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AOL UKBanks report strongest mortgage lending figure since 2008AOL UKBanks and building societies have reported their strongest January mortgage lending figure since 2008 amid signs that the market is holding up "pretty well". The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) said an estimated £18.9 billion-worth of home loans were ...Loans given to London home movers drop to lowest level since 1991AOL Money UKall 15 news articles »
Reuters UKBarclays reports surprise capital boost as legal costs loomReuters UKLONDON Barclays (BARC.L) reported a surprise increase in its capital reserves on Thursday thanks to the speedy sale of unwanted assets, helping the British bank put money aside as it braces for legal battles and worsening market conditions. Reporting ...UPDATE 2-Barclays reports surprise capital boost as legal costs loomLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 86 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukFTSE 100 struggles but pound edges higher amid growing concerns about political stability in EuropeTelegraph.co.ukEven though German overtook the UK to become the fastest growing major advanced economy in 2016, the pound is rising. Concerns over the outcome of French presidential elections in April and May have propelled the local currency higher. It rose by as ...and more »
Money MarketingPerfect storm: Advisers and FCA struggle with DB transfersMoney MarketingAccording to figures from the Personal Finance Society, around 7,000 Chartered Insurance Institute statement of professional standing holders are qualified to give pension transfer advice. The PFS says there are another 1,000 advisers working towards a ...Pensions - Articles - Industry comment on the FCA retirement trend reportActuarial PostLess than half take lump sum advice despite soaring withdrawals: FCAFinancial Reporterall 11 news articles »
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Bitter after Taste: "Tastecard took my money - and I didn't even know they had my bank details" - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBitter after Taste: "Tastecard took my money - and I didn't even know they had my bank details"Mirror.co.ukWith this in mind, Anna told Mirror Money she attempted to get in touch with Tastecard on "a number of occasions" on Friday 10 February - two days before her card expired - however she had no luck. "At one point, I finally got through, but the phone ...
(17-02-2017)

Barclays offers to pay your stamp duty, but would you do better to pick up the tab and get a lower-rate mortgage? - Daily Mail

Daily MailBarclays offers to pay your stamp duty, but would you do better to pick up the tab and get a lower-rate mortgage?Daily MailMr Boulger crunched some numbers to determine if borrowers could save money with the Barclays deal, covering various price points included in the deal, from the bottom of the scale at £100,000 to the top at £500,000. He also considered how much the ...and more »
(17-02-2017)

You need to start planning if you ever want to retire - AOL UK

AOL UKYou need to start planning if you ever want to retireAOL UKYou can use the Money Advice Service Pensions calculator to see how much your current pensions are likely to give you when you're older. ... So it makes sense to build up more retirement savings, usually by saving into a workplace or personal pension.
(17-02-2017)

Teach money management and mortgages at school, urges industry firm - Introducer Today

Introducer TodayTeach money management and mortgages at school, urges industry firmIntroducer TodayIn response to last week's Housing White Paper, mortgage management firm Computershare Loan Services has urged the government to make sure school children are taught how to manage money and make informed financial decisions. It says that money and ...
(17-02-2017)

One in four UK retirees burdened by unpaid mortgage or other debts - The Guardian

This is MoneyOne in four UK retirees burdened by unpaid mortgage or other debtsThe GuardianThe FCA has warned that almost half of all people with interest-only home loans (about 1.3m homeowners) might not have enough money to pay off their home loans when they mature, fuelling fears that some might need to keep making monthly mortgage ...Workers taking debts into retirement now commonplace thanks to big mortgages and easy creditThis is Moneyall 10 news articles »
(17-02-2017)

You share a marriage — but do you share financial secrets? - Financial Times

Financial TimesYou share a marriage — but do you share financial secrets?Financial TimesBut look at the way the UK treats the married and the unmarried and while you might not use the word “oppression” you might think, that when it comes to money at least, he has a point. Tie the knot in the UK and your path to ... Who has a pension and ...
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How renting can fix the UK's broken housing market - The Independent

The IndependentHow renting can fix the UK's broken housing marketThe IndependentNot only is it difficult to sell a house when you urgently need the money, if house prices fall – even by a not unusual 10 per cent – your losses will be multiplied by the gearing effect of the mortgage. For example, if all of your savings amount to ...
(17-02-2017)

Weaker Pound benefits Brits selling property overseas - HiFX - The Financial Latest (blog)

HiFX - The Financial Latest (blog)Weaker Pound benefits Brits selling property overseasHiFX - The Financial Latest (blog)The weaker Pound is potentially a concern for people in the UK with interests overseas and UK expats with income in Sterling, as it reduces their spending power abroad. However, for Brits who are looking to sell their overseas property, it could be an ...
(16-02-2017)

Credit cards that can cut the cost of flights - AOL UK

AOL UKCredit cards that can cut the cost of flightsAOL UKThat's 50% more than the fee-free the British Airways American Express. You'll also be able to rack up three Avios ... The Virgin Atlantic White Credit Card Account is a fee-free airmile reward account that comes with one American Express card and one ...
(16-02-2017)

What happens next to the final salary British Steel Pension Fund? - WalesOnline

WalesOnlineWhat happens next to the final salary British Steel Pension Fund?WalesOnlineTata Steel's contribution of 10% is generous when compared to the UK average, which, when you remove the very small employers, is around 6%. However, a 10% contribution from Tata Steel and a 6% member contribution is unlikely to replicate the pension ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Over-50s are the new business start-up generation - Financial Times

Financial TimesOver-50s are the new business start-up generationFinancial TimesAge discrimination does not exist when you are your own boss. The growth in self-employment since 2000 has been fuelled by the over-50s who are finding it increasingly hard to find full-time work. With the sheer number of baby-boomers now approaching ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Will we pay higher stamp duty on a buy-to-let property? - The Guardian

Will we pay higher stamp duty on a buy-to-let property?The GuardianIt could be worth looking into alternatives to property investment, especially now that the rules on personal pensions are so much more flexible and you are no longer required to buy an annuity with your pension savings. With a pension, for example ...
(16-02-2017)

UK consumers baffled by their credit cards - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKUK consumers baffled by their credit cardsAOL Money UKAt this time of year, we're more likely than ever to be relying on credit cards cards to get us through the salary squeeze. It may be that we're doing so cleverly, and cost-effectively, but there's a good chance that most of us have just put our ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Lisa Riley admits that her Emmerdale co-star had to cut up her credit cards to stop her spending - Metro

MetroLisa Riley admits that her Emmerdale co-star had to cut up her credit cards to stop her spendingMetroThe UK's youngest EuroMillions winner Jane Park was on Loose Women speaking candidly about the dangers of having so much money and how it can take over your life and Lisa admitted that she could relate to what she was saying. She said: 'I didn't ...and more »
(16-02-2017)

Why pension incomes are higher than working age incomes - Money Observer

Why pension incomes are higher than working age incomesMoney ObserverThe remainder of the increase in pensioner incomes comes from growth in public benefits - largely before, but including, the introduction of the state pension 'triple lock'. As a result pensioners, rather than workers, are pushing up average incomes in ...and more »
(16-02-2017)
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