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Express.co.ukLoyalty to everyday services is costing you MORE - make time for money saving switchExpress.co.ukNow the Government is looking to extend seven-day switching to a host of other services, including mortgages, energy suppliers, mobile phones and broadband packages, thus boosting competition and forcing all companies to offer their customers a better ...
Daily MailNow it's the bank of granny and granddad! New 'intergenerational mortgage' will let grandparents borrow to fund ...Daily MailAnd it was also seeking to develop what he termed a 'reverse mortgage' so retirees could free up money in their homes for their own spending. ... Joe Garner, Nationwide's new chief executive, said: 'A huge proportion of the wealth of the UK is in property.
Mirror.co.ukThe EU Referendum Will Determine the UK's FutureTruth-OutWomen are often excluded from company pension schemes because they work part time and take breaks to have children. "EU law now ... It is a fact that EU funding has been critical in helping the UK film industry flourish: The Creative Europe program ...G7 leaders say Brexit would be a 'serious risk to global growth' and a threat to trade, investment and jobsThis is MoneyWould a Brexit make you richer or poorer?Interactive InvestorEurope: your questions answeredSaga Magazine Newsall 481 news articles »
Daily MailI'm not that rich and most of my work is unpaid, says Tony BlairDaily MailTony Blair has played down claims about the extent of his money-making activities - insisting 80 per cent of his work is unpaid. The former Prime Minister hit ... He was also the last resident of 10 Downing Street to claim a non-contributory gold ...and more »
Daily News & AnalysisTata Steel may hold on to its UK steelworks, proposed sale may be put off: ReportDaily News & AnalysisTata Steel may still hold on to its UK steelworks and their proposed sale may be put off after a personal intervention by Prime Minister David Cameron who is keen on averting the collapse of Britain's steel industry ahead of the EU referendum, a media ...and more »
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Loyalty to everyday services is costing you MORE - make time for money saving switch - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukLoyalty to everyday services is costing you MORE - make time for money saving switchExpress.co.ukNow the Government is looking to extend seven-day switching to a host of other services, including mortgages, energy suppliers, mobile phones and broadband packages, thus boosting competition and forcing all companies to offer their customers a better ...
(29-05-2016)

Now it's the bank of granny and granddad! New 'intergenerational mortgage' will let grandparents borrow to fund ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailNow it's the bank of granny and granddad! New 'intergenerational mortgage' will let grandparents borrow to fund ...Daily MailAnd it was also seeking to develop what he termed a 'reverse mortgage' so retirees could free up money in their homes for their own spending. ... Joe Garner, Nationwide's new chief executive, said: 'A huge proportion of the wealth of the UK is in property.
(29-05-2016)

The EU Referendum Will Determine the UK's Future - Truth-Out

Mirror.co.ukThe EU Referendum Will Determine the UK's FutureTruth-OutWomen are often excluded from company pension schemes because they work part time and take breaks to have children. "EU law now ... It is a fact that EU funding has been critical in helping the UK film industry flourish: The Creative Europe program ...G7 leaders say Brexit would be a 'serious risk to global growth' and a threat to trade, investment and jobsThis is MoneyWould a Brexit make you richer or poorer?Interactive InvestorEurope: your questions answeredSaga Magazine Newsall 481 news articles »
(29-05-2016)

I'm not that rich and most of my work is unpaid, says Tony Blair - Daily Mail

Daily MailI'm not that rich and most of my work is unpaid, says Tony BlairDaily MailTony Blair has played down claims about the extent of his money-making activities - insisting 80 per cent of his work is unpaid. The former Prime Minister hit ... He was also the last resident of 10 Downing Street to claim a non-contributory gold ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

Tata Steel may hold on to its UK steelworks, proposed sale may be put off: Report - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisTata Steel may hold on to its UK steelworks, proposed sale may be put off: ReportDaily News & AnalysisTata Steel may still hold on to its UK steelworks and their proposed sale may be put off after a personal intervention by Prime Minister David Cameron who is keen on averting the collapse of Britain's steel industry ahead of the EU referendum, a media ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

Bank of America Corp: MBNA Surrounded by Buyers - Business Finance News

Business Finance NewsBank of America Corp: MBNA Surrounded by BuyersBusiness Finance News(NYSE:BAC) has put MBNA, the UK's biggest credit card company, for sale yet again, according to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). Interestingly, Credit card business is ... The company has already 15% of the market share in the UK for credit card business ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

Wondering what your time is worth? £17 an hour – so don't waste it listening to hold music - The Independent

The IndependentWondering what your time is worth? £17 an hour – so don't waste it listening to hold musicThe IndependentI experienced my own moment of torture recently when I was trying to get through to speak to someone at my pension administrator when I discovered I'd suddenly been locked out of online access to my funds. I'd ring up (during work hours, ... but don't ...
(29-05-2016)

Nigeria's Buhari Rules Out Devaluing Currency, Plans Delta Talks - Bloomberg

BloombergNigeria's Buhari Rules Out Devaluing Currency, Plans Delta TalksBloomberg... through April from a year earlier. Most of the transactions weren't from holiday makers, but Britons sending sums abroad to pay off mortgages or purchase properties, according to the money-transfer company. ... A survey published Wednesday by U.K ...Would a Brexit make you richer or poorer?Interactive Investorall 489 news articles »
(29-05-2016)

Chris Eubank: 'If I'd lost my world title fight to Benn, I'd have lost our house' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukChris Eubank: 'If I'd lost my world title fight to Benn, I'd have lost our house'Telegraph.co.ukWe managed to get a mortgage in early 1990 because I'd just secured the first World Championship fight against Nigel Benn. It bought ... I spent £1.8m of my own money building 69 flats in Buckingham Place, Brighton, to help the homeless get off the ...
(29-05-2016)

Home owners warned over 'mortgage-linked insurance trap' - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKHome owners warned over 'mortgage-linked insurance trap'AOL Money UKOne in seven home owners took out their home insurance with their mortgage lender rather than going elsewhere, a survey has found. Some 14% of home owners decided to opt for that route, according to the research from Gocompare.com Home Insurance.Homebuyers may be paying too much for insurance, says researchThe Guardianall 2 news articles »
(29-05-2016)

Most Read on Bloomberg: Resurgent Stocks, Hobbled Hedge Funds - Bloomberg

Most Read on Bloomberg: Resurgent Stocks, Hobbled Hedge FundsBloomberg(Bloomberg) -- Tudor Investment Corp., one of the oldest and most expensive hedge funds, is trimming fees as the finance industry's highest-paid money managers face a growing backlash over their lackluster performance. 8. U.S. Stocks ... (Bloomberg ...and more »
(29-05-2016)

Baffled: Andy Haldane at the Bank of England said he couldn't make sense of his retirement savings - This is Money

This is MoneyBaffled: Andy Haldane at the Bank of England said he couldn't make sense of his retirement savingsThis is MoneyIntelligent workers who are good with money and have long saved into a pension do not necessarily have a high 'retirement IQ' – despite an aptitude for handling money well. That is the verdict from experts who here try to ... But personal, stakeholder ...
(28-05-2016)

Revealed: Mystery road worker who backflipped down road after scooping £1MILLION off £5 scratchcard - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukRevealed: Mystery road worker who backflipped down road after scooping £1MILLION off £5 scratchcardMirror.co.ukI was scratching the numbers off and knew I had at least won my money back or got a tenner. ... “I think it's the way we have won the money as well. No one would ... “Our kids will have their inheritance sorted and we won't need to have a 30-year mortgage.and more »
(28-05-2016)

Barclays set to offer perks to customers to ramp up profits at its credit card business - This is Money

This is MoneyBarclays set to offer perks to customers to ramp up profits at its credit card businessThis is MoneyBarclaycard is set to offer perks to customers to ramp up profits at the credit card business. The changes will affect its Freedom Rewards card, which gives customers points to use at about 70 retail chains. They are understood to be considering three ...and more »
(28-05-2016)

Mapped: How negative rates are affecting savings returns across Europe - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMapped: How negative rates are affecting savings returns across EuropeTelegraph.co.ukIn Britain, for example, the Bank of England's Funding for Lending scheme hit rates by giving lenders an alternative source of finance to savers' deposits. But there are wider root causes at play that are shared by all. Record low or even ... This is ...
(28-05-2016)
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