Telegraph.co.ukThe outdated pensions that force investors to pay 75pc moreTelegraph.co.uk... research for Telegraph Money has found. Modern pensions, whether set up with an insurance company or a “Sipp” (self-invested personal pension) provider, allow investors to choose, at relatively low cost, between up to 5,000 funds in which to invest.
The GuardianEasyjet customers still waiting for refunds after flights cancelledThe GuardianI accepted, and immediately sent my credit card details. Nothing was paid. I have been ... This week Money was contacted by another passenger who had helped the airline out by agreeing to get off a flight from Turkey to the UK. It was caused by the ...
Irish TimesSir Philip Green loses only reputation over MPs' report on BHSIrish TimesFrom the perspective of British MPs, the report into the calamitous demise of British high street stalwart BHS, and the role of retail supremo Sir Philip Green in it, might have been titled: “How to Make a Corporate Killing Legally.” It's a game Green ...and more »
Bournemouth EchoMartin Lewis: Five key travel money tips (just don't get it at the airport!)Bournemouth EchoIf you don't want or can't get a credit card, the www.Travelex.co.uk Supercard does the same thing, and doesn't credit score, so anyone can get it. You link it to your existing debit or credit cards, then it charges them in pounds, at that day's ...and more »
The GuardianInterest rate cut: what will it mean for the UK economy?The GuardianFor borrowers with tracker deals that are pegged to the UK interest rate, monthly costs will fall from September. The Nationwide building society has just under 600,000 people on its “base mortgage rate”, which is charged at 2% above the Bank base rate.The unbearable lightness of interest ratesInvestors Chronicle (blog)all 27 news articles »