Telegraph.co.ukCards Against Humanity makes thousands selling absolutely nothing on Black FridayTelegraph.co.ukAvoiding scams: use a credit card for purchases over £100 but under £30,000; Reselling items: Make sure you describe the product accurately online and that it is in good condition when you buy and sell it. Faulty goods: Under the Consumer Rights Act ...and more »
The GuardianMembership deals – the gifts that really do keep on givingThe GuardianGift membership of the Royal Horticultural Society, costing £55 a year per person, gives the recipient entry to 150 gardens around the UK with one guest, priority booking and discounted tickets for RHS flower shows including Chelsea, 12 issues of the ...
The GuardianBeware the poor credit score that could be an own goal if you want a loanThe GuardianNotch up a credit score of 961 or better and you are in the “excellent” category, according to Experian, the UK's biggest credit reference agency. Score 881-960 and you “should get most credit cards, loans and mortgages, but the very best deals may ...
The GuardianDo new stamp duty taxes mean bye-bye buy to let?The GuardianFigures prepared for Guardian Money by Old Mutual Wealth show that the tax bill for landlords buying and renting in 2017 will be triple the amount today. It gave the example of a property bought for £300,000 with a £240,000 mortgage which produces rent ...and more »
Financial TimesThree days on - the Autumn Statement nuggets you missedTelegraph.co.ukWhile this wasn't included in the Autumn Statement, it did confirm plans to restrict tax relief for travel and subsistence expenses for workers engaged through an "employment intermediary", such as an umbrella company or a personal service company ...Autumn Statement 2015: What it means for youBBC NewsAutumn Statement: tax, pensions, savings and investmentsFinancial TimesSaga's Autumn Statement 2015 round-upSaga Health NewsMoney Observerall 2,608 news articles »