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Express.co.ukLifetime mortgages help new generation of pensioners make most of retirementExpress.co.ukHomeowners continue to see the value of their properties surge while struggling to meet everyday living costs and bills. The average property rose 5 per cent in the last year to hit £244,000 in England, official figures published yesterday show ...and more »
Express.co.ukLifetime mortgages help new generation of pensioners make most of retirementExpress.co.ukHomeowners continue to see the value of their properties surge while struggling to meet everyday living costs and bills. The average property rose 5 per cent in the last year to hit £244,000 in England, official figures published yesterday show ...and more »
Mirror.co.uk'How could we survive the month on fresh air?' - the heartbreaking stories of people left crushed emotionally and ...Mirror.co.ukUniversal Credit continues to be rolled out, despite growing concerns that it is all too often harming those it is meant to help. Today the Work & Pensions Committee has expressed its concern that the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has “no idea ...and more »
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Lloyds to acquire Zurich's UK workplace business - Money Marketing

Lloyds to acquire Zurich's UK workplace businessMoney MarketingScottish Widows already manages more than £124bn of funds of which £35bn is workplace pensions business. According to data from Platforum, combined, Scottish Widows and Zurich would be the third largest workplace savings provider in the UK.and more »
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Mortgage lending activity strengthened in August, report finds - AOL ... - AOL UK

AOL UKMortgage lending activity strengthened in August, report finds - AOL ...AOL UKMortgage lending to home buyers strengthened in August, according to banks and building societies.First-time buyers borrowed £5.7 billion in August, which ...and more »
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Mortgage lending activity strengthened in August, report finds - AOL UK

AOL UKMortgage lending activity strengthened in August, report findsAOL UKUK Finance's head of mortgages policy June Deasy said: "Activity picked up in August, and recent resilience ensured that borrowing by home movers was at its highest since March 2016, when transactions were boosted by an imminent increase in stamp duty ...and more »
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Consumers face credit squeeze as lenders tighten loan availability – business live - The Guardian

The GuardianConsumers face credit squeeze as lenders tighten loan availability – business liveThe GuardianA further slight increase was expected for credit card lending only in Q4. Losses given default were reported to have increased slightly on credit card lending while remaining unchanged on other unsecured lending. Both were expected to be unchanged in Q4.Lenders tightening up on non-mortgage lending, Bank of England survey findsAOL UKall 16 news articles »
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Lenders tightening up on non-mortgage lending, Bank of England ... - AOL UK

AOL UKLenders tightening up on non-mortgage lending, Bank of England ...AOL UKBanks and building societies are tightening up on non-mortgage lending to households and snipping the length of interest-free periods, according to a Bank of ...Bank of England Credit Conditions Survey - 2017 Q3Bank of Englandall 24 news articles »
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Lenders tightening up on non-mortgage lending, Bank of England survey finds - AOL UK

AOL UKLenders tightening up on non-mortgage lending, Bank of England survey findsAOL UKBanks and building societies are tightening up on non-mortgage lending to households and snipping the length of interest-free periods, according to a Bank of England survey. The length of interest-free periods for balance transfers on new credit card ...and more »
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Credit card debt among over-55s hits 6yr high - moneyfacts.co.uk

Credit card debt among over-55s hits 6yr highmoneyfacts.co.ukCredit card debt can impact all ages, but it's perhaps when approaching retirement that it becomes particularly worrying, as there could come a time when you don't have any more income to pay it off. Which is why it's so concerning that the amount of ...
(12-10-2017)

Pound to dollar exchange rate – sterling rises slightly against the US dollar despite concerns of PM Theresa May's ... - The Sun

The SunPound to dollar exchange rate – sterling rises slightly against the US dollar despite concerns of PM Theresa May's ...The SunDon't pay for travel money with a credit card – it's likely you'll be charged a cash withdrawal fee which adds to the cost. Top up a prepaid card to lock in your rate now – Choose your card and read the T&Cs carefully as some apply hefty fees. WeSwap ...and more »
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Moore's compensation from charity includes $540000 mortgage - Daily Mail

Slate MagazineMoore's compensation from charity includes $540000 mortgageDaily MailBentley and Moore said that, even with Project Jeremiah, the foundation did not have the money to pay Moore the $180,000 salary, so he was given a promissory note and second mortgage on the group's headquarters, a historic building in Montgomery.Undisclosed deal guaranteed Roy Moore $180000 a year for part-time work at charityWashington Postall 44 news articles »
(12-10-2017)

'Clear timetable' for pensions dashboards urged by industry - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UK'Clear timetable' for pensions dashboards urged by industryYahoo Finance UKThe industry was tasked by the Government to develop a prototype to show that the technology to connect people across the UK with data from all of their various pensions, including the state pension, can work. The prototype was delivered in March but ...and more »
(11-10-2017)

Young face growing mortgage debt burden - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsYoung face growing mortgage debt burden - BBC NewsBBC NewsYoung first-time buyers are increasing their mortgage debt to tackle short-term financial pressures.and more »
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Young face growing mortgage debt burden - BBC News

BBC NewsYoung face growing mortgage debt burdenBBC NewsYoung first-time buyers are increasing their overall mortgage debt in order to tackle short-term financial pressures. The average mortgage term is .... reviewed their deals. "Ideally, if you keep the term shorter, it will save you money in the long run ...and more »
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MPs probe hacking attack at Equifax after personal records of 15.2m Britons were stolen - This is Money

This is MoneyMPs probe hacking attack at Equifax after personal records of 15.2m Britons were stolenThis is MoneyOutraged MPs have demanded to know how 15.2m personal records of UK consumers were hacked in a huge cyber security disaster. The file of Britons' details was cracked open during an attack on the US division of credit checking agency Equifax.and more »
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Women put off by 'aggressive' money advice, report says - BBC News

BBC NewsWomen put off by 'aggressive' money advice, report saysBBC NewsResearch firm Kantar spoke to 30,000 women and concluded that financial advice is largely "a man's world". The report claimed some women feel "diminished" when talking to a financial adviser. In response, the boss of the Personal Finance Society said ...and more »
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Women put off by 'aggressive' money advice, report says - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsWomen put off by 'aggressive' money advice, report says - BBC NewsBBC NewsIn one case, a mortgage broker spoke only to the husband and ignored the woman, Kantar's report found.Financial services firms miss out on £130bn opportunity - FTAdviser ...FT Adviserall 6 news articles »
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