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The IndependentLords to carry fight against disability benefit changes condemned by Government's own expertsThe IndependentPeers will attempt to delay changes that would deny some people disability benefits after they were attacked by the Government's own welfare experts. The fight against changes to Personal Independence Payments (Pips) – which will affect the mentally ...
Telegraph.co.ukGiles Coren: The main thing in haggling is, when they tell you the amount you say, 'no, I want more'Telegraph.co.ukI have a couple of his portraits, plus very early sketches that he gave me as presents before he was famous, which are worth an enormous amount of money but I can't sell them because I know him. ... Do you prefer to pay by debit card, credit card or cash?
Telegraph.co.ukGiles Coren: 'Why I save in Isas, not pensions'Telegraph.co.ukI have a couple of his portraits, plus very early sketches that he gave me as presents before he was famous, which are worth an enormous amount of money but I can't sell them because I know him. ... Do you prefer to pay by debit card, credit card or cash?
Telegraph.co.uk'Credit card company took my £600 birthday gift'Telegraph.co.ukDespite the address given in your letter to me, you work abroad and do not have a UK bank account, which has hampered the retrieval of the money. You work in cyber security and the way you were asked for identifier details by the credit card company ...
The SunHow to get a foot on the property ladder and shorten the amount of time you need to saveThe SunFIRST-TIME buyers are saving for up to ten years for a deposit on a home, new research revealed this week. 70 per cent took at least two years to build their deposit and a quarter had to save for five to ten years, a survey of more than 1,000 buyers found.
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The Osborne hangover: Govt gets desperate on Lifetime Isas - Money Marketing

Money MarketingThe Osborne hangover: Govt gets desperate on Lifetime IsasMoney MarketingOne senior source in the pensions industry claims the Treasury is so desperate for the Lifetime Isa to succeed that officials are calling providers every week asking if they will be offering it. At the same time, the introduction of an advice allowance ...Budget 2017: how the Tories cut the dividend allowance by 68pc in two yearsTelegraph.co.ukall 10 news articles »
(10-03-2017)

New Econet Home Wallet gives diasporans control of remittances to Zimbabwe - New Zimbabwe.com

New Zimbabwe.comNew Econet Home Wallet gives diasporans control of remittances to ZimbabweNew Zimbabwe.comOnce registered, a user in the UK will be able to top up their Home Wallet through a debit or credit card or bank transfer, which will allow them to send money home and perform all other transactions available on EcoCash in Zimbabwe such as pay bills ...and more »
(10-03-2017)

The great mortgage fix: How estate agents trick buyers into spending more - Metro

MetroThe great mortgage fix: How estate agents trick buyers into spending moreMetroIn fact, so much money is being made through these in-house mortgages, Britain's biggest estate agent, CountryWide, is now the largest single mortgage broker in Britain – brokering £12.2 billion worth of mortgages in 2015 and making £81 million income.
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Low earners risk tax shock on workplace pensions - Financial Times

Financial TimesLow earners risk tax shock on workplace pensionsFinancial TimesPension savers are entitled to receive tax relief on the money they put away for retirement, which is credited to their pay packet or paid as a direct top-up to the pension pot. But few savers realise that some pension schemes ... In the document, the ...
(10-03-2017)

You have to earn your keep, pension fund trustees told - The Standard (press release)

The Standard (press release)You have to earn your keep, pension fund trustees toldThe Standard (press release)He said if trustees want remuneration for their role, they should be ready to have their personal assets attached when pension funds do not offer returns because of poor management. According to the Enwealth report, only 32 per cent of trustees in the ...and more »
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The little-known way to BOOST your credit rating – and how to keep your score high - The Sun

The SunThe little-known way to BOOST your credit rating – and how to keep your score highThe SunKEEPING your balance low on credit cards is the best way to boost your credit rating – this means keeping the percentage of your balance around 25 per cent or less of your credit limit. The rule is simple – but it could be the key to getting accepted ...and more »
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UK property sector an imperfect market, writes Benson Hersch - Mortgage Strategy

Mortgage StrategyUK property sector an imperfect market, writes Benson HerschMortgage StrategyThe UK property sector is a prime example of an imperfect market. Demand clearly exists but the supply of housing does not rise to ... For example, an attempt to raise more money by increasing stamp duty on higher-priced residences has not achieved the ...
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Spring Budget 2017 tax rise: What's the fuss about? - BBC News

AOL Money UKSpring Budget 2017 tax rise: What's the fuss about?BBC NewsBy Kevin Peachey Personal finance reporter ... Workers - whether they are employees or self-employed - pay National Insurance to qualify for certain benefits, such as the state pension. .... Email haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk with your views and experiences.Royal London: Do tax changes pave the way to self-employed pension saving?Money MarketingBudget 2017: Chancellor Philip Hammond accused of breaking Tory election promise as he hikes taxes on self-employedTelegraph.co.ukBudget 2017: booming self-employed workforce hit by tax hikeAOL Money UKCity A.M.all 409 news articles »
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Buy-to-let mortgage rates fall to 12-month low, giving landlords 'breathing room' as interest tax relief hit looms - This is Money

This is MoneyBuy-to-let mortgage rates fall to 12-month low, giving landlords 'breathing room' as interest tax relief hit loomsThis is MoneyThe average two-year fixed rate buy-to-let mortgage rate fell to 2.76 per cent in February - lower than the 2.82 per cent recorded in January. The latest figures from the Bank of England show February's average is also the lowest rate seen in the past ...
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Buy-to-let rates fall to record low, giving landlords 'breathing room' as hit to tax relief on mortgage interest hit ... - This is Money

This is MoneyBuy-to-let rates fall to record low, giving landlords 'breathing room' as hit to tax relief on mortgage interest hit ...This is MoneyThe average two-year fixed rate buy-to-let mortgage rate fell to 2.76 per cent in February - lower than the 2.82 per cent recorded in January. The latest figures from the Bank of England show February's average is also the lowest rate seen in the past ...
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Scam warning over fake NHS calls - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKScam warning over fake NHS callsAOL Money UKThe scam's been reported in several Scottish districts, where the fraudsters have been asking for credit card details in order to pay for the treatments. In one case ... "We would never ask our patients for their bank or credit card details over the ...
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Royal London: Do tax changes pave the way to self-employed pension saving? - Money Marketing

Royal London: Do tax changes pave the way to self-employed pension saving?Money MarketingUnless the individual chooses to opt out of the system, the additional 3 per cent would form the equivalent of an employer's minimum contribution and the individual would be required to match it with a personal contribution of 5 per cent (including tax ...and more »
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Where was the Budget help for long-term saving? - Money Marketing

Money MarketingWhere was the Budget help for long-term saving?Money MarketingThere was also practically no reference to pensions policy, or changes to the personal allowance or higher rate tax threshold, the usual mainstays of a Budget speech. Even Brexit was glossed over in a no more than cursory fashion. In the run-up to ...Budget 2017: dividend tax blow for shareholders and company ownersTelegraph.co.ukSpring Budget 2017 tax rise: What's the fuss about?BBC NewsDividend break slashed from £5k to £2k as Chancellor keeps Osborne's higher tax but attacks measure to help investorsThis is MoneyCambridge Network -AOL Money UK -Hargreaves Lansdownall 960 news articles »
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Revealed: The 30 per cent rule that will SAVE your credit score rating (and people with the highest ones are in on it) - Daily Mail

Daily MailRevealed: The 30 per cent rule that will SAVE your credit score rating (and people with the highest ones are in on it)Daily Mail'Your credit utilisation - the amount of debt on your credit cards divided by all your credit limits - is one of the biggest factors of your credit score. 'Therefore, the amount of money you put on your credit card is crucial in determining your score ...
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My endowment has under-performed and I can't repay my mortgage - what can I do? - This is Money

This is MoneyMy endowment has under-performed and I can't repay my mortgage - what can I do?This is MoneyMy wife and I have been retired for three years and have religiously paid our mortgage for the past 40 years. We took an endowment mortgage in the late 1980s and are now wondering how we should pay it off as the endowment hasn't performed as promised ...
(09-03-2017)
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