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Should you take your 25% tax-free pension lump sum? And are fears the Government could axe it justified? - This is Money

This is MoneyShould you take your 25% tax-free pension lump sum? And are fears the Government could axe it justified?This is MoneyBy Tanya Jefferies for Thisismoney.co.uk. Published: 04:57 EDT, 26 June 2017 ... When it comes to using that money, some 17 per cent plan to put it into a cash Isa, 15 per cent will stash it in a bank account, 14 per cent will take a holiday, 12 per ...and more »
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'I've got two mortgages and two kids – should I cash in my £1.1m final salary pension?' - Telegraph.co.uk

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UK consumer lending growth in May slowest since 2015 - BBA - London South East (registration) (blog)

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UK BBA May mortgage approvals 40.347k vs 40.250 exp - ForexLive

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British widow in SL seeks help to return home - Daily Mirror

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Tim Westwood accidentally gives out credit card with 'no limit' details on Snapchat - Metro

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Five common money worries - AOL UK

AOL UKFive common money worriesAOL UKWe hope it never happens to us, but the reality is money troubles can affect anyone at any time. Often through no fault of our own, we find ourselves in difficulty and without enough money to make ends meet. Our fantastic staff at the Money Advice Line ...
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Scottish Mortgage shunned Uber after company threatened journalist - Citywire.co.uk

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Former AIB exec to target Irish market with new digital only bank - Irish Times

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THE MONEY FILE: How to get the best exchange rates this summer ... - South Wales Argus

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THE MONEY FILE: How to get the best exchange rates this summer - South Wales Argus

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Stranded Scot begs for help to return home after her husband is shot dead in Sri Lanka - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordStranded Scot begs for help to return home after her husband is shot dead in Sri LankaScottish Daily Record“I sold up in Scotland in order to get the money to get the house built. “I gave my husband £60,000 and bought him the bus in 2015 for £31,000. “I paid for our ... Diane said she has been in contact with the British consulate. She wants to find a ...and more »
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Currencycloud Partners with Hyundai to Power Seamless International Payments in South Korea - Business Wire (press release)

Currencycloud Partners with Hyundai to Power Seamless International Payments in South KoreaBusiness Wire (press release)The service, established by the UK-headquartered FinTech company and Hyundai Motor Group's credit issuing arm in conjunction with Korea's long-standing Shinhan Bank, allows users to wire their money overseas with fewer process steps and lower fees than ...and more »
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Greater regulation of our building standards would make it easier to fund social housing - Independent.ie

Independent.ieGreater regulation of our building standards would make it easier to fund social housingIndependent.ieIn the UK, prospective new home buyers can't obtain a mortgage unless the property is covered by a LDI policy. Greater use of LDI policies would give enhanced protection to all stakeholders in the residential construction industry, including the ...
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Payday advance ~ Credit card for those with bad credit ~ online loans - Queens Tribune

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