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The SunHolidays, wages and mobile phone calls ...How leaving the EU will affect your walletThe SunSO a new independent Britain is dawning as the UK prepares to leave the EU. But what will it mean for your personal finances? Will your holidays cost more? Is your pension going to be affected? We are about to enter uncharted water in UK finances and ...and more »
AOL Money UK'Don't panic' warning to savers after Brexit voteAOL Money UKSteven Cameron, pensions director at Aegon UK, said: "Our key message to pension savers is 'don't panic'. "If you have a defined contribution or personal pension, its value will be affected by stock market movements and if you are thinking of taking ...and more »
The Week UKA vote for Brexit: the financial falloutSpectator.co.uk (blog)What does all this mean for your personal finances? That will be debated in the coming ... As for pensions, prior to the vote David Cameron said the so-called 'triple lock' for state pensions would be threatened by a UK exit. This is the agreement by ...How Brexit could affect your investments and pensionThe Week UKall 8,547 news articles »
BT.comBrexit: what's going to happen to our money now we're leaving the EU?BT.com... of £800 a year for someone working full-time on the average wage, it added. Looking longer term, the Treasury warned that, after 15 years, Brexit could cost us £4,300 a year per household in the UK, which is a hit to tax receipts of £36 billion a year.and more »
Telegraph.co.ukHow should I treat my small pension?Telegraph.co.ukHe also suggested that you seek advice on ensuring that the investments in the pension remain aligned to your personal risk tolerance and investment time frame. "If you decide to add more money to the pot then you may feel comfortable with taking a ...and more »
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Dominic Chappell could be brought back to Parliament for more questions over BHS - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukDominic Chappell could be brought back to Parliament for more questions over BHSMirror.co.ukEU referendum 2016 poll tracker: Is Britain heading for Brexit and what does the UK think of Europe? ... BHS plunged into administration in April, leaving 11,000 jobs at risk and a £571 million black hole in its pension scheme, writes the Sunday People ...
(18-06-2016)

From property to petrol, 8 key ways your financial life could change if Britain votes to quit the EU - This is Money

This is MoneyFrom property to petrol, 8 key ways your financial life could change if Britain votes to quit the EUThis is MoneyAs referendum day nears and polls show a shift towards 'leave', The Mail on Sunday's SALLY HAMILTON examines how a Brexit outcome would affect eight key personal finance issues. Just a couple of weeks ago .... INVESTMENTS. The pound is likely to fall ...and more »
(18-06-2016)

Voting leave is like telling your best customers: Clear off* (although recruitment chief James Reed used another ... - This is Money

This is MoneyVoting leave is like telling your best customers: Clear off* (although recruitment chief James Reed used another ...This is MoneyJames Reed, chairman of the UK's best known recruitment agency has a forceful view of what is at stake in the EU referendum on Thursday. ... 'We spend a lot of money on TV advertising for our website and my marketing team came to me and said: “James we ...
(18-06-2016)

Hidden fees for festival tickets, broadband and mortgage lenders should be banned says watchdog - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHidden fees for festival tickets, broadband and mortgage lenders should be banned says watchdogMirror.co.ukHidden fees charged by ticket agencies, letting agents, broadband companies and mortgage lenders should be banned, say watchdogs. Companies are legally obliged to show all mandatory fees upfront. But some firms are using the hidden fees to make their ...
(18-06-2016)

Leave: 'It is absurd to suggest Britain cannot thrive outside the EU' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLeave: 'It is absurd to suggest Britain cannot thrive outside the EU'Telegraph.co.ukBrussels is running out of money and that is likely to mean a substantial rise in the UK's £10bn net contribution. The EU has delayed a mid-term review of its 2014-20 budget until after the UK referendum. ... If borrowing costs for businesses and ...From property to petrol, 8 key ways your financial life could change if Britain votes to quit the EUThis is Money5 Reasons Americans Should Care About the Brexit VoteMoney Magazineall 1,065 news articles »
(18-06-2016)

How this 31-year-old parlayed a spine injury into a $500 million company - Mashable

MashableHow this 31-year-old parlayed a spine injury into a $500 million companyMashableThey wanted to create a point-of-sale system that would work with the iPad, which had just come out, to replace the archaic systems (like the bulky credit card machines at your grocery store) that were, and often still are, the norm. "[We wanted] to ...
(18-06-2016)

Credit card tips from savvy spenders - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKCredit card tips from savvy spendersAOL Money UKAround three in ten (28%) of over 50s said they use their card to avoid spending their savings, and that they use it as a way to manage their money, as they pay off the balance in full every month. One in eight said they only use their credit card in ...
(18-06-2016)

Converted water tower, a 'Grand Designs' favourite, for sale for the first time at £2.5m - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukConverted water tower, a 'Grand Designs' favourite, for sale for the first time at £2.5mTelegraph.co.ukWith his wife Janette, 47, they raised money through mortgages and bank loans, and hired the architect firm Ellis Williams. The public watched the transformation of the 130-year-old building on (what was then) UKTV in a 15-part show presented by Harris ...
(18-06-2016)

Sir Philip Green is working to protect pensions of ex-BHS EXECUTIVES - Daily Mail

Daily MailSir Philip Green is working to protect pensions of ex-BHS EXECUTIVESDaily MailChris Martin, chairman of the BHS pension fund trustees, said in a meeting with Green's advisers Sir Philip had decided to sell up in early 2015 because the Project Thor rescue scheme was too expensive and 'personal factors have convinced him that now ...Green poised to buy out 16000 out of the 20000 BHS pension plan members with a cash lump sumThis is Moneyall 59 news articles »
(18-06-2016)

Families hoping to move up property ladder rely on rising house prices - Daily Mail

Daily MailFamilies hoping to move up property ladder rely on rising house pricesDaily MailBuyers who are unable to raise a larger deposit to climb up the ladder to a bigger home must borrow more money on a mortgage to bridge the gap. Typically, this has not been a major issue as homeowners' earnings tend to rise over the first five to ten ...'Second steppers' not ready to moveYahoo Finance UKall 7 news articles »
(18-06-2016)

I like the EU, but I'm voting out - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)I like the EU, but I'm voting outThe Guardian (blog)The vast majority of our MPs are decent, don't rely on the theatre of PMs QT, look at the work of the Select Committees the six hours of the joint Business and Pensions Committee interrogating Sir Philip Green on the collapse of BHS and it Pension IMHO ...and more »
(18-06-2016)

The reasons to say no to a loan with added perks - The Times (subscription)

The reasons to say no to a loan with added perksThe Times (subscription)Freebies and gimmicks are tried-and-tested marketing ploys by companies that know they can win business by offering a little something extra. It's no different when it comes to mortgages. Banks and building societies are forever putting out new deals ...
(17-06-2016)

The simple trick to saving £122 a week on your holiday - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukThe simple trick to saving £122 a week on your holidayMirror.co.ukIf you use a credit card to withdraw cash from an ATM you will often be charged interest, even if you pay off the card in full at the end of the month. For ATM withdrawals, a Revolut card allows you to withdraw up to £500 of currency a month for free.and more »
(17-06-2016)

HSBC pays out record £1.1bn to US investors after long-running battle over high-risk mortgages - This is Money

HSBC pays out record £1.1bn to US investors after long-running battle over high-risk mortgagesThis is MoneyHSBC is to pay US investors £1.1billion after a long-running battle over high-risk mortgages dating back before the financial crisis. The settlement, reached hours before a courtroom showdown was due to begin, is the biggest ever pay-out by a bank to ...and more »
(17-06-2016)

Orlando shooter Omar Mateen's brother-in-law REFUSES to say if he knew about terror plot - Daily Mail

Daily MailOrlando shooter Omar Mateen's brother-in-law REFUSES to say if he knew about terror plotDaily MailSo it is unclear why Mateen would be willing to sign it over so suddenly and for no money. It is a 1,740-square-foot residence with three bedrooms and two bathrooms on 10,000 square feet of land. Furthermore, mortgage records show that in September ...and more »
(17-06-2016)
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