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How Will 'Brexit' Affect Your Personal Finances?MorningstarMorningstar's "Perspectives" series features investment insights from third-party contributors. Here, Nick Green from Unbiased.co.uk - the body that promotes independent financial advice - looks at the potential effect of Brexit on people's personal ...and more »
Financial TimesBrexit — how will pensions be affected?Financial TimesOver the past two years, hundreds of thousands of pension savers have shifted their money into “income drawdown” as they took advantage of new freedoms to take their pension cash as they wished. “The key message is to do nothing unless you have to,” ...and more »
The Conversation UKFour ways Brexit will hit personal financesThe Conversation UKUncertainty while markets adjust and firms decide how to respond means the UK stock market is likely to be volatile for some time. Anyone who has recently retired and opted to take an income using drawdown (periodic cashing in of a pension fund still ...and more »
Brexit heralds 2020 state pension crunch timeCitywire.co.uk... heralds 2020 state pension crunch time. State pension predicted to come under severe pressure in 2020 as impact of EU exit on UK's demographics takes its toll. ... 'My guess is that in 2020 we will see smaller state pensions or we will see an ...
'Brexit' heralds 2020 state pension crunch timeCitywire.co.uk... heralds 2020 state pension crunch time. State pension predicted to come under severe pressure in 2020 as impact of EU exit on UK's demographics takes its toll. ... 'My guess is that in 2020 we will see smaller state pensions or we will see an ...
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Philip Green reportedly took delivery of £46m jet before BHS collapse - DIGITALLOOK

DIGITALLOOKPhilip Green reportedly took delivery of £46m jet before BHS collapseDIGITALLOOKThe Gulfstream G650ER was believed to have been delivered to the UK in early April, the Sun on Sunday tabloid newspaper reported citing an unnamed source. BHS was placed into administration in April with a £571m black hole in its pension fund. Up to 11 ...and more »
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Carl Lamb: Was the big adviser professionalism push for nothing? - Money Marketing

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Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis: How to vote in the EU referendum - Mirror.co.uk

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Swizz Air! Budget airlines face class action lawsuit seeking refunds for thousands hit by the cost of hidden extras - This is Money

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Virgin Money to launch proc fee and simpler product switching - Mortgage Strategy

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From property to petrol, the eight ways your financial life could change if Britain votes to quit the EU this week - This is Money

This is MoneyFrom property to petrol, the eight ways your financial life could change if Britain votes to quit the EU this weekThis is MoneyWorries over the world economy have once more pushed back the outlook for when interest rates will rise, which in turn has pushed down the cost of borrowing on the money markets for banks. This has led to a new raft of mortgage rate cuts as lenders ...and more »
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From property to petrol, the eight ways your financial life could change if Britain votes to quit the EU this week - This is Money

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Asking prices for homes in England and Wales rise to record high - The Guardian

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Western Mail letters: Monday, June 20, 2016 - WalesOnline

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10 years after housing bubble, damage lingers for minorities - Daily Mail

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Crashing bond yields: what it means for the economy, your pension and investments - Telegraph.co.uk

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Decade after housing peaked: Owners richer, renters hurting - Daily Mail

Daily MailDecade after housing peaked: Owners richer, renters hurtingDaily MailThe residue of the housing bubble also remains achingly visible in Las Vegas, where the gamble of no-money-down, interest-only mortgages ignited a rush of construction in 2006 that led to mass foreclosures. Vegas recovered slowly. Tourists returned to ...and more »
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Three things your clients may call you about this week ... - Professional Adviser

Professional AdviserThree things your clients may call you about this week ...Professional Adviser... mortgages, holidays, investments, savings, pensions and jobs and, while on first reading it seemed a pretty balanced summary of how a vote to leave the European Union could affect the UK's personal finances, the comments section left your ...and more »
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An Evening with Charlie Sheen, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane: 'We're all laughing at Sheen again - for the right reasons' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukAn Evening with Charlie Sheen, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane: 'We're all laughing at Sheen again - for the right reasons'Telegraph.co.uk"An evening with Charlie Sheen used to cost me money," said the 50-year-old actor at the beginning of this raucous interview with Piers Morgan. ... One moment he was recalling the time he lost his virginity to a Las Vegas prostitute, which he paid for ...and more »
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Could British EU exit be watershed for global economy? - Omaha World-Herald

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