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This is MoneyALEX BRUMMER: Philip Hammond needs a little wiggle room after his calamitous March budgetThis is MoneyThe 'triple lock' that guarantees retirees an increase in the state pension equal to averaging earnings, inflation or 2.5 per cent is set for the dustbin of history. The review of the 'triple lock' will not be completed before the election, but Hammond ...and more »
This is MoneyMPs press for end to frozen state pension 'injustice'This is MoneyLabour is to include a pledge to unfreeze expats' state pensions in its election manifesto, but the Tory Government defended existing policy in a House of Commons debate this week. Cross-party calls by MPs to start giving 550,000 British pensioners ...and more »
This is MoneyMPs press for end to frozen state pension 'injustice' | This is MoneyThis is MoneyLabour is to include a pledge to unfreeze expat state pensions in its election manifesto, but the Tory Government defended existing policy in a House of ...and more »
This is MoneyMPs rail against frozen state pension 'injustice' in Commons, and Labour pledges to support 550000 elderly expats in ...This is MoneyLabour is to include a pledge to unfreeze expats' state pensions in its election manifesto, but the Tory Government defended existing policy in a House of Commons debate this week. Cross-party calls by MPs to start giving 550,000 British pensioners ...and more »
New StatesmanTheresa May defies the right by maintaining 0.7% aid pledgeNew StatesmanBut she added: "What we need to do, though, is to look at how that money will be spent, and make sure that we are able to spend that money in the most effective way." May has left open the possibility that the UK could abandon the OECD definition of ...and more »
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Decorated Navy SEAL has been moonlighting as porn star - Daily Mail

Daily MailDecorated Navy SEAL has been moonlighting as porn starDaily MailEight months away from retirement, Schmidt's rank and pension are now at stake as the Navy investigates whether he violated rules by not getting official approval for his side job. While Schmidt declined to comment for the Union-Tribune's article, his ...and more »
(14-04-2017)

A financial adviser shares the 3 most common mistakes new college grads make with their money - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKA financial adviser shares the 3 most common mistakes new college grads make with their moneyBusiness Insider UK"However, just be careful of the balance that you're holding, because if you're not making very much and you're spending a few hundred dollars in credit card payments every month, that's money that could be in your pocket to support your lifestyle." ...and more »
(14-04-2017)

A financial adviser shares the 3 most common mistakes new college grads make with their money - Business Insider

Business InsiderA financial adviser shares the 3 most common mistakes new college grads make with their moneyBusiness Insider"However, just be careful of the balance that you're holding, because if you're not making very much and you're spending a few hundred dollars in credit card payments every month, that's money that could be in your pocket to support your lifestyle." ...and more »
(14-04-2017)

Disability benefits: PIPs assessment firms 'to get extra £200m' - BBC News

BBC NewsDisability benefits: PIPs assessment firms 'to get extra £200m'BBC NewsThe UK government had estimated that Atos and Capita would earn £512m for Personal Independence Payments (PIPs) assessments between 2013 and 2017. But analysis by the Press ... Money is allocated according to a points system and a person's eligibility ...DWP asked disability benefit claimant why she had not killed herselfThe IndependentDWP accused of 'rewarding failure' over 'extortionate' benefit assessors payoutsBelfast Telegraphall 14 news articles »
(14-04-2017)

Money Doctor: Why pensions are a taxing matter - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordMoney Doctor: Why pensions are a taxing matterScottish Daily RecordYou also need to be aware that although current rules allow money to be taken from pensions at age 55 this particular rule applies in the main to personal pensions. It may be that your husband is allowed to retire at 55, and this is true of most if not ...
(14-04-2017)

Five pension tax mistakes that could hit YOUR nest egg - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukFive pension tax mistakes that could hit YOUR nest eggExpress.co.ukHOME · News · Showbiz & TV · Sport · Comment · Finance · Travel · Entertainment · Life & Style · City & Business · Personal Finance · Retirement · The Crusader · Home · Finance · Personal Finance; Five pension tax mistakes that could hit YOUR nest egg ...
(14-04-2017)

Mary Holm: A teen with thousands in the bank - New Zealand Herald

Mary Holm: A teen with thousands in the bankNew Zealand HeraldAs it turns out, roughly half the contributions I made to the UK state pension scheme were made voluntarily while I was working overseas. So after reading your column, I wrote to MSD asking if I had been underpaid and, if so, could my pension be ...
(14-04-2017)

DWP accused of 'rewarding failure' over 'extortionate' benefit assessors payouts - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphDWP accused of 'rewarding failure' over 'extortionate' benefit assessors payoutsBelfast TelegraphLabour accused the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) of "rewarding failure" by Atos and Capita, which appear set to be paid more than £700 million for their five-year contracts. This compares with an original estimate of £512 million for the ...DWP asked disability benefit claimant why she had not killed herselfThe Independentall 12 news articles »
(14-04-2017)

DWP asked disability benefit claimant why she had not killed herself - The Independent

The IndependentDWP asked disability benefit claimant why she had not killed herselfThe IndependentAlice Kirby, who also has physical disabilities, accused the Department for Work and Pensions of “institutional abuse” as she spoke about her experience trying to claim Personal Independence Payment (PIP). The claim comes as new figures show private ...Disability benefits: PIPs assessment firms 'to get extra £200m'BBC NewsDWP accused of 'rewarding failure' over 'extortionate' benefit assessors payoutsBelfast Telegraphall 14 news articles »
(13-04-2017)

DWP accused of 'rewarding failure' over 'extortionate' benefit assessors payouts - AOL UK

AOL UKDWP accused of 'rewarding failure' over 'extortionate' benefit assessors payoutsAOL UKPrivate companies carrying out controversial assessments for disability benefits are set to bank millions of pounds more than was budgeted for in their contracts, new figures suggest. Labour accused the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) of ...DWP asked disability benefit claimant why she had not killed herselfThe Independentall 11 news articles »
(13-04-2017)

Couple saved £180k by paying off their mortgage in just nine years… and here's how you can too - The Sun

The SunCouple saved £180k by paying off their mortgage in just nine years… and here's how you can tooThe SunThe thrifty pair, who will appear in upcoming Channel 4 series How to Be Mortgage Free, hosted by Sarah Beeny, then paid for their home in under a decade by over-paying up to £3,000 a month. Though it came at a cost – the ... We had to think of ...
(13-04-2017)

Who's afraid of the pensions regulator? - Financial Director

Who's afraid of the pensions regulator?Financial DirectorGiven some of the headlines about company pension schemes associated with major corporate takeovers and mergers, finance directors need to be on the front foot in terms of understanding what might give rise to such a pensions regulator intervention ...
(13-04-2017)

Banks cracking down on lending after borrowing binge, survey finds - The Guardian

The GuardianBanks cracking down on lending after borrowing binge, survey findsThe GuardianWorried lenders are starting to put the brakes on Britain's consumer borrowing binge and plan to get tougher on credit card users, according to a Bank of England survey. Its poll of all the main high street lenders showed they had cut access to credit ...Banks to crack down on credit card borrowing: Concerns over soaring personal debts amid economic uncertaintyThis is Moneyall 19 news articles »
(13-04-2017)

Banks to crack down on credit card borrowing: Concerns over soaring personal debts amid economic uncertainty - This is Money

The GuardianBanks to crack down on credit card borrowing: Concerns over soaring personal debts amid economic uncertaintyThis is MoneyBanks and building societies will make it harder for households to take on credit as they expect to 'significantly' tighten the credit scoring criteria for people asking for loans and especially for credit cards in the second quarter. ... at bay is to ...Banks cracking down on lending after borrowing binge, survey findsThe GuardianU.K. Lenders Make It Harder to Borrow Money After BOE WarningsBloombergLenders planning to tighten credit card borrowing criteriashropshirestar.comall 13 news articles »
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Do the UK's self-employed lack a retirement strategy? - Money Observer

Do the UK's self-employed lack a retirement strategy?Money ObserverSelf-invested personal pensions (Sipps) are one way for those who are self-employed to build up their pension funds and to create retirement drawdown portfolios which they can use to provide income when they stop working. Investors get full tax relief ...and more »
(13-04-2017)
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