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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 »
The GuardianHouse price fall could follow Brexit, say expertsThe GuardianCapital Economics said it expected transaction levels to be hit harder than prices in the coming months and cut its 18-month forecasts for mortgage approvals and sales by 10%. Jan Crosby, head of ... The Treasury had forecast that Brexit would prompt a ...Housing market expected to cool down as buyers 'wait and see'AOL Money UKBrexit Impact On London House Prices Could See Home Value Drop £20k By ChristmasHuffington Post UKall 55 news articles »
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Government throws out student loans petition - The Guardian

The GuardianGovernment throws out student loans petitionThe GuardianThe government backtracked on its promise to raise the repayments threshold from £21,000, according to the petition. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian. Patrick Collinson. Thursday 16 June 2016 13.23 EDT Last modified on Thursday 16 ...
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Investing expert: how you might protect your pension if we Brexit - BT.com

BT.comInvesting expert: how you might protect your pension if we BrexitBT.comIf you are a member of a defined contribution, or money purchase, pension scheme, you may be able to reduce Brexit risk. Your workplace pension scheme might not allow you to shift your investments. But if you can, or you hold a self-invested personal ...
(16-06-2016)

Mortgage Rates Cling to 3-year Lows: Lock or Float Your Rate After the Fed? - NerdWallet (blog)

NerdWallet (blog)Mortgage Rates Cling to 3-year Lows: Lock or Float Your Rate After the Fed?NerdWallet (blog)“Wednesday's Fed decision to once again stand pat on rates, as well as growing anticipation of the U.K.'s upcoming European Union referendum will make it difficult for Treasury yields and — more importantly — mortgage rates to substantially rise in ...and more »
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''Ultimately we have made more money by taking financial advice'' - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves Lansdown''Ultimately we have made more money by taking financial advice''Hargreaves LansdownI have had a number of career changes over the years and my husband has his own business, all of which has meant we had a number of pensions that all had differing benefits and we needed to see if any additional pension investment was needed. We began ...
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EU regulator defends cross-border pension idea - FT Adviser

EU regulator defends cross-border pension ideaFT AdviserIn its annual report, Eiopa stated: “A harmonised legal framework for Pan-European Personal Pension (Pepps) has the potential to deliver a truly integrated and competitive European internal market. “This framework will ensure a level playing field ...and more »
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How EU vote will affect prices, property and pensions, plus lakeside homes - The Guardian

The GuardianHow EU vote will affect prices, property and pensions, plus lakeside homesThe GuardianEnjoy the view from this four-bedroom house overlooking Lake Iseo in Lombardy, Italy. Photograph: Gate-away.com. Hilary Osborne. Thursday 16 June 2016 09.30 EDT Last modified on Thursday 16 June 2016 09.32 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on ...
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'One in 50 cases missold is acceptable': Ex-Financial Ltd chief Charlie Palmer opens up - Money Marketing

Money Marketing'One in 50 cases missold is acceptable': Ex-Financial Ltd chief Charlie Palmer opens upMoney MarketingFormer Financial Ltd chief executive Charlie Palmer has defended how he operated the troubled business, including a board policy anticipating one in 50 clients would experience misselling. In an interview with Money Marketing he gives his side of a ...and more »
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LV claims to be only firm offering actual robo-advice - FT Adviser

LV claims to be only firm offering actual robo-adviceFT AdviserSpeaking at the Future of Life and Pensions conference in London, Phil Brown said the service offered by LV was the only one of the 60 claiming to offer robo-advice in the UK that actually offers a personal recommendation. Mr Brown said: “If you ask ...and more »
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Russian police to target credit-card credential thieves - SC Magazine UK

Russian police to target credit-card credential thievesSC Magazine UKThis involves the request by a buyer," (which is addressed to the seller) to provide the authorisation code for the transfer, which is sent on the phone, and whose disclosure results in the theft of money from the banking card of the customer. The ...and more »
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Money worries begin at forty: Almost half of Brits regret not saving more cash - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukMoney worries begin at forty: Almost half of Brits regret not saving more cashExpress.co.uk... cent of those polled had paid off their mortgage. And money worries may be taking their toll on health: 47 per cent said they had suffered stress and anxiety, and 41 per cent had endured sleep-related issues, according to the study by Nationwide ...and more »
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Death of early retirement? More like death of retirement - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Death of early retirement? More like death of retirementSpectator.co.uk (blog)This is the biggest number of workers in this age category since records began in 1992 and represents 31 per cent of the entire UK workforce. ... Another is the pension gap. The average British worker retires with a pension pot worth around £40,000 ...and more »
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Can the UK have a deal with the EU like Switzerland or Norway? - New Statesman

New StatesmanCan the UK have a deal with the EU like Switzerland or Norway?New StatesmanThis would be a significant and painful hit to the British economy – but it would come closest to honouring the promises made by Vote Leave, the official Brexit campaign. Yet the economic consequences, far from unlocking further money for the National ...UK banking stocks fall on Brexit fears and European banking crisisTelegraph.co.ukBrexit debate continues for Brits abroadRadio Timesall 2,439 news articles »
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Which sport is the most expensive? Dedicated fans spend over £20bn - Cambridge News

Which sport is the most expensive? Dedicated fans spend over £20bnCambridge NewsSports-mad fans in the UK spent £20bn following their heros last year, according to new research. The poll from Post Office Money Credit Cards shows over half of UK adults class themselves as sports fans (58%) and almost as many regularly forking out ...
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PPI, poor service and mortgage lending down - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)PPI, poor service and mortgage lending downSpectator.co.uk (blog)According to The Guardian, aside from next week's vote, the housebuilder blamed global economic uncertainty, higher UK stamp duty and the 'policy shift against buy-to-let investors' for the sharp drop in reservations between January and May. Berkeley ...
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Planning on becoming a property millionaire? Think twice as experts warn headwinds will only get worse for buy-to-let - This is Money

This is MoneyPlanning on becoming a property millionaire? Think twice as experts warn headwinds will only get worse for buy-to-letThis is MoneyBritain is a nation obsessed with bricks and mortar but experts have warned those thinking of investing in buy-to-let are facing headwinds that will only get worse. From next year landlords will see tax relief on their mortgage payments cut each year ...and more »
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