hurt caused to British pensioners by these policies and the eurozone debt crisis, I'm confident I could at least double his £32,000. But I won't. Bringing up ...and more »
This is MoneyASK TONY: HMRC owes me £800 - so why has it only sent a cheque for £1?This is MoneyI am 68 and receive a state pension of £75.41 a week and a small private pension of £350.72 per annum. On April 24 last year ... Your total income for the 2015/16 tax year was calculated by HMRC as being £9,015, well below your tax-exempt personal ...and more »
California pension fund CEO sentenced for briberyDaily MailSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge Tuesday sentenced the former head of the nation's largest public pension fund to four and 1/2 years in prison in a case in which the pension fund CEO acknowledged accepting more than $200,000 in bribes and ...and more »
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California pension fund CEO sentenced for bribery - Yahoo Finance UK

California pension fund CEO sentenced for briberyYahoo Finance UKBuenrostro's guilty plea came out of a yearslong investigation into the role of money-management firm middlemen, called placement agents, in helping clients win investment business from the pension fund. The fund manages health and retirement benefits ...and more »
(01-06-2016)

How EU meddling slashed £15000 off your pension: Loyal savers hit by record low payouts - This is Money

This is MoneyHow EU meddling slashed £15000 off your pension: Loyal savers hit by record low payoutsThis is MoneyBig firms also claim George Osborne's pension freedoms have dented their profits by allowing savers to cash in their funds from age 55, rather than withdrawing the money slowly over retirement. And they say low ... After years of criticism, insurers ...
(31-05-2016)

DAN HYDE: Cut the spin. Just tell us truth on the impact of EU rules on pensions - This is Money

This is MoneyDAN HYDE: Cut the spin. Just tell us truth on the impact of EU rules on pensionsThis is MoneyIf I played along with his game and plucked a number out of the air to account for the hurt caused to British pensioners by these policies and the eurozone debt crisis, I'm confident I could at least double his £32,000. But I won't. Bringing up ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

ASK TONY: HMRC owes me £800 - so why has it only sent a cheque for £1? - This is Money

This is MoneyASK TONY: HMRC owes me £800 - so why has it only sent a cheque for £1?This is MoneyI am 68 and receive a state pension of £75.41 a week and a small private pension of £350.72 per annum. On April 24 last year ... Your total income for the 2015/16 tax year was calculated by HMRC as being £9,015, well below your tax-exempt personal ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

California pension fund CEO sentenced for bribery - Daily Mail

California pension fund CEO sentenced for briberyDaily MailSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge Tuesday sentenced the former head of the nation's largest public pension fund to four and 1/2 years in prison in a case in which the pension fund CEO acknowledged accepting more than $200,000 in bribes and ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

Trump's 'playbooks' offer a glimpse into his ruthless business practices - The Guardian

The GuardianTrump's 'playbooks' offer a glimpse into his ruthless business practicesThe GuardianTrump University staff were instructed to get people to pile on credit card debt and to target their financial weaknesses in an attempt to sell them the high-priced real estate courses. The documents contained an undated “personal message” from Trump ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

Online fraud victims should be better protected, not blamed - The Guardian

The GuardianOnline fraud victims should be better protected, not blamedThe GuardianTotal fraud jumped by more than a quarter in 2015, with 1.5m card accounts in Britain raided by scam merchants who stole more than £750m. To put that figure in context, it is 15 times Britain's biggest ... Needless to say, the unfortunate couple have ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

Watchdog to inspect Sainsbury's £1.4bn takeover of Argos - The Week UK

The Week UKWatchdog to inspect Sainsbury's £1.4bn takeover of ArgosThe Week UKA £1.4bn buyout by Sainsbury's of Argos's owner, the Home Retail Group, is to be investigated by the UK's competition regulator. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) confirmed on Friday that it had written to the two companies to inform them of ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

Restaurant-style receipts to replace orange train tickets within months - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukRestaurant-style receipts to replace orange train tickets within monthsMirror.co.ukGetting the train in Britain has long been marked by the orange ticket card, with the rounded edges and your journey printed on it in minuscule type. But in the coming months, passengers who buy their tickets on board will find themselves clutching ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

'I have £300k in cash and a three month time frame: how do I net the greatest return?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Mortgage Strategy'I have £300k in cash and a three month time frame: how do I net the greatest return?'Telegraph.co.ukWhile the overall rate on your money could be slightly increased by opening multiple accounts like this, it's unlikely to be worth the hassle and could affect your credit score. So this is not advisable if you intend to apply for a mortgage in the near ...FCA rules out product levy in FSCS funding reviewMortgage Strategyall 6 news articles »
(31-05-2016)

Nigeria: 12 Years After Liquidation, Nigeria Airways Echoes - AllAfrica.com

Nigeria: 12 Years After Liquidation, Nigeria Airways EchoesAllAfrica.comAccording to him, the airline's Board of Directors, at the time the firm was liquidated, was utterly corrupt, forming various dubious companies which were used as conduit pipes to siphon funds from the airline, under the guise of servicing and ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

Pensioners warned of 'sleepwalking' into 55 per cent tax after SAVING TOO MUCH - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukPensioners warned of 'sleepwalking' into 55 per cent tax after SAVING TOO MUCHExpress.co.uk"Indeed, it is not only those who have built up pension funds that are close to the £1m limit that need to be aware of this reduction as, due to future investment growth and pension funding, those who currently have much modest pension values today ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

Small Cap Value Report (31 May 2016) - RNO, KNOS - Stockopedia

Small Cap Value Report (31 May 2016) - RNO, KNOSStockopediaPersonally, I've placed a fairly large bet on a Leave outcome from the poll. This is partly to hedge my portfolio (as a leave vote would undoubtedly cause major disruption and uncertainty, in the short term anyway), and partly also because I very much ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

Now Denmark plans to stop paying its royals, let's discuss the £40m our own take from the taxpayer every year - The Independent

The IndependentNow Denmark plans to stop paying its royals, let's discuss the £40m our own take from the taxpayer every yearThe IndependentHow does this compare to the financial situation vis-a-vis royals in the UK? Well, the Sovereign Grant – taxpayer money given to Queen Elizabeth and her family to carry out their 'official duties' – was £40m in 2015, up from £35.7m in the previous ...and more »
(31-05-2016)

Living in boxes (and thinking out of them) might solve our housing crisis - The Guardian

The GuardianLiving in boxes (and thinking out of them) might solve our housing crisisThe GuardianA home that simply has a water and gas supply, and basic equipment for personal cleanliness, is much cheaper.' Photograph: Bloomberg/Getty. I have to ... He has put the British Council's money where his mouth is. He's a curator at the British pavilion ...
(31-05-2016)
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