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This is MoneyTop guide to getting most of your holiday spending moneyThis is MoneyUsing a credit or debit card abroad can be eye-wateringly expensive with foreign transaction fees and withdrawal charges adding as much as 3 per cent each every time you whip out your card. While there are specific deals available offering reduced fees ...and more »
Don't be lured in by Q1 profits at Barclays plc & Standard Chartered plcAOL Money UKUnfortunately for shareholders, these two divisions weighing down profits hide the continued great results of the underlying retail bank and credit card arm. These UK operations' RoTE for the quarter was 20.5%, far out-stripping the rest of the bank ...and more »
This is MoneySantander reports rise in 123 current account closuresThis is MoneyIn the report, it says: 'There has been an increase in 123 current account and credit card closures following the fee changes.' A spokesman added: 'We remain a net gainer in current ... For example, the average UK dual fuel energy bill is £1,098 a year ...and more »
Express.co.ukWhy Philip Green needs to pay his pension billExpress.co.ukThe failure of BHS is a shocking tale of modern business practice and how some grow rich while their companies are driven into the ground, taking in this case the jobs of 11,000 employees with it, along with the financial prospects of 20,000 pensioners ...BHS collapse: Sir Philip Green may face grilling by MPsThe GuardianBHS staff reassured over wages as owner works to save collapsed retailerBelfast Telegraphall 171 news articles »
Mirror.co.ukBHS gift card customers told they have to spend TWICE card's value to be allowed to use itMirror.co.ukCustomers speeding to spend their BHS gift cards as the store's future hangs in the balance say they feel conned after being told they must spend DOUBLE the amount on the card to use it. The rule wasn't in use previously, but was announced when ...and more »
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Why new EU rules mean you're getting less cashback from credit cards: these are the best deals left... - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWhy new EU rules mean you're getting less cashback from credit cards: these are the best deals left...Telegraph.co.ukNatwest, Royal Bank of Scotland, Tesco and M&S are among the providers to cut credit card cashback or reduce points incentives since the European commission introduced the Interchange Fee Regulation (IFR) in December. "Interchange ... According to The ...and more »
(25-04-2016)

Why new EU rules mean you're getting less cashback and rewards from credit cards - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWhy new EU rules mean you're getting less cashback and rewards from credit cardsTelegraph.co.ukNatwest, Royal Bank of Scotland, Tesco and M&S are among the providers to cut credit card cashback or reduce points incentives since the European commission introduced the Interchange Fee Regulation (IFR) in December. "Interchange ... According to The ...and more »
(25-04-2016)

Fifth of Isa savers 'maxing out' their annual allowance - Yahoo Finance UK

Fifth of Isa savers 'maxing out' their annual allowanceYahoo Finance UKDespite the new allowance, Isas can still be a good idea for some people as once money is in an Isa, it is ring-fenced from the taxman until the saver decides to withdraw the cash. For some people, a pay rise could also halve their personal savings ...and more »
(25-04-2016)

Goldman's retail move follows the money - Financial Times

Financial TimesGoldman's retail move follows the moneyFinancial TimesIn the UK, incoming ringfencing rules are forcing groups to segregate the funding of investment banking operations. Restrictions are also in place in Switzerland, and the EU may yet institute a version of ringfencing. For now, universal ... Its entry ...Would you bank at Goldman Sachs?Management Todayall 33 news articles »
(25-04-2016)

The Lloyds Bank 'targets' staff claim are forcing them to flog you products - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukThe Lloyds Bank 'targets' staff claim are forcing them to flog you productsMirror.co.ukIn a document seen by Mirror Money , Lloyds sets out Minimum Competency Standards for mortgage referrals, savings, personal loans, banking, added value accounts, credit cards, general insurance, business accounts, overdrafts and wealth referrals.
(25-04-2016)

Reverse pension freedoms to protect young people, experts say - Citywire.co.uk

Reverse pension freedoms to protect young people, experts sayCitywire.co.ukPension freedom should be partly reversed to force retirees to annuitise part of their savings and protect younger taxpayers from supporting those who run out of money in old age, according to experts. Following the introduction of pension freedoms ...and more »
(25-04-2016)

BHS collapse: 11000 workers' jobs at stake as retailer goes into administration - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBHS collapse: 11000 workers' jobs at stake as retailer goes into administrationTelegraph.co.ukConsumers who paid for a voucher with a credit card are protected by the Consumer Credit Act for purchases over £100, according to R3. If gift vouchers are not ... It was a combination of bad trading and not being able to raise enough money from the ...BHS goes into administration: How it affects youMoneywise Magazineall 324 news articles »
(25-04-2016)

BHS collapse: 11000 workers' jobs at stake as retailer goes in administration - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBHS collapse: 11000 workers' jobs at stake as retailer goes in administrationTelegraph.co.ukThere is rarely enough money to pay everyone, and the lower a creditor's position the less likely they are to recoup money – which puts consumers lower on the pecking order than banks and employees. Consumers who paid for a voucher with a credit card ...and more »
(25-04-2016)

Force retirees to part-annuitise to protect young people - Citywire.co.uk

Force retirees to part-annuitise to protect young peopleCitywire.co.uk'Pensions have to provide an income for life no matter how long [a person] lives and that has not changed,' he said. He said that giving people access to money and telling them 'to spend wisely' would not help retirees understand the longevity risks of ...and more »
(25-04-2016)

Pension scheme at heart of BHS woes - BBC News

BBC NewsPension scheme at heart of BHS woesBBC NewsMany analysts argue the writing has been on the wall for retailer BHS for some time - and much the same could be said for the pension scheme. The failure of the retail chain and the hole in its pension are inextricably linked but, for members of the ...Sir Philip Green – the man who turned the hard work of the British high street into glittering partiesThe Independentall 633 news articles »
(25-04-2016)

FCA sets out revamped pension freedom rules - Money Marketing

Money MarketingFCA sets out revamped pension freedom rulesMoney MarketingRequirements around suitability reports and providing personal recommendations on income withdrawals are also to be extended to UFPLS with immediate effect, the regulator says. It says: “We consider that advisers have a responsibility to explain the ...and more »
(25-04-2016)

European Commission - Daily News - EU News

European Commission - Daily NewsEU NewsOTPP is a pension fund for teachers in the Canadian province of Ontario. OTPP has investments in a variety of companies worldwide, including Bridon International Ltd, a UK company active in the production and sale of wire ropes for various applications.
(25-04-2016)

BHS vouchers: Spend them now or risk losing money, says Which? - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLiveBHS vouchers: Spend them now or risk losing money, says Which?ChronicleLive“It is also worth remembering that if you've bought items costing more than £100 on a credit card and the supplier goes bust, you can claim a refund by writing to the credit card company with details of your claim.” BHS on Northumberland Street. There ...and more »
(25-04-2016)

Are Shakespeare's musings on money still relevant today? - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Are Shakespeare's musings on money still relevant today?Spectator.co.uk (blog)But now personal finance is on the National Curriculum (it forms part of citizenship for 11-16-year-olds), could works such as Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night and The Merchant of Venice be used to educate children about managing their money? ... And ...and more »
(25-04-2016)

Fifth of Isa savers 'maxing out' their annual allowance - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKFifth of Isa savers 'maxing out' their annual allowanceAOL Money UKDespite the new allowance, Isas can still be a good idea for some people as once money is in an Isa, it is ring-fenced from the taxman until the saver decides to withdraw the cash. For some people, a pay rise could also halve their personal savings ...and more »
(25-04-2016)
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