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Gold SeekUK Pensions Risk – Time to Rebalance and Allocate to Cash and GoldGold SeekUK investors can invest in gold bullion through their Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs), Irish investors can invest in gold in Small Self Administered Schemes (SSAS) and US investors can invest in gold in their Individual Retirement Accounts ...Pensions | Money | The GuardianThe GuardianPensions at a Glance 2017 | OECD READ edition - KeepeekKeepeekall 60 news articles »
BQ LiveVirgin Money launches Rainbow credit cardBQ LiveThe new Rainbow credit card is available for customers to select in combination with any product from Virgin Money's credit card range, which includes a wide choice of balance transfer, money transfer and purchase options. Virgin Money will make a ...
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Special Report - Canada regulator ignored warnings on risky mortgage investments - Reuters

ReutersSpecial Report - Canada regulator ignored warnings on risky mortgage investmentsReutersSyndicated mortgages, which pool investors' money to finance construction of condominiums, retirement communities and the like, aren't suited to most retail investors. The instruments typically fund more speculative projects that can't rely solely on ...and more »
(30-11-2017)

SPECIAL REPORT-Canada regulator ignored warnings on risky mortgage investments - Reuters

SPECIAL REPORT-Canada regulator ignored warnings on risky mortgage investmentsReutersSyndicated mortgages, which pool investors' money to finance construction of condominiums, retirement communities and the like, aren't suited to most retail investors. The instruments typically fund more speculative projects that can't rely solely on ...and more »
(30-11-2017)

What should British Steel savers do? Pension expert lays out options and risks, as emotions run high amid reports ... - This is Money

This is MoneyWhat should British Steel savers do? Pension expert lays out options and risks, as emotions run high amid reports ...This is MoneyThis is compounded by the potential bias caused by advisers' fees being paid from the pension pot if a transfer is recommended, but the money needs to be found by the member to pay the fee if the advice is to stay in the current scheme, which will move ...and more »
(30-11-2017)

What should I do about my British Steel pension? | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyWhat should I do about my British Steel pension? | This is MoneyThis is MoneyMichelle Cracknell, boss of The Pensions Advisory Service, explains the challenges facing British savers and lays out what they should consider as the decision deadline looms.and more »
(30-11-2017)

Canada regulator ignored warnings on risky mortgage investments - Daily Mail

Canada regulator ignored warnings on risky mortgage investmentsDaily MailSyndicated mortgages, which pool investors´ money to finance construction of condominiums, retirement communities and the like, aren´t suited to most retail investors. The instruments typically fund more speculative projects that can´t rely solely on ...and more »
(30-11-2017)

LETTER OF THE WEEK: Retirement proposals are rushed, unfair and wrong - Northamptonshire Telegraph

Northamptonshire TelegraphLETTER OF THE WEEK: Retirement proposals are rushed, unfair and wrongNorthamptonshire TelegraphThis group of women understand and accept the move towards the equalisation of state pension age for men and women. What they object to is the way these changes have been rushed through and unfairly implemented. For example, the government didn't ...and more »
(30-11-2017)

UUK reforms 'will cut USS pensions by up to 40 per cent' - Times Higher Education (THE)

Times Higher Education (THE)UUK reforms 'will cut USS pensions by up to 40 per cent'Times Higher Education (THE)New academics at the UK's older universities will see their pensions slashed by about 40 per cent if proposed reforms to the sector's largest pension scheme go ahead, a new analysis shows. Under proposals put forward by Universities UK earlier this ...
(30-11-2017)

Benefits Of Using Cryptocurrency To Buy Real Estate - HuffPost UK

HuffPost UKBenefits Of Using Cryptocurrency To Buy Real EstateHuffPost UKCryptocurrency, unlike the credit card, uses a “push” mechanism that allows the buyer (cryptocurrency holder) to pay exactly what they intend to the recipient without further information. Credit cards operate on a “pull” mode where when you give a ...and more »
(30-11-2017)

How to buy bitcoin: A beginner's guide to getting involved in cryptocurrency and avoiding scams - The Independent

The IndependentHow to buy bitcoin: A beginner's guide to getting involved in cryptocurrency and avoiding scamsThe IndependentAfter that, it's time to connect your bank account, debit card or credit card. Use two-factor authentication to secure your account, but don't use your phone number or SMS for this. According to security researchers, criminals only need to know your ...
(30-11-2017)

High street loyalty reward schemes: how much they pay and how best to boost your points - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHigh street loyalty reward schemes: how much they pay and how best to boost your pointsTelegraph.co.ukThe UK's first supermarket-only loyalty scheme has seen some tough times recently. Last year, Tesco axed its Clubcard Boost event which allowed card holders to double their points at certain points throughout the year. The bad news comes less than a ...
(30-11-2017)

Martin Lewis from Money Saving Expert says this is why you should stop carrying cash - Stoke Sentinel

Stoke SentinelMartin Lewis from Money Saving Expert says this is why you should stop carrying cashStoke SentinelHe told his Money Saving Expert website : "While cash feels real, and convenient, it's risky. "A woman once sent me an email desperate for help for her very nearly 90-year-old dad. He'd paid a restaurant a decent-sized cash deposit to book to celebrate ...and more »
(30-11-2017)

Over two million UK Uber users affected by data breach - Your Money

Your MoneyOver two million UK Uber users affected by data breachYour MoneyAn estimated 2.7 million Uber users and drivers in the UK had their personal details stolen last year. Names, email addresses and mobile phone numbers of 57 million Uber users worldwide were accessed in October 2016, Uber revealed last week. Now, it ...Uber Breach Affected 2.7 Million UK UsersInfosecurity MagazineUber Paid Hackers to Delete Stolen Data on 57 Million PeopleBloombergLatest ICO statement on Uber data breach | ICOICOHelp | Uberall 137 news articles »
(30-11-2017)

UK House price growth remains subdued as prices edge up just 0.1% - The Independent

The IndependentUK House price growth remains subdued as prices edge up just 0.1%The Independent... prices - pushing them up by around 0.3 per cent - as buyers will have more money to put into deposits. Mr Gardner said that the focus on boosting house building in the Budget is important as the shortage of homes was a key reason why affordability ...UK House Price Growth Weaker Than Expected in November: NationwideU.S. News & World ReportHouse prices hold firm in NovemberYour Moneyall 41 news articles »
(30-11-2017)

What keeps the chancellor awake at night? - BBC News

BBC NewsWhat keeps the chancellor awake at night?BBC NewsLike credit card providers or payday loans companies, they are called shadow banks. They look like a bank, lend like a bank but are not regulated like a bank, and Andy and millions like him use them all the time. The concern is, though, that by pumping ...and more »
(30-11-2017)

Mortgage sales help UK bad bank repay 75% of debt to govt - Financial Times

ReutersMortgage sales help UK bad bank repay 75% of debt to govtFinancial TimesUK Asset Resolution, which was set up in 2010 to take on the loans of failed lenders Bradford & Bingley and Northern Rock, reduced its balance sheet by £13.2bn in the six months to the end of September, according to its latest results. The sale of ...Britain's 'bad bank' to complete Bradford & Bingley loan sales next yearReutersall 4 news articles »
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