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AOL Money UKInterest-only mortgage holders warned of ticking time bombAOL Money UKWhile lenders now have a legal obligation to consider alternative options before starting possession action - including extending the length of a mortgage, changing its type and giving people reasonable time to sell up - these protections do not apply ...Mortgages: Nearly one million 'face difficulties'BBC NewsMortgages: interest-only deals a 'ticking time bomb' for one million homeownersThe IndependentNearly one million households with interest-only mortgages can't pay off debtsDaily MailTelegraph.co.uk -expressandstar.comall 29 news articles »
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NAPF: better reporting to close gender pay gapFT AdviserThe National Association of Pension Funds has called on government to tackle “very limited reporting” by companies on how they manage their workforce and the consequences of this lack of transparency for long-term investors, such as pension schemes.and more »
Advisers and accountants must collaborate for AE to workFT Adviser“The payroll bureaux are run by accountants, the accountants are now seeing auto-enrolment as a revenue generator- there is money in managing the employer's risk.” He added that there is a lot of demand for financial advice, but not much supply in this ...and more »
Scottish Daily RecordMortgage advice: Money Doctor's top 5 tips for first time buyersScottish Daily RecordThis way you will know exactly how much your mortgage is going to cost you every month during the fixed-rate period, which could be up to five years. With this option, regardless of what happens to base rates during the fixed-rate period, your monthly ...
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