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BloombergU.K. Mortgage Approvals Increase Amid Buoyant Housing MarketBloombergU.K. mortgage approvals unexpectedly rose in December, indicating the housing market maintained its momentum going into 2016. Approvals climbed to 70,837 from 70,424 in ... Net mortgage lending was 3.2 billion pounds ($4.6 billion), down from 3.8 ...Mortgage deals hit four-month high as borrowers enjoy low ratesexpressandstar.comBoE: Mortgage approvals up 21%Money MarketingUK credit data: four key metricsFinancial TimesPlymouth Herald -Property Reporterall 29 news articles »
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Telegraph.co.uk£50m lost because watchdogs 'did nothing'Telegraph.co.ukCity watchdogs could have prevented fraudsters from stealing £50m of investors' money but ignored repeated warnings until it was too late and the money was gone, according to a whistleblower. Damning email evidence from ... As a trustee of a provider ...
UK credit data: four key metricsFinancial Times... now looking increasingly remote, policymakers are eyeing credit data with more than usual interest. If it feels things are getting out of control, the Bank of England's Financial Policy Committee has a range of tools it could use to dampen credit ...and more »
the Irish NewsNorthern Ireland pensioners at bottom of UK income leaguethe Irish NewsThe Department of Social Development has just shone its annual spotlight on pensioner incomes in Northern Ireland. Its annual 'Family Resources Survey (FRS)' was first carried out here in 2003/04, which means that 10-year perspectives have been ...
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The care conundrum - FT Adviser

The care conundrumFT AdviserAfter various campaigns, economist and chairman of the UK Statistics Authority Sir Andrew Dilnot was charged with writing a report, making recommendations on how care costs could be met. It advised a limit for personal lifetime contributions to the ...and more »
(20-01-2016)

Worried about the state of world economy? Here's how to prepare if this is a new crisis - This is Money

This is MoneyWorried about the state of world economy? Here's how to prepare if this is a new crisisThis is MoneyBut sorting your finances isn't just about investing, it also means taking control of your mortgage, any other debts and your bills. As fears of a new financial crash grow, Holly Black takes a look at the risks ... A vote on Britain's EU membership ...
(20-01-2016)

'Drowning' in debt as personal borrowing tops £180bn - BBC News

BBC News'Drowning' in debt as personal borrowing tops £180bnBBC NewsLast November the amount of money borrowed saw the biggest monthly increase since the financial crisis. The research, conducted for BBC News by Experian and debt charity StepChange, looks at personal loans, credit and store cards. It does not include ...and more »
(20-01-2016)

Personal debt in Britain 'tops £180bn' - BBC News

BBC NewsPersonal debt in Britain 'tops £180bn'BBC NewsLast November the amount of money borrowed saw the biggest monthly increase since the financial crisis. The research, conducted for BBC News by Experian and debt charity StepChange, looks at personal loans, credit and store cards. It does not include ...
(20-01-2016)

Using pensions to take tax-efficient business profits - Money Marketing

Money MarketingUsing pensions to take tax-efficient business profitsMoney MarketingAlan, aged 56, owns a limited company. Each year he reviews his remuneration strategy at the end of his reporting period on 31 December. The approach he has taken to date is a low salary topped up by dividends. The business has generated £100,000 of ...
(20-01-2016)

DAN HYDE: Banks need to realise most customers crave just one thing - the ... - This is Money

This is MoneyDAN HYDE: Banks need to realise most customers crave just one thing - the ...This is MoneyIt angers me to think how much time, effort and money banks spend snooping on our private lives. Take HSBC's latest bit of wizardry — an app that spies on customers' shopping patterns and sends them an alert if they spend too much in Tesco or at the pub.
(20-01-2016)

DAN HYDE: Banks need to realise most customers crave just one thing - the basics done well - so axe the gimmicks - This is Money

This is MoneyDAN HYDE: Banks need to realise most customers crave just one thing - the basics done well - so axe the gimmicksThis is MoneyIt angers me to think how much time, effort and money banks spend snooping on our private lives. Take HSBC's latest bit of wizardry — an app that spies on customers' shopping patterns and sends them an alert if they spend too much in Tesco or at the pub.
(20-01-2016)

ALEX BRUMMER: Carney does not feel need to follow Fed in raising rates as Bank has gone further than US in ... - This is Money

This is MoneyALEX BRUMMER: Carney does not feel need to follow Fed in raising rates as Bank has gone further than US in ...This is MoneyMuch of the noise around Mark Carney's lecture at Queen Mary University will be on the governor's sharp U-turn on interest rates and forward guidance. Having scared the public in July with his Lincoln speech when he set out a likely course for raising ...
(20-01-2016)

Why you should put money into fixed-rate savings now - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWhy you should put money into fixed-rate savings nowTelegraph.co.ukThis could be a sign to savers to lock money into bonds and Isas that pay guaranteed fixed returns while they can still get a worthwhile rate. • Latest Bank Rate rise predictions · • Savings: should I ... Charlotte Nelson of Moneyfacts said: “Falling ...and more »
(20-01-2016)

New buy-to-let stamp duty rules hit parents trying to help children buy a house - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukNew buy-to-let stamp duty rules hit parents trying to help children buy a houseTelegraph.co.ukThese involve a family member depositing cash in a special savings account to be held for a fixed period as security against the mortgage. The money still earns interest, and the mortgage rate is fixed for that period. If the borrower defaults the ...
(20-01-2016)

ASK TONY: Nationwide taxed my 11-year-old grandson - and won't pay him back - This is Money

This is MoneyASK TONY: Nationwide taxed my 11-year-old grandson - and won't pay him backThis is MoneyHe has assumed a grant of representation has been obtained and the estate is solvent (meaning there are sufficient funds to discharge its debts). It is unclear why the solicitors are ... If the personal representatives do not believe there is ...
(20-01-2016)

Keep Your Mobile Money Safe - Huffington Post

Keep Your Mobile Money SafeHuffington PostIt's estimated that credit card losses alone totaled more than $16 billion world-wide, and could easily double in the next five years. That's why you're seeing banks introduce new chip cards, which are more fraud resistant. And it's why your bank or ...
(20-01-2016)

UK housing: More than one in four Britons fear rent or mortgage arrears in 2016 - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKUK housing: More than one in four Britons fear rent or mortgage arrears in 2016International Business Times UKMortgage payers have one eye on the Bank of England which will eventually raise interest rates. The base rate is at 0.5%, an all-time low, where it has sat since 2009 to keep credit cheap and money flowing into the economy while it healed from the ...One in three fear a relationship break-up would make them homeless, says ShelterThis is MoneyMillions trapped in relationships by the cost of housingMirror.co.ukall 8 news articles »
(20-01-2016)

George Osborne is right to end tax perk for the wealthy – but his other ... - The Independent

The IndependentGeorge Osborne is right to end tax perk for the wealthy – but his other ...The IndependentLike a fiscal living fossil, the survival of higher‑rate tax relief on contributions to personal pensions has been a surprising phenomenon. ... The public finances, too, are nowhere near as healthy as the Chancellor had planned and his options are ...
(19-01-2016)

Want to get credit card smart? How to pick the right one for you in 2016 - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukWant to get credit card smart? How to pick the right one for you in 2016Mirror.co.ukWith these cards you can spread the cost for up to 27 months without paying a penny in interest and can keep your own money in the bank or building society earning you some interest in the meantime. Borrowing smaller amounts – of £3,000 or less – from ...
(19-01-2016)
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