Business Insider UKI saved 50% of my income for a month — here's my best tip for saving moneyBusiness Insider UKWriting out lists and then going back over them might seem like an extraneous task when you just need to pick up some toothpaste at CVS. But when you're forced to see exactly where your money's going, it turns every credit card swipe into a conscious ...and more »
Financial TimesSelf-employed earnings, Brexit dividend windfall, mortgage compensationFinancial TimesIn spite of concerns over how business friendly the divorce settlement with the EU will be, this year's UK dividend windfall is on course to surge above £5bn, according to the Capita UK Dividend Monitor. Since the Brexit vote, the falling pound has ...
Money MarketingProfile: 'Mr Sipp' John Moret talks regulation and rebirthMoney MarketingBut it was Nigel Lawson's 1989 Budget speech that paved the way for Sipps, enabling people to invest their personal pensions in unit trusts, equities and commercial property. Moret found this investment freedom instantly appealing. “These are natural ...
This is MoneyDoes your mortgage lender owe you money?moneyfacts.co.ukEarlier this week, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – the financial regulator/watchdog of the UK – revealed that hundreds of thousands of mortgage holders could have been overcharged by their lender, and are ordering firms to start paying people back.UK mortgages lenders face compensation bill for mishandlingLondon South East (registration) (blog)More than 750000 mortgage borrowers in line for compensation after lenders overcharge them for late paymentsThis is MoneyThousands of mortgage arrears customers to get redressBBC NewsEagle Radioall 82 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukMortgage rates will rise, but it won't be the catastrophe some predictTelegraph.co.ukAlong with the fall in the pound and the fall in the value of British government bonds, or gilts, has come the to-be-expected rise in the underlying interest rates that drive the cost of mortgage borrowing. Called “swap rates”, these register the price ...and more »