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Take the long view with a 10-year fixed-rate mortgage | Money | The ...The GuardianOlder more settled borrowers could benefit from a longer term, but watch those exit penalties.and more »
Take the long view with a 10-year fixed-rate mortgageThe GuardianThe very cheapest two-year fixes are priced at around 1.34% (Santander and Nationwide), while the best five-year fixes are charging 1.99% (Virgin Money). That compares to the 2.19% for seven-year fixes (Coventry and Woolwich), or the 2.59% you'll pay ...and more »
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Record numbers of Brits cashing in on cheap mortgages - How you can join them - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukRecord numbers of Brits cashing in on cheap mortgages - How you can join themMirror.co.ukIf you're on a standard variable, moving across could save you as much as £5,000 in two years according to Money.co.uk - and with more remortgage applications being accepted in November than in the last eight years, your chances of approval are high.and more »
(05-01-2017)

Record numbers of Brits cashing in on cheap mortgages - How to join them - Mirror.co.uk

Record numbers of Brits cashing in on cheap mortgages - How to join themMirror.co.ukIf you're on a standard variable, moving across could save you as much as £5,000 in two years, according to Money.co.uk - and with more remortgage applications being accepted in November than in the last five years - you've a strong chance of being ...and more »
(05-01-2017)

Warning as credit card debt hits a £66.7bn high: Families borrowing growing at the fastest rate for 12 years - Daily Mail

Daily MailWarning as credit card debt hits a £66.7bn high: Families borrowing growing at the fastest rate for 12 yearsDaily MailBritish families are piling on debt at the fastest rate for nearly 12 years – pushing the amount owed on credit cards to a record high. Bank of England figures yesterday ... But analysts said the Bank's report suggested millions of families spent money ...and more »
(05-01-2017)

The true impact of debt revealed: How to find support if you're struggling to cope post-Christmas - Mirror.co.uk

The true impact of debt revealed: How to find support if you're struggling to cope post-ChristmasMirror.co.uk... debt has hit a staggering £1.5trillion. The amount of unsecured credit - borrowing on credit cards, personal loans and other forms of credit, but not including mortgage debt - has soared at the fastest rate since 2005. ... deluge in calls from ...
(05-01-2017)

Universal basic income is not a magic solution, but it could help millions - The Guardian

Universal basic income is not a magic solution, but it could help millionsThe GuardianThis is comparable in scope to decisions made by UK governments in the past 20 years to increase pensions, tax credits, raise the personal allowance threshold, reduce corporation taxes and so on. Some critics have resorted to all sorts of caricatures ...
(04-01-2017)

Millions of Britons 'worried about money' - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukMillions of Britons 'worried about money'Express.co.uk“Simply making sure you're not overpaying on bills like energy or insurance can make a big difference, while switching your credit card could help you save money on interest payments.” The younger generation worries more about money, with 58 per cent ...
(04-01-2017)

ALEX BRUMMER: Britain's retail revolution and why M&S should be stepping up investment overseas - This is Money

This is MoneyALEX BRUMMER: Britain's retail revolution and why M&S should be stepping up investment overseasThis is MoneyThe CMA could also add a review of Lloyds Banking Group's £1.9billion bid for the UK arm of American credit card firm MBNA to its inquiries. Lloyds has a robust credit card operation and dominant positions in mortgage, retail banking and savings. At a ...and more »
(04-01-2017)

The most scandalous gender pay gap is hidden – and women find out about it too late - New Statesman

The most scandalous gender pay gap is hidden – and women find out about it too lateNew StatesmanTaken at face value, it's hard to completely sympathise with this demand, especially if you're a younger taxpayer who is expected to foot the bill and may never even get a state pension (you heard it here first). But the Waspi .... In the UK, by ...and more »
(04-01-2017)

Big Issue: 'Many disabled people simply give up' - the scandal of unpaid benefit payments - Stoke Sentinel

Big Issue: 'Many disabled people simply give up' - the scandal of unpaid benefit paymentsStoke Sentinel"When compared to the success rate of PIP appeals," says Disability Rights UK's welfare rights adviser Ken Butler, "the figures for rejected PIP mandatory reconsiderations are a disgrace. PIP has ... Last year, a mental health nurse, sent undercover to ...
(04-01-2017)

Emigration a big factor in 2017 business decisions - BusinessZone (blog)

Emigration a big factor in 2017 business decisionsBusinessZone (blog)There are certainly plenty of people who feel that Brexit will affect their business or personal prospects. For those similarly ... Any detrimental effect in the exchange rate could leave the member with a shortfall in their pension income levels and ...
(04-01-2017)

Exit stories Emigration a big factor in 2017 business decisions - BusinessZone (blog)

Exit stories Emigration a big factor in 2017 business decisionsBusinessZone (blog)There are certainly plenty of people who feel that Brexit will affect their business or personal prospects. For those similarly ... Any detrimental effect in the exchange rate could leave the member with a shortfall in their pension income levels and ...
(04-01-2017)

Britain's borrowing binge puts millions at risk – how to stay safe - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBritain's borrowing binge puts millions at risk – how to stay safeMirror.co.ukBritain's personal debt increased by £1.9billion in November - the biggest seen since March 2005. This pushed the annual growth rate in borrowing to 10.8% - the highest rate since autumn 2005. That's according to the Bank of England, who's report ...and more »
(04-01-2017)

22 of the best ways to save money in the New Year - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk22 of the best ways to save money in the New YearTelegraph.co.ukWe've put together a five-point checklist to work through which could save you tax, boost your returns and put your pension on track. ... Mysupermarket.co.uk compares the prices of individual items at Tesco, Sainsbury's, Ocado, Waitrose, Asda and Aldi.and more »
(04-01-2017)

UK credit binge approaching levels not seen since 2008 crash - The Guardian

UK credit binge approaching levels not seen since 2008 crashThe GuardianThe latest figures from the Bank of England show unsecured consumer credit, which includes credit cards, car loans and second mortgages, grew by 10.8% in the year to November to £192.2bn, picking up pace on the previous month to grow at its fastest ...
(04-01-2017)

BoE figures: Robust mortgage activity in November - Mortgage Introducer

Mortgage IntroducerBoE figures: Robust mortgage activity in NovemberMortgage IntroducerHe said: “November's UK money and credit figures provided a further sign that bank lending has not taken a significant hit from the Brexit vote. “Admittedly, the rise in mortgage approvals from 67,371 in October to 67,505 in November was weaker than ...Banks extend record consumer credit, mortgage approvals inch upDIGITALLOOKMortgage approvals edge up to eight-month highWhat Mortgageall 13 news articles »
(04-01-2017)
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