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Your MoneyBank of Mum and Dad: how to help your children on the property ladderYour MoneyWhen gifting money to children for a house deposit, inheritance tax (IHT) needs to be taken into account. Donors must live for seven years after giving the gift to remain exempt from IHT, however there are strict rules on the size of monetary gifts ...
The GuardianFirst-timers face paying nearly 50% more than other buyers for UK homesThe GuardianFor loans granted in 2016, 22% of first-time buyers will be over 65 when they finally repay their mortgage. First-time buyers are not the only ones borrowing over longer periods. The FCA said the most common mortgage term has traditionally been 25 ...and more »
The GuardianFirst-timers face paying nearly 50% more than other buyers for UK ...The GuardianFCA says new buyers may pay far more interest as they have to take out longer mortgages than previous generations.FCA data shows first-time buyer recovery following 2008 slumpMoney Marketingall 7 news articles »
Mirror.co.ukOne in four 16 to 17 year olds offered credit cards - but it's actually against the lawMirror.co.ukMillions of young Brits are in danger of stepping into adulthood in debt, with one in four under-18s being tempted into credit cards before they can legally accept it. A quarter of 16-and-17-year-olds said they'd been offered a credit card or had ...
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How credit cards changed the way we spend - BBC News

BBC NewsHow credit cards changed the way we spendBBC NewsA few years ago, two researchers from MIT, Drazen Prelec and Duncan Simester, ran an experiment to test whether credit cards made us more relaxed about spending money. They allowed two groups of subjects to bid in an auction to buy tickets for popular ...and more »
(04-12-2017)

Teenage workers may be forced into pension plans - The Times

The TimesTeenage workers may be forced into pension plansThe TimesThe government is likely to be cautious about extending auto-enrolment to the self-employed because it would lead to deductions from their take-home pay. There would also be technical difficulties. One suggestion has been that self-employed people ...
(04-12-2017)

It's still weird to make mobile payments in the US. Here's why - CNET

CNETIt's still weird to make mobile payments in the US. Here's whyCNETThe US has adopted this a lot more slowly, despite promises otherwise, because plenty of people still have older swipe-style credit cards. In the US, it also gets a lot uglier because the terminals always seem half-broken... or disabled. I walked to a ...and more »
(03-12-2017)

How to save LOTS of money this winter - using five easy tricks - Coventry Telegraph

Coventry TelegraphHow to save LOTS of money this winter - using five easy tricksCoventry TelegraphWith prices rising, cards which offer cashback can help to take some of the pressure off when it comes to paying bills. But research from Moneyfacts.co.uk has found shoppers will find that interest-free deals on credit cards have been shrinking over ...
(03-12-2017)

BRITISH STEEL PENSION scheme: act to secure the best deal before deadline - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBRITISH STEEL PENSION scheme: act to secure the best deal before deadlineExpress.co.uk“The best option will depend on whether you are receiving a pension already, the size of your pension, time to retirement and your other pension benefits,” advises Cracknell. Members are believed to be finding it difficult to understand the booklet ...
(03-12-2017)

Five minute guide to cashing in on the santa rally - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukFive minute guide to cashing in on the santa rallyExpress.co.ukA third of UK wealth managers are shifting client money into cash in anticipation of a correction, a survey by Legg Mason Global Asset Management has found. However, others are more optimistic, noting that the IMF recently upgraded global GDP growth ...
(03-12-2017)

'Sometimes I wake up and I can't move': Woman with chronic MS refused disability benefits by DWP - The Independent

The Independent'Sometimes I wake up and I can't move': Woman with chronic MS refused disability benefits by DWPThe IndependentDespite all this – which she manages to hold up her job as a student veterinary nurse – Aliie gets no disability benefit from the Government, after an assessor for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) decided she didn't qualify for financial ...
(03-12-2017)

Renting in retirement: How feasible is it? - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsRenting in retirement: How feasible is it? - BBC NewsBBC NewsWithin 15 years, retirees who are renting may have to pay up to 42% of their income, according to a new study.and more »
(03-12-2017)

Renting in retirement: How feasible is it? - BBC News

BBC NewsRenting in retirement: How feasible is it?BBC NewsHome ownership can be a thing of beauty. Just as you don a pair of fur-lined slippers and spend more time on the golf course, you find you have paid off your mortgage. For the rest of your life, accommodation is effectively free. But this utopian model ...and more »
(03-12-2017)

Sir Brian Souter: unlock pension cash to invest in our children's future - The Times

The TimesSir Brian Souter: unlock pension cash to invest in our children's futureThe TimesIn 2006, the typical UK pension scheme invested more than 60% in equities and less than 30% in gilts and bonds. Roll forward 10 years and the position is reversed: the typical scheme now holds less than 30% in equities, while more than 50% is held in ...
(03-12-2017)

The law may value their love at last, after 26 years - The Times

The law may value their love at last, after 26 yearsThe TimesThe marriage allowance lets a person with low or no income transfer up to £1,150 of their unused personal allowance — the amount that can be earned without paying income tax — to his or her wife, husband or civil partner. It is worth up to £230 a ...
(03-12-2017)

Seven shares that give you money off books, bags and beer - The Times

Seven shares that give you money off books, bags and beerThe TimesA few companies, such as Groupe Eurotunnel and InterContinental Hotels, do not grant any shareholder perks to those who buy through a nominee account. In a further complication, you will be ineligible with some brands if you buy your shares through a ...
(03-12-2017)

'My cryptocurrency investment has gone up 40% in a month': Will the £8000 Bitcoin be a Christmas cracker? - This is Money

This is Money'My cryptocurrency investment has gone up 40% in a month': Will the £8000 Bitcoin be a Christmas cracker?This is MoneyCryptocurrencies can now be purchased from specialist exchanges such as Coinbase, Kraken, Bittylicious and Bitstamp. You can usually pay for the currency by credit or debit card or bank transfer. Exchanges are likely to make a charge for each purchase ...and more »
(02-12-2017)

Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis reveals how you can beat low interest rates AND pay off your mortgage - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukMoney Saving Expert Martin Lewis reveals how you can beat low interest rates AND pay off your mortgageMirror.co.ukAround 2million people have mortgages at lenders' standard variable rates (SVR) – this typically means paying 4-5% interest and many of these have gone up this week as lenders waited until December 1 to implement November's UK base rate rise. As ...and more »
(02-12-2017)

Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis reveals how you can beat low ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukMoney Saving Expert Martin Lewis reveals how you can beat low ...Mirror.co.ukEven locking your money away in five-year fix savings account pays just 2.5%, so what other options are there for those frustrated with low interest rates?and more »
(02-12-2017)
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