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This is MoneyLoyal homeowners paying £300 a year more for their loan: Six of the ten top lenders charge existing customers higher ...This is MoneyA Money Mail investigation found that six of Britain's ten largest mortgage lenders charge their own customers higher rates than those switching from another lender. They are Halifax, Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander, Virgin Money, Yorkshire Building ...
This is MoneyHuge rise in pensioners starting new mortgages: Number of over 70s borrowers jumps 75% in five yearsThis is MoneyThe number of borrowers in their 70s taking out mortgages has jumped by 75 per cent to 16,000 in the past five years. They now account for nearly a fifth of all lending to borrowers aged 55 and over, up from 10 per cent five years ago. Experts say many ...
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Millions of Nationwide customers can earn up to £500 by referring ... - The Sun

The SunMillions of Nationwide customers can earn up to £500 by referring ...The SunNATIONWIDE has extended its “refer a friend” scheme to give all mortgage, current account and savings customers the chance to earn up to £500 for ...Nationwide extends 'recommend a friend' scheme - and now you ...Mirror.co.ukall 3 news articles »
(23-06-2017)

Millions of Nationwide customers can earn up to £500 by referring friends – here's how - The Sun

The SunMillions of Nationwide customers can earn up to £500 by referring friends – here's howThe SunNATIONWIDE has extended its “refer a friend” scheme to give all mortgage, current account and savings customers the chance to earn up to £500 for recommending friends to the building society. ... Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 78 24516 ...Nationwide extends 'recommend a friend' scheme - and now you can earn £500 a yearMirror.co.ukall 3 news articles »
(23-06-2017)

The graph that shows how we've all been getting poorer – since 1956 - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe graph that shows how we've all been getting poorer – since 1956Telegraph.co.ukOf all the worries ahead, the lack of any radical plans to expand homeownership in Britain – not by making more cheap mortgage money available, as we've seen in the past, but by building vastly more homes – is one of the biggest. Not because this ...
(23-06-2017)

Brexit anniversary: British economy faces more pain - CTV News

CTV NewsBrexit anniversary: British economy faces more painCTV News"You could have bought any major currency - even the Turkish lira - against the pound that day and be significantly in the money today," quipped Kit Juckes, a strategist at French bank Societe Generale. In the year since the vote, it's fallen further ...and more »
(23-06-2017)

Holidaymakers suffer 'daylight robbery' paying on card machines - Travel Weekly UK

Travel Weekly UKHolidaymakers suffer 'daylight robbery' paying on card machinesTravel Weekly UKA report says the cost of using credit and debit cards overseas is more than £1 billion a year. It also estimates that tourists bring back £2 billion in leftover currency each year. Travellers spent £10.5 billion on debit and £9.9 billion on credit ...
(23-06-2017)

Santander offers high-tech option of video link with mortgage adviser - AOL UK

AOL UKSantander offers high-tech option of video link with mortgage adviserAOL UKA service enabling people to apply for a mortgage via video link is being rolled out by Santander. Following a pilot project last year, the bank is now launching its mortgage video service in 63 branches across the UK, which are being equipped with the ...Get a mortgage by video: Banking giant Santander is latest to launch online interviews for home loansThis is Moneyall 5 news articles »
(23-06-2017)

What Brexit has cost us – one year on from the historic vote to leave the EU - Mirror.co.uk

GOOD MagazineWhat Brexit has cost us – one year on from the historic vote to leave the EUMirror.co.ukMoneyfacts.co.uk calculates the average two-year fixed-rate mortgage now charges 2.27% interest, down from 2.58% a year ago. ... That's because, while the FTSE 100 is priced in pounds, many of the companies in it make most of their money overseas.The EU Made British Food Sexy. Will Brexit Bring Boring Back?GOOD Magazineall 1,258 news articles »
(23-06-2017)

Saver spent eight months fearing £4000 of his retirement pot had vanished until This is Money got pension firm to ... - This is Money

This is MoneySaver spent eight months fearing £4000 of his retirement pot had vanished until This is Money got pension firm to ...This is MoneyIn several letters sent to Mr Walker by NOW and seen by This is Money, the pension firm said it needed to agree with his employer that all relevant information had been presented before his personal records could be updated. In one letter dated last ...and more »
(23-06-2017)

NOW: Pensions chief executive sorts out issue and says sorry the day after This is Money takes up case - This is Money

This is MoneyNOW: Pensions chief executive sorts out issue and says sorry the day after This is Money takes up caseThis is MoneyIn several letters sent to Mr Walker by NOW and seen by This is Money, the pension firm said it needed to agree with his employer that all relevant information had been presented before his personal records could be updated. In one letter dated last ...and more »
(23-06-2017)

NOW: Pensions takes eight months to say it's got a £4k pot | This is ... - This is Money

This is MoneyNOW: Pensions takes eight months to say it's got a £4k pot | This is ...This is MoneyA saver has hit out at bungled admin at NOW: Pensions after nearly £4,000 of his contributions apparently vanished and he was unable to track them down for ...and more »
(23-06-2017)

Saver spent eight months fearing £4000 of his retirement pot had vanished until we got pension firm to finally track ... - This is Money

This is MoneySaver spent eight months fearing £4000 of his retirement pot had vanished until we got pension firm to finally track ...This is MoneyIn several letters sent to Mr Walker by NOW and seen by This is Money, the pension firm said it needed to agree with his employer that all relevant information had been presented before his personal records could be updated. In one letter dated last ...and more »
(23-06-2017)

Is now a good time to buy a property? - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukIs now a good time to buy a property?Citywire.co.ukOnce you've made the decision to buy then overpay the mortgage as quickly as you can. Just because the term of your mortgage says 25, 30 or even 35 years, you don't have to take that long to clear it. You can overpay your mortgage - meaning you can ...
(23-06-2017)

Case study: Even a financial officer can fall for a predatory savings scheme - The National

Case study: Even a financial officer can fall for a predatory savings schemeThe NationalTim had dealt with his company before in the Far East, when it had transferred his UK pension into a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme. He agreed to invest $5,500 a month for the term of the plan, which he was later persuaded to increase to ...
(23-06-2017)

10 ways to protect yourself against ballooning inflation - Financial Times

Financial Times10 ways to protect yourself against ballooning inflationFinancial TimesThe US economist Milton Friedman once said “inflation is taxation without legislation” and the latest rise will hit the pockets of many British consumers who are already struggling to cope with the cost of living. UK inflation hit 2.9 per cent in May ...and more »
(23-06-2017)

Major UK cities see growth in house prices - AOL UK Money - AOL UK

AOL UKMajor UK cities see growth in house prices - AOL UK MoneyAOL UKHouse prices across the UK's major cities have recorded their strongest quarterly growth for three years, according to property analysts Hometrack.Despite ...Revealed: The cities with the greatest growth in house pricesYour Moneyall 15 news articles »
(22-06-2017)
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