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MoneyWeekWhat the papers say: the impact of Brexit on your financesMoneyWeekUnsurprisingly the papers have been full of commentary about the implications of Brexit for your personal finances – and their take is generally negative. The Daily Telegraph backed the Leave side, but its ... He also points out that Cameron pledged to ...
AOL Money UKCameron signed new mortgage agreement eight days before EU vote - what did he know?AOL Money UKOn 5th June, he announced that one of the shocks to the UK economy in the immediate aftermath of a Leave vote could be higher interest rates on mortgages. This, he ... As a Remain campaigner he was unlikely to voice the other side of the argument, but ...'I'm losing my £140k job and £7k a month in rent' - a new Money Makeover for the CameronsTelegraph.co.ukall 11 news articles »
'Brexit' vote could make mortgages cheaper from this weekCitywire.co.ukBoulger said that a cut in the interest rate would be negligible and that consumers would benefit more from a reduction in the cost of 'long term money', in other words mortgages. He believes that banks will cut their mortgage rates as soon as possible ...and more »
Los Angeles TimesAmerica isn't saving enough for retirement. Can that be fixed before it's too late?Los Angeles TimesThe point was driven home Friday when markets convulsed over the U.K.'s vote to exit the European Union. Like the financial crisis and Great Recession, which drained 401(k) accounts and pummeled Americans' finances, the Brexit stock selloff left ...and more »
Los Angeles TimesAmerica is saving too little for retirement. The race is on to fix thatLos Angeles TimesThe point was driven home Friday when markets convulsed over the U.K.'s vote to exit the European Union. Like the financial crisis and Great Recession, which drained 401(k) accounts and pummeled Americans' finances, the Brexit stock selloff left ...and more »
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Friday Papers: Early results favour Brexit - Citywire.co.uk

Friday Papers: Early results favour BrexitCitywire.co.ukThe Guardian: The value of sterling has swung wildly on currency markets as initial confidence among investors expecting a vote to remain in the EU was dented by early referendum results. Financial Times: UK financial regulators have put London's banks ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

Chappell 'saw BHS money as his own' - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Chappell 'saw BHS money as his own'The Times (subscription)Dominic Chappell, a former racing driver and keen yachtsman, “saw no distinction between the company's money and his own personal money” and “saw them as one and the same”, Darren Topp, BHS's chief executive, claimed. ... MPs heard earlier this month ...Why was Dominic Chappell so relaxed about the hole in BHS's pension fund?The GuardianDominic Chappell tried to pay for Bahamas vacation with BHS money, ex-CEO claimsInternational Business Times UKBHS owner Dominic Chappell tried to expense family holiday to the Bahamas, claims chief executiveTelegraph.co.ukBBC News -This is Money -Yahoo Finance UKall 27 news articles »
(23-06-2016)

Why was Dominic Chappell so relaxed about the hole in BHS's pension fund? - The Guardian

The GuardianWhy was Dominic Chappell so relaxed about the hole in BHS's pension fund?The Guardian... Chappell's attempts to put family flights to the Bahamas on the company's travel budget and use a £90,000 loan from the company to meet a personal tax bill. In short, Chappell couldn't see the difference between his own money and BHS's, alleges Topp.Chappell 'saw BHS money as his own'The Times (subscription)Dominic Chappell tried to pay for Bahamas vacation with BHS money, ex-CEO claimsInternational Business Times UKBHS owner Dominic Chappell tried to expense family holiday to the Bahamas, claims chief executiveTelegraph.co.ukBBC News -This is Money -Yahoo Finance UKall 27 news articles »
(23-06-2016)

Buy-to-let mortgage rates fall on Brexit fears and stamp duty hangover - This is Money

This is MoneyBuy-to-let mortgage rates fall on Brexit fears and stamp duty hangoverThis is MoneyA stamp duty hike hangover and fears that Britain will vote to abandon the European Union today have pushed lenders to slash buy-to-let rates and bump up how much they'll lend to landlords who are delaying investment. Santander, Nationwide, Aldermore ...CML criticises government mortgage switching reviewFT Adviserall 110 news articles »
(23-06-2016)

Buy-to-let mortgage rates take a tumble on Brexit fears as lenders scramble to tempt landlords stalling on investing - This is Money

This is MoneyBuy-to-let mortgage rates take a tumble on Brexit fears as lenders scramble to tempt landlords stalling on investingThis is MoneyA stamp duty hike hangover and fears that Britain will vote to abandon the European Union today have pushed lenders to slash buy-to-let rates and bump up how much they'll lend to landlords who are delaying investment. Santander, Nationwide, Aldermore ...CML criticises government mortgage switching reviewFT Adviserall 110 news articles »
(23-06-2016)

The incredibly flexible, cheap, 5-year loan that's made of plastic - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukThe incredibly flexible, cheap, 5-year loan that's made of plasticMirror.co.ukWell, from today you'll be able to take out a 5-year loan of up to £10,000, priced at just 4.9% interest, with the money being paid into your current account – but keep all the benefits of flexible payments you get with a credit card. That means if you ...
(23-06-2016)

Does HSBC's 0.99% mortgage rate show market has peaked? - The Week UK

The Week UKDoes HSBC's 0.99% mortgage rate show market has peaked?The Week UKHSBC is offering house buyers a two-year fixed rate mortgage of less than one per cent, an all-time low rate for the UK. The 0.99 per cent deal, which has an arrangement fee of £1,499, applies on property up to £500,000 and is available to those with a ...and more »
(23-06-2016)

Pensions demystified: A plain English guide to understanding the British pension system - High50

High50Pensions demystified: A plain English guide to understanding the British pension systemHigh50Go to www.gov.uk to check your SPA (between 65 and 68, depending on your gender and age, and it is planned to increase) and estimated State Pension. If you are employed, in addition to your State Pension, you may be a member of one of two types of ...Ten things you can do TODAY to set yourself up for a richer retirementFemaleFirst.co.ukall 6 news articles »
(23-06-2016)

Lucy Macdonald to run Brunner trust after manager exit - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukLucy Macdonald to run Brunner trust after manager exitCitywire.co.uk'The Brunner investment trust is currently the largest holding in my own personal pension fund and I intend to use the current wide discount to add to it.' Although Brunner can trace its roots back to the 1870s, the investment trust really got going in ...and more »
(23-06-2016)

Man who bought BHS for £1 before it collapsed denies trying to pay for family holiday in Bahamas on company money - Daily Mail

Daily MailMan who bought BHS for £1 before it collapsed denies trying to pay for family holiday in Bahamas on company moneyDaily MailBHS's former owner has denied allegations that he attempted to pay for a holiday to the Bahamas out of the struggling retailer's finances. The accusation, made by the department store chain's chief executive Darren Topp, was branded 'the most pathetic ...BHS owner Dominic Chappell tried to expense family holiday to the Bahamas, claims chief executiveTelegraph.co.ukChappell 'sought flights on BHS budget'BBC NewsOwner Tried To Use BHS Money For HolidayJuice Brightonall 52 news articles »
(23-06-2016)

Man who bought BHS for £1 before it collapsed denies trying to pay for family holiday - Daily Mail

Daily MailMan who bought BHS for £1 before it collapsed denies trying to pay for family holidayDaily MailBHS's former owner has denied allegations that he attempted to pay for a holiday to the Bahamas out of the struggling retailer's finances. The accusation, made by the department store chain's chief executive Darren Topp, was branded 'the most pathetic ...and more »
(23-06-2016)

Are you paying too much tax? - Radio Times

Radio TimesAre you paying too much tax?Radio TimesIt tells your employer or pension provider how much tax to deduct; if it is wrong you will pay the wrong amount of tax. The National Audit ... “M” means you have received some of your non-taxpaying spouse's personal allowance – and they will have a tax ...
(23-06-2016)

MBNA launches new market-leading credit card charging 4.9% for five years - This is Money

This is MoneyMBNA launches new market-leading credit card charging 4.9% for five yearsThis is MoneyMBNA has launched a new credit card that charges a fixed low rate on purchases or transfers for five years. The new card is a step in a different direct from credit card providers' popular extended interest-free deals, instead charging 4.9 per cent for ...
(23-06-2016)

Banks fighting over mortgage rates – and the winner might well be you - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBanks fighting over mortgage rates – and the winner might well be youMirror.co.ukThe rate is the lowest for this type of deal that financial information website Moneyfacts.co.uk has seen on its records, going back to 1988. It comes in the same week that HSBC launched a mortgage with a rate below 1% - the first sub-1% fixed deal ...and more »
(23-06-2016)

£3m greenbelt land scammers locked up for nearly 30 years - Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo£3m greenbelt land scammers locked up for nearly 30 yearsLiverpool EchoThe five people today sentenced to nearly 30 years in jail between them worked for Land Banking (UK) Plc and Land Strategy Limited as well as other businesses involved in land banking fraud. The land ... Pensioners, vicars and business people lost ...and more »
(23-06-2016)
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