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Mortgage lending to home buyers 'reaches busiest February levels since 2007' - AOL UK

AOL UKMortgage lending to home buyers 'reaches busiest February levels since 2007'AOL UKMortgage lending to home buyers has reached its highest levels for February in over a decade, a trade association has reported. Some 50,000 mortgages were handed out to first-time buyers or home movers in February this year - the highest figure for ...Mortgage lending to home buyers `reaches busiest February levels since 2007´Daily MailUK Finance: Homeowner purchases at 10 year highProperty Reporterall 8 news articles »
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Mortgage lending to home buyers 'reaches busiest February levels since 2007' - AOL Travel UK

AOL Travel UKMortgage lending to home buyers 'reaches busiest February levels since 2007'AOL Travel UKMortgage lending to home buyers has reached its highest levels for February in over a decade, a trade association has reported. Some 50,000 mortgages were handed out to first-time buyers or home movers in February this year - the highest figure for ...Mortgage lending to home buyers `reaches busiest February levels since 2007´Daily MailUK Finance: Homeowner purchases at 10 year highProperty Reporterall 6 news articles »
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What the changes to pensions mean for you, and how to save for a comfortable retirement - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphWhat the changes to pensions mean for you, and how to save for a comfortable retirementBelfast TelegraphWhile this may also seem like a daunting sum, McQueen says investment growth over time can really help boost the size of a pension pot. "The sooner you start saving, the sooner you benefit from interest and investment returns," he adds. What if I'm ...and more »
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Britain's cost of living squeeze eases as pay overtakes inflation - business live - The Guardian

The GuardianBritain's cost of living squeeze eases as pay overtakes inflation - business liveThe GuardianIt is somewhat disappointing that wage growth hasn't come through more powerfully given that there is really very little room for unemployment to fall any further. “Although wage growth does strengthen the outlook for the UK fractionally, it does not ...Finally! Wages go up faster than prices as record numbers of Brits find workMirror.co.ukall 545 news articles »
(17-04-2018)

Could you improve your credit rating by saving every month? Loqbox claims it can help to save not spend, but watch ... - This is Money

This is MoneyCould you improve your credit rating by saving every month? Loqbox claims it can help to save not spend, but watch ...This is MoneyBut it says 96 per cent of customers improve their rating and if you don't, you get your money back. Again you can cancel your plan at any time. Another difference, it offers contracts for up to 36 months if you want. The other option is a credit ...and more »
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Money Pit Stop: How do I cover potential care costs in later life and leave money to my children? - This is Money

This is MoneyMoney Pit Stop: How do I cover potential care costs in later life and leave money to my children?This is MoneyWe often caution our clients when it comes to deferring state pension income. While it means you receive higher payments when you do claim, it is still difficult to recover the full amount for the period you deferred in real terms. For many people who ...
(17-04-2018)

Revenue ties cross-border tax on ARFs up in knots - Irish Times

Irish TimesRevenue ties cross-border tax on ARFs up in knotsIrish TimesIs it possible to move countries with an ARF/AMRF? I retired four years ago and took out an ARF and an AMRF with my pension fund. The ARF is now my main source of pension. I am originally from the UK and for family reasons my wife and I are considering ...
(17-04-2018)

UK woman goes broke after attending 20 weddings in four years - 9Honey

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Avantcard in Tesco Irish credit card swoop - Independent.ie

Independent.ieAvantcard in Tesco Irish credit card swoopIndependent.ieAvantcard has reached an agreement with Tesco Bank to acquire the UK retail giant's Irish credit card portfolio, subject to regulatory approval. Existing Tesco Bank customer accounts will be migrated to the Avantcard platform when the integration is ...and more »
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Sparring with leftist front-runner, Mexico's Slim defends airport project - Business Insider

Business InsiderSparring with leftist front-runner, Mexico's Slim defends airport projectBusiness InsiderConfirming a Reuters report from April, Slim said his bank Grupo Financiero Inbursa, through its pension fund and other funds, acquired a 43 percent stake in an investment trust designed to part-finance the project. Slim, who has handed management of ...and more »
(16-04-2018)

Clear out: Here's how to ditch the financial duds that may trash your cash - This is Money

This is MoneyClear out: Here's how to ditch the financial duds that may trash your cashThis is MoneyFor example, Burton, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Outfit and Wallis cards all charge interest of 29.9 per cent. Frost adds: 'If the cards give you other benefits, such as purchase discounts or early access to sales, you should calculate if they are worth ...
(16-04-2018)

How to spring clean your finances: Nine financial duds that may just trash your crash - and how to get rid of them - This is Money

This is MoneyHow to spring clean your finances: Nine financial duds that may just trash your crash - and how to get rid of themThis is MoneyFrost adds: 'If the cards give you other benefits, such as purchase discounts or early access to sales, you should calculate if they are worth paying the extra interest for. If not, consider switching to a regular credit card.' For example, MBNA All ...
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Hilton's AmEx credit cards come with great perks like free hotel nights — but one is a better value for most people - Business Insider

Business InsiderHilton's AmEx credit cards come with great perks like free hotel nights — but one is a better value for most peopleBusiness InsiderLast June, Hilton announced that it was dropping Citi as a card provider and using Amex exclusively. Citi Hilton cardholders were transitioned to Amex accounts in January, and the existing Amex cards are in the process of being transitioned to the new ...
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Sparring with leftist front-runner, Mexico's Slim defends airport project - Reuters

ReutersSparring with leftist front-runner, Mexico's Slim defends airport projectReutersConfirming a Reuters report from April, Slim said his bank Grupo Financiero Inbursa, through its pension fund and other funds, acquired a 43 percent stake in an investment trust designed to part-finance the project. Slim, who has handed management of ...and more »
(16-04-2018)

Introducing the Consumer Investment Awards: cast your vote now - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukIntroducing the Consumer Investment Awards: cast your vote nowTelegraph.co.ukTrying to pick the right online service to hold your investments is a minefield. With more and more digital services fighting for the right to hold your Isas, pensions and funds, people often write to me suffering from “paralysis by analysis”. Unlike ...
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