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This is MoneyNOW: Pensions takes eight months to say it's got a £4k pot | This is ...This is MoneyA saver has hit out at bungled admin at NOW: Pensions after nearly £4,000 of his contributions apparently vanished and he was unable to track them down for ...and more »
This is MoneySaver spent eight months fearing £4000 of his retirement pot had vanished until we got pension firm to finally track ...This is MoneyIn several letters sent to Mr Walker by NOW and seen by This is Money, the pension firm said it needed to agree with his employer that all relevant information had been presented before his personal records could be updated. In one letter dated last ...and more »
Citywire.co.ukIs now a good time to buy a property?Citywire.co.ukOnce you've made the decision to buy then overpay the mortgage as quickly as you can. Just because the term of your mortgage says 25, 30 or even 35 years, you don't have to take that long to clear it. You can overpay your mortgage - meaning you can ...
Case study: Even a financial officer can fall for a predatory savings schemeThe NationalTim had dealt with his company before in the Far East, when it had transferred his UK pension into a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme. He agreed to invest $5,500 a month for the term of the plan, which he was later persuaded to increase to ...
Financial Times10 ways to protect yourself against ballooning inflationFinancial TimesThe US economist Milton Friedman once said “inflation is taxation without legislation” and the latest rise will hit the pockets of many British consumers who are already struggling to cope with the cost of living. UK inflation hit 2.9 per cent in May ...and more »
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Some 100000 Irish mortgages in negative equity despite recovery - Irish Times

Irish TimesSome 100000 Irish mortgages in negative equity despite recoveryIrish TimesMeanwhile, the Central Bank report reiterated that the UK's exit from the European Union remains “the primary external risk” to the Irish economy and that a “cliff-edge” Brexit, where the UK leaves without agreeing a transition arrangement, could knock ...and more »
(14-06-2017)

Pound to euro RIP-OFF: These UK airpots offer WORST exchange rates experts reveal - Daily Star

Daily StarPound to euro RIP-OFF: These UK airpots offer WORST exchange rates experts revealDaily StarCards: Debit and credit cards are good back ups but beware of ATM and transaction fees as well as what exchange rate you'll be forced to use. Instead, use FairFX's prepaid currency card for you and your family as you can spend fee-free in the shops and ...and more »
(14-06-2017)

Inflation reaches a four-year high: what now for mortgage and ... - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukInflation reaches a four-year high: what now for mortgage and ...Telegraph.co.ukInflation has not been higher in five years, according to today's latest official data on the cost of living.and more »
(14-06-2017)

Inflation reaches a four-year high: what now for mortgage and savings rates? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukInflation reaches a four-year high: what now for mortgage and savings rates?Telegraph.co.ukMortgage rates have been in steady decline for several years, and are now near or at record lows. It is possible to borrow on a fixed-rate basis for under 1pc (two years); 1.35pc (three years) and under 1.75pc (five years). In the last six months to a ...and more »
(14-06-2017)

Couple who paid their $300000 mortgage off in just FOUR years explain how you can do it too (and you don't have to ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailCouple who paid their $300000 mortgage off in just FOUR years explain how you can do it too (and you don't have to ...Daily MailA couple has revealed how they paid off their mortgage in just four years when they moved house, cut down their spending habits and didn't use credit cards. Tammy and Rob Pitman from Middle Swan in Perth, Western Australia told Today Tonight their ...
(14-06-2017)

A couple have revealed how they paid off their mortgage in just four years - Daily Mail

Daily MailA couple have revealed how they paid off their mortgage in just four yearsDaily MailA couple has revealed how they paid off their mortgage in just four years when they moved house, cut down their spending habits and didn't use credit cards. Tammy and Rob Pitman from Middle Swan in Perth, Western Australia told Today Tonight their ...
(14-06-2017)

How to avoid the travel money card traps: Holidaymakers face rip-off fees for not using them enough, spending at ... - This is Money

This is MoneyHow to avoid the travel money card traps: Holidaymakers face rip-off fees for not using them enough, spending at ...This is MoneyBut some of the most popular deals contain catches that erode your spending money, Money Mail research found. The fees can add so much to your costs that you may even be better off using some ordinary debit or credit cards. Post Office, one of the most ...
(13-06-2017)

Banks' nice little earner: Lenders charging homeowners up to £225 just to close account once mortgage is repaid - This is Money

This is MoneyBanks' nice little earner: Lenders charging homeowners up to £225 just to close account once mortgage is repaidThis is MoneyBanks are charging homeowners fees of up to £225 just to close their account when they've repaid their mortgage. Money Mail research found half of Britain's biggest lenders charge borrowers an 'exit fee' at the end of a mortgage. Santander charges most ...
(13-06-2017)

Banks charging homeowners up to £225 just to close an account once mortgage has been repaid - This is Money

This is MoneyBanks charging homeowners up to £225 just to close an account once mortgage has been repaidThis is MoneyBanks are charging homeowners fees of up to £225 just to close their account when they've repaid their mortgage. Money Mail research found half of Britain's biggest lenders charge borrowers an 'exit fee' at the end of a mortgage. Santander charges most ...
(13-06-2017)

Airports now offering as little as €0.90 to the £1 at money exchanges – here's how to get the best holiday cash - The Sun

The SunAirports now offering as little as €0.90 to the £1 at money exchanges – here's how to get the best holiday cashThe SunCards: Debit and credit cards are good back ups but beware of ATM and transaction fees as well as what exchange rate you'll be forced to use. Instead, use FairFX's prepaid currency card for you and your family as you can spend fee-free in the shops and ...
(13-06-2017)

Three practical considerations for purchasing a holiday home abroad - HiFX - The Financial Latest (blog)

HiFX - The Financial Latest (blog)Three practical considerations for purchasing a holiday home abroadHiFX - The Financial Latest (blog)And throughout the process of buying and owning a holiday home, HiFX can help you with international money transfers. We can provide support both when you're buying the property and for ongoing payments to and from the UK such as mortgages, bills or ...
(13-06-2017)

How to bag £150 worth of Nectar points when you take out an American Express credit card - The Sun

How to bag £150 worth of Nectar points when you take out an American Express credit cardThe SunIt's worth noting that you'll only get the points if you spend £2,000 during the first three months – which is fine if you're going to spend the money anyway on a large purchase such as a holiday, but if you can't afford to spend so much, the card isn ...
(13-06-2017)

What's going on with inflation? - AOL UK

AOL UKWhat's going on with inflation?AOL UKFor individuals, this is incredibly difficult, because it means we are effectively living off less and less money each month. For those who were already struggling to get by, this could be the straw that breaks the camel's back. Even for pensioners ...
(13-06-2017)

Advance auto parts legend - Money tree kit - Mortgage style student loans - The Missouri Times

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Introduction to workplace pension provision in the UK - Pensions in ... - Lexology (registration)

Introduction to workplace pension provision in the UK - Pensions in ...Lexology (registration)The UK's state pension previously consisted of two tiers of provision: the Basic State Pension and the Additional State Pension. In 2016, this was…and more »
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