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The RegisterMargaret Hodge's book outlines 'mind boggling' UK public sector wasteThe RegisterFrom that bird's eye perspective, she witnessed "mind-boggling waste of taxpayers' money right across government,” which she documents in her new book Called to Account: How Corporate Bad Behaviour and Government Waste Combine to Cost us Millions ...
Business Insider UKAtom Bank is raising £100 million and getting into mortgagesBusiness Insider UKApp-only challenger bank is raising £100 million ($129.6 million) from its shareholders to break into mortgages, according to Sky News. The fintech startup, which opened to customers earlier this year, reportedly wants to raise money funds so it has ...and more »
The Week UKHouse prices: 'Selfish' baby boomers would give up rises to help youngThe Week UKResearch by the Intergenerational Foundation claims the UK's oft-cited housing crisis is having an effect on social cohesion, with young people moving into the cities and older homeowners becoming isolated in the suburbs. The number of neighbourhoods ...and more »
Spectator.co.uk (blog)Financial scams, savings, pensions and investmentSpectator.co.uk (blog)Financial scams, savings, pensions and investment. Helen Nugent. Money ... Moneyfacts.co.uk says that by making use of the Current Account Switch Guarantee (which has been in force for three years this month), spenders and savers alike could earn up to ...Financial fraud incidents up 53 per cent in first half of 2016 : Financial Fraud Action UKFinancial Fraud Action UKall 70 news articles »
Evening StandardRetirement planning: Should I be saving for my pension in my 20s and how do I do it?Evening StandardPut bluntly, if you don't have a job with a decent pension scheme, or some kind of money-spinning property portfolio by now, chances are you'll be feeling screwed by your retirement. And to make matters worse, articles about young people's retirement ...and more »
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Rail fares, holiday visas, housing and pensions - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Rail fares, holiday visas, housing and pensionsSpectator.co.uk (blog)Train operators say rail travel is better value for money than running a car. The Government ... Since the UK voted to leave the EU, gilt yields have plunged amid expectations for lower economic growth and a splurge of stimulus from the Bank of England ...and more »
(12-09-2016)

THE MONEY FILE: Overpay on mortgages and you'll be better off ... - South Wales Argus

South Wales ArgusTHE MONEY FILE: Overpay on mortgages and you'll be better off ...South Wales ArgusDO you have a mortgage and savings? If so, it's almost certain this is the moment to change strategy. Saving rates are dire and getting worse.…Martin Lewis: Urgently check NOW to see if you could save money ...Express.co.ukall 1 news articles »
(12-09-2016)

THE MONEY FILE: Overpay on mortgages and you'll be better off - South Wales Argus

South Wales ArgusTHE MONEY FILE: Overpay on mortgages and you'll be better offSouth Wales ArgusIt's now been over a month since the Bank of England cut UK base rates from 0.5% to 0.25%. Since then we've gradually seen savings account after savings account slash its interest – for example NatWest's cash ... Instead of saving, overpay £250/mth on ...Martin Lewis: Urgently check NOW to see if you could gain £10000 on your mortgageExpress.co.ukall 1 news articles »
(12-09-2016)

Pensions dashboard will be ready by spring 2017 - FT Adviser

Pensions dashboard will be ready by spring 2017FT AdviserAviva, Aon, HSBC, LV, Nest, Now: Pensions, People's Pension, Royal London, Standard Life, Zurich and Willis Towers Watson will work together to build the first pension dashboard prototype of its kind in the UK. Additionally, the Association of British ...and more »
(12-09-2016)

First-time buyers hit by Brexit as high-value mortgages dry up - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFirst-time buyers hit by Brexit as high-value mortgages dry upTelegraph.co.ukAldermore cut the rate on its Help to Buy mortgage from 6.09pc to 4.98pc, and Virgin Money cut its five-year Help to Buy fixed rate to 4.39pc. Nationwide also launched a two-year ... Email moneyexpert@telegraph.co.uk. The best of the answers are ...Difficult times ahead for first-time buyersmoneyfacts.co.ukall 22 news articles »
(12-09-2016)

Retirement freedoms result in pension paralysis - FT Adviser

Retirement freedoms result in pension paralysisFT AdviserCoupled with economic uncertainty and conflicting financial priorities, this is creating a kind of pension paralysis where most employees end up in the default option”. Martin Bamford, managing director at Informed Choice, said: “We often come across ...and more »
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Retirement freedoms result in pension paralysis - FTAdviser.com - FT Adviser

Retirement freedoms result in pension paralysis - FTAdviser.comFT AdviserStudy analysed the approach and behaviour of almost 2000 UK workers to saving for retirement.and more »
(12-09-2016)

Martin Lewis: Urgently check NOW to see if you could save money ... - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukMartin Lewis: Urgently check NOW to see if you could save money ...Express.co.ukMARTIN LEWIS talks mortgages, savings and how to make the most of your money with some seriously savvy moves.THE MONEY FILE: Overpay on mortgages and you'll be better offSouth Wales Argusall 1 news articles »
(12-09-2016)

Martin Lewis: Urgently check NOW to see if you could gain £10000 on your mortgage - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukMartin Lewis: Urgently check NOW to see if you could gain £10000 on your mortgageExpress.co.ukI want to urge you to urgently check now if you'd be far better off simply overpaying your mortgage instead – the gains can be in the £10,000s. It's now been over a month since the Bank of England cut UK base rates from 0.5% to 0.25%. Since then we've ...THE MONEY FILE: Overpay on mortgages and you'll be better offSouth Wales Argusall 1 news articles »
(12-09-2016)

NM Rothschild facing embarrassing lawsuit from four British pensioners - This is Money

This is MoneyNM Rothschild facing embarrassing lawsuit from four British pensionersThis is MoneyBlue-blooded bank NM Rothschild is facing an embarrassing lawsuit from four British pensioners who claim it mistreated them over mortgages. The investment house lent them cash worth up to 75 per cent of the value of their Spanish homes, it is alleged ...and more »
(11-09-2016)

NM Rothschild facing embarrassing lawsuit from four British ... - This is Money

This is MoneyNM Rothschild facing embarrassing lawsuit from four British ...This is MoneyIt lent them cash worth up to 75 per cent of the value of their Spanish homes, it is alleged, with the proceeds then invested in an insurance company. The aim ...and more »
(11-09-2016)

NM Rothschild facing embarrassing lawsuit from four British pensioners who claim it mistreated them over mortgages - This is Money

This is MoneyNM Rothschild facing embarrassing lawsuit from four British pensioners who claim it mistreated them over mortgagesThis is MoneyBlue-blooded bank NM Rothschild is facing an embarrassing lawsuit from four British pensioners who claim it mistreated them over mortgages. The investment house lent them cash worth up to 75 per cent of the value of their Spanish homes, it is alleged ...and more »
(11-09-2016)

Man used credit card belonging to abducted Montana mother Rita ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailMan used credit card belonging to abducted Montana mother Rita ...Daily MailThis is the man who used the credit card belonging to abducted Montana mother Rita Maze on the day she disappeared, according to a gas station attendant ...and more »
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Man used credit card belonging to abducted Montana mother Rita Maze on day she disappeared - Daily Mail

Daily MailMan used credit card belonging to abducted Montana mother Rita Maze on day she disappearedDaily MailHer credit card was first used at an Exxon gas station in Kingston, Idaho, (pictured) ... She added: 'She had no money worries – her daughter's wedding was paid for. ... 4.16pm: Rita Maze's bank card is used at a convenience store in Kingston, Idaho. 8 ...and more »
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Britain's biggest landlord sells half his buy-to-let property empire - Financial Times

Financial TimesBritain's biggest landlord sells half his buy-to-let property empireFinancial TimesBritain's biggest landlord sells half his buy-to-let property empire. Emma Dunkley. Share. Print; Clip; Gift Article ... sold to overseas buyers and about 50 to tenants. The launch of the buy-to-let mortgage in the mid-1990s enabled the Wilsons to ...Property tycoon says 'age of amateur landlord is over'Money Marketingall 7 news articles »
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