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Telegraph.co.ukSeven things you need to know about investing for childrenTelegraph.co.ukContrary to popular belief, children can have a pension, and junior Sipps (self-invested personal pensions) are available once a child is born. Up to £3,600 a year can ... Of course, this money is not accessible until the beneficiary turns 55. And ...and more »
Citywire.co.ukAJ Bell makes play for pensioners with fee overhaulCitywire.co.ukThe platform, whose privately owned parent company is backed by investors including fund manager Neil Woodford, is moving away from a flat-fee structure on its self-invested personal pensions (Sipps) and ISAs in favour of percentage-based charges.and more »
Riding out the post-Brexit roller coasterInteractive InvestorOn the personal finance front, Brexit has delivered both opportunities and disappointments. Provided borrowers have hefty ... Market roller coaster. For investors, the UK stockmarket - and for that matter other markets around the globe - has resembled ...
AOL Money UKMortgage lending drop 'points to more subdued property market'AOL Money UKThe CML data comes after the British Bankers' Association (BBA) said on Wednesday that the number of mortgage approvals slumped to a one-and-half-year low in the month after the Brexit vote. Loans for house purchases slipped 5% to an 18-month low of ...and more »
Moneywise MagazineMoney makeover: "I want to ensure I'm saving efficiently for retirement"Moneywise MagazineUse the £15,420 annual individual savings account (Isa) allowance, and the £1,000 personal savings allowance to avoid paying tax on savings interest. Request a forecast from the Department for Work and Pensions to provide information on his pending ...
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Seven things you need to know about investing for children - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukSeven things you need to know about investing for childrenTelegraph.co.ukContrary to popular belief, children can have a pension, and junior Sipps (self-invested personal pensions) are available once a child is born. Up to £3,600 a year can ... Of course, this money is not accessible until the beneficiary turns 55. And ...and more »
(25-08-2016)

AJ Bell makes play for pensioners with fee overhaul - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukAJ Bell makes play for pensioners with fee overhaulCitywire.co.ukThe platform, whose privately owned parent company is backed by investors including fund manager Neil Woodford, is moving away from a flat-fee structure on its self-invested personal pensions (Sipps) and ISAs in favour of percentage-based charges.and more »
(25-08-2016)

Riding out the post-Brexit roller coaster - Interactive Investor

Riding out the post-Brexit roller coasterInteractive InvestorOn the personal finance front, Brexit has delivered both opportunities and disappointments. Provided borrowers have hefty ... Market roller coaster. For investors, the UK stockmarket - and for that matter other markets around the globe - has resembled ...
(25-08-2016)

Mortgage lending drop 'points to more subdued property market' - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKMortgage lending drop 'points to more subdued property market'AOL Money UKThe CML data comes after the British Bankers' Association (BBA) said on Wednesday that the number of mortgage approvals slumped to a one-and-half-year low in the month after the Brexit vote. Loans for house purchases slipped 5% to an 18-month low of ...and more »
(25-08-2016)

Money makeover: "I want to ensure I'm saving efficiently for retirement" - Moneywise Magazine

Moneywise MagazineMoney makeover: "I want to ensure I'm saving efficiently for retirement"Moneywise MagazineUse the £15,420 annual individual savings account (Isa) allowance, and the £1,000 personal savings allowance to avoid paying tax on savings interest. Request a forecast from the Department for Work and Pensions to provide information on his pending ...
(25-08-2016)

Tax, housing, credit cards and the bank holiday weekend - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Tax, housing, credit cards and the bank holiday weekendSpectator.co.uk (blog)Some people are being hit with an unexpected tax bill after unlocking their money from a pension pot, according to Citizens Advice. Others are facing reductions in welfare payments owing to the income received by releasing the funds. 'Pension freedoms' ...and more »
(25-08-2016)

The investment trick that boosts returns while cutting risk - Telegraph.co.uk

The investment trick that boosts returns while cutting riskTelegraph.co.ukLong-term buy and hold investors who don't want to review their fund too often can use them to get basic exposure to the market. They therefore bear consideration for Junior Sipps (self-invested personal pensions) and Isas. “More sophisticated ...and more »
(25-08-2016)

Sam Smith, finnCap CEO finnCap - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKSam Smith, finnCap CEO finnCapBusiness Insider UKBut I think it will be a massive part of the fundraising market and should be, because it's great to get retail money involved in startups." Crowdfunding is ... "You might use a credit card, you might go to the bank for an overdraft but that's not ...and more »
(25-08-2016)

Children Do Pay Tax On Their Income And Savings - iExpats.com

Children Do Pay Tax On Their Income And SavingsiExpats.comThe truth of the matter is children pay no tax if they earn less than the personal income tax allowance – which is £11,000 for the 2016-17 tax year. If a parent tries to offload some earnings to reduce their personal tax ... The money is not lost even ...
(25-08-2016)

Tax warning over unlocked pensions - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsTax warning over unlocked pensions - BBC NewsBBC NewsSome people are being hit with an unexpected tax bill after unlocking their money from a pension pot, according to Citizens Advice.and more »
(24-08-2016)

Tax warning over unlocked pensions - BBC News

BBC NewsTax warning over unlocked pensionsBBC NewsSome people are being hit with an unexpected tax bill after unlocking their money from a pension pot, according to Citizens Advice. Others are facing reductions in welfare payments owing to the income received by releasing the funds. The so-called ...and more »
(24-08-2016)

Brits banish Brexit fears with massive £291million credit card splurge - but experts warn of future problems - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBrits banish Brexit fears with massive £291million credit card splurge - but experts warn of future problemsMirror.co.ukHouseholds slapped £291million more on their credit cards than they repaid in July, according to figures from the British Bankers' Association. The jump, up nearly a fifth on July 2015, came despite reports that consumer confidence had tanked in the ...and more »
(24-08-2016)

Money Briefs: UK banks' approval of mortgages down - The Straits Times

Money Briefs: UK banks' approval of mortgages downThe Straits TimesLONDON • The number of mortgages approved by British banks last month fell to its lowest in a year, but robust credit growth added to signs that the Brexit vote has had little impact on consumers so far, industry data showed yesterday. British banks ...
(24-08-2016)

MARKET REPORT: Banks are the latest sector to quash Brexit uncertainty as they bounce back after OneSavings ... - This is Money

This is MoneyMARKET REPORT: Banks are the latest sector to quash Brexit uncertainty as they bounce back after OneSavings ...This is MoneySome of the big banks also bounced up as figures from the British Banking Association showed consumer credit is still rising. Credit card lending in July was up 20 per cent on a year ago, although fewer mortgages were approved. Lloyds leapt 2.9 per ...and more »
(24-08-2016)

Cheap money is destroying all our futures and killing capitalism - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukCheap money is destroying all our futures and killing capitalismTelegraph.co.ukFor over 150 years, the UK economy has defied Marx by turning workers into capitalists. What now? ... One is that hard work, thrift and long-term planning should be rewarded in return for the public being asked to take control of their personal ...
(24-08-2016)
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