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Wristband could use electric zaps to keep wearers from spending too much money - Daily Mail

Daily MailWristband could use electric zaps to keep wearers from spending too much moneyDaily MailMany people with dangerous spending habits might get a bit of a shock when they check their bank account - but only in their minds. Now a British company is hoping to turn this into a real physical sensation. A wristband that delivers a 255 volt ...and more »
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Do you have shocking spending habits? Wristband could use electric zaps to keep wearers from spending too much ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailDo you have shocking spending habits? Wristband could use electric zaps to keep wearers from spending too much ...Daily MailMany people with dangerous spending habits might get a bit of a shock when they check their bank account - but only in their minds. Now a British company is hoping to turn this into a real physical sensation. A wristband that delivers a 255 volt ...and more »
(19-05-2016)

Are today's top turnaround buys G4S plc, Legal & General Group plc and TUI AG? - AOL Money UK

Are today's top turnaround buys G4S plc, Legal & General Group plc and TUI AG?AOL Money UKPensions and insurance firm Legal & General Group (LSE: LGEN) has fallen out of favour recently, dropping 20% since the start of the year. But the firm's 2015 results were solid and I believe sentiment may be improving towards the stock. Legal ...and more »
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Bank of England's chief economist admits 'I can't make sense of pensions' - Daily Mail

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(19-05-2016)

Revealed: the magic formula for a prosperous retirement - Spectator.co.uk

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Give to your kids, give to charity, and don't leave too much to the taxman - Spectator.co.uk

Spectator.co.ukGive to your kids, give to charity, and don't leave too much to the taxmanSpectator.co.ukThey own homes that steadily increase in value; many enjoy defined-benefit pensions; their life expectancy is considerably longer than that of their parents, and their expectations of comfortable old age are considerably higher than those of their ...
(19-05-2016)

Pension fees capped in victory for the Daily Mail - Daily Mail

Daily MailPension fees capped in victory for the Daily MailDaily MailData collected by City watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority showed that nearly 700,000 customers who should be able to access their pensions could face cash-in charges. ... Critics fear the new accounts could eventually be used as a 'trojan horse ...The Queen's Speech: Pension savers to be better protectedBBC NewsMaster trusts to face 'strict' new market entry criteria, UK government confirmsOut-Law.comQueen's Speech - first responsesThe HR Director Magazineall 31 news articles »
(18-05-2016)

A shameful way to treat disabled people - Morning Star Online

A shameful way to treat disabled peopleMorning Star OnlineDISABILITY LABOUR has called on the Prime Minister and the new Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb to scrap the personal independence payment (PIP) assessments and launch an “urgent inquiry” into what has been described as an “abusive and cruel ...
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Bank of England's chief economist calls for more simple pension system - The Guardian

The GuardianBank of England's chief economist calls for more simple pension systemThe GuardianOver-complex pensions are harming the UK economy and reinforcing mistrust of the financial sector, the Bank of England's chief economist has warned, as he admitted even he was unable to make the “remotest sense” of them. Andrew Haldane said ordinary ...Bank of England's chief economist admits 'I can't make sense of pensions'Daily Mailall 8 news articles »
(18-05-2016)

Love triangle MPs referred to standards commissioner over expenses claims - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLove triangle MPs referred to standards commissioner over expenses claimsTelegraph.co.ukLast year Mr Hosie had his credit card blocked by parliamentary authorities during the period he was believed to have seeing Ms Cowdy. He refused to comment when approached on Wednesday night. Mr Carlaw said: "The SNP says there is no financial ...Angus MacNeil claimed expenses for luxury room where he indulged in affairDaily Mailall 61 news articles »
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Seven 'facts' about retirement planning: true or false? - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownSeven 'facts' about retirement planning: true or false?Hargreaves LansdownPension Wise provides free impartial guidance on your retirement options face-to-face, online or over the phone - more on Pension Wise ». This article is not personal advice. We offer a range of information to help you plan your own finances and ...Get it right the first timeFT Adviserall 4 news articles »
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Revealed: the magic formula for a prosperous retirement - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Revealed: the magic formula for a prosperous retirementSpectator.co.uk (blog)This piece is from the new issue of Spectator Money, out on Thursday 19 May. The magazine will come free with your next copy of The Spectator, and will also be available to read online at www.spectator.co.uk/money. We're all getting older. We've just ...
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Revealed: the magic formula for a properous retirement - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Revealed: the magic formula for a properous retirementSpectator.co.uk (blog)This piece is from the new issue of Spectator Money, out on Thursday 19 May. The magazine will come free with your next copy of The Spectator, and will also be available to read online at www.spectator.co.uk/money. We're all getting older. We've just ...
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Master trusts to face 'strict' new market entry criteria, UK government confirms - Out-Law.com

Master trusts to face 'strict' new market entry criteria, UK government confirmsOut-Law.comThe government also intends to restructure the public financial guidance services into a pensions guidance body and a financial guidance body, which would replace the existing Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS), Pension Wise and Money Advice Service (MAS ...and more »
(18-05-2016)

Five ways to cut the cost of your summer holiday - The Week UK

The Week UKFive ways to cut the cost of your summer holidayThe Week UKThe enormous mark-up placed on flights and hotels during school holidays hit the headlines again last week when father-of-one Jon Platt won his court battle to avoid a fine for taking his daughter out of school for a family holiday. Mr Platt argued ...
(18-05-2016)
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