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This is MoneySavings inequality widens as a quarter of UK households have less than £100 set asideThis is MoneyInequality is escalating among UK households with the difference in financial fortunes between low and high income families becoming more apparent over the past year, according to research. Families are dealing with increased financial pressure from ...and more »
Savers need a balancing act to beat inflationThe GuardianAnna Bowes from rate tracking service SavingsChampion.co.uk points to the Nationwide FlexDirect current account which pays 5% interest on balances of less than £2,500 for the first 12 months, but £1,000 must be paid in every month to qualify ...
Daily MailDAILY MAIL COMMENT: Anything to declare, Lord Mandelson?Daily MailWhat's more, Commissioners swear a lifelong oath of loyalty to the EU, or risk losing their pensions. In the Lords, shouldn't Remainers with such personal financial interests be forced to declare them? But then it will be an affront to democracy if ...and more »
Telegraph.co.uk'Why we put a £300k stretch of riverbank into our pension'Telegraph.co.ukAlison and Nick Highton are using Mr Highton's pension money, built up during his career as a pilot, to buy the moorings, workshop and car park needed by Mrs Highton's business, Oliver's Sailing Holidays, in the Norfolk Broads. The couple met ... Mr ...
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Ex-boss Sir Philip Green back under fire as MPs demand an end to secrecy after BHS affair - This is Money

This is MoneyEx-boss Sir Philip Green back under fire as MPs demand an end to secrecy after BHS affairThis is MoneyThe Work and Pensions Committee of MPs – chaired by Green's fiercest critic, Frank Field MP – has called for more openness and accountability from large private companies citing Green's ownership of BHS as a 'lamentable' example of how such firms are ...and more »
(12-02-2017)

A smarter way to make your home pay? How to get cash out of your house without having to downsize - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukA smarter way to make your home pay? How to get cash out of your house without having to downsizeMirror.co.ukThen again, it is your money, so prioritise your own standard of living first. The typical rate of an equity release loan is 5.5%, that's about one percentage point higher than ordinary standard variable rate mortgages – yet far more expensive than new ...
(12-02-2017)

Lifetime mortgage that could boost your income | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyLifetime mortgage that could boost your income | This is MoneyThis is MoneyLow interest rates mean the cost of these loans for new borrowers is slowly falling, boosting their popularity.and more »
(11-02-2017)

Is equity release right for you? Lifetime mortgage that could boost your income - This is Money

This is MoneyIs equity release right for you? Lifetime mortgage that could boost your incomeThis is MoneyThe mortgages are provided by major insurance companies such as Aviva, LV= and Legal & General. Although the loans differ ... If instead they take half the money at the start and half at the end of six years, the loan would roll up to £137,459. If the ...and more »
(11-02-2017)

EastEnders legend June Brown, 89, confesses shocking real reason she can't bow out as Dot Branning - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukEastEnders legend June Brown, 89, confesses shocking real reason she can't bow out as Dot BranningMirror.co.ukI never had the money to start a pension. ... Meanwhile, despite her successful career, June has faced tragedy in her personal life and she opened up about the suicide of her husband John Garley in 1957, when he gassed himself at the flat they shared.June Brown: 'I can't afford to quit EastEnders'The Listall 27 news articles »
(11-02-2017)

The new retirement: work until you drop - New Zealand Herald

The new retirement: work until you dropNew Zealand HeraldA UK financial watchdog has forecast the pension age will have to rise to 69 by the late 2040s before increasing again to 70 by the early 2060s. Photo / 123RF .... "It's not easy to have money and time when you don't have a lot of savings beyond your ...and more »
(11-02-2017)

How this will make charities a new fortune - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKHow this will make charities a new fortuneAOL Money UKBut another is that dumping cash is bad for our personal finances. A large number of studies have shown that people spend more when they use cards than they do when they use cash (card payments don't seem like real money in the same way). See my ...
(11-02-2017)

Don't accept unfair fees for paying by credit card - The Times (subscription)

Don't accept unfair fees for paying by credit cardThe Times (subscription)People paying for holidays, tickets or shopping on their credit cards are being encouraged to challenge “illegal” processing fees that can add hundreds of pounds to an expensive booking or purchase. After a letter to Times Money's Troubleshooter column ...
(11-02-2017)

Interest-only mortgages are back - The Times (subscription)

Interest-only mortgages are backThe Times (subscription)Interest-only mortgages, usually available to wealthy homeowners, are about to become an option for everyone for the first time since the financial crisis. These loans all but disappeared from the mortgage market after the credit crunch, when they were ...
(11-02-2017)

'I want to keep working beyond retirement age' - The Times (subscription)

'I want to keep working beyond retirement age'The Times (subscription)He is now a homeowner, living in a new-build flat in Basingstoke, with an investment portfolio worth about £75,000, including a personal pension, which is invested in stocks and shares. ... I also have money invested in gold, so it's a fairly diverse ...and more »
(11-02-2017)

A new car may block the road to a mortgage - The Times (subscription)

A new car may block the road to a mortgageThe Times (subscription)Buying a car on finance could wipe tens of thousands off how much you can borrow on a mortgage, experts have warned. The number of people paying for a vehicle with a loan has ballooned in the past few years. A record 2.7 million new cars were sold in ...
(11-02-2017)

Savings crisis warning: Until the BoE hikes rates inflation will destroy savers' deposits, says UK's biggest ... - This is Money

This is MoneySavings crisis warning: Until the BoE hikes rates inflation will destroy savers' deposits, says UK's biggest ...This is MoneyA savings crisis will see rises in the cost of living outstrip rates on the best accounts, Britain's biggest building society has warned. Nationwide's finance director Mark Rennison said that many savings rates were likely to lag further and further ...and more »
(10-02-2017)

Money Doctor: How do I know if my personal pension will be enough for retirement? - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordMoney Doctor: How do I know if my personal pension will be enough for retirement?Scottish Daily RecordQUESTION: I took out a personal pension in 1979. I am 64 and last year I requested statements to see where I stood as I wished to consider my retirement options. I am having real problems getting the information I need from the company concerned and am ...
(10-02-2017)

Sub-prime cars: are car loans driving us towards the next financial crash? - The Guardian

Sub-prime cars: are car loans driving us towards the next financial crash?The GuardianBritish households borrowed a record £31.6bn in 2016 to buy cars, up 12% on the year before, said the Finance and Leasing Association on Friday. Nine out of 10 private car buyers are now using personal contract plans (known as PCPs), which have ...and more »
(10-02-2017)

Over £9.2bn cashed in by savers since the pension freedoms - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownOver £9.2bn cashed in by savers since the pension freedomsHargreaves LansdownSince April 2015, more than 549,000 people have taken advantage of the freedoms. In total, they have withdrawn over £9.2 billion from their pensions. With greater freedom comes greater responsibility to understand your options and, ultimately, to ...
(10-02-2017)
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