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AOL UKHouse prices rising 5% a year in more bad news for would-be buyersThe GuardianThe average UK house price rose by £1,000 in August to reach £226,000, the Office for National Statistics said. The increase took the annualised rate of house price inflation to 5%, up from 4.5% in July and more than double the rate of pay settlements ...Average UK house price up by £11000 annually to reach £226000, figures showAOL UKall 10 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukInflation hits its highest level in five-and-a-half years; MPC right to cut interest rates after Brexit vote says CarneyTelegraph.co.ukVirgin Money has insisted it has a safer credit card business than Britain's big banks, amid growing fears over ballooning consumer credit. The challenger bank's chief executive Jayne-Anne Gadhia told analysts today the company had conducted its own ...and more »
Recently rebranded Pepper Money hires London BDMMortgage StrategyPepper Money director of sales Rob Barnard says: “I'm delighted that someone of Phil's calibre is joining our team and his mortgage market knowledge and experience will enable him to make an immediate impact. I would like to wish him every success here ...and more »
Express.co.ukFamilies warned: Mortgage interest rates set to RISE as inflation hits five-year highExpress.co.uk... started pulling their record low mortgage deals, so prospective borrowers should try and take advantage now, and those already making repayments need to check what level of interest they're paying and whether they could save money by switching to ...How to survive the imminent squeeze facing consumersBelfast TelegraphInflation climbs to 3%Your Moneyall 125 news articles »
Reuters UKBritain's FTSE edges down, Merlin collapses on poor summer tradingReuters UKBritish challenger bank Virgin Money (VM.L) also shone after reporting gross mortgage lending of 6.5 billion pounds to the end of the third quarter and said it had seen robust customer demand due to low unemployment and a resilient housing market.and more »
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How Much Income Can You Take from Your Pension? - Morningstar

How Much Income Can You Take from Your Pension?MorningstarWall: So, there seems to be this 4% rule in the U.S., which means that you can draw down 4% of your pension pot for life and you'll never run out of money. And it seems to be a bit of an urban legend ... What are your findings about safe withdrawal ...
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Mortgage warning: two-year deals 'dangerous' as house prices ... - Telegraph.co.uk

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Mortgage warning: two-year deals 'dangerous' as house prices weaken and rates rise - Telegraph.co.uk

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Inflation isn't what it used to be — and we're poorer for it - Financial Times

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More than 15million Britons were hit by credit agency attack that was one of the worse security breaches in UK history - Daily Mail

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Why you must change your online banking password now | This is ... - This is Money

This is MoneyWhy you must change your online banking password now | This is ...This is MoneyTop cyber experts issued a warning, as Equifax revealed that 15.2 million personal records of Britons had details stolen in a U.S. hacking scandal in May — not ...and more »
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Why you must change your online banking password NOW: 15million personal records revealed to be victims of ... - This is Money

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Dan Hyde: Halt this pensions rip-off | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyDan Hyde: Halt this pensions rip-off | This is MoneyThis is MoneyA major pensions scandal is being overlooked by the authorities, who have thrown savers to the wolves instead of protecting them.and more »
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Why you must change your online banking password NOW: 15 million revealed to be victims of Equifax hacking - This is Money

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DAN HYDE: Halt this pensions rip-off... authorities need to protect savers not throw them to the wolves - This is Money

This is MoneyDAN HYDE: Halt this pensions rip-off... authorities need to protect savers not throw them to the wolvesThis is MoneyA major pensions scandal is being overlooked by the authorities, who have thrown savers to the wolves instead of protecting them. As Money Mail reveals here, our big pension providers have been caught helping themselves to oodles of our cash when they ...and more »
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Pension targets could help achieve 'decent retirement', says new report - The Independent

The IndependentPension targets could help achieve 'decent retirement', says new reportThe IndependentPension savers could be set targets to help them work out more easily whether they are on track for a decent retirement income, a report proposes. The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) said previous research it has carried out suggests ...and more »
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Pension targets could help achieve 'decent retirement', says new ... - The Independent

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Credit where credit's due - Metro Newspaper UK

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Mortgage rates for first-time buyers rising twice as fast as those for other borrowers - This is Money

This is MoneyMortgage rates for first-time buyers rising twice as fast as those for other borrowersThis is MoneyMortgage rates for first-time buyers are rising twice as fast as those for other borrowers. More than 20 banks and building societies have pulled their best mortgages since the Bank of England warned of an interest rate hike last month. Those with a ...
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As Government Scraps Mortgage Benefit, Pensioners 'Risk Home Repossession' - Finance News (press release)

Finance News (press release)As Government Scraps Mortgage Benefit, Pensioners 'Risk Home Repossession'Finance News (press release)A personal finance specialist at Royal London, Helen Morrissey, said that axing this represented a “massive policy shift.” She said that the responsibility was on the government to make sure that people received the advice that they needed on whether ...
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