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Belfast TelegraphBBC's Nolan 'distracted' as credit cards hacked during live TV programmeBelfast Telegraph"I think my cards have been hacked," he said explaining how he had been distracted during the past couple of minutes. "I'm currently spending money in three hotels in three different parts of the world." He later revealed the transactions had been made ...
Express.co.ukBlack Friday 2017: Don't click on THESE scam text messages offering Christmas bargainsExpress.co.ukBut experts fear cyber criminals will try to capitalise on the Christmas sales bonanza to steal people's credit card details. Con artists are already using WhatsApp to send fake supermarket ... Harry Rose, Money Editor of Which!, said: "Consumers must ...
Mirror.co.ukHow the Budget will affect ordinary people - and it doesn't seem like anyone is really better offMirror.co.ukA charity has told me the average working single person will be £800 per year worse off. “That scares me as there really is nothing left to cut back on. My credit card would end up melting from over-use. It already takes a hammering each month, just to ...Full Autumn Budget 2017 round-up as Chancellor unveils Government spending plansMoneySavingExpertBudget 2017: What it means for working parents with their own businessExpress.co.ukall 2,295 news articles »
The GuardianWhat the 2017 autumn budget means for youThe GuardianWe've looked at the figures to see how Philip Hammond's autumn budget will affect your finances – whether you're single, married, with or without children or retired. All figures supplied by KPMG, StepChange Debt Charity and Turquoise Training ...
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BBC's Nolan 'distracted' as credit cards hacked during live TV programme - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphBBC's Nolan 'distracted' as credit cards hacked during live TV programmeBelfast Telegraph"I think my cards have been hacked," he said explaining how he had been distracted during the past couple of minutes. "I'm currently spending money in three hotels in three different parts of the world." He later revealed the transactions had been made ...
(23-11-2017)

Black Friday 2017: Don't click on THESE scam text messages offering Christmas bargains - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBlack Friday 2017: Don't click on THESE scam text messages offering Christmas bargainsExpress.co.ukBut experts fear cyber criminals will try to capitalise on the Christmas sales bonanza to steal people's credit card details. Con artists are already using WhatsApp to send fake supermarket ... Harry Rose, Money Editor of Which!, said: "Consumers must ...
(22-11-2017)

How the Budget will affect ordinary people - and it doesn't seem like anyone is really better off - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHow the Budget will affect ordinary people - and it doesn't seem like anyone is really better offMirror.co.ukA charity has told me the average working single person will be £800 per year worse off. “That scares me as there really is nothing left to cut back on. My credit card would end up melting from over-use. It already takes a hammering each month, just to ...Full Autumn Budget 2017 round-up as Chancellor unveils Government spending plansMoneySavingExpertBudget 2017: What it means for working parents with their own businessExpress.co.ukall 2,295 news articles »
(22-11-2017)

What the 2017 autumn budget means for you - The Guardian

The GuardianWhat the 2017 autumn budget means for youThe GuardianWe've looked at the figures to see how Philip Hammond's autumn budget will affect your finances – whether you're single, married, with or without children or retired. All figures supplied by KPMG, StepChange Debt Charity and Turquoise Training ...
(22-11-2017)

The 5 massive crises Philip Hammond's Budget speech simply ignored - Mirror.co.uk

Financial TimesThe 5 massive crises Philip Hammond's Budget speech simply ignoredMirror.co.uk“Instead his meagre inflation-linked increase in the tax-free personal allowance means most people will still be out of pocket unless they also get a pay rise. This is a missed opportunity at a crucial moment in UK pension policy." Darren Philp ...Budget 2017: What does it mean for your money?Financial TimesAutumn Budget 2017: Contractor's Personal Finance PreviewContractor UKHammond expected to 'attack higher earners by stealth'Telegraph.co.ukCity A.M. -Hargreaves Lansdownall 2,263 news articles »
(22-11-2017)

Budget 2017: first rise in pensions annual allowance for seven years - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBudget 2017: first rise in pensions annual allowance for seven yearsTelegraph.co.ukTelegraph Money has campaigned for the removal of the lifetime limit, arguing that it penalises investment growth and discourages saving. In addition, there is already an annual allowance on pension contributions, set at £40,000 for most people. This ...Pensions - Articles - Budget pension plans likely to be a damp squibActuarial Postall 12 news articles »
(22-11-2017)

Budget increases to income tax thresholds gift £340 to higher rate payers - but £100 is nicked back by National ... - This is Money

This is MoneyBudget increases to income tax thresholds gift £340 to higher rate payers - but £100 is nicked back by National ...This is MoneyPatricia Mock, tax director at Deloitte, said: 'The combined personal allowance and higher rate threshold changes will mean that a basic rate taxpayer will increase their post-tax income in 2018/19 by £70 compared to 2017/18 and a higher-rate taxpayer ...Autumn Budget 2017: What are the new personal allowances?City A.M.Budget: how much income tax will you pay when the personal allowance goes up?Telegraph.co.ukBudget makes every single taxpayer at least £70 richer - but the best off get FIVE TIMES as muchMirror.co.ukThe Independentall 13 news articles »
(22-11-2017)

OBR slashes tax relief forecasts on new ISA flops - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukOBR slashes tax relief forecasts on new ISA flopsCitywire.co.ukIn documents published alongside today's Budget, the OBR said that the Help to Buy, Lifetime and Innovative Finance ISAs had all suffered a much poorer take-up than anticipated by the government. The Lifetime ISA, one of the flagship announcements in ...and more »
(22-11-2017)

Philip Hammond shows he is no Robin Hood for younger generation - The Guardian

The GuardianPhilip Hammond shows he is no Robin Hood for younger generationThe GuardianWhile he slashed stamp duty for almost every first-time buyer (outside London) he conspicuously avoided provoking older voters; pension tax reliefs remain sacrosanct, as does the winter fuel allowance and the “triple lock” on pension increases. The ...
(22-11-2017)

UK Plans to Sell $20 Billion of RBS Shares Over Five Years - Bloomberg

ReutersUK Plans to Sell $20 Billion of RBS Shares Over Five YearsBloombergChief Executive Officer Ross McEwan has said he's optimistic the Edinburgh-based bank can reach a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over a mortgage-bond probe before the end of the year. That would remove the biggest remaining obstacle to ...UK's 15-billion-pound RBS sale to boost government coffersReutersBudget 2017: UK to sell RBS stake despite sitting on £26bn lossFinancial TimesRBS share sale to begin by 2019 - but public's 71% stake is now worth just £23.7bn a decade after £46bn bail outThis is Moneyall 60 news articles »
(22-11-2017)

Sweden wants Brexit progress in December, but UK must move on money - Reuters

ReutersSweden wants Brexit progress in December, but UK must move on moneyReutersGENEVA (Reuters) - Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said on Wednesday he wanted Brexit talks to move to the next stage in December but there were red lines and Britain needed to make commitments to the rest of the European Union, especially on ...and more »
(22-11-2017)

Autumn Budget 2017: Households need more support ahead of pension auto-enrolment contribution rise - Moneywise Magazine

Moneywise MagazineAutumn Budget 2017: Households need more support ahead of pension auto-enrolment contribution riseMoneywise MagazineSteve Webb, director of policy at Royal London – and former pensions minister under the Tory-Lib Dem coalition – says: “In April next year millions of workers will be asked to put more money in their pension and it is vital that they do not opt out as ...and more »
(22-11-2017)

Leasehold vs freehold: what's easier to buy? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLeasehold vs freehold: what's easier to buy?Telegraph.co.ukHomes sold as leasehold are constantly devaluing, and those with a lease of less than 80 years can find it hard to secure a further mortgage as lenders may think its value is plummeting. The property may consequently be harder to sell unless the lease ...
(22-11-2017)

Budget 2017: What it means for your wallet - The Independent

The GuardianBudget 2017: What it means for your walletThe IndependentAnd while the Chancellor announced punitive powers for local authorities to tackle empty property with a 100 per cent council tax premium and plans for a 300,000 new home boost to the UK's housing stock every year by the middle of 2020, we're still ...Autumn budget 2017: a sneak peek inside the chancellor's red box …The GuardianThe 5 massive crises Philip Hammond's Budget speech simply ignoredMirror.co.ukBudget 2017: What does it mean for your money?Financial TimesContractor UK -Moneywise Magazine -Telegraph.co.ukall 2,303 news articles »
(22-11-2017)
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