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The SunPound to euro exchange rate – Sterling in muted climb as UK GDP grows by 0.3% in Q2The SunDon't pay for travel money with a credit card – it's likely you'll be charged a cash withdrawal fee which adds to the cost. Top up a prepaid card to lock in your rate now – Choose your card and read the T&Cs carefully as some apply hefty fees. WeSwap ...Pound to euro exchange rate – Sterling shows slight improvement after last week's lowsThe Scottish Sunall 18 news articles »
Review Calls for Pensions for Self-Employed BritonsChief Investment OfficerAn independent, government-commissioned review of modern working practices by Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the UK's Royal Society of Arts, has called on the British government to explore ways to improve pension provisions for the self-employed ...
This is MoneyI am applying for my first credit card to help me build up my credit score. What are the best options?This is MoneyEmma Gunn of This is Money replies: You would have thought that credit card companies would be champing at the bit to sign up new borrowers, particularly those who have been disciplined enough with their finances that they've had no cause to borrow ...and more »
This is MoneyHousing market under pressure as mortgage approvals fall for sixth consecutive monthThis is MoneyThe data - previously published by the British Bankers Association, which has now been absorbed into UK Finance - does not include mortgage approvals by building societies, which account for a big chunk of mortgage lending. Eric Leenders at UK Finance, ...Lowest number of new home mortgages approved for nine monthsAOL UKall 10 news articles »
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Pound to euro exchange rate – Sterling in muted climb as UK GDP grows by 0.3% in Q2 - The Sun

The SunPound to euro exchange rate – Sterling in muted climb as UK GDP grows by 0.3% in Q2The SunDon't pay for travel money with a credit card – it's likely you'll be charged a cash withdrawal fee which adds to the cost. Top up a prepaid card to lock in your rate now – Choose your card and read the T&Cs carefully as some apply hefty fees. WeSwap ...Pound to euro exchange rate – Sterling shows slight improvement after last week's lowsThe Scottish Sunall 18 news articles »
(26-07-2017)

Review Calls for Pensions for Self-Employed Britons - Chief Investment Officer

Review Calls for Pensions for Self-Employed BritonsChief Investment OfficerAn independent, government-commissioned review of modern working practices by Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the UK's Royal Society of Arts, has called on the British government to explore ways to improve pension provisions for the self-employed ...
(26-07-2017)

I am applying for my first credit card to help me build up my credit score. What are the best options? - This is Money

This is MoneyI am applying for my first credit card to help me build up my credit score. What are the best options?This is MoneyEmma Gunn of This is Money replies: You would have thought that credit card companies would be champing at the bit to sign up new borrowers, particularly those who have been disciplined enough with their finances that they've had no cause to borrow ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Housing market under pressure as mortgage approvals fall for sixth consecutive month - This is Money

This is MoneyHousing market under pressure as mortgage approvals fall for sixth consecutive monthThis is MoneyThe data - previously published by the British Bankers Association, which has now been absorbed into UK Finance - does not include mortgage approvals by building societies, which account for a big chunk of mortgage lending. Eric Leenders at UK Finance, ...Lowest number of new home mortgages approved for nine monthsAOL UKall 10 news articles »
(26-07-2017)

Paul Lewis: Can we afford the state pension? - Money Marketing

Money MarketingPaul Lewis: Can we afford the state pension?Money MarketingThings look a bit better for the UK in another OECD table which counts all pensions, including occupational and personal ones too. Then we come ... Paul Lewis is a freelance journalist and presenter of BBC Radio 4's 'Money Box' programme. You can ...
(26-07-2017)

How crooks sweet talk you out of your life savings - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHow crooks sweet talk you out of your life savingsMirror.co.ukA recommendation to take a large amount of money, or your whole pension pot, in a lump sum and invest it. There are significant tax implications if you take lots of your savings in one go, so check the tax position before you make any decisions (there ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Most popular reasons for sending money abroad - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMost popular reasons for sending money abroadTelegraph.co.ukBear in mind that if your mortgage is in a different currency to your income, there's a risk that your mortgage payments will fluctuate due to exchange rate movements, so it's worth seeking expert advice on how best to manage this. Most foreign ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Virgin Money warns of housing 'areas of weakness' - Mortgage Solutions (registration) (blog)

Virgin Money warns of housing 'areas of weakness'Mortgage Solutions (registration) (blog)Related Posts. Prepare for belt-tightening as market plateaus – UK Finance · Aldermore improves broker website · Virgin Money ditches interest in Co-op Bank takeover · Metro Bank mortgage lending up 57% year-on-year.
(26-07-2017)

One in four people want to borrow half their annual income - The Independent

The IndependentOne in four people want to borrow half their annual incomeThe IndependentThe news comes as the Bank of England's financial stability director, Alex Brazier, warned that the huge rise in personal loans could now destabilise the UK economy. High levels of mortgage debt can make downturns deeper by causing consumers to ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Pension withdrawals hit post-freedom high - Financial Reporter

Financial ReporterPension withdrawals hit post-freedom highFinancial ReporterStephen Lowe, group communications director at Just, commented: “In its recent Retirement Outcomes Review interim report, the FCA said taking pension money early has become the 'new norm' with nearly three-quarters of pots accessed by people under 65 ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Britons sit on 'ticking time bomb' as interest rates HIKE risks financial security - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBritons sit on 'ticking time bomb' as interest rates HIKE risks financial securityExpress.co.ukBritish households owe more than half a trillion pounds on variable rate mortgages and consumer debt, with interest repayments totalling £39.2bn a year. ... David Clarke at Positive Money says the Bank has limited tools to restrain borrowing. “Its only ...
(26-07-2017)

HMRC in 'aggressive' inheritance tax grab after 23 per cent increase this year - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukHMRC in 'aggressive' inheritance tax grab after 23 per cent increase this yearExpress.co.ukPeople who die before age 75 can now pass on untouched pension funds free of tax, although after age 75 beneficiaries may pay income tax on the money. A little known option lets you make regular gifts from income free of IHT, provided you still have ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

Mortgage costs leap for first-time buyers at the same time as borrowers with larger deposits enjoy record low rates - This is Money

This is MoneyMortgage costs leap for first-time buyers at the same time as borrowers with larger deposits enjoy record low ratesThis is MoneyUK Finance says lenders are worried about house prices growing at less than two-thirds the pace they were a year ago. If prices fell, those with smaller deposits may be trapped in negative equity, unable to move. Andrew Montlake, of mortgage broker ...and more »
(26-07-2017)

UPDATE 1-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on July 26 - Reuters

NasdaqUPDATE 1-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on July 26ReutersPARAGON: British buy-to-let mortgage lender Paragon Group of Companies Plc reported a further 575.7 million pounds ($749.91 million) of new lending in the third quarter, taking the nine-month total of lending and investment to 1.4 billion pounds ...UK Stocks-Factors to watch on July 26Nasdaqall 3 news articles »
(26-07-2017)

QROPS Are Not Dead – Just Evolving - iExpats.com

iExpats.comQROPS Are Not Dead – Just EvolvingiExpats.comThe rule of thumb is QROPS are open to British expats who have made a home overseas or international workers who lived in the UK for a while and saved into a pension while they were there. ... Pension freedoms started in April 2015 and let any ...
(26-07-2017)
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