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The IndependentCharges loom for in-credit bankingThe IndependentAs part of an update of its terms and conditions for UK business accounts in February, HSBC told customers that it reserves the right to apply negative interest to foreign currency deposits when the base rate for that currency goes below 0%. It does ...First Brexit, now this: British companies could be forced to pay to put their money in the bankQuartzWhat would negative interest rates mean for your savings?Telegraph.co.ukJust when you thought it couldn't get worse... Banks plan NEGATIVE interest ratesMirror.co.ukThe Week UK -Daily Mail -The Guardian -BBC Newsall 86 news articles »
The Week UKRBS fires warning shot to Bank of England over negative interest ratesThe Week UKIf rates are cut it could have a knock-on affect on pensions. “A cut in base rate reduces returns on cash and encourages some investors to switch money to bonds or shares, driving their prices higher and cutting yields,” says Spence. “Those whose ...and more »
Mortgage StrategyWhy Investors Are Too Wary of Some Brexit BlowsWall Street JournalVirgin Money is at the sharp-end of Brexit risks: a smaller, upstart bank almost entirely focused on mortgages, 18% of which are riskier buy-to-let loans. It is gaining market share and took 13% of U.K. net new mortgage lending in the first half ...Virgin Money's pre-tax profit up 53%Mortgage StrategyVirgin Money profits boom as customers splurge on credit cardsTelegraph.co.ukVirgin Money CEO: More Mortgages Paid Down Post-BrexitYahoo Finance UKFT Adviser -Financial Times -Evening Standardall 27 news articles »
The Northern Echo (registration)UPDATED: Virgin Money hails excellent first half of years as mortgages and credit cards drive growthThe Northern Echo (registration)A CHALLENGER bank has hailed its untapped potential after homeowners' ambitions to climb the property ladder and shoppers' retail cravings remained undimmed by the Brexit vote. Virgin Money says there are no limits on what it can achieve after greater ...
The GuardianWhere to put £1000 in a world of negative interest ratesThe GuardianBut in finance you don't get this sort of return without lots of risk; China, Sweden and the US have already seen peer-to-peer companies collapse, and in the UK if anything goes wrong you're in the cold. There is no safety net if the company goes bust ...
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UK house prices surged in the month before Brexit vote, figures show - The Guardian

The GuardianUK house prices surged in the month before Brexit vote, figures showThe GuardianThe Office for National Statistics figures were taken before the Brexit vote, and based on mortgage completions, so are regarded as a lagging indicator for the economy. Andrew Bridges, managing director of ... “Sky-high rents are leaving millions of ...
(19-07-2016)

PFRDA favours early disbursal of commission amount for bank correspondents - Economic Times

PFRDA favours early disbursal of commission amount for bank correspondentsEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: Pension Fund and Regulatory Authority of India has suggested that the government should release quickly the commission money for bank correspondents endorsing products under Atal Pension Yojana as it will act as an incentive for them.and more »
(19-07-2016)

Govt should ban cold-callers to save pensioners, AJ Bell - Professional Adviser

Professional AdviserGovt should ban cold-callers to save pensioners, AJ BellProfessional AdviserUnregulated investments tend to use small self-administered schemes (SSAS) and self-invested personal pensions (SIPP) as a vehicle with which to invest the pension funds. For instance, last autumn Professional Adviser heard from an IFA trying to halt a ...
(19-07-2016)

Middle-income families in UK resemble the poor of years past, says IFS - The Guardian

The GuardianMiddle-income families in UK resemble the poor of years past, says IFSThe GuardianPlunging levels of home ownership and an increased reliance on state benefits to top up salaries have meant that Britain's middle-income families increasingly look like the poor households of the past, according to one of the UK's leading thinktanks. A ...and more »
(19-07-2016)

Holidaymakers left out of pocket after Lowcostholidays collapse: What to do next and how to stay safe when booking a ... - This is Money

This is MoneyHolidaymakers left out of pocket after Lowcostholidays collapse: What to do next and how to stay safe when booking a ...This is Money... the booking. As This is Money has pointed out for years, any transactions over £100 on a credit card give customers extra protection against companies failing to provide services. ... Atol is a UK-based protection scheme run by the Civil Aviation ...Customers of collapsed tour operator may get £8 each in compensationThe Guardianall 23 news articles »
(19-07-2016)

Mother forced her children to undergo gastric surgery to claim £375k in benefits - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMother forced her children to undergo gastric surgery to claim £375k in benefitsTelegraph.co.ukA mother who forced her children to undergo painful gastric surgery to help her claim £375,000 worth of benefits has been convicted of child cruelty. The 43-year-old parent claimed her children were suffering from a number of serious health conditions ...and more »
(19-07-2016)

Fraudster 'most wanted' list released by taskforce - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKFraudster 'most wanted' list released by taskforceAOL Money UKPolice have released details and photos of 10 'wanted' fraudsters. They are believed to have committed £20 million worth of fraud between them. Their crimes range from a Bollywood producer who claimed £4.5 million from the taxman for films that were ...The UK's 10 most wanted alleged fraudstersThe IndependentUK's Most Wanted Alleged Con-Artists NamedHeartTen Most Wanted Fraudsters named, including '£100k roofing conman'Birmingham Mailall 31 news articles »
(19-07-2016)

Payment by wristband will overtake credit cards, NI tech conference told - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphPayment by wristband will overtake credit cards, NI tech conference toldBelfast TelegraphMr Sievewright addressed the World Credit Union Conference in Belfast. He said: "We are now talking about moving money through technology that we wear. "Just imagine that phone that we had back in 1994 which now fits very well into our pockets, wallets ...and more »
(19-07-2016)

The pre-payday pinch: how to manage your finances - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)The pre-payday pinch: how to manage your financesSpectator.co.uk (blog)Is payday merely a blip in the month, a day where you make your minimum credit card repayment, settle the mortgage, buy groceries and keep you fingers crossed that you'll survive another few weeks? ... Findings from Understanding the Near Prime Market ...and more »
(19-07-2016)

Here's How to Brexit-Proof Your Pension Savings - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UKHere's How to Brexit-Proof Your Pension SavingsYahoo Finance UKThe long-term impact on the nation's personal finances of Brexit is uncertain, but for now the job of those investing for steady returns and income has been made harder. This, of course, means millions of people in or near retirement. The Bank of ...and more »
(19-07-2016)

Call to ban Highland Council tobacco investments - Press and Journal

Press and JournalCall to ban Highland Council tobacco investmentsPress and JournalA Press and Journal investigation has found that the proportion and value of the Highland Council-administered pension fund's investment in one of the world's biggest tobacco firms increased last year. The value of the fund's ... “My personal view is ...
(19-07-2016)

Croydon mum forced healthy children to have surgery to claim benefits - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKCroydon mum forced healthy children to have surgery to claim benefitsInternational Business Times UKShe was found guilty at Croydon Crown Court on Monday (18 July 2016) of four counts of cruelty to a person under 16; two counts of obtaining money transfer by deception; seven counts of making a false representation; and two counts if fraud by false ...and more »
(19-07-2016)

Political or economic malpractice: Which is worse? (2) - Vanguard

Political or economic malpractice: Which is worse? (2)VanguardIn the wake of the scandal, Christopher Booker, a columnist in the UK Telegraph wrote a blistering opinion article on May 7, 2009 where he lampooned indicted MPs thus: “Infantilized by their lack of a proper grown-up job to do, it is hardly surprising ...
(19-07-2016)

Here's how to Brexit-proof your pension savings - The Telegraph - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHere's how to Brexit-proof your pension savings - The TelegraphTelegraph.co.ukThe long-term impact on the nation's personal finances of Brexit is uncertain, but for now the job of those investing for steady returns and income has been made ...and more »
(19-07-2016)

Here's how to Brexit-proof your pension savings - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHere's how to Brexit-proof your pension savingsTelegraph.co.ukThe long-term impact on the nation's personal finances of Brexit is uncertain, but for now the job of those investing for steady returns and income has been made harder. This, of course, means millions of people in or near retirement. The Bank of ...and more »
(19-07-2016)
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