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Retirement saving: SIPP or Lifetime ISA?Motley Fool UKBut which retirement-focused product — a Lifetime ISA (LISA) or Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) — is best? Here's my take. ... Just like the LISA, however, your money can be invested in a variety of instruments, such as shares, funds, trusts ...and more »
The TimesTroubleshooter: Opening account was not easy as 1, 2, 3The TimesIt does seem ironic, however, that Santander, which is pushing a current account to undergraduate students, the very people who are most unlikely to have borrowed money in the past, would reject a young person for failing to have a rich enough credit ...
The TimesPension charges can cost you more than a scamThe TimesSavers have been moving their money from DB schemes, which pay out a set amount of money for life and are considered the most generous kind of pension, into self-invested personal pensions (Sipps). These are a type of defined-contribution (DC) pension, ...
The TimesPlay a part in the electric car revolutionThe TimesYou may not drive an electric car, but the chances are your pension or savings are invested in Tesla or one of the many component and IT companies involved in this burgeoning industry. The popular Scottish Mortgage investment trust, for example, is one ...and more »
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Retirement saving: SIPP or Lifetime ISA? - Motley Fool UK

Retirement saving: SIPP or Lifetime ISA?Motley Fool UKBut which retirement-focused product — a Lifetime ISA (LISA) or Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) — is best? Here's my take. ... Just like the LISA, however, your money can be invested in a variety of instruments, such as shares, funds, trusts ...and more »
(18-08-2018)

Troubleshooter: Opening account was not easy as 1, 2, 3 - The Times

The TimesTroubleshooter: Opening account was not easy as 1, 2, 3The TimesIt does seem ironic, however, that Santander, which is pushing a current account to undergraduate students, the very people who are most unlikely to have borrowed money in the past, would reject a young person for failing to have a rich enough credit ...
(17-08-2018)

Pension charges can cost you more than a scam - The Times

The TimesPension charges can cost you more than a scamThe TimesSavers have been moving their money from DB schemes, which pay out a set amount of money for life and are considered the most generous kind of pension, into self-invested personal pensions (Sipps). These are a type of defined-contribution (DC) pension, ...
(17-08-2018)

Play a part in the electric car revolution - The Times

The TimesPlay a part in the electric car revolutionThe TimesYou may not drive an electric car, but the chances are your pension or savings are invested in Tesla or one of the many component and IT companies involved in this burgeoning industry. The popular Scottish Mortgage investment trust, for example, is one ...and more »
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Does it pay to be a buy-to-let landlord? - The Times

The TimesDoes it pay to be a buy-to-let landlord?The TimesThere are still about 1.9 million outstanding buy-to-let mortgages, but the number of new loans approved for purchases of rental properties in June was nearly 20 per cent lower than a year ago, according to UK Finance, a trade body. Tax changes have ...
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Anne Ashworth: Don't be caught out by your good manners - The Times

The TimesAnne Ashworth: Don't be caught out by your good mannersThe TimesBe direct, or even downright rude, for it may be the only way to combat the crimewave caused by the pension freedoms. Victims of fraud are losing an average of £91,000, according to the Pension Regulator and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Yet ...
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Our travel editor reveals the eight tips you NEED to follow if you want to avoid overpaying on car hire - The Sun

The SunOur travel editor reveals the eight tips you NEED to follow if you want to avoid overpaying on car hireThe SunImportantly, the car hire company will require a credit card, in the name of the main driver, with enough spare credit on it to cover a specified deposit that they will take if there is any damage to the car or an accident.This can range from £500 to ...
(17-08-2018)

This Week In Credit Card News: Truth About Debt Forgiveness; Do Banks Know Your Credit Card Secrets? - Forbes

ForbesThis Week In Credit Card News: Truth About Debt Forgiveness; Do Banks Know Your Credit Card Secrets?ForbesFoodies and movie buffs, Capital One wants to put a new card in your wallet: a revamped Savor Cash Rewards card with the highest cashback percentage in the industry for both dining and entertainment. The 4% is among the highest year-round ... the UK ...and more »
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North Carolina Retirement System - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UKNorth Carolina Retirement SystemYahoo Finance UKAside from the sheer number of retirement systems, pension funds and plans available in North Carolina, its typical benefit offers are standard. In fact, these come in defined benefit, defined contribution and personal investment plan options. However ...and more »
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Wisconsin Retirement System - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UKWisconsin Retirement SystemYahoo Finance UKWisconsin boasts one of the least complicated retirement systems in the country, as essentially all state and local employees fall under the umbrella of the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS). It has experienced ... This tax-deferred status can be ...and more »
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UK Businesses Find Benefits To Cashless Payments - PaymentsJournal

PaymentsJournalUK Businesses Find Benefits To Cashless PaymentsPaymentsJournalAs technology develops so does the world of credit and debit card payments, from school dinner money to business invoices, the majority of customers expect to be able to pay by plastic. Proof of the growing trend came months ago, reported by FinExtra ...
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33000 cases of credit card fraud reported in just six months – here's how to protect yourself - The Sun

The Sun33000 cases of credit card fraud reported in just six months – here's how to protect yourselfThe SunA “sharp rise” in fraudsters applying for credit card accounts using stolen identities has been reported by an independent fraud data sharing organisation. Cifas' latest figures reveal 33,305 cases of credit card identity (ID) fraud between January and ...and more »
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Retirement mortgages: what you need to know - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukRetirement mortgages: what you need to knowTelegraph.co.ukYou may still owe money on yours and need to remortgage. But some lenders are unwilling to lend to those over 65. We are living longer and have many retirement expectations, which has prompted more choice for later-life borrowing. Certain options will ...
(17-08-2018)

Arcus, Happy Money launch direct credit card payoff product - Verdict

VerdictArcus, Happy Money launch direct credit card payoff productVerdictFintech startups Arcus and Happy Money have joined forces to launch a direct credit card payoff product. The new product will operate within Happy Money's Payoff Loan service. Through this new offering, the companies aim to address the growing amount ...
(17-08-2018)
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