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BBC NewsNewspaper headlines: 'May's top team splits over Brexit'BBC NewsImage caption On the same story, the i says tensions were laid bare as senior ministers squared up in public over competing plans for the UK's future, the Brexit secretary was contradicted by Downing Street, and the chancellor warned the prime minister ...and more »
This is MoneyShould you join the rush to cash in your final salary pension? Experts warn it could be a huge mistakeThis is MoneyCashing in a final salary scheme means transferring a chunk of money out of your company plan and into a personal pension plan. Once you've moved ... In total, Britain's 5,794 remaining final salary pension schemes face a £232 billion black hole in ...
AOL UKReport warns young pension savers heading for cash shortfallAOL UKMore than a third (37%) of those aged 22 to 29 years old said student loans were eating into their monthly pay cheques, while 21% had unpaid credit card bills. Scottish Widows suggested that pensions should reflect the digital age to encourage younger ...and more »
This is MoneyLoyal homeowners paying £300 a year more for their loan: Six of the ten top lenders charge existing customers higher ...This is MoneyA Money Mail investigation found that six of Britain's ten largest mortgage lenders charge their own customers higher rates than those switching from another lender. They are Halifax, Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander, Virgin Money, Yorkshire Building ...
This is MoneyHuge rise in pensioners starting new mortgages: Number of over 70s borrowers jumps 75% in five yearsThis is MoneyThe number of borrowers in their 70s taking out mortgages has jumped by 75 per cent to 16,000 in the past five years. They now account for nearly a fifth of all lending to borrowers aged 55 and over, up from 10 per cent five years ago. Experts say many ...
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Newspaper headlines: 'May's top team splits over Brexit' - BBC News

BBC NewsNewspaper headlines: 'May's top team splits over Brexit'BBC NewsImage caption On the same story, the i says tensions were laid bare as senior ministers squared up in public over competing plans for the UK's future, the Brexit secretary was contradicted by Downing Street, and the chancellor warned the prime minister ...and more »
(28-06-2017)

Should you join the rush to cash in your final salary pension? Experts warn it could be a huge mistake - This is Money

This is MoneyShould you join the rush to cash in your final salary pension? Experts warn it could be a huge mistakeThis is MoneyCashing in a final salary scheme means transferring a chunk of money out of your company plan and into a personal pension plan. Once you've moved ... In total, Britain's 5,794 remaining final salary pension schemes face a £232 billion black hole in ...
(27-06-2017)

Report warns young pension savers heading for cash shortfall - AOL UK

AOL UKReport warns young pension savers heading for cash shortfallAOL UKMore than a third (37%) of those aged 22 to 29 years old said student loans were eating into their monthly pay cheques, while 21% had unpaid credit card bills. Scottish Widows suggested that pensions should reflect the digital age to encourage younger ...and more »
(27-06-2017)

Loyal homeowners paying £300 a year more for their loan: Six of the ten top lenders charge existing customers higher ... - This is Money

This is MoneyLoyal homeowners paying £300 a year more for their loan: Six of the ten top lenders charge existing customers higher ...This is MoneyA Money Mail investigation found that six of Britain's ten largest mortgage lenders charge their own customers higher rates than those switching from another lender. They are Halifax, Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander, Virgin Money, Yorkshire Building ...
(27-06-2017)

Huge rise in pensioners starting new mortgages: Number of over 70s borrowers jumps 75% in five years - This is Money

This is MoneyHuge rise in pensioners starting new mortgages: Number of over 70s borrowers jumps 75% in five yearsThis is MoneyThe number of borrowers in their 70s taking out mortgages has jumped by 75 per cent to 16,000 in the past five years. They now account for nearly a fifth of all lending to borrowers aged 55 and over, up from 10 per cent five years ago. Experts say many ...
(27-06-2017)

Now donate money at church using a contactless debit card: CofE installing readers in 40 churches - This is Money

This is MoneyNow donate money at church using a contactless debit card: CofE installing readers in 40 churchesThis is MoneyChurchgoers will soon be able to donate money with a contactless debit or credit card. The Church of England is installing contactless card readers in 40 churches from August, in a trial aimed at modernising the way it collects money. It hopes making ...and more »
(27-06-2017)

Your credit card rates could be about to go up as Bank of England brings in new rules to prevent another crash - The Sun

The SunYour credit card rates could be about to go up as Bank of England brings in new rules to prevent another crashThe SunThe Bank's Financial Policy Committee warned it was becoming far too easy to obtain credit, including mortgages. Unsecured consumer borrowing on credit cards is rising by close with 10 per cent a year with car finance at up by 15 per cent — far ...UK banks ordered to hold more capital as consumer debt surgesThe GuardianBank of England tightens mortgage borrowing rules amid fears of debt boomExpress.co.ukBritons are used to low interest rates — a hike could derail household financesTelegraph.co.ukFinancial Timesall 78 news articles »
(27-06-2017)

5 online classes that will help you fix your personal finances — all just for £10 - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UK5 online classes that will help you fix your personal finances — all just for £10Business Insider UKHow you choose to save, budget, invest, and spend form the key components to your personal finances. From the stock market to personal pension plans, there are many things we may think we understand but truthfully don't. The best way to have your money ...and more »
(27-06-2017)

Britons are used to low interest rates — a hike could derail household finances - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBritons are used to low interest rates — a hike could derail household financesTelegraph.co.ukOfficials are also worried that low interest rates reduce the amount of profits made by banks and so mean that, should they hit a rough patch, there is less money available for them to use to absorb their losses on bad loans. ... Losses from unpaid ...
(27-06-2017)

Is it always worth combining several small pension pots into one large one? - This is Money

This is MoneyIs it always worth combining several small pension pots into one large one?This is MoneyTransferring to a new pension – such as a Self-Invested Personal Pension (Sipp) – can broaden investment choice. Old contracts may not allow access to the new ... He says: 'If the new pension costs more to administer, then there should be additional ...and more »
(27-06-2017)

Is it always worth combining several pensions into one? | This is ... - This is Money

This is MoneyIs it always worth combining several pensions into one? | This is ...This is MoneyWorkers switch jobs 11 times on average over their career, according to Government figures. This means that many of us can expect to end up with 11 pensions ...and more »
(27-06-2017)

Tim Westwood reveals he's been inundated with 'sugar daddy' requests after accidentally sharing his credit card ... - The Sun

The SunTim Westwood reveals he's been inundated with 'sugar daddy' requests after accidentally sharing his credit card ...The SunRENOWNED DJ Tim Westwood's inbox has been flooded with women desperate for him to be their sugar daddy after he accidentally shared his credit card details on Snapchat. The 59-year-old thought he'd sent the pic of his card ... I'll see you every week ...and more »
(27-06-2017)

Have you factored in these costs of moving abroad? - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukHave you factored in these costs of moving abroad?Express.co.ukLarge money matters often take precedence, leaving you focussed on buying property, securing visas and sorting out a job or pension. But there are lots of other costs associated with moving overseas.
(27-06-2017)

UK banks ordered to hold more capital as consumer debt surges - The Guardian

The GuardianUK banks ordered to hold more capital as consumer debt surgesThe GuardianUK banks ordered to hold more capital as consumer debt surges. Bank of England brings forward annual stress ... The Bank of England is to force banks to strengthen their financial position in the face of a rapid growth in borrowing on credit cards, car ...Bank of England tightens mortgage borrowing rules amid fears of debt boomExpress.co.ukall 86 news articles »
(27-06-2017)

'I want to charge my son the market rate for a mortgage. How do I do it?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'I want to charge my son the market rate for a mortgage. How do I do it?'Telegraph.co.ukThe Bank of Mum and Dad has become a top lender in the UK, but what rates should they charge? Credit: Apex News and ... I want to ensure that he is paying market interest rate for the mortgage, as I want to get a return on my money. I want it fixed for ...
(27-06-2017)
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